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Summer Side Dishes: 10 Corn Recipes to Make You Smile Ear to Ear

Summer Side Dishes: 10 Corn Recipes to Make You Smile Ear to Ear

Nothing says summer like teeth full of corn kernels. And to get your summer going strong, here for you today are 10 delicious corn recipes to keep your toothpick supply limited: 1. Corn Salsa Bring out the tortilla chips and pita bread, this corny take on a traditional appetizer will [...]

What to Pack for a Coastal Hike

What to Pack for a Coastal Hike

Summer has returned and the time for planning camping trips along coasts is now. With beaches, forests and mountains covering the coastlines, the variation of scenery keeps any attentive hiker captivated. However, before you journey towards the roar of the Pacific or Atlantic, make sure to pack accordingly. Lacking the [...]

Hiking Colorado 14ers- What you will need!

Hiking Colorado 14ers- What you will need!

Hiking 14ers is no new fad to Coloradans. With over 50 Mountains peaking over 14,000 feet in elevation, Colorado Mountain ranges provide a plethora of hikes that range from easy class 1 walking to extremely difficult class 5 that requires climbing ropes and belaying. While hiking 14ers is a difficult [...]

Top 10 Songs for the Campfire

Top 10 Songs for the Campfire

As you sit around the campfire this summer, with your beer in hand and friends and family by your sides, it might be nice to have a little music to compliment the crackling of the fire. But some of the classic songs we learned as children don’t always fit the [...]

6 Hardest Mountain Bike Races

6 Hardest Mountain Bike Races

With the Tour de France underway, cycling is back in the media and people are glued to their televisions, marveling over the course’s steep ascents and the impressive crash footage. While the Tour de France is quite the challenge, does it take riders over 17,000 Himalayan passes or through the [...]

6 Ways to Celebrate the 4th Without Blowing Something Up

6 Ways to Celebrate the 4th Without Blowing Something Up

It’s the 4th of July and personal fireworks are illegal just about everywhere these days. What’s a fella to do? Go watch the Pros You’re not allowed to shoot them off on your own, so why not watch the pros do it. No matter how much money you spend, theirs [...]

Introducing Wenger Ambassador Uri Golman

Introducing Wenger Ambassador Uri Golman

by Kraig Becker Wenger is proud to introduce our latest brand Ambassador Danish Photographer Uri Golman. Uri, who is the co-founder of the Wenger Arctic Light Project, is an avid outdoorsman and conservationist who has dedicated his considerable talents towards capturing photos of nature and wildlife all over the world but especially in [...]

Getting in Touch with Your Inner Pioneer – Wild Harvesting on National Lands

Getting in Touch with Your Inner Pioneer – Wild Harvesting on National Lands

Before the wilderness of the United States was neatly divided and bounded, the earliest pioneers and natives of the land foraged and hunted for their own food. Some believe there is no better way to connect with the land than to harvest and partake in its bounty. Although there are [...]

Camping in Grizzly Country: Bear Fences

Camping in Grizzly Country: Bear Fences

If you’ve camped in bear country, then you’re probably familiar with the hassle of hanging a bear bag. First, there’s the difficulty of finding a sturdy tree, preferably one with long, straight limbs. In some regions, this just isn’t a possibility. Then there’s the throw, which you invariably miss the [...]

4 Reasons Why Women Love an Outdoorsy Man

4 Reasons Why Women Love an Outdoorsy Man

First of all, cramming all of the sexy, sleek, raw, manly awesomeness that encompasses Outdoor Men into a mere four reasons why we gals love and swoon over them wasn’t easy, but somehow it was managed. Not to mention, we did the legwork: taking some polls and reading up on [...]