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Topline Magazine | February 20, 2018

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Unbranded: An Adventure Born of Cheap Tequila and Greasy Enchiladas

July 20, 2015 |

Adventure can come in a million different varieties – from unbelievable Antarctic traverses, to modern-day ultramarathons and everything in between.  But beyond their impossible circumstances, they also share a passion for the audacious.

Ben Masters is another who shares such a passion. … Read More

Zeal Optics Presents #NepaliLoveYou

July 16, 2015 |

Boulder, Colorado’s, Zeal Optics, plays host to ‪#‎NEPALiLoveYou‬ July 23 at the Boulder Theater

On April 25th, 2015, Nepal suffered a devastatingly powerful 7.8 magnitude earthquake that rocked the capital city of Kathmandu, the adjoining countryside… and Everest Basecamp.  Two weeks later, … Read More

Read This: Showing Up

March 24, 2015 |

Dreams are the currency that fund life’s ambitions, big and small.

Maybe your dreams are to start an business, maybe they are to sail the world’s oceans, maybe you dream of climbing Yosemite’s Dawn Wall.  Without dreams, you can’t make … Read More

Yosemite Dawn Wall Brings Climbing to World Spotlight

January 16, 2015 |

After  7 years of practice and preparation, 19 days of actual climbing, 3,000 feet of sheer vertical rock face…

and the general discomfort that comes with sleeping/eating/living on a slab of rock, Tommy Caldwell and his climbing partner Kevin Jorgeson have finally achieved what … Read More

2014 – The year of Big Climbing Movies

November 12, 2014 |

2014 is shaping up to be the big year…

…for looking back and diving deep into rock climbing’s legacy.  Two big movie productions have hit the screen this year and each recant the various tales that surround the sport’s humble … Read More

Wilderness Turns 50

September 20, 2014 |

The idea of the legally defined 1964 Wilderness Areas turns 50 this year,

and the US is celebrating the milestone with a series of events (most of which can be found here on the Wilderness50 website).  The Wilderness Act, which … Read More

A Whitewater Commute in Boulder, CO

July 17, 2014 |

Who needs a bike when you have a tube?

Yesterday, 40 work-a-day Boulder, Colorado commuters took to the high water of Boulder Creek to navigate their way into work.  Yesterday was the 7th annual Tube to Work Day for the … Read More

Traveling beer festival aims to be the largest craft beer celebration in history

July 1, 2014 |

Sierra Nevada Invites Every Craft Brewery In The Nation To Take Part In Beer Camp Across America Festival Tour

There is a very big event brewing up in the Craft Beer Industry this year (pun completely intended…).  Chico, California … Read More

The Story Behind Muir’s Famous “The Mountains Are Calling” Quote

June 1, 2014 |

John Muir, born in 1838,

was one of America’s most famous and influential outdoor enthusiasts, which in his era were called “Naturalists.”   He remains one of California’s most important historical personalities and is generally still known today as one … Read More