The final note from Powder’s editor? ‘Powder To The People.’ In October, Powder Magazine announced that after 48 years it would shut down the publication. As of today, its magazine, website, and social media channels will cease to create and share content, marking the end of the line for one of the most cherished skier publications.
One of the most intimidating things you can do as a photographer is to provide every frame of a photoshoot to a photo editor at a respected organization like National Geographic. Photographers are so used to sharing only our best images with the world. After all, we are magicians with the camera and never make
Triund is a beautiful Trek in Mcleodganj, Himachal Although till Triund Trek It’s just a couple of hours Hike depending upon where you start from. But i ( an adventure and mountain lover ) am a bit greedy when it come to stay in nature and mountains. So i decided to stay there for couple
Japanese Pork Nabe Stew Boil 2 liters of water, add whole clove of ginger and 6 cloves of garlic. Add light soy sauce until flavor is strong enough and then sugar until sweet enough. Bring to boil. Add potatoes & yam bring back to boil, add carrots and bring to boil then add pork short
OutdoorHub Editor: Keenan Crow 11.20.20 Country music singer Riley Green has been enjoying plenty of success this hunting season, and might have a pretty lofty taxidermy bill to show for it when it’s all said and done! After sealing the deal on an impressive Illinois whitetail buck, Green posted a photo showing him posing with the
Take a peek at emerging products from the sometimes cutting-edge, sometimes quirky world of gear design. Explore the grid or click through for a slideshow. November 19, 2020 | By Mary Murphy Share now: Support us! GearJunkie may earn a small commission from affiliate links in this article. Learn more. View: ☷ Grid ☰ List ❏ Slideshow
Photo By Andrew Kind Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Watchful” by Andrew Kind. Location: Minnesota. Nikon D750. Exposure: 1/400 sec., f/6.3, ISO 160. Photo of the Day is chosen from various OP galleries, including Assignments, Galleries and the OP Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are featured on the OP website homepage, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. To get your photos in
The camping season is turning cooler and we were in the mood for something to help warm us up. How about some Campfire Chili! If you haven’t seen our Campfire Cookies video, check it out here: https://youtu.be/Z4FwgvYpL5Q Special thanks to our dinner guest Sty North for the seasoning packet that we forgot! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrwnN1HhkcFTFdngDLdhEg If you
OutdoorHub Reporters 11.19.20 What’s the “best” anyway? It all depends on the ranking criteria, right? Is the “best” car one that hits 60 mph in 2.9 seconds or one that can tow the lower half of South Dakota to Manitoba? The same goes with optics, so as I own the ink until this article goes live
You don’t have to wait until the biggest shopping weekend of the year to get your gear fix! Get in on these pre-Cyber Day deals starting right now. Among your favorite outdoor gear and apparel brands, you can save on Arc’teryx, Patagonia, and The North Face. Before winter hits in full force, get the items
Photo By Jeff Sullivan The Oregon Coast contains varied seascapes of sandy beaches, bluffs and “sea stack” rocks separated from the rugged shoreline by wave erosion. Much attention is focused on the iconic Haystack Rock at Cannon Beach and the picturesque rocks on the beaches at Bandon, Oregon, but there are countless gems to be
The infamous Ramen Bomb Review: it’s all the rage in the backpacking community, but is the Ramen Bomb really any good? I FINALLY Got around to making some of the suggestions everyone gave me in the comments below! Are you ready for THE RAMEN BOMB REMIX?!?! Youtube Video Here: https://geni.us/RamenRemixComment Ps. This time I finally
Derrek Sigler 11.18.20 When it comes to shopping for me, my wife always says I’m hard to buy for. Last year, I made it easy for her. I opened the Cabela’s website on her laptop, and set her alarm on her phone to wake her up right before the Cabela’s Black Friday sales went live on
What’s the best ultralight backpack? We interviewed thru-hikers and put several models to the test to find some of the top lightweight hiking backpacks. First things first: Ultralight hiking is not for everyone. If you like creature comforts like cushy sleeping pads, multiple changes of clothing, complex meals with fresh ingredients, or a full-size toothbrush,
An impressive new zoom for Micro Four Thirds system cameras, the Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 150-400mm F4.5 TC1.25x IS PRO provides a 35mm-equivalent zoom range of 300-1000mm with its built-in 1.25x teleconverter. That’s an incredibly versatile super-tele range for sports and wildlife photography—no other camera system can match that equivalent range in a single lens.
