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Week Two Dispatches from Andrew McLean

By GreatOutdoors.com Staff

Week One Dispatches from Andrew McLean

By GreatOutdoors.com Staff

Andrew McLean's Dispatches from Alaska

By GreatOutdoors.com Staff

Deer Valley, The Gold Standard in Skiing

By Andrew McLean

There's a lot to learn about how to get the most out of skiing in Park City, Utah. Come along as GreatOutdoors.com ski correspondent Andrew McLean explores his own back yard (yes, he lives there) and in this comprehensive three part story gives us the lowdown on the different sides to this unique ski town. In this, Part II of Andrew McLean's Look at his own backyard: Deer Valley

Skiing Utah's Park City

By Andrew McLean

There's a lot to learn about how to get the most out of skiing in Park City, Utah. Come along as GreatOutdoors.com ski correspondent Andrew McLean explores his own back yard (yes, he lives there) and in this comprehensive three part story gives us the lowdown on the different sides to this unique ski town.

Sawtooth Traverse

A trek across the mountains of Idaho's Sawtooth Wilderness reveals a rugged landscape of uncommon beauty and glorious solitude, a unique place that creates a backcountry journey like no other.

Across Montana's Beartooths

A hike through Montana's Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness to the northern edge of Yellowstone National Park is one of America's iconic wilderness journeys

Bend's Pole Pedal Paddle Prepares for Yet Another Appearance

By Serena Bishop

Pole, Peddle, Paddle, the iconic adventure race held at Bend, in Central Oregon, prepares for it's 2009 running.

From Chaco Canyon to Sky City

Come along on a hiking expedition through the magical landscapes of New Mexico, from the sprawling complex of great houses and kivas in Chaco Canyon, to the mysteries of the Acoma people’s mesa-top pueblo and their ancient trade routes across the lava flows

 

Kick and Glide in the Canadian Rockies

Join us for a cross-country ski expedition to sample the premier terrain and best lodges of Alberta’s Candaian Rockies, from the Lake Louise area and Bow Lake to the mountains of Canmore’s Kananaskis Country

 

Heli-Skiing in the North Cascades

By Aaron Talbot

Deep powder, blue skies and 3,500 foot runs await skiers on the edges of North Cascades National Park, where a  heli-ski operation will save your legs for the ski down.

Mad Dogs and an Englishwoman

By Polly Evans

Travel writer Polly Evans’s latest book, Mad Dogs and an Englishwoman, tells of her journey to Canada’s Yukon Territory to learn to drive sled dogs. 
 

Into the Yukon’s Kluane National Park

By Polly Evans

The spectacular 90-mile Donjek Route is one of the most challenging in the Yukon Territory, traversing a backcountry where three adjoining parks—Kluane, Tatshenshini-Alsek and Wrangell- St. Elias create 38,000 square miles of pure wilderness

 

Four Seasons Resort at Whistler

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Peak 2 Peak Gondola Opens at Whistler

By GreatOutdoors.com Staff

Jubilant crowds celebrated the opening of the Peak 2 Peak Gondola, the highest and longest in the world, creating a new thrill ride that makes for an easy trip from Blackcomb Mountain to Whistler Mountain and back again in just 11 minutes

 

Hiking Newfoundland’s Long Range Traverse

 The 35 kilometer Long Range Traverse through Newfoundland’s Gros Morne National Park pays off with genuine wilderness on a grand scale, but this trail-less backcountry route will challenge your navigational skills. Then you can go kayaking among icebergs  and whales when you’ve completed the hike.

 

Running the AT for ALS

By GreatOutdoors.com Staff

 GreatOutdoors.com sponsors ultra runner Ben Davis as he attempts to complete the Appalachian Trail in 62 days to draw attention to the devastating disease ALS. With his support crew following in a vehicle, Davis left Mount Katahdin, Maine on September 22, and hopes to reach Springer Mountain, Georgia on November 21.

 

 

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