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Suzanne Downing

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Visiting Glacier National Park in Montana: 5 Things to Do

Glacier National Park in Montana continues to amaze park visitors. It’s known as the Crown Jewel of the Continent and is a million-acre park. You’ve probably seen photos of pristine lakes, mountain views and wildlife on social media sites — like Lake McDonald at sunset,…

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10 wildlife photography tips for beginners

Here’s how to take better photos while you’re out adventuring Photographing wildlife can be fun and exciting. Wildlife is elusive, intriguing and often unique to the geographic area where you’re adventuring. Wildlife photography is also a rising hobby for thousands of photographers across the globe,…

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8 Space-Saving Camping Accessories for 2021

When you’re packing for a camping trip, bulky camping gear can take up a lot of space in your vehicle — leaving you feeling overpacked or often sacrificing comfort. The good news is that camping gear has come a long way over the past decade.…

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How to Choose the Best Crampons for Your Outdoor Activities

If you’ve ever slipped while hiking on icy trails in the winter, you’ll appreciate the function of crampons– known more commonly as ice cleats, traction devices or microspikes. Hiking can be more challenging in the winter when trails accumulate frozen snow, especially if you’re hiking…

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5 Easy and Delicious Dutch Oven Recipes

If you’ve ever had a hearty hot meal made in a Dutch oven over live coals or embers from a campfire, you probably remember it — and chances are you enjoyed it. A Dutch oven is a big metal pot (usually cast iron) used for…

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Coffee at Camp: French Press Coffee Maker Setup

If you’re a coffee lover like me, you know that a good cup of coffee can help you set your day up for success — especially in the backcountry. And just because you’re camping, or “roughing it,” it doesn’t mean you need to sacrifice a…

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