July 4, 2017

adventure

Thirty-Eight Miles Over Four Days: Exploring the Greenstone and Caples Tracks – NEW ZEALAND

If you really want to push yourself and take on one of New Zealand’s famous multi-day hikes, while the famous Routeburn and Milford Track are both stunning, I would highly recommend one off the beaten path. My Co-Host Jordan Sessions and I took on the Greenstone and Caples Tracks, located on the south island.  This […]

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February 2, 2017

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The Rock Wonderland of the Alabama Hills

  Located in Inyo County on the Eastern slope of the Sierra Mountains, you will find the Alabama Hills. If you live around Los Angeles, a short three hour drive out of the city will get you to one of the most stunning places in California. The rock formations are incredible. Both the Alabamas and […]

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January 23, 2017

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The Mishe Mokwa Trail to the Summit of Sandstone Peak

  If you reside around Los Angeles or planning to visit the city and you have a slight love affair with the outdoors, DO THIS HIKE. This mild trek without a doubt, tops my list of best hikes around Los Angeles. Mount Allen, or better known as The Sandstone Peak is the highest peak in the […]

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November 23, 2016

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Language and Cultural Immersion in Guatemala

When New Jersey native Audra Kyrk (pictured bottom left) earned her Master’s Degree from Tulane University School of Social Work in 2012, she was ready to start her career but hankering to learn more. Kyrk also wanted to spend time abroad and improve her skills in Spanish, so she enrolled in a six-week language immersion […]

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November 7, 2016

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New Orleans Beyond Bourbon Street

If you’re researching a trip to New Orleans, Louisiana, you’ll notice that most must-see lists include Mardi Gras, Jazz Fest and Bourbon Street. I’ve enjoyed all of these popular choices and more as a NOLA resident of two years, but it’s hard to convince visitors to stray away from the French Quarter to explore the […]

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November 4, 2016

adventure people

Jumping Into the Unknown: Chief Bear and the U.S. Air Force Pararescuemen

  The United States Air Force is well known for aiming high, so it’s no surprise that its Pararescuemen (or “PJs”) will stop at nothing to rescue your ass when in trouble. The PJs are Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC) and Air Combat Command (ACC) operators tasked with recovery and medical treatment of personnel […]

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October 28, 2016

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Face Your Danger: Rafting the Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon is a well-known national treasure that has been photographed many times over by those lucky enough to visit, but few visitors are brave enough to raft along its treacherous waters. “There’s no other way to see 230 miles of the Canyon besides going through it,” says Zack Ventrella. Last summer, Ventrella and […]

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October 11, 2016

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Rock Climbing and Letting Go: A Conversation with Adventurist Tyler Mackey

For most people, the idea of dangling from a cliff-side 200 feet in the air doesn’t sound appealing, and some would consider the act to be downright insane. But for Adventurist Tyler Mackey, that risky notion is a worthwhile goal. Raised in Northern Los Angeles, Mackey discovered his love for adventure while roaming around California. […]

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July 6, 2016

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The Milford Sound, Kayaking, Cooking & Beer: A Conversation with Adam Collier

New Zealand is a land well known for its natural beauty and spectacular scenery, but one of its most iconic locations is Milford Sound. This top tourist destination is a stunning, mysterious and secluded fiord* on the south island of New Zealand, deep within Fiordland National Park. I recently spent a few glorious days at […]

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July 5, 2016

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The High Benefits of Fasting and Hiking

In today’s fast-paced world, we focus on convenience and seem to care less about what we put in our bodies.

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June 1, 2016

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Lightning in a Bottle: A Modern Hippie View on Life & Love

I was so impressed by the open-mindedness of the attendees — everyone can learn a thing or two from these enlightened individuals.

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May 22, 2016

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Controlling Your Destiny and Finding Bliss: A Conversation with Mountaineer Tony Michaels

The world is full of dreamers, but not many can stay motivated while fighting to turn their dreams into reality.

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May 2, 2016

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Life Benefits of Sweat, Tears and the Sea

Let’s face it; life is hard… sometimes unbearable. Some folks decide to deal with crappy spurts including sickness, depression or sadness with booze, over-eating, staring at a wall or breaking something. Which all end in more misery, lets be honest without ourselves.

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May 1, 2016

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How to Travel & Get Through Life Happier

Some people are happy all the time. Damn you. Making a conscious effort to make our own lives better and happier is an essential part of being a living, breathing human.

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April 27, 2016

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Five Camping Essentials Not to Buy Cheap

Aside from the essentials like food, water, a sleeping bag, etc., there are certain items to splurge on. If you buy cheap equipment/products you’re going to waste money over the long term repurchasing when the shitty thing breaks or causes your life pain.

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April 27, 2016

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Mount Alfred a.k.a “Nature’s Stairmaster”

In the end, the summit holds this spectacular panoramic 360-degree view of the Southern Alps, Dart and Rees Valley.

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April 26, 2016

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The Motivation Manifesto: The Ultimate Travel Read to Boost Your Courage and Independence

The book highlights nine personal powers you must claim to have more strength, happiness and independence in the world.

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