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‘Worst Possible Site’: SELC Sues to Protect Cumberland Island from Commercial Spaceport

Camden County, Georgia, is proposing to build a commercial spaceport that would launch orbital and sub-orbital rockets eastward over populated areas, including the Intercostal Waterway, Little Cumberland Island, and Cumberland Island National Seashore. But according to litigation filed by the Southern Environmental Law Center (SELC) on October 17, 2018, the risks of the project have […] The post ‘Worst Possible Site’: SELC Sues to Protect Cumberland Island from Commercial Space...


Quick Hits: Hiker with Parkinson’s Climbs 40 Appalachian Peaks Over 6,000 Feet

Asheville man battling Parkinson’s climbs 40 WNC peaks over 6,000 feet When Bob DeBrecht was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in June 2015 it didn’t stop him from tackling the Carolina Mountain Club’s most difficult hiking challenge. The South Beyond 6,000 requires hikers to reach the peak of 40 of Western North Carolina’s mountains over 6,000 […] The post Quick Hits: Hiker with Parkinson’s Climbs 40 Appalachian Peaks Over 6,000 Feet appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine. ...


Quick Hits: Beer and Climate Change + U.S. Soldier Makes Podium at Military World Climbing Championships

U.S. Soldier Makes Podium at First Ever American Appearance at Military World Climbing Championships When First Lieutenant Tyler Casey flew to Mitterdorf, Austria to compete in the Military World Climbing Championships, he wasn’t expecting much. Casey, a Dallas, Texas native who began climbing while in college at the University of Arkansas, was the first American […] The post Quick Hits: Beer and Climate Change + U.S. Soldier Makes Podium at Military World Climbing Championships appeared f...


