We all have that friend or relative who is always anxious to get back out into nature. They may have a job in the city, but on the weekends they bolt to the valleys, mountains, or rivers. We've gathered a few of the things we can't live without for our weekend adventures so hopefully you'll find a thing or two for your weekend warrior.
This gift guide is for that friend or family member on your list who hosts the best BBQ's in the summer, extravagant parties on New Year's Eve, Saturday night potlucks and always opens their doors for impromptu guests. As a thank you for their generosity, why not give them a gift that they'll love to use while they host.
Much like writer's block, "gifting block" can be a very real thing. And as the days roll down to the holidays, it can only get harder and harder to think of the perfect gift for that special someone, your colleague, hostess, neighbor, cousin, best friend. So we're sharing some of our favorite gift ideas this year in the hopes that it might help trigger a light bulb for that tricky person on your list. First up, what to get for the constant traveler. Happy gifting!
Fall is arguably the best time of year to check out the Vermont brewery scene. The drive down foliage-lined roads is just as enjoyable as the delicious IPAs you'll down once you arrive at the brewery. We've put together a list of the top five local spots we think you can't miss.
Our friends at BoldBrew launched a new initiative this year called the Wild Women's Project. The goal of the project was to create an innovative leadership and empowerment camp for women in the outdoors industry, including editors, athletes, photographers, and influencers. The weekend included hikes, yoga, workshops, and campfires. But in the end, BoldBrew just wanted to create a memorable experience for these incredible women and see what would happen, what would be shared, and what would come out of it.