Recreational Equipment, Inc., commonly known as REI, is an American retail and outdoor recreation services corporation. It is organized as a consumers' co-operative. REI sells sporting goods, camping gear, travel equipment, and clothing. It also offers services such as outdoor-oriented vacations and courses.

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  • How Latino Outdoors is Removing Barriers and Connecting Communities
    We recently announced the recipients of the Force of Nature Fund, a $500,000 investment supporting organizations that use the outdoors to empower and inspire women and girls. Latino Outdoors, a one-of-a-kind nonprofit that seeks to connect Latinx communities with the outdoors, was one of 26 grant recipients. REI has been a proud sponsor of Latino […] The post How Latino Outdoors is Removing Barri...
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  • Inspiring Girls Expeditions: Becoming a Mentor in the Mountains
    Inspiring Girls Expeditions brings together science, art and wilderness through a tuition-free education program for high school girls Perched on a high promontory deep in the North Cascades, I looked in awe at the immense snowy face above me of Mount Baker, a 10,781-foot dormant volcano. The vibrant colors of the sunset painted on wispy clouds in the […] The post Inspiring Girls Expeditions: Bec...
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  • 9 Mountain Bike Road Trip Mistakes—and How to Avoid Them
    Because the freedom of the open road is a little more complicated when bikes are involved A road trip with your mountain bike can easily be the highlight of your year—exploring new trails, experiencing a new place and doing it all with your best riding buddies. What could go wrong? Well, based on my experience, […] The post 9 Mountain Bike Road Trip Mistakes—and How to Avoid Them appeared first o...
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  • The Nature Fix: Our Public Lands
      With ever-increasing evidence that time outdoors is a panacea for common ailments, protecting—and visiting—our shared open spaces is more important than ever. This September, some 4 million fourth-graders will be eligible to receive free passes to America’s national parks. Through this annual effort, Federal Land Management agencies strive to help create the next generation of park visitors […]...
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  • How to Pack for Fall Backpacking
    What to bring, wear, eat, drink and where to go. Fall is one of our favorite times to backpack. There are fewer crowds, fewer bugs and fewer blazing-hot climbs. Plus, there is nothing better than hunkering down in your sleeping bag, worn out from a long hike, in cooler temperatures, surrounded by turning leaves. Before […] The post How to Pack for Fall Backpacking appeared first on REI Co-op Jour...
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  • 5 Women You Should Know from the No Man’s Land Film Festival
    These women are changing the world of adventure film, outdoor sports and beyond. This past weekend, the No Man’s Land Film Festival took over the small town of Carbondale, Colorado, with three days of films, speakers, workshops, facilitated adventures and even a Sadie Hawkins dance. From writers to athletes to mothers and everything in between, […] The post 5 Women You Should Know from the No Man...
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  • An Ode to the Gear that Lasts
    Gear that wears in is better than gear that wears out. After all, it’s sustainable, uniquely fitted to you thanks to years of use, and in the best of cases, it can even become a part of the family. Fifty years ago, my dad walked into REI’s first official store in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. […] The post An Ode to the Gear that Lasts appeared first on REI Co-op Journal.
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  • Angel Collinson’s View From the Summit
    Rather than basking in the glory of past accomplishments, Collinson is focusing on self-improvement and making a positive impact. “When I think about last winter, I sort of get the image of a floppy wet noodle,” Angel Collinson tells me over the phone. I’m sitting in my van in Jackson drinking a Modelo and she’s […] The post Angel Collinson’s View From the Summit appeared first on REI Co-op Journ...
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  • The Rise of the Dirtbag Trail Runner
    A new wave of elite runners is embracing what diehard climbers have believed for decades: Home is where you park it. “Sometimes it would be nice to take a bubble bath, then crawl into some satin sheets and watch Netflix,” says Arizona Trail Fastest Known Time (FKT) holder Michael Versteeg. He lifts another slice of […] The post The Rise of the Dirtbag Trail Runner appeared first on REI Co-op Jour...
