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Ho Chi Minh Trail in La Jolla, California | ActionHub

Ho Chi Minh Trail in La Jolla, California

Every once in a while, you’re lucky enough to find a trail that is short, yet full of fun scrambling and memorable views. Mostly trafficked by locals, Ho Chi Minh Trail is a surfer trail tucked away and tricky to find if you don’t know what you’re looking for. Just off La Jolla…

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5 Survival books you need on your bookshelf | ActionHub

5 Survival books you need on your bookshelf

A few things that are essential to any outdoor enthusiast facing a survival situation are a knowledge of basic emergency skills, calm demeanor, and a clear focus. Before you head out to the wilderness, you’ll need to prepare a basic survival kit that includes the…

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Zephyr GTXⓇ Mid Review | ActionHub

Review: Zephyr GTXⓇ Mid Review

Every pair of Lowa boots I have owned, I have loved and hiked to death. The Zephyr GTXⓇ Mids are no exception. Easy to break in, the Zephyr’s are comfortable, supportive, and lightweight–clocking in at 2.13 pounds. I wore them around only a few times…

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How to not freeze on your mountain bike this winter | ActionHub

How to not freeze on your mountain bike this winter

Mountain biking during wintertime can seem like a daunting idea, even if you’re an experienced rider. While cruising around during the warm summer days is hard to beat, you can still get a lot of enjoyment from mountain biking during the colder months. Plus, you’ll…

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Camper vans for the avid outdoor enthusiast | ActionHub

Camper vans for the avid outdoor enthusiast

Sometimes you want the feeling of “real” outdoor camping, setting up your tent and sleeping on the ground, curled up in your sleeping bag. Other times, you would like something a bit more upscale, and perhaps even sleep on an actual bed, while still enjoying…

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Sasha DiGiulian Becomes Second Ever to Free Climb Mora Mora | ActionHub

Sasha DiGiulian Becomes Second-Ever to Free Climb Mora Mora

Mora Mora is a notoriously difficult climb. Tucked away in the remote Tsaranoro Valley, Mora Mora is a 12-pitch 5.14b (8c) climb that clocks in at 700 meters (2,300 feet). It is one of the most challenging routes in the world. First climbed by Francisco Blanco and Toti Vales in 1999, it has seen just one free climb since, by Czech…

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