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Our top 13 camping gift ideas for the 2020 holidays

What to buy someone who loves camping? Check out our camping gift ideas for your outdoorsy friends and family: https://stellarcamping.com/our-top-13-camping-gift...

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Nick McNutt’s Ultimate Sled Skiing Setup From Atomic
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Nick McNutt’s Ultimate Sled Skiing Setup From Atomic

Nick McNutt’s Ultimate Sled Skiing Setup From Atomic

Choosing gear that handle this kind of skiing isn't easy, but Nick Mcnutt swears by his Atomic set up for sled-access big mountain missions. Eric Parker photo. In case you haven’t figured it out at this point, snowmobile-access skiing is pretty damn fun. And when you’re as good as Nick McNutt, that fun meter gets turned to 11, especially when it means you get to access some of the deepest snow and best terrain in the northern hemisphere like he does in TGR's . Of course, this very

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​TGR Tested: Mammut’s Full Avalanche Safety Kit
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​TGR Tested: Mammut’s Full Avalanche Safety Kit

​TGR Tested: Mammut’s Full Avalanche Safety Kit

Mammut's avalanche safety kit is one that many of our athletes and crew trust, and after testing it at our International Pro Riders Workshop and in an epic Teton storm cycle that followed, we’re convinced it’s the perfect kit to keep you safe in the mountains. Max Ritter and Mammut photo. Avalanche safety equipment is the kind of thing you need to be able to trust your life to. It needs to work 100 percent every time, with no compromises. When you or a buddy are buried in an avalanche,

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Utah Snowmobiler Buried in Slide Recounts Accident
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Utah Snowmobiler Buried in Slide Recounts Accident

Utah Snowmobiler Buried in Slide Recounts Accident

Utah's snowpack continues to be unstable and unpredictable. Three snowmobilers experienced it firsthand while riding in Franklin Basin, Utah near the Idaho border last week. The three were out riding when one of them triggered a slide and was carried down to a tree well. He deployed his airbag but was buried under three feet of snow for around fifteen minutes before being rescued by his partners. While the rider was unresponsive upon being found by his partners, they were able to revive him