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Man murdered on Appalachian Trail found solace from his PTSD in the outdoors?

Man murdered on Appalachian Trail found solace from his PTSD in the outdoors The man who was stabbed and killed on the Appalachian Trail last week has been identified as Oklahoma resident and Army veteran Ronald Sanchez. Sanchez served three tours of duty in Iraq and came away from his years of service suffering from […] The post Man murdered on Appalachian Trail found solace from his PTSD in the outdoors? appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine. ...


King of the Manhattan Lap

The kayaker who takes Manhattan by boat  New York lends itself to visions of tourist throngs crossing Times Square, subways populated with anonymous faces, and scenes of yellow cabs, infinite skyscrapers and endless restaurants animated with the unmistakable buzz of movement. Of life. But thatís New York City by land and quite frankly, nothing has […] The post King of the Manhattan Lap appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine. ...


Eat Sleep Play: Oconee County

Oconee County, tucked in the most northwest corner of South Carolina, is bordered by three lakes. From the Cherokee word “Ae-quo-nee” meaning “land beside the water,” Oconee County lives up to its name with waterfalls, lakes, and streams a-plenty. We saw more wildlife here in a few days then we have during the rest of […] The post Eat Sleep Play: Oconee County appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine. ...


Why We Still Need Maps: Purple Lizard Charts Recreation in the Mid-Atlantic

Our group of four are spread across a grassy helicopter pad in southwestern Pennsylvania’s Ohiopyle State Park. We are at a familiar place for many of the one-and-a-half million annual visitors to Ohiopyle, the back of a parking area at the takeout of the Lower Youghiogheny River, known as Old Mitchell Place. Yet at the […] The post Why We Still Need Maps: Purple Lizard Charts Recreation in the Mid-Atlantic appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine. ...


Trail Mix: Groundhog Gravy & The Gauley River

Groundhog Gravy swings by the Trail Mix blog to chat up music and whitewater rafting. The post Trail Mix: Groundhog Gravy & The Gauley River appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine. ...


Getting There: Maps vs. Apps

What role do print maps play for outdoor adventurers in the digital age  Pisgah Map Companyís Pete Kennedy has a few ideas. Pete Kennedy has never worried about his ability to make good maps. When the first batch of his first product arrived from the printer a decade ago, he could see that, of course, […] The post Getting There: Maps vs. Apps appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine. ...