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From the technology to the après action, skiing has changed. Here, a trip back through time on the slopes, and 5 places where you can soak up the old-school vibe.

How Skiing Has Changed Over the Years

August 31, 2018

Ask Aspen local Tony Vagneur what he remembers most about skiing in the old days, and he answers immediately: “the cold.”

Circa 1949, when Gore-Tex was a long way off, layering wool was the only way to attempt to ward off the frigid temperatures. Factor in an hour-long lift line and a 30-minute ride up what was then the world’s longest chairlift—with single seats—and idle time adds up to freezing digits. 

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Bucket List Ideas: Everest Base Camp

Bucket List Ideas: Everest Base Camp

July 09, 2018

Mount Everest is the tallest, most revered mountain on the planet.  Ever since laying eyes on this towering peak high in the Himalayas, man has tried to climb it.  Everest has both a mythical and tragic history.  Around 4000 people have climbed it and nearly 200 lost their lives in the process. The risks and rewards are high on Everest and so is the price tag.  The cost of a summit attempt ranges from $40,000-$120,000 per climber. For those of us who can’t afford to throw down a cool $100k on a climb, making the trek to Base Camp is the next best thing. 

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Bucket List Ideas: Riviera Maya, Mexico

Bucket List Ideas: Riviera Maya, Mexico

June 04, 2018

We started Wildhorn Outfitters in the spring of 2015. Since then we’ve become one of top 20 fastest growing outdoor brands on Amazon.com. Some of the inspiration in the brand stems from our love of the Riviera Maya.

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Bucket List Ideas: Backpacking the Napali Coast/Kalalau Trail

Bucket List Ideas: Backpacking the Napali Coast/Kalalau Trail

June 04, 2018

When you think of adventure planning, a quick Hawaii getaway is at the top of our list.  It’s simple/easy (not having to deal w/customs or international travel), and it’s filled with endless opportunities of beach days and waterfall/forested day trips.  The crown jewel of Hawaii adventures is on the island of Kauai (the garden isle), and getting a permit to go see the Napali Coast. Whether you’re familiar or not, this place is a must see and some planning and prep for the strenuous route can make or break your trip.

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Wandering Wildhorn Women

Wandering Wildhorn Women

September 21, 2017

We are happy to have some rad, epic women in our Wildhorn community. They inspire us and hopefully we can pass that adventurous spirit on to you! 
Here, some of our Wildhorn Tribe members share their stories of mountain conquers and lessons from the peaks.

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My First Time Hiking with a Hammock

My First Time Hiking with a Hammock

July 21, 2017

Whether you are a rookie, like myself, or a veteran day hiker—going with a hammock is just significantly better. And I’ll tell you why!

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Settled Somewhere Near Zion's National Park

Settled Somewhere Near Zion's National Park

May 18, 2017

With nothing planned but hammocking in the desert, catching up on some reading and meeting with a few friends we were off. We pulled up to the camping spot just before the sun was about to set.....

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The Largest, Most Rugged National Park You've Never Heard Of and Why You Should Go: Wrangell-St. Elias, Alaska

The Largest, Most Rugged National Park You've Never Heard Of and Why You Should Go: Wrangell-St. Elias, Alaska

September 24, 2015

Most people think of Denali when considering a trip to Alaska. I was all geared up to go see the tallest mountain on the continent until I started researching the area and learned more about Wrangell-St. Elias National Park.

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9 Things You Need to Know About Hiking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu

9 Things You Need to Know About Hiking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu

August 31, 2015

When you crave adventure like most people crave chocolate, you keep your eyes open for opportunities to feed those cravings.

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Conquering the West Coast Trail

Conquering the West Coast Trail

July 22, 2015

A guide to hiking the West Coast Trail- One of the most memorable trekking experiences in North America.

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