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We are proud to be a "Green Business". Some of our green practices include solar-powered home office and fitness room, energy efficient lighting, extensive recycling, and the use of organic and/or natural food products on our trips. http://bit.ly/1uHG5DH

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Ten Apps for Exploring the Great Outdoors | Central Overland   http://goo.gl/uPsUHJ

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EQUIPnTRIP will soon launch an online community for outdoors enthusiasts who independently travel and camp. Membership will be FREE and we'll kick off with 100 Foundation Memberships that will attract benefits as the community grows. We'll announce registrations are open via our newsletter so if you want to be a Foundation Member then you're welcome to subscribe to the newsletter here http://goo.gl/fr6gw6 .

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SW Yellowstone’s Bechler Waterfall Wonderland: September 7-13 2014. We begin this trip near Old Faithful and hike via Shoshone Lake over the edge of the Madison Plateau and then down the spectacular Bechler River Canyon to the Bechler Meadows. http://bit.ly/XFeUPD

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Bears In the Big Wilds: Many of western North America’s remaining wild-lands support black bears, grizzlies or both. All of our guides are bear aware and experienced. http://bit.ly/1pNRhxw

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FAQ's: It’s summer; do I really need to bring a ski hat, long underwear, gloves and a warm jacket? Yes! You must bring what is on our personal gear/clothing list (and avoid extras that will weigh you down). In the Rocky Mountains (that includes Yellowstone Park) it can be cold and wet any time of year, and summer snowfall can occur! Even in  high desert Utah, spring and autumn trips can also see periods of icy weather. http://bit.ly/RQx3qC

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Can art change the world? This painter was critical in the creation of Yellowstone National Park 142 years ago: http://parkb.it/yltym
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Southern Yellowstone’s Late Summer Magic: August 25-29, 2014. Spectacular meadows, bull elk may be beginning to rut and bugle, possible wolf music and generally lots of wildlife viewing and activity. Spectacular Heart Lake. Bath in natural hot springs! Wild Yellowstone at its best! http://bit.ly/1nIcMQN

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America’s Public Land Heritage: The American concept of public lands is unique, yet few citizens know where these lands are (most, but not all, are in the West) or who is in charge of them. In a nutshell, there are four federal land management agencies, each with its own distinct mission, or less kindly, each with its own distinct set of biases and dogma. http://bit.ly/1pfx80a

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Rain-gear for Hiking in the Big Wilds. Now that you’ve read Staying Dry While Hiking, Parts 1 and 2, and you’ve learned to stay reasonably dry even in stormy weather, I’ll add a few quick words on what to look for when purchasing rain gear for backpacking. http://bit.ly/1yarNij
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