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The Stoke Is On: A-Basin Opens, Others Following Fast

Published on 10/17/2014

Image via Arapahoe Basin Camara Photography

Time to call on a long-lost friend in the Denver area to catch a ride to nearby Arapahoe Basin.  Once landed, making turns and tracking down the latest Colorado microbrews is your mission.  If work still beckons, take a look at opening dates coming soon to a mountain near you.

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Commuting Bike Helmets: Strap In And Smile

Published on 10/17/2014

While most weren’t connected to cycling, the 2.5MM traumatic brain injuries (TBI) logged in 2010 are enough to get your attention.  Riding safer and spinning with style go head-in-helmet with these Active Junky favorites for two-wheeled travel.

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Live It And Give It: Presents For Pets

Published on 10/16/2014

Toys | Jackets | Bowls 


Gifts that fall in the “pet” category are as much for the owner as they are for the pooch. Smiles and wagging tails abound as gift receivers and golden retrievers enjoy a shared experience. Toys and treats, leashes and harnesses; it’s time to take man’s best friend along for the ride.

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Backcountry Safety: Airbags Within Reach

Published on 10/16/2014

There’s snow on the ground, folks. Not enough to get the chairs cranking but enough to dream. Time to check the forecast, tune up your gear – and avoid jumping into marginal early-season conditions. Combat rash decision-making in the backcountry with educated companions and smart avalanche tech.

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The Unexpected At Every Turn: Cross-Country Skiing and Snowshoeing in Bozeman

Published on 10/15/2014

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Backcountry adventure can capture the magic of a single day or the ups and downs of an extended trek.  When it comes to winter in the mountains, a reliable basecamp turns frosty outings into unencumbered experiences as showers, hearty food and warm beds await.

Bozeman, perhaps unknowingly, has grown to be such a place.  Ready to launch snowshoers and cross-country skiers into dense forests, expansive high country and river valleys, the town is one destination that doesn’t pack it up for the winter.

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Live It And Give It: Tech & Tools

Published on 10/15/2014

Weather | Headphones | Power

Ours are fingertips that never stray far from tech. While minimalism certainly has a place in the life of an Active Junky, on backcountry expeditions we still rely on headlamps, urban excursions still require just-right apps and additions. These Tech & Tools holiday gift picks make every day a bit more electric.

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Leaves, Leather And Laces: Casual Fall Footwear

Published on 10/14/2014

To paraphrase the great Dr. Seuss, you’ll only go as far as your feet will take you. As the sun’s heavenly tenure dwindles, cooler days call for leather outers with city-worthy style. For footsteps as brisk as the season, don casual, comfortable and commutable leather footwear like these four Active Junky-tested models.

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Winter, The Wisconsin Way: Snowshoe Through Nature

Published on 10/13/2014

Snowshoeing through tunnels of crystalline branches and over snow-encrusted meadows, winter trails astonish in Wisconsin. Test the frozen waters at sprawling State Parks Kettle Moraine or Chequamegon, or go for a quick jaunt at one of many local trailheads. Here, Bald Eagles welcome you to their silvery domain with watchful eyes. Share winding forest tracks with deer and chipmunks. Delight in the connection between you and the trail; all starting at your toes.

 

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Winter, The Wisconsin Way: Ice Fishing

Published on 10/11/2014

Get geared up and ready to tackle a Wisconsin tradition: ice fishing. Sip a cold beer or hot coffee, sit back and shoot the breeze while you wait for a tug on the line. ATV’s, tents, drills and more are all in the arsenal for this icy assault on Northern Pike.

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Snowpocalypse: What’s In Your Trunk If The Sky Falls?

Published on 10/10/2014

Winter storms bring havoc to highways. Windshields fracture, freeways become 4-lane ski runs and tires fossilize into disks of frozen snow. Though skiers and snowboarders are energized by thoughts of school-stopping, road-blocking storms, planning for Snowpocalypse is requisite for the non-Sasquatches among us. A basement bunker won’t help, nor will a zombie-ready 12-gauge. Prepare for The (White) Road this winter with shrewd pragmatism; stock your trunk with an Active Junky-approved snow warrior kit.

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