The Best Climbing Movies and Where to Watch Them

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The Best Climbing Movies and Where to Watch Them
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Adventure sports don’t always translate well to the big screen (see: nearly every Hollywood film ever made about surfing), but when climbing is captured accura...

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The Unified Group Addresses Safety Culture During Annual Safety Directors Forum

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www.achrnews.com/articles/… BROADVIEW, Ill. — In June, members of The Unified Group gathered from 12 different states to attend the 2021 Safety Directors Forum — the group’s first in-person networking event since the start of the pandemic. Attendees met at The Hotel Contessa in Texas after m...

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We Need a Civilian Climate Corps to Take on Today’s Crises

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We Need a Civilian Climate Corps to Take on Today’s Crises
Colorado representative Joe Neguse says the reality of climate change hit hard when he was in the burn zone of the Cameron Peak Fire last year. He was wading through the wreckage of the largest fire in the state’s history with Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack and Colorado senator Michael Bennett...

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Ultrarunning Through Wyoming’s Longest Migration Corridors

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Ultrarunning Through Wyoming’s Longest Migration Corridors
Two years into a research project on Wyoming’s wild mule deer, Patrick Rodgers lost his father—the person who taught him how to appreciate our public lands. Rogers found solace though covering long distances in the wild, much like the migrating animals he studies. This film, directed by Shannon Vand...

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Rain Gear Built for the Wettest Pacific Northwest Adventures

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Rain Gear Built for the Wettest Pacific Northwest Adventures
Since moving to the West Coast almost a decade ago, I’ve experienced my fair share of wet-weather mishaps. From waking up in a tent sitting in a couple inches of water, to forgetting to pack a waterproof shell during thunderstorm season, I’ve been left waterlogged and grumpy from being caught unprep...

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When Climate Change Came for My Favorite Glacier

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When Climate Change Came for My Favorite Glacier
“Dreamland” sits high on a rocky outcrop in the middle of the Juneau Icefield, not far from the border between Alaska and British Columbia. It’s a corrugated metal box—a two-stall outhouse with a little wooden flag that you can prop up while using the facilities—and it has a view more than worthy of...

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Quinn Brett Is the First Adaptive Cyclist to Complete the Tour Divide

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Quinn Brett Is the First Adaptive Cyclist to Complete the Tour Divide
When Quinn Brett rides her adaptive hand bike, she’s always looking up—and not just because of the prone position the saddle keeps her in. Brett’s whole athletic career has been defined by the search for new ways to push her limits. Case in point: she just completed the roughly 2,400-mil...

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The 20 Best Waterfall Hikes in the United States

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The 20 Best Waterfall Hikes in the United States
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We’re drawn to waterfalls. The air around them feels fresh and rejuvenating, and science shows they have a calming effect on our mood by altering our sero...

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Sit Slack-Jawed Under the Northern Lights at Kobuk Valley National Park

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Sit Slack-Jawed Under the Northern Lights at Kobuk Valley National Park
62 Parks Traveler started with a simple goal: to visit every U.S. national park. Avid backpacker and public-lands nerd Emily Pennington saved up, built out a tiny van to travel and live in, and hit the road, practicing COVID-19 best safety protocols along the way. The parks as we know them are rapid...

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Simone Biles Made the Right Choice. Here’s How You Can, Too.

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Simone Biles Made the Right Choice. Here’s How You Can, Too.
One of the biggest stories from the 2020 Olympic Games is Simone Biles—winner of 30 combined Olympic and world championship medals, widely regarded as the best gymnast of all time—withdrawing from the team and all around competitions. Biles explained that her head was not in the right place to perfo...

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A Self-Professed Sweater Explores the Science Behind Stink

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A Self-Professed Sweater Explores the Science Behind Stink
I am a sweater. I don’t mean a tepid schvitzer or a gentle glistener. I mean that when I’m in a gym, on a treadmill, running at a decent clip, I am shedding buckets. I coat the machine in a corrosive, salty slather; my perspiration pools beneath me. Woe betide anyone working out next to me, sharing ...

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Catalina Island Is a Hidden Gem for Gravel Cyclists

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Catalina Island Is a Hidden Gem for Gravel Cyclists
Further, produced by Urban Armor Gear, features Spencer Rathkamp, Jon Hornbeck, and Jussi Oksanen exploring Southern California’s Catalina Island. On most days, you can see Catalina from the mainland. The island is a short ferry ride away but doesn’t get as many visitors as one might think. Once you...

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MRI safety survey finds two-thirds of incidents go unreported

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www.auntminnieeurope.com/index.asp… July 28, 2021 – A new study from Sweden has shown that MRI-related incidents tend to be greatly underreported. The authors warn that some unreported incidents may have catastrophic outcomes, and a major educational effort is urgently required. &ldqu...

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