There was a time not that long ago that outdoor adventure gear and normal everyday apparel were two different categories of clothing. That time has gone.
Death Valley is arguably one of the most stunning and diverse landscapes in the west. Not only can you visit the lowest elevation below sea level in the lower 48, but you can often look at snow capped mountains from the same spot during the winter and early spring months. Learn what makes this landscape so special to Coalatree Ambassador Peter Coskun.
When Coalatree was founded in 2010, one of our goals was to give back to the environment and to our community. Eight years later those goals still ring true.
As we finally left the darkness we were greeted by one of the best views I could have imagined. A few small buildings clustered in this valley with walls of granite rising behind and on either side of us. And directly in front of us, the ocean, glimmering under the low-lying Arctic sun. We were here. Unstad.
With tired, achey feet, we barely made it to camp before dark, pitched our tent, and quickly got to work melting snow for drinking and dinner. We saw exactly two other people that day.
We knew that seeing a tiger in the wild was not going to be easy. There are less than 3,000 tigers left and their populations and habitat are shrinking every day.
We at Coalatree pride ourselves on making eco-friendly goods you can take anywhere. In every step of the design, manufacturing, and shipping process, we look for ways to be more sustainable and minimize our impact.
Summer visits revealed the monsoon storms over the canyon looking for any chance to catch lightning striking the rim or within the canyon. My winter visits seemed to be more invested in watching low clouds linger and rise in and out of the canyon creating windows of deep shadow, and vibrant bright highlights.
“Don’t do this,” he whispered over and over again. Finally I hissed at him to shut up, and his mantra changed to “You’re the bravest person I know” on repeat.
With the advent of spring comes the season to photograph the Milky Way. Coalatree Ambassador Zak Stone shares his process and some tips you can use...
Whether you’re thru-hiking, backpacking a short section, or just looking for a stunning day hike, here are seven panoramas you won’t want to miss.
In honor of International Women's Day, we're highlighting just a few of the many women who have been inspirations in the world of adventure sports....
My goal was to spread environmental awareness, teach good Leave No Trace ethics, and help others to respect the outdoors… but it seemed as if something was missing. Were people paying attention to me, or what I was saying?
Our brains are wired to be outside. How do you #GreetTheOutdoors?
The first step to caring about our wilderness begins with seeing a photograph of a beautiful place. These five simple yet powerful techniques will help you to better portray the beauty of the places you visit.
New Zealand is home to an endless amount of waterfalls, coasts, forests, hot springs, and green rolling hills. Hunter Page explores it all.
Daniel Norris is not your typical professional athlete. You won't find him taking luxurious vacations or living in a million-dollar mansion--in fact, quite the opposite. Daniel Norris of the Toronto Blue Jays lives in a van.
See what all the hype is about! Our pals at GearJunkie test out our Trailhead Adventure Pant.
What it means to have a "gratitude practice," and how a few simple changes can lead to major shifts in our well-being.
After six years of watching the perpetual bobber down , yelling “set”, catching the same fish twice in a week, and getting boxed in on both sides by other anglers... we decided we were ready for a brief intermission.
Being outside makes us happier, more productive, and healthier. But how?