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Tunnel Tree | ActionHub

The Great Tunnel Tree is No More

Mesmerizing visitors for almost 140 years, the Pioneer Cabin Tree is no more. The Sequoia, thought to be over 1,000 years old, was finally toppled following heavy storms in California. The tree has been a tourist attraction since the 1880s both due to its size…

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Outdoor Podcasts : The Dirtbag Diaries | ActionHub

7 Outdoor Podcasts You Need to Listen to in 2017

Even the most dedicated outdoor nut is usually surprised to find out that there are plenty of quality outdoor podcasts out there. The problem is finding them, with many worthy productions being buried below podcasts built for the masses. Don’t worry – ActionHub has you…

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Camping Solo | ActionHub

Camping Solo: A Beginner’s Guide

Solo camping isn’t for everyone, but if you’re a keen camper, it’s definitely something you should try at least once. Camping alone can provide you with some well-needed peace and quiet away from work, and the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Don’t worry about…

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How to Prevent Blisters When Hiking

As tough and rugged as outdoor adventurer thinks they are, nothing is more crippling than getting a blister and having to hike for hours. Blisters happen to the best of us, and for a few reasons. Hiking creates the perfect ground for blisters to form…

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Travel Guide: Crater Lake National Park

Being the deepest lake in the US, Crater Lake National Park has a lot to offer and it’s one well worthy of a visit. The lake itself is an impressive 1,943 feet deep and its blue waters will provide the ideal backdrop for a day…

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Surfing Terms | ActionHub

Surf Speak: A Glossary of Surfing Terms

Surf speak has been around since as far back as 1920, but it was only in the 1950s when it really began to take off. Since then, more and more words have been added to the language of surfing, and it gets used commonly around…

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Burton Steps into the 3D Printing Market

3D printing is relatively new to manufacturing, but there’s no doubt that it’s well on its way to becoming a mainstay component in many industries. The RAF uses 3D printing to build fighter jet parts, shoe companies are using the technology for cleats, and Not…

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Crack Climbing | ActionHub

Your How-To Guide to Crack Climbing

Crack climbing isn’t something you’re going to excel at straight away; it takes a lot of practice and requires a lot of technique. If you’re a bit of an adrenaline junky, and crack climbing is next on your hit list, you won’t just be able…

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5 Things to Know When Hiking in Bear Territory

As with most animals, bears will generally attempt to avoid you, where possible. However, by taking a hike in bear country, you are increasing the likelihood of a meeting, greatly. In years gone by, bears will have all been terrified of humans. However, the more…

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Best National Parks To Visit As Temperatures Drop

If you are willing to brave the cold this winter, there are a plenty of ways that you can entertain your family outdoors, including beautiful national parks throughout the country. You will see some of your favourite national parks from an entirely new perspective in…

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