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  • Outdoor Nation Inspires the Next Generation of Outdoor Enthusiasts
    The Outdoor Foundation is on a mission: to inspire more college kids to recreate outside. For the past three years thousands of college students across the country have gotten outside through a friendly competition called the Outdoor Nation Campus Challenge. During this annual fall event, universities compete to see who can log the greatest number of […] The post Outdoor Nation Inspires the Next ...
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  • How to Pack for Adventure Travel
    Packing for a bucket-list trip to Nepal or Peru or Thailand may seem daunting, because hey, it’s not every day you head thousands of miles from home. How many socks? Should I bring the trekking poles? What goes in my carry-on? And how do I keep my passport safe? We sat down with two experts […] The post How to Pack for Adventure Travel appeared first on REI Co-op Journal.
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  • 5 Tips for a Crowd-Free Hiker’s Road Trip in the West
    Grab your map, pack and favorite playlist. It’s time to hit the open road. Whether bagging the 14ers of Colorado, bouncing between Utah’s national parks, or gawking at the disparate scenery throughout California, few regions are more inviting for a late-summer, early-fall road trip than the American West. But with bucket list national parks like […] The post 5 Tips for a Crowd-Free Hiker’s Road T...
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  • Ask a Badass: Babsi Zangerl
    On breaking through plateaus, training, the First Female Ascent and the world’s best pizza with Austrian crusher Barbara Zangerl Though Alex Honnold refers to her as “one of the strongest climbers in the world,” Babsi is far from a household name, even among core climbers. In an age when we know what many pro climbers […] The post Ask a Badass: Babsi Zangerl appeared first on REI Co-op Journal.
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  • REI Presents: The Mirnavator
    Ultra-runners overcome obstacles on every trail. In this film, Force of Nature Mirna Valerio overcomes the negative voices that don’t believe she belongs in the sport. Watch now. Learn more about Mirna at: https://www.rei.com/blog/run/rei-presents-the-mirnavator
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  • REI Presents: The Mirnavator Trailer
    Watch Full Film: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c5-CSQcYeXk Ultra-runners overcome obstacles on every trail. In this film, Force of Nature Mirna Valerio overcomes the negative voices that don’t believe she belongs in the sport. Watch now. Learn more about Mirna at: https://www.rei.com/blog/run/rei-presents-the-mirnavator
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  • REI Extended Sizing Update: More Sizes, More Women, Right Now
    For the outdoor industry to claim we’re inclusive, we need to outfit all women. “It is so hard to find hiking pants that fit in the rear end and thigh areas … not all women hikers are tiny and fit! … We need clothes for all shapes/sizes.” –Allie Elder “It seems like such a simple […] The post REI Extended Sizing Update: More Sizes, More Women, Right Now appeared first on REI Co-op Journal.
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  • How a Runner Named Stringbean Broke Every Appalachian Trail Speed Record
    He packed light, pushed through pain, followed Fastest Known Time protocol to a T, and even stopped to enjoy the view.  Ultrarunner Joe “Stringbean” McConaughy was well on pace to shatter the fastest known time on the Appalachian Trail until he reached New Hampshire’s White Mountains. A couple falls caused swollen knees, cuts and bruises, […] The post How a Runner Named Stringbean Broke Every App...
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  • Trails and Ales: Maine
    3 craft breweries paired with 6 classic Maine hikes Since the 1980s, Mainers have been at the vanguard of the craft beer revival. There are now 80 craft breweries in the state producing hundreds of unique beers. Lucky for hikers, the Pine Tree State has a trail for every taproom. Here are a handful of […] The post Trails and Ales: Maine appeared first on REI Co-op Journal.
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  • REI Presents the Mirnavator
    Imagine a trail-running vacation where you are shuttled every day to various trailheads that bring you to wild heights and stunning vistas. Imagine finishing your run or hike, and making your way to a comfortable tent that has already been put up for you. You gather your belongings, unpack what you need for the evening […] The post REI Presents the Mirnavator appeared first on REI Co-op Journal.
