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Outside Magazine

Live the Active Life

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    On a chilly February day, @geoff_coombs traveled four hours north of his home in Toronto to a narrow spit of land between Lake Huron and Georgian Bay called the Bruce Peninsula.
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    The custom BMW market is saturated, so Jeremy Hutch (@hutchbilt) worked hard to make this re-tooled BMW R 80 stand out.
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    What the start of a good day looks like.
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    The Lost Arts — Sure, you know how to use Google Maps to get your overstuffed Subaru to a car-camping site.
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    Electric cars are the future for commuters, but can they go the extra mile on a road trip? @semi_rad takes a spin in our August issue.
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    How Big Data Saved the Mountain Town — How does a town go from logging and livestock to bits and bytes? Tiny Prineville, Oregon, is finding out as huge data centers from Apple and Facebook transform the timber town into a recreational hub of ...
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    There are two ways to huck Lower Mesa Falls, on Idaho’s Henrys Fork river: Take one 70-foot free fall (paddler’s right) or run the first 40-foot drop and then recover in time for the second, as kayaker Jesse Coombs did before this shot was ...
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    Mountain bikes + Torres del Paine | Photo: @danmilnerphoto || Full gallery @ OutsideOnline.com ...
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    The Toughest 5K on the Planet — Every July Fourth, hundreds of racers descend on Seward, Alaska, for one of the most difficult short-distance races on the planet—3,000 feet up, and then straight back down Mount Marathon.
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    How to Use a Real Camer — You did it.
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    "Like ballerinas with razor blades." That’s how @michaelmuller7 describes great white sharks, like this 14-footer, which he dived with off Guadalupe Island, 180 miles west of Baja California.
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    @danmilnerphoto: Twenty-odd years ago I spent a year cycling around Chile, including a couple of weeks on the dirt roads of Torres del Paine National Park.
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    Did Airbnb Kill the Mountain Town? Living the dream has never been easy in the West's most beloved adventure hamlets, where homes are a fortune and good jobs are few.
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    Sea of Cortez, Mexico.
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    This spring, Kat Cannell, MJ Wright, and Katelyn Spradley set out on horseback to follow a salmon’s upstream battle from the mouth of the Columbia River to central Idaho’s Redfish Lake.
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