It’s that time of year again! Our handy shopping guide is full of ideas that will get you out of the mall and back on the trail.
One of the best parts about having an adventure is being able to write about it after. We love the looks of the Let’s Go on an Adventure Travel Journal.
Treat him to some arm chair adventure with The River of Doubt: Theodore Roosevelt’s Darkest Journey – a fast paced trip through the Amazon with America’s original manly man.
Need to buy a gift for a beer loving hiker? How about Beer Concentrate from Back Country Beverages?
A National Parks pass is our go to gift for adventuresome families. It fits in an envelope, but is much more personal than a gift card!
Yahtzee National Parks is a great addition to family game night!
For The Kiddos:
These pants offer the same high quality as adult pants including wicking, comfort, and protection. Plus, they function equally well as pants or shorts. Raina’s daughter wore the pants for 7 miles on SD’s highpoint, then zipped them into shorts for dipping her feet in the lake after. Later, she repeatedly slid down a hill of dirt over roots and rocks. Through that abuse, the pants stayed fully in tact and all of the dust brushed off without a problem.
Our kids all still love their Youth Hydration packs from Outdoor Products. They’re a great way to get kids excited to join you on the trail.
And, remember to order a Summit Chicks Shirt. All state highpoints and their elevation appear on the back (like a concert tour).
Order two or more shirts and get FREE shipping through December 15, 2015.
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