Adventure Tips

Adventure School is here to help you gain all the skills and knowledge for any of your adventures. This category is general adventure skills that may apply to anything you’re doing in the outdoors.

ARE WE SHARING NATURE TO DEATH? SOCIAL MEDIA ISN'T THE PROBLEM

Are we sharing nature to death? Social media isn’t the problem.

Social media is ruining the wilderness. That’s the claim that many are making. In preparing to write this article, I read dozens of similar articles or posts about how social media has decimated beautiful wilderness locations. I fully agree with many of the points made in these articles, but it’s not that simple. Geotagging your …

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5 reasons mountain bike riding is the best exercise ever for weight loss

5 reasons why mountain bike riding is the best exercise ever for weight loss

It is the unknown around the corner that turns my wheels. Heinz Stücke Mountain biking is the best exercise for your weight loss and fitness journey. I know, that’s a bold statement. With all the other fitness fads out there like Crossfit, P90X, running ridiculously long distances, or obstacle races, how can mountain biking be the …

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simple natural navigation techniques that will get you home alive

Simple natural navigation techniques that will get you home alive

“Complete freedom is not what a trail offers. Quite the opposite; a trail is a tactful reduction of options.” ― Robert Moor, On Trails: An Exploration Natural navigation intimidates many adventurers, but knowing a few basics can mean the difference between an emergency bivouac and a hot shower. Having no compass, map, GPS, or trail signs, doesn’t …

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how to use a map and compass to avoid getting lost

Learn how to use a compass and map to avoid getting lost in the wild

“I went for a walk in the Arctic Circle without map or compass. Fortunately, I was only lost for hours, not days.” John Burnside This is the second part of a series. Go back and read part 1 if you missed it and you want to hear about my experience being lost. Then go read …

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Learn outdoor navigation skills to avoid losing your way in the wild

Learn outdoor navigation skills to avoid losing your way in the wild

“It is an ironic habit of human beings to run faster when we have lost our way.” Dr. Rollo May Learning navigation skills can seem a bit intimidating if you’re used to a well-beaten trail through the sunny warm woods, but if you want to venture off the trail into more remote places or if …

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Winter trail running doesn't have to be hard, cold, or scary.

Winter trail running doesn’t have to be hard, cold, or scary.

I remember my first winter trail running experiences well. I was on the wrestling team in high school and during the season, we had practice six days a week for two hours on the mat and coach had us run at least three times a week. This was in January in Utah. In Utah, winter …

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