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Travel — Morris Brossette

SOG Approved: goTenna

The pocket-sized goTenna pairs with your smartphone to enable GPS navigation anywhere in the world, service be damned. We tested it on the streets of Medellin, Colombia.

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Around the web — New York Times

36 Hours in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

With its inventive food scene, excellent beaches and “Night of the Iguana” mystique, the city makes the perfect weekend getaway.

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Around the web — Vagabondish.com

5 Non-skiing Adventures in Ogden, Utah

If there’s a more raw, more awesome (in the literal sense of the word), more hardcore outdoor destination in the country than Utah, we haven’t found it. And we’re including Alaska, Montana, and even Boca Raton (kidding).

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Gear ReviewsRenee Howard

Gear review: Peak Design Everyday Sling

Adventure photographer Renee Howard knows camera gear. So when she told us she loved Peak Designs' new Everyday Sling, we listened.

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Around the web — The New York Times

Experience Macedonia’s Hidden Gems

Hundreds of millions of dollars are going toward transforming Macedonia’s capital. But there's already lots to see off the beaten path.

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Around the web — The New York Times

Goat yoga is a thing now

Where can yogis further their practice while playing with free-range goats? Outside Portland, of course.

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TravelJustin Park

Gear Review: YNOT Wildland Scout

Sure, YNOT's Wildland Scout pack was built for the backcountry. But gear tester Justin Park found that it holds up just as well against the rigors of air travel.

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TravelRenee Howard

Tucson: an active winter escape

Ditching the cold weather doesn't have to cost a fortune. In this piece, Renee Howard guides us through a winter vacation in Tucson, Arizona.

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Around the web — New York Times

The hot new travel spot is… Iran?

Political tensions are high. Alcohol is forbidden. But adventurous tourists are still flocking to the Islamic republic.

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CycleJan Bennett

4 beginner-friendly rides in Moab

Moab is famous for its technical MTB terrain, but the area has plenty to offer beginner/intermediate riders as well. In this piece, Jan Bennett rounds up her four favorite Moab moderates.

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TravelMatt Minich

Moving to Canada? Move here.

Every election year, some folks pledge to move north of the border. So we rounded up a few of Canada's coolest outdoor adventure towns.

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