Tips

5 Ways To Keep Climbing Fun When The Weather Gets Cold

After a blazing hot summer, the cool mornings of fall might feel like a welcome relief for most climbers. Pretty soon the rock will feel cold under hand instead of radiating heat, and sweaty belays will be crisp and cool. But in many climbing areas, this magical, mild fall season is fleeting. Before long, fingertips will be feeling numb and morale will struggle when icy winds blast those belay ledges. If you still want to climb outside, there are many ways you can keep yourself more comfortable, and have more fun. Here are five.

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7 Trail Running Hacks to Keep You Safe, Injury Free, and Having Fun

It’s no secret that running, especially trail running, requires a lot of hard work and discipline. There’s no magic pill, and the only way improve is to actually do it. But that doesn’t mean you can’t make life a little easier and take advantage of shortcuts from time to time. So that’s what we’re focusing on today: hacks, or shortcuts, to keep you healthy and happy on the trail. Whether you are on a budget, struggling to find the time, or having issues finding good places to run there are some tricks to help you overcome all of these challenges and more.

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Best Water Bottles For Survival

Is your water bottle just as important as the water inside it? Learn what type of water bottles work best as a magnifying glass. They can be used for starting fires, sanitizing drinking water and more.

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Fire Starting Hacks for Wet Conditions

When it has been raining or snowing outside the basic tasks become more difficult. Essential things, such as getting a fire started, can seem impossible. Fortunately, it is not. With a couple of supplies from your first aid kit you can easily overcome the challenge Mother Nature has thrown at you.

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Preppers are Always Prepared—Top Home Fire Safety Tips

Would you consider yourself prepared? Even if you don’t think an emergency or tragedy could happen to you or your family, you need to always be prepared for such an event. Since October is Fire Safety Month, we have prepared five tips to ensure you and your family are prepared for the unexpected.

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