Julia Clarke is a staff writer for Advnture.com and the author of the book Restorative Yoga for Beginners. She loves to explore mountains on foot, bike, skis and belay and then recover on the the yoga mat. Julia graduated with a degree in journalism in 2004 and spent eight years working as a radio presenter in Kansas City, Vermont, Boston and New York City before discovering the joys of the Rocky Mountains. She then detoured west to Colorado and enjoyed 11 years teaching yoga in Vail before returning to her hometown of Glasgow, Scotland in 2020 to focus on family and writing.
Citing safety concerns, the Bureau of Land Management will ban and remove the devices, which have long been used for wildlife control purposes
The musical is based on the widely publicized trial and set for a 10-night run in London
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Part fleece, part softshell, you can expect super light, breathable insulation from this versatile jacket
Our review of a waterproof jacket that checks all the boxes, from the robust protection of its 2.5 layer fabric to its lightweight packability
What is the point of two-way zippers, and should you be looking for one on your next hiking jacket?
This hardy shell is great for cold and wet weather expeditions, and sports a PFC-free membrane and finish for a lower impact on the planet
Mountain rescue cited altitude, unexpected snow and inexperience as the driving factors behind the incident
Is UPF-rated clothing a clever marketing ploy to get you to part with your dollars, or does it really offer you more protection from the sun?
A look at what causes cloud inversions, why they’re so special, and how to catch one on your next hike
In comfort and performance alone, the Highest Peak offers the pinnacle of wet weather protection for outdoor enthusiasts
A look at one of Columbia’s newer innovations in insulation, and why you might want to check it out
This jacket costs a pretty penny, but it’s high-performing, low-impact and is filled with frills and thrills making it suitable for a lifetime of adventure
We explain the differences and benefits of an external frame backpack vs internal to see if there’s a solid argument for bringing back the traditional pack
Do bear horns work? We investigate whether you can blast a bear away from the honey pot for long enough to keep safely traveling along your chosen trail
We tackle the debate over trekking poles vs hiking staff to discover which one comes out on top for hikers
Fall brings fabulous hiking conditions, but it can present some challenges that you’ll want to prepare for
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