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Denmark, with a landscape as flat as a pancake, might be a new whimsical destination for skiing, thanks to Copenhagen's new power plant. That's right. Last weekend in Copenhagen, an 8-year dream was realized when the first paying skiers took t

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Portable, cordless air-compressors aren't exactly new, but they're often bulky, limited in scope and ugly. In response to these issues, a team of engineers and product designers from Hong Kong has come up with the Norshire Mini, a compact, minimalist

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The backpacking gear market is saturated with super-compact, ultralight canister stoves, but the new Primus Firestick looks quite different from the pack. The 3.5-oz (99 g) burner folds down into a cylinder that's smaller than an 8.4-oz can of Red Bu

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President Trump isn't much of an outdoorsman, aside from golf. But maybe more than any president since Teddy Roosevelt, he understands the importance of others getting outside to boat, hunt, fish, shoot, and hike and their demands for access to

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Incredible moment yoga instructor, 35, who went on a hike in a Hawaii forest and got LOST for two weeks is hoisted to safety after 'surviving on MOTHS and sleeping in a boar's den' before rescue crews spotted her

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The idea of overlanding in an electric vehicle, meandering miles and miles off the electrical grid for days on end, has so far been largely unfathomable, a bit terrifying, even. But we've seen that it's not impossible, and now electric truck startup

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Long known for its Go and Go-Easy gear-hauling tent trailers, SylvanSport has debuted its first hard-sided trailer at this week's RVX show. Like the Go trailers, the all-new Vast is a dual-purpose toy-hauler/camper, only this trailer packs even more

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