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  • Dealing with Disappointment in the Great Outdoors
    As anyone who spends time outdoors knows, things don’t always go as planned when you’re playing in the mountains. But there’s always something to be learned.  I’ve had my fair share of misadventures in the mountains. There’s that time we went backpacking two years ago in the North Cascades and watched the nearby horizon go […] The post Dealing with Disappointment in the Great Outdoors appeared fi...
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  • Bethany Lebewitz Uses Instagram to Grow Inclusion in Climbing
    @Browngirlsclimb is one of the many social media accounts changing the face of climbing. Bethany Lebewitz didn’t really start climbing until she was 24. She was living in Austin, Texas, and had just ended a long-term relationship. “I was going through that ‘What happened? Who am I?’ kind of post-breakup hangover,” she says. Looking for […] The post Bethany Lebewitz Uses Instagram to Grow Inclusio...
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  • Alpine Primer: Where to Escape the Crowds in the High Mountains
    Hike-in, backcountry climbs off the beaten path  After two days of bushwhacking, runouts and choss, Christian Cattell, a backcountry ranger intern at Yosemite National Park, settled in atop Megalodon Ridge, a committing, 4,000-foot 5.10 deep in the North Cascades of northern Washington, for the longest sunset of his life. He thinks his was the fourth recorded […] The post Alpine Primer: Where to ...
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  • How to Restore (and then Cook on) Cast Iron
    Looking for motivation to clean up that old, rusty Dutch oven? This campfire recipe for classic baked beans ought to do the trick. The Dutch oven is the perfect companion for a cookout. The legs beneath it allow you to place a few charcoal briquettes or campfire coals underneath the pot while you cook. And […] The post How to Restore (and then Cook on) Cast Iron appeared first on REI Co-op Journa...
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  • My Experience at an REI Co-op Member Campout
    Membership is so much more than discounts and dividends; it’s a chance to join a community that shares a common love for the outdoors. The REI Women’s Campout in Vernonia, Oregon, offered an opportunity to break out the camping gear, learn new skills and explore alongside fellow adventurers. Before I could walk, my parents put […] The post My Experience at an REI Co-op Member Campout appeared fir...
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  • In Defense of the In-Town Ride
    It might lack Whole Enchilada-esque views, but your hometown ride can feature actual enchiladas—and remind you how to be a kid again. My favorite section of trail isn’t actually a trail at all, not in the classic sense of the word. It’s a rut, really, an indentation of dirt dropping between a wooden sign and […] The post In Defense of the In-Town Ride appeared first on REI Co-op Journal.
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  • How to Create a Tasty Weekend Backpacking Menu at a Gas Station
    No planning, no problem. Procrastinators, this is the menu you need.   If you’re like me, and I really hope you aren’t, you are incapable of thinking about the future. Instead, you like to procrastinate planning for your weekend of backpacking until you simply have to throw gear haphazardly in your pack (did you grab […] The post How to Create a Tasty Weekend Backpacking Menu at a Gas Station app...
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  • Bike Parks and the Evolving Ski Resort Economy
    As summer activities continue to prove their value to once winter-only resorts, mountain biking stands above the rest—and outdoor educators are taking note. If the mountains could talk to the humans who’ve been carving swathes of forest into ski runs and putting up lift towers for almost a century, they might look at the recent […] The post Bike Parks and the Evolving Ski Resort Economy appeared ...
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  • What to Wear on a Hiking Date
    Friends don’t let friends look too dorky in the woods. High-waisted hiking pants with tucked-in shirts, socks with sandals, cotton dresses on rainy, windy days—we’ve all made big mistakes on hiking dates. No? Well, maybe it’s just me. Either way, I enlisted the help of apparel designer Neenah Maier and got her advice on how to […] The post What to Wear on a Hiking Date appeared first on REI Co-op...

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