Bringing The Outdoors In

To our community of doers, adventurers, travelers, runners, hikers, backpackers, climbers, skiers, campers and more: Gregory stands with the rest of our amazing outdoor community to put the safety and health of people first. We are actively working with our internal teams, our partners, our ambassadors, our dealers and our community to ensure we are upholding the highest levels of care and...

The Last Outbacks: Exploring Lower 48 Backcountries Where the American Frontier Held Out

From the North Cascades and Great Basin borderlands of Oregon, Nevada, and Idaho to the most obscure depths of the Greater Yellowstone and the boreal waterways of the Upper Midwest, plenty of sparsely populated and wild places remain in the contiguous United States. We’re lucky enough to still have headwater basins, desert canyons, and anonymous crags far enough from roads to rarely see a...

6 Backpacking Hacks for Thru-Hiking

The more you dig into the endless advice for long-distance hiking, the more you’ll find the best insider hacks are less about crushing the biggest miles with the fanciest gear and more about saving money, weight, and time in some of the most low-maintenance ways possible. Becoming an efficient long-distance backpacker or thru-hiker comes with its own set of challenges, a lot of which you’ll...

Hut to Hut in the Italian Alps: Could Fette Biscottate be the only real suffering?

By: Carson Brown As a photographer it can be easy to fall into the habit of living through a lens. This trip, though, was one for us. Okay, yes I did take a few (hundred) photos but it wasn’t about  “live posting”, breaking some other site-seeing PR or checking some “extreme” peaks box. Redirecting our focus was the driving force of our Hut to Hut trip in the Italian Alps. From...

10 Must-Visit Hot Springs in the West

Natural hot springs invoke a special kind of magic found nowhere else—they are a balm for the soul in a hectic world of buzzing cell phones, honking horns, and constant demands for attention. While we don’t have room to include every worthy hot spring in the United States, these selections are some of the best in the western U.S. So relax and take a soak at one of these memorable natural...

7 Underrated Outdoor Adventures in the U.S.

Most outdoor lovers know about hiking the Appalachian Trail or exploring the Grand Canyon. While those are bucket-list adventures and life-changing experiences, there are innumerable more options out there that are just as thrilling. Whether you’re backpacking, climbing, paddling, or biking, here are seven underrated outdoor adventures across the U.S. to keep on your radar. 1. Bikepack the Red...

Traveling To Tanzania? Here’s EVERYTHING You Need To Know

Tanzania in Eastern Africa is hands down one of THE most magical places I have ever been.  From the real-life Lion King vibes of the Serengeti to the turquoise-watered horizons of Zanzibar, the adventures are endless!  I’ll spend time here talking first about mainland Tanzania, and will highlight Zanzibar in a subsequent post – there is just wayyyyy too much to say for it to possibly fit...

5 of the Best Winter Backpacking Trips in the United States

Hitting the trails in the wintertime brings with it a whole different level of adventure. The uncrowded mountains all to yourself, the challenge of navigating snow-covered trails and unpredictable weather, and the mug of hot chocolate at the end of a long day are all enticing enough on their own but put them together and that’s when the magic begins. While backpacking in the winter can get a...

Four of the Best Day Hikes in the World

Going on a day hike can be an exhilarating experience that leaves you with a sense of accomplishment and a renewed connection with nature. From breathtaking scenery to once-in-a-lifetime wildlife encounters, you never know what you might discover out on the trail. While going on a long hike can make for an unforgettable adventure, sometimes you only have the time or energy for just one day....

How to Get Started Backcountry Skiing

Backcountry skiing is everything you love about skiing in-bounds—the rush of carving the perfect turn, the feeling of floating through a powder stash—but without the traffic, either in the parking lot or on the slopes. Sure, you have to earn those turns, but it’s worth the effort, and the hard work makes the view at the top (and the run afterward) even sweeter. Ready to see why backcountry...