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  1. Trip Report: Talley Kayser- Kyle Dempster Solo Adventure Award Winner

    Each year, the Kyle Dempster Solo Adventure Award will be given to an American solo adventurer embarking on a journey that embodies Kyle’s passionate spirit and love of exploration, with an emphasis on storytelling and Leave No Trace ethics.
    Liberty Mountain partners with the family and close friends of the late Kyle Dempster, Outdoor Research, Higher Ground Coffee, Black Diamond, Keen Footwear, PROBAR, Hyperlite Mountain Gear, Alpinist Magazine, Duct Tape Then Beer, and Munir and Joy Merchant to provide this award in his honor.
    Both Kyle Dempster and Scott Adamson were athletes for Liberty Mountain and had become good friends with many of our employees. They are certainly missed. We are glad to hear the stories of the winners, like Talley, that were able to go out and do something amazing because of the award that Kyle’s loved ones created as a tribute. Check out her account of the adventure.

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  2. Gear Check - Grivel by Shingo Ohkawa

    Grivel athlete Shingo Ohkawa shares his knowledge and recommendations about Grivel products for various scenarios in the wonderful video. Give it a watch!

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  3. Podcast: From Ionic to Iconic- The Story of Nalgene

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    Science with a Twist did a great podcast about the story of Nalgene bottles. If you're a fan of these iconic water bottles that have become a staple of the outdoor community then you should probably give this a listen!

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  4. 20 Uses for a Nalgene

    Single-use water bottles are not only wasteful and bad for the environment, but they are also just that- single use. Recently, we asked our employees to come up with a list of uses they have for a reusable Nalgene bottle aside from just drinking out of it. We received a ton of answers and some of them were pretty out there (seriously, our employees have done some weird things with Nalgenes). Without further ado, here is our list of the 20 best uses we received.

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  5. Gear Review- Peregrine Radama Hub

    One of our employees, Steve Wise, took the new Peregrine Radama Hub out for a test spin on his recent camping trip. Here is his review.

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  6. Choosing a SUP

    If you live near flat or moving water then you've no doubt seen people out having a great time on standup paddleboards (or SUP as the cool kids are calling them). Whether you want to get some exercise, explore new areas, get your adrenaline pumping, fish previously unobtainable spots, put a new twist on your yoga practice, or just relax and cool off, owning a SUP can expand your options on a nice day. Check out this guide to understand the differences in various standup paddleboards and narrow down your choice. 

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  7. Gear Review: Peregrine Kestrel UL 2

    Our employee Adam Kittell took the Peregrine Kestrel UL 2 tent with him on his backpacking trip in New Zealand. Check out his review of it.

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  8. Equipment and Nutrition for Modern Alpine Climbing

    Grivel and Beal athlete Alan Rousseau describes his approach at packing for modern alpine climbing.

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  9. Leonidio Trip Report

    Beal athlete Anne Struble shares some trip beta from her recent travels to Leonidio, Greece.

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  10. The Mind Muscle

    Beal Athlete Anne Struble shares her thoughts on how mental training can increase one's overall climbing ability.

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