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Gratitude for Mountain SAR (From the Author of "Exposed: Tragedy & Triumph in Mountain Climbing")

Gratitude for Mountain SAR (From the Author of

With Labor Day now behind us, many Colorado 14er hikers will be hanging up their hiking boots for the year. The summer hiking season has satisfied their urge to connect with nature while challenging their tired legs to again carry them up to the summit of one of Colorado’s 58 14,000 foot peaks. This is also a good time to express our gratitude to a tireless group of volunteers on our various Search and Rescue (SAR) teams across the state.

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Three Apps That Hikers Can Rely On

Three Apps That Hikers Can Rely On

Whether you’re a new hiker or a veteran, a good hike takes time to plan out thoroughly. Thanks to the advent of smartphones, planning hikes is now much easier, as apps are more than capable of assisting users in every step of their trip. If you’re a smartphone user, here are three apps that you might want to carry around on your next big adventure.

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8 Things to Think About Before Your Hike (These Can Make or Break Your Trip)

8 Things to Think About Before Your Hike (These Can Make or Break Your Trip)

We were enjoying a quiet morning in a small Swiss town of Grindelwald and talking to our new friend Luca as he praised the beauties of the First - Platte Schynige trail. I remember my easily excited friend Peter almost shouting, "Dude, let's go right now, today." And we did, later that day we were on one of the most demanding trails in the Alps.

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An Interview With an All Peak Designer – Amanda Hamilton

An Interview With an All Peak Designer – Amanda Hamilton

Our designs are pretty sweet. We strive to keep them casual, fun and one-of-a kind. The handful of designers we use are super-talented - David Hummel (San Diego, CA), Eric Emerson (Durango, CO) and Amanda Hamilton (Grapevine, TX). For a little insight into design inspiration and the people behind the scenes, here's a short Q&A with one of our team members, Amanda. 

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Miss Mountain Obsession Search

Miss Mountain Obsession Search

It is that glorious time of year where the larches begin to turn, the planks are getting tuned up and you start to obsessively check your local ski hill’s forecast. Yes, autumn is upon the Global Mountain Tribe. In addition to sitting around a fire in hoodies with a mug of HC and Baileys in hand, it also means that it is once again time to begin the search for the next Miss Mountain Obsession!

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The Making of a Brand: All Peak 2.0 (Part I)

The Making of a Brand: All Peak 2.0 (Part I)

For our existing customers, you will notice a difference in your t-shirts. Let’s call it All Peak 2.0 – appropriate for our second year. Thanks to feedback from our customers and lessons learned that only time and experience can provide, we are upping our game. We hope you notice.

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Gold in Them Thar Hills: The Quiet Return of Mountain Prospecting

Gold in Them Thar Hills: The Quiet Return of Mountain Prospecting

On a recent Colorado white water trip on the Arkansas River, I was shocked to see a couple of prospectors on the side of the river. They had long, scraggly beards and overalls. If it weren’t for the power generator operating their sluice and trucker hat that one of them wore, I’d swear I was transported to the late 1800’s! Either that, or I was on some Disney float ride. Nope! It was 2014 and the float ride I signed up for didn’t include historic reenactments for tourists.

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Caution: Hiking Can Be Addictive

Caution: Hiking Can Be Addictive

This month I took some time to hear a speaker talk about her journey hiking the Appalachian Trail (AT). Her name is Jennifer Pharr Davis. She is a hiker, wife, author, mother and now speaker, with an amazing story – hiking can be addictive (although she doesn’t tell it exactly that way).

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Spring Is for Hiking: 2 Tune-Up Hikes in Tucson

Spring Is for Hiking: 2 Tune-Up Hikes in Tucson

As “winter” (for lack of a better word) rolls into spring in southern Arizona it opens up more opportunities to warm up those climbing legs for some great vertical hikes.   

During the winter, while all the trails are open around Tucson, everyone stays in the rolling flats of Saguaro National Park (SNP), the Arizona Trail’s (AZT) southern reaches and loop trails like Sweetwater...

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