Next Adventure staffer Erin recently won her division in the Portland Duathlon (usually known as the Portland Triathlon, but thanks to the toxic algae the swimming portion was removed). Read more to find out about her preparation and encouraging words for all potential contestants!
Next Adventure staffer Rob was lucky enough to test out the brand new Smith IO7's last winter and is beyond stoked on how they performed, their comfort, and user-friendliness when switching lenses. Read more to find out about these exciting new goggles that will be available this winter!
Next Adventure staffer "Hammerhands" has been bouldering and sport climbing in the Scarpa Vapor V's over the past year, and they are still kicking serious butt. Hammerhands goes in great detail describing the fit, style of climbing, comparable shoes, and much more within his review. Read more to find out if these are the climbing shoes for you!
Next Adventure staffer Adam recently took a day trip out to the beautiful Indian Beach to give the Bic Ace-Tec SUP a rip in the surf zone. The new Ace-Tec lineup has a diverse range and a board for everyone. Read Adam's review to find out which one works for you!
Next Adventure staffer Adam recently led the final Carnage/Confidence Run of the 2014 summer. It was a bittersweet ending to the good times and took place at an uncommon spot due to forest fires. Read more to find out about where they went and the night boofing that took place!
Future Next Adventure staffer Ben tried tearing up the summer park at Timberline for a few days on the Flux DM 30 bindings. Ben's into ripping fast, hitting the park, and flying high off the booters, so naturally he was pretty pumped on the DM 30's. Read more to find out about these sweet binders!
Next Adventure staffer recently took the Hydro Flask Wide Mouth 40 oz water bottle on his camping trip to High Lake and was pleasantly surprised at it's effectiveness. Dan delivers the pros and cons of these awesome water bottles within his gear review, so read more to find out if the hype is real.
Next Adventure staffer Dan just camped in a great, isolated spot near Indian Henry Campground in the Mt. Hood National Forest and didn't run into a single other hiker on the trail. Daniel fills us in on his trip and describes who can handle the hike. Read more to find out about this great camping area.