OutdoorHub Editor: Keenan Crow 11.17.20 Mathews is long renowned for leaving absolutely no stones unturned in their mission to design the world’s best bows on the market. The company’s new flagship hunting bow, the Mathews V3, features plenty of exciting new upgrades to back it up! Launching their popular TRX series earlier this fall, Mathews has
Ease sore muscles and enjoy a massage anywhere you go. These are the best percussion massagers of 2020 for every use and budget. While a foam roller is great, it’s hard to beat the healing power of a massage. Percussive therapy has changed how gym-goers and physical therapists treat these pains and relieve the buildup of lactic
Wait, a tripod has three legs, so how is it possible to have a single-legged version? It’s called a monopod! A monopod is a great tool. I don’t use mine often, but when I do, it’s a photo saver. When it’s essential to have a little extra bit of stability, I monopod it. It provides
A team of archaeologists recently unearthed the remains of a female hunter in the Andes. Our Hunt-Fish editor finds solidarity, clarity, and community with this 9,000-year-old outdoorswoman. Dear hunter, I write to you for two reasons. First, I’d like to honor your long-ago life as a part of the ancient tradition in which I have
Photo By Heather Nicole Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Mountains From The Mountain” by Heather Nicole. Location: Sitka, Alaska. The waterways of the ‘Sitka Straights’ are well known by the fisherman in the seaside fishing town of Sitka, Alaska,” explains Nicole. “The views enjoyed while traveling by boat between the mountains is undeniably beautiful.
SOLO CAMPING IN A CAVE ON A DESERTED ISLAND with no food! YEA DAWGIES welcome back to another one! In this video, we explore a new deserted island in Indonesia. It was a very unexpected solo camping mission in a cave with no food and limited camping gear I only had a GoPro, fishing rod,
OutdoorHub Editor: Keenan Crow 11.12.20 Last month, Gerber launched the Gerber Reserve Program to add a little extra exclusivity to a line of premium, American-made knives available only online. Gerber is an industry leader in knives, multi-tools, and cutting tools, but the brand has also been making several plays to reach consumers who are looking for
Hills can make or break a runner. Some love them, others despise them. When it comes to road or trail, the runner who trained on hills is usually the stronger, more prepared runner. The best way to boost your climbing legs and lungs is to add a healthy dose of elevation gain to your training.
Photo by Dean Cobin Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Boulder Beach” by Dean Cobin. Location: Acadia National Park, Maine. Canon EOS 5DS. Exposure: 1/4 sec., f/5.6, ISO 100. See more of Dean Cobin’s work at www.deancobin.com. Photo of the Day is chosen from various OP galleries, including Assignments, Galleries and the OP Contests. Assignments have weekly winners
Watch in 1080! Click “Show More” for a ton of info and links. In this video I go over my cool weather clothes for bushcraft, outdoors, camping. Fjallraven pants MEC primloft uplink Under Armor Smarrtwool Merino Wool Salomon Boots Connect with me. Bushcraft Courses http://www.northgatebushcraft.com/ My website http://joerobinetbushcraft.com/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/joerobinetbushcraft Instagram https://instagram.com/joerobinetbushcraft/ Twitter https://twitter.com/Robinet_Joe
As Luke was testing out the Catoma Stealth 1 Person Military Tent in Hurricane Zeta, he was also testing out the Catoma Combat II Tent which has proven to be even worse in some ways. Will it leak? How good or bad is the ventilation? How bad will the condensation be? Are there quality issues?