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  • Why I love one of Utah’s most remote places

    Dennis Hinkamp visits one of Utah’s most secret places

  • Bring on the anti-gravity backpacks

  • Good gear or good luck

  • It’s time for ‘quiet recreationists’ to speak up

    Greg Hanscom tells unmotorized recreationists to stop the infighting and join outdoor retailers in the fight for wilderness.

  • Hanging loose in Wyoming’s bear country

    John Clayton, who discovers human foibles in Wyoming’s bear country.

  • Hiking toward healing

    In Crossing Divides: A Couple’s Story of Cancer, Hope, and Hiking Montana’s Continental Divide, Scott Bischke describes how he and his wife, Katie Gibson, refused to let her illness keep them from their beloved outdoors

  • Boy Scouts want new digs

    Local residents and environmentalists object to a planned Boy Scout camp on the Fryingpan River in the White River National Forest near Aspen, Colorado.

  • Recreation-fee foes catch an agency fumble

    The Forest Service has been illegally collecting recreation fees at thousands of sites in the West, instead of the 100 places allowed under the Recreation Fee Demonstration Program.

  • Intrepid explorer with a cause

    Soren Jesperson's five-month, 2,200-mile solo trek around the Four Corners area will raise money for the Center for Humanitarian Outreach and Cultural Exchange, a charity his father directs.

  • Hard work in progress

    Dale Shewalter's group, the Arizona Trail Association, has been working since 1988 on establishing a north-south route all the way across Arizona.

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