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Paria Outdoors Tri-Fold Carbon Cork Trekking Poles

Paria Outdoors Tri-Fold Carbon Cork Trekking Poles Paria Outdoors, based in Denver, Colorado, designs high quality products and offers them at a reasonable¬†cost, so that they are accessible to anyone. They offer a line up of trekking poles, tents, sleeping pads, and accessories¬†to complement your gear. The term “Paria” comes from Paria Canyon in… View Article

Enjoying National Parks During Peak Season

Enjoying National Parks During Peak Season Last July I drove the TETON Sports #yourlead van up to the gates of Yellowstone National Park. Earlier that summer I had snagged a National Parks pass + I wanted to take a quick peek at the iconic Yellowstone as I was passing through the area. I never… View Article

Backpacking to Farmer's Lake, Uintas

Backpacking to Farmer’s Lake, Uintas Farmer’s Lake is a lake in the Timothy Lakes Basin in the High Uintas. The trail follows the Swift Creek Trail, as it gains 3,000 ft in 9 miles. There are several other lakes you could backpack to including East or West Timothy Lakes, and Carroll Lakes. Backpacking to… View Article

Guest Post: Backpacking to Granddaddy Basin, Uintas

Guest Post: Backpacking to Granddaddy Basin, Uintas Today’s Guest Post comes from Explore with Heather! She, her partner, and dogs recently took a backpacking trip to Granddaddy Basin in the Uintas, and she’s here to let us know all about it! The Uinta National Forest about an hour due East of Park City, Utah… View Article

Hiking to Lackawaxen Lake

Hiking to Lackawaxen Lake Lackawaxen Lake sits just below Clayton Peak, off of Guardsmans Pass. Because this trail is on the other side of Big Cottonwood Canyon, dogs are allowed off leash. In fact, this trail is a perfect summer hike for the pups since there are two lakes for them to swim in,… View Article

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