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  • Try One of these great Campfire Recipes (SurvivalLife.com)

    Try One of these great Campfire Recipes (SurvivalLife.com)

    Next time you're around a campfire either during an adventure or at home, check out one (or several) of these great campfire recipes from SurvivalLife.com

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  • Insulated Tumbler Test | 2017

    Insulated Tumbler Test | 2017

    Insulated pints/tumblers are currently one of the top buys in the outdoor community, and for good reason. They usually come with a leak-resistant top so they’re great for on the go or around the campfire. Most versions are rated to hold the heat (or cold) for many, many, hours.

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  • Review: 1862 David Walley's Resort | Genoa, NV

    Review: 1862 David Walley's Resort | Genoa, NV

    Since purchasing a timeshare week at Grand Lodge on Peak 7 in Breckinridge, Colorado about 6 years ago, we’ve had the opportunity to visit quite a few other timeshare resorts around North America. Luckily, our Summer/Fall week at Breckenridge trades quite well, so we usually see some amazing places. During

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Although we make every effort to ensure the accuracy of our information, details may have changed since the time of writing. Please be sure to verify directly prior to travel. Remember, research and planning are critical to adventure travel, and you are ultimately responsible for your own safety. Adventure Insider assumes no responsibility or liability, either expressed or implied, for your safety.

Adventure Insider is written for outdoor enthusiasts by outdoor enthusiasts. Each and every review is conducted by Adventure Insider staff or guest writers and reflect real world field use. Weight, dimensions, and other measurements may differ from manufacturer information due to the fact we take the time to measure them ourselves. Occasionally we receive demonstration gear for review, but be assured that at no time will a favorable review ever be for sale. We stand by all recommendations we make. If we wouldn't recommend it to our family and friends, we won't recommend it to you. If you disagree or have a question about something, please do not hesitate to let us know.

Live To Explore was originally founded as Adventure Insider in 2008 as an alternative to large adventure travel websites and magazines.

Our original focus of little known Adventure Travel trips remains, but today the primary Live To Explore is show great ways anyone can Explore their life.

In the years since AI was founded, our lives have changed dramatically. Maturity, life partners, children, and a better understanding of our short time on this earth have revealed a few truths.
Truth #1: Life is about exploring everything from your local town to the far reaches of the planet.
Truth #2: The simple things, like learning to cook a new dish or the wonders of your local trail, are worthy of exploring and can profoundly effect your life.
Truth #3: Adventure is grand, however living to explore every aspect of your surroundings will change you.

As our adventure of exploration continues, Live To Explore will focus on Outdoor, Food, Family, Travel, and Off-Highway topics. We'll be exploring every step of the way.

Join Us.

The original About Adventure Insider:
Adventure Insider is for those looking to get away from civilization as well as the crowds. Our goal is to find little known trips and share them with you. In addition we review the gear we use as well as tips and tricks for use in the field. Adventure Insider staff writers are very experienced in their fields. Our experts have extensive experience in backpacking, guiding on rock, instructing SCUBA diving, and teaching survival to military aircrew members. We have the experience to find to the remote trips and bring you field tested instruction. In fact, many of our writers do this for a living and own their own companies. We will, of course, visit and share trips on more visited places, urban adventures and the like. After all, what trip to the west is complete without a visit to Glacier National Park. We will be trying to keep heavily visited and lottery based trips to a minimum, so please join us as we explore the lesser known.

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