Adventurefrik on January 5th, 2010

Finding the gear you want may not always be the easiest task on your list (we found this out trying to find a winter tent in January). After you’ve researched the brands and found the features you desire, now try to find the gear.

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Adventurefrik on December 4th, 2009

When part of your Outdoor Adventure college course says you have to do cross-country cycling next week, what do you think of? I think of something like the Tour de France. I was proven seriously wrong a few weeks ago when I had this very course.

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Adventurefrik on November 4th, 2009

Understanding how to get from point A to point B and back again is probably one of the most important things you will need to know in the outdoors, whether you are hunting, hiking, camping, or skiing. It is also one of the simplest tools for safety and also the easiest to forget.

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Adventurefrik on October 23rd, 2009

Recently I had the privilege to take a 5-day white-water rafting expedition that took me down through rivers in Quebec and into Maine, hitting Quebec’s Rouge River (it is actually red), the Jacques Cartier River in Quebec, Maine’s Kennebec River, and the Penobscot River, also in Maine.

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Adventurefrik on September 21st, 2009

While we were at our Wilderness Tours Training Center, we discussed the types of gear and what to wear in the wilderness for water survival. That night’s talk mainly centered around the argument between natural (cotton, wool, down, etc.) and synthetic (polyester, neoprene, nylon, etc.) fibres.

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