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Topline Magazine to Transition to Basin and Range Magazine

March 22, 2016 |

Topline converts to Basin and Range Magazine in 2016

Started in 2012, Topline Magazine was the first born of a new voice in the outdoor and adventure lifestyle conversation.  Topline set out to marry some of the elements of action sports coverage with … Read More

Patagonia Provisions Reveals New Buffalo Jerky

August 17, 2015 |

Patagonia, longtime outdoor clothing company, recently got into the food business through Patagonia Provisions.

If you recall an article we published last month, we introduced you to their backpacking staples of Fruit + Almond bars, Smoked Salmon & Tsampa Soups.  Now … Read More

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

Going to Yellowstone – See these 10 Epic Places

July 6, 2015 |

Yellowstone National Park holds one of the North America’s richest collections of natural wonders.

On March 1, 1872 President Ulysses Grant signed Yellowstone National Park into existence and with it the came the beginning of the World’s National Park legacy.  Which … 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

The Upper Limits of Skiing Gets Redefined

December 8, 2014 |

If you look back at the history of skiing, you can see the push & pull of its development.  It has evolved significantly from the early days marked by its utility for crossing the distances between towns cross-country style to … Read More

Watch This: 2014-15 Ski Season Previews

October 16, 2014 |

With a wildly variable forecast for the 2014-2015 ski season ahead of us (thank you El Nino), the speculation on this winter’s snow totals is running high.  If you’re like us though, you’re wishing for heavy storms, consistent cold temperatures … 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

Watch This: Alaska’s Katmai National Park on Webcam

July 9, 2014 |

For the third consecutive year, Katmai national park in Alaska will have several live webcams set up to broadcast video of the park’s brown bears population. The bears, and the cameras that track them, have steadily grown in popularity since 2012, when … Read More