Words and photos by Coalatree Ambassador Eric Bennett. Follow him on Instagram @bennettfilm. President Trump arrived at the Capitol Building in Sal...
Eric Bennett heads up the Colorado Plateau to take our new Puffy Kachula for a test drive.
Joe Jackson, Outside Online's Gear Guy, takes the Trailhead Pants for a test run. Read why he says they're "damn near perfect."
The leaves are changing and the winds are shifting, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy sunshine and warmth.
A 22,000-mile loop around North America? Count us in.
Contrary to what many folks may believe, social media serves as a vital resource in conserving our last remaining wild and natural places.
In January, I woke up in the coolness of the Sonoran desert listening to coyotes howl as twilight broke. In February, I got a major ego check as I struggled up boulders in Joshua Tree.
With no itinerary and minimal planning, Hunter heads out for a week in the Four Corners.
Our resident bear expert shares some tips on getting along with bears in the backcountry. Take 'em or leave em…but you should take 'em.
How do the Trailhead Pants hold up as the only pair of pants for a month-long solo journey through Patagonia?
What's all the buzz? HiConsumption reviews our first ever Kickstarter success: the Kachula Adventure Blanket.
Guatemala isn’t known for its mountain biking. And that’s a good thing. This yet-to-be-overrun spot is littered with great riding on everything fro...
Like we always say when it comes to outdoor activities, safety first. Unless of course you are a landscape photographer, then the photos come first.
Our Loafer Hammock and Kachula Adventure Blanket were recently featured in a Bespoke Post subscription box. Read the review here!
Watch Eric Porter ride a picturesque ridge, high above remote Alaskan backcountry. Eric Porter has spent 15 years traveling the world in sear...
As a full time landscape photographer, it gets harder and harder for me to top each trip. After you have been to places with amazing wilderness like Iceland, Nepal, the Swiss Alps, and many of the US’s National Parks, you can tend to become a little desensitized and hard to impress.