The Best in 2020 Fall Hiking Gear Looking for information on fall hiking gear? No offense to the other seasons, but Autumn is the best time to hike throughout much of the Northern Hemisphere. Fall hiking offers the most stunning views of colorful foliage and natural beauty on earth. Not only are there less [...]
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Outdoor Technology: Hiking Backpacking and Camping You may not be a fan of outdoor technology. It may be due to a lack of understanding, maybe you think that it’s too complicated, or you may feel that you would just prefer to do it old-style and avoid the use of anything that requires a [...]
Handcrafted Log Homes Handcrafted log homes in North America date back to 1638. That is about the time that historians believe that log home construction began in the United States. Historically, log homes were a fast way to create a solid structure that is protected from both predators and the freezing winter temperatures. [...]
Best Cocktail Recipes Have you ever wondered what the best cocktails are for entertaining your friends? Earth Gear has - and we thought we would bring the best cocktail recipes to you. But first we need to understand where these wonderful drinks come from. The word “Cocktail” is symbolic of relaxing and enjoying time [...]
Crimson Skies of Sayulita If you are looking for an off-the-beaten-path travel destination, a great place to surf, reflect, rejuvenate, and soak up the sun then look no further than a Sayulita Vacation. This quaint beach destination is located 29 miles north of Puerto Vallarta and is part of the newly designated Riviera Nayarit, [...]
Big Island Hawaii Things To Do, A Journey of Beauty and Contrast The big island Hawaii has a history datable to 1,500 years ago when a small fleet of canoes landed on the island's shores. Those early sailors traveled from the Marquesas Island for over 2,000 miles to find what we call "Paradise". However [...]
Climbing Mount Rainier Climbing Mount Rainier: At 14,411 feet, Mount Rainier—or Tahoma, as regional American Indian tribes called it—falls a little short of the loftiest Sierra Nevada and Southern Rocky Mountain peaks. You can make a mighty strong argument, however, that Rainier’s the single most impressive summit in the conterminous United States: an all-around [...]
Iceland — The land of Fire and Ice Iceland Adventure Travel; Iceland is home to just under 325,000 people who live in a habitable area of 103,000 square kilometers. The largest city is the capital Reykjavik, which holds one-third of the nation’s population - 120,000 people. Kopavogur is the second largest city with a [...]
The Dominican Republic Treehouse Adventure in the Caribbean PRICE FOR 2 PEOPLE $597.00 (Regularly $1,050.00) Duration: 4 Days Discount: 43% Deal ends in 7 Days Book Now Head to the Caribbean for a tropical [...]
Climbing Mt Baker for the First Time Climbing Mt Baker: Amazing adventure lies just outside your door and such is the case for residents of the Pacific Northwest. A string of volcanic mountains run from Northern Washington down to California. Each one holds its own challenges that are attempted by [...]