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  • Tommy Caldwell’s experienced some extraordinary moments in his life: free-climbing El Capitan’s Dawn Wall, completing the legendary Fitz Roy Traverse, escaping from terrorists holding him hostage in Kyrgyzstan. Pain and fear were part of all of those things, but his father taught him from a young age how to shift seemingly miserable experiences into a positive light. He learned he can manage chall...

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  • The Provo Brothers traveled up a tributary of the world’s largest river and into the depths of the Bolivian Amazon for one reason, and one reason only: to fly fish for Golden Dorado, some of the most monstrous fish that call Bolivia's remote waterways home. See more from the Provo Bros with @ianprovo and @neilprovo on Instagram or learn more at Backcountry.com.

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  • The freedom of being able to travel anywhere, take on any adventure when the opportunity arises—that’s what attracted William Woodward to van life. He’s been living in his van for two and a half years now, traveling the continent. He hikes, he climbs, he kayaks for months at a time. But for William, it’s the people he meets along the way that make this lifestyle worthwhile: learning their stories,...

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  • Mina Young Lee grew up an adventurer and instigator: she’d explore the drainage pipes of her neighborhood by prying up manhole covers, climb trees all the way to their tops, follow creeks to discover their sources, get her younger sisters to do the same. She’s still all of those things: a climber, hiker, canyoneer, photographer, and most importantly, a guide. She takes people to her favorite place...

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  • Doctors told Heather Laptalo she probably couldn’t run again. After all, she’d been wearing back braces since she was ten and had faced numerous surgeries to combat her severe cases of scoliosis and kyphosis. A simple walk to the restroom was exhausting. But that wasn’t a life she was ready to live. One painful experience at a time, she tested her limits--walking led to running, which led to a ful...

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  • Les Morales’ greatest moments are the ones he can replay in his mind like a movie. Many of those moments happen in the water—when natural forces align to create the perfect wave, or when a glassy lake appears at the end of a long drive. It’s ironic that swim lessons terrified him when he was young, that he was the one kid in the pool who felt like he didn’t belong there. Now he lives for the water...

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  • What’s your Greatest of All Time experience? For us, these greatest experiences happen outside. So whether you live for first tracks with friends, or you just can’t wait to relax fireside this weekend, we want to get you more of that, again and again. What GOAT are you chasing? #GOATworthy #ChaseYourGOAT Explore more GOATworthy: https://www.backcountry.com/explore/chase-your-goat-fall-2017

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  • They say challenge and adversity build character. If that’s true, 5-foot-6 Jim Holland’s character is about the size of Andre the Giant. As an athlete, Jim was a six-time US national champion in ski jumping and competed in two Olympics. As an entrepreneur, he risked starting a fledgling online retail business before online retail was even a thing, which he grew against all odds into the Backcountr...

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  • Discovering a new outdoor activity that you love typically doesn’t happen spontaneously. You grew up camping, or you have a good friend who takes you out climbing, or you marry a dedicated mountaineer. But what if you don’t have any experts in your life to blaze that trail? Enter the Outbound Collective. For Brian Heifferon, The Outbound’s co-founder and CEO, time spent in the outdoors is an absol...

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  • The outdoor world is full of hardcore people who take things very seriously—that’s what Irene Yee used to think. Then she started climbing. Climbing has given her the confidence to be her colorful self—the sport has given her so many beautiful and memorable moments of self-reflection and confidence-building, and as a photographer she aims to capture those moments of other people. Those unique and ...

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  • The world around us is full of magic. For children, this is easy to see, but us adults have to look harder sometimes. For Jennifer and Taylor Killian, nothing beats seeing the eyes of their children light up while they’re outside experiencing the magic of nature. This couple’s life’s work and passion is using the outdoors to empower women through their organization, And She’s Dope Too. Their perso...

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  • The world around us is full of magic. For children, this is easy to see, but us adults have to look harder sometimes. For Jennifer and Taylor Killian, nothing beats seeing the eyes of their children light up while they’re outside experiencing the magic of nature. This couple’s life’s work and passion is using the outdoors to empower women through their organization, And She’s Dope Too. Their perso...

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  • After almost losing his life in the backcountry of the Uinta Mountains last winter, Salt Lake City’s Jeremy Jones says that he would do it all over again—not because he enjoyed breaking both his legs, getting airlifted out of a horrific avalanche situation, and being stranded on a broken-down cat for hours, but because of how he was able to witness the way his friends reacted to save his life in a...

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  • Math, life, and fly fishing have a lot in common. For Ruth Sims, they’re all about finding balance: balancing two sides of an equation, balancing the stresses of a 9-to-5 job and the passion to be standing in a river, and balancing all the factors that allow her to land that one fish. The Navajo phrase “hózhó naasháa” encapsulates this quest for balance. It means “walk in beauty,” and that is what...

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  • Steph Davis flies off cliffs nearly every day. For her, the sense of freedom that this life gives her is more important than the thrill of any one particular jump. Focusing on the bigger picture allows her to assess risk, manage fear, and walk away from a jump when it doesn’t feel right. She used to suppress fear, but now she lets it in. She’s learned to embrace it and use it to help her decision ...

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  • What’s your Greatest of All Time experience? For us, those greatest experiences happen outside. So whether you live for first tracks with friends, or you just can’t wait to relax fireside this weekend, we want to get you more of that, again and again. What GOAT are you chasing? #GOATworthy #ChaseYourGOAT

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  • For decades, the Martian landscape of Joshua Tree has led climbers, campers, and road-trippers to weird existential experiences. On this third stop of our California road trip we battled the wind, let Backcountry Gearhead, Ben Rabinowitz, guide us on a climb, and got a little weird too. See more from our State of Gold adventures in Joshua Tree: http://bit.ly/2oszX5H

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  • The next stop on our California road trip brought us to the coast, where we put to use the rack of mountain bikes we’d been carrying. The trails were just right in San Luis Obispo due to the wet winter in Central California and no one was more pumped than our Backcountry Gearhead, Kyle. He's the kind of guy whose excitement at the end of a great ride is so genuine and infectious that random people...

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  • We took a couple Gearheads, a Backcountry ambassador, two of you—our customers—and a film crew, loaded their truck with gear, and put them on the road. Their destination was California, and their goal was to find gold—gold in the form of the awe-inspiring new experiences that happen outside, and we found it. See the full story: http://bit.ly/2p9mxMw

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  • Death Valley was the first stop on our road trip with Backcountry Gearheads, their customers, and friends to find those golden moments in the outdoors. Here we hiked, ran, laughed, ate well, and did flips off the top of sand dunes. More importantly, though, we got to know the people we were traveling with. Meet Rachel - Backcountry Customer: http://bit.ly/2ozURm8

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  • We took a couple Gearheads, a Backcountry ambassador, two of you—our customers—and a film crew, loaded their truck with gear, and put them on the road. Their destination was California, and their goal was to find gold—gold in the form of the awe-inspiring new experiences that happen outside, and we found it. State of Gold: https://www.backcountry.com/stories/on-the-road-in-california

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  • http://www.backcountry.com/norrona From the fjords, glaciers, and forest of its homeland of Norway to the highest peaks and most remote parts of places like Alaska, Antarctica, and Patagonia, Norrøna is inspired by and committed to experiencing the natural world. The company’s vision is ‘Welcome to Nature’ and its mission is to make the greatest outdoor products utilizing its design philosophy of...

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  • The founders of ROJK Superwear believe that our planet is a treasure, and their goal is to inspire people to get out and experience nature—no adventure’s too small. This young Swedish brand is dedicated to creating durable and multi-functional apparel and goods, believing that a piece you can use for a variety of activities has less of a footprint than several items designed for very specific func...

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  • A half-baked idea, often conceived over a few beers. Isn’t that how all adventures begin? One thought became the first domino in a string of events that would culminate in one of the wildest winter experiences we’ve ever had. At Backcountry, winter has always been our home, the place where we’re most comfortable. Our patience usually holds out until the first snowfall. But when the new snow gear ...

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  • The angle of your saddle is a very important factor for achieving the proper fit for your bike. A saddle angled too far downwards can cause sore wrists and knees, while a saddle angled too far up can cause lower back pain. You will only need two tools to adjust your saddle angle. A torque wrench with an allen key that fits your seatpost clamp, usually a 4, 5 or 6 millimeter. And a spirit level....

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