Sleep In The Dirt

The Hunting Season Suck

Essays From the Field

If you’re lucky enough to fill your tags and harvest your own natural source of protein, that means you’re out in the dirt working for it. It’s not an easy overnight hike for fun, hunting involves meticulous gram counting so that when you pack everything in, you’re taking into account …

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The Flight of Our Life

Essays From the Field

We were dropped off north of the continental divide and headed into the heart of the Brooks Range. The weight of our packs were savage at 65lbs. Any more weight and our gliders would have been too overloaded to launch. We cut every ounce possible; packing the lightest dyneema tents,

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In Honor of Cody Tuttle

Essays From the Field

Cody and I spent the last 9 years building a life together based off of adventure, media, and working to leave the world a better place. This fall, Malcom Wood, a good friend and producer of The Last Glaciers documentary, asked if I’d like to travel to Nepal with the

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Rad Family Traditions

Essays From the Field

I’ve always admired people who develop lasting, inspiring and sometimes quirky traditions. I don’t mean the typical traditions surrounding commercial holidays; I’m talking about the wild, epic traditions that produce months of anticipation and in preparation, cause people to cock their heads sideways and wonder whether they should question your

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