Adventures of Fox in the Forest

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Solo Travel in Luang Prabang, Laos

After six years away from solo travel I'm back, and this time I headed to Luang Prabang Laos. Turns out, it couldn't have been more perfect.

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Ethical Elephant Tour in Luang Prabang, Laos: Mandalao Review

When I decided to return to South East Asia this past fall and Laos made the itinerary, I knew I had to find a way to connect with these creatures. Afterall, Laos is the Land of a Million [...]

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How to Choose a Winter Mountaineering Pack

Don't be unprepared this winter. Select the proper pack for you winter wonderland!

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Fall in the Gore Range Hiking Kneeknocker Pass, CO Trip Report

Fall brings stunning color to the Colorado Rockies. What better way to experience the magic than a difficult hike to the top of a high pass in the Gore Range?

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Sea to Summit Aeros Pillow Review

The Sea to Summit Aeros pillow promises comfort and durability while weighing only 2.8 ounces. But does it deliver?

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REI Flash 18L Review

The REI Flash is small yet mighty. Despite being a minimalist pack, this little gem is versatile, from a day on a plane to a technical scramble up a peak, the REI Flash does it all.

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Sea to Summit Ultra Sil Compression Dry Sack Review

Let's talk about baggage, compressible baggage that is! In the great search for the perfect water proof compression sack, does Sea to Summit stack up?

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Tips for Solo Female Travel to Muslim Countries

Solo travel. It's a bit scary, but with a little extra preparation and awareness, it's a wonderful experience.

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How to Make Outdoorsy Friends

I moved away from my family when I headed to college at age 18. Since then I’ve lived in a different time zone than my brother and parents. Overtime, when you live away from home, your friends [...]

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4 Fantastic Fall Hikes in Colorado that You’ve Probably Never Heard of

Looking to avoid the crowds this fall? These 4 fantastic fall hikes in Colorado will offer you spectacular color without the throngs of leaf peepers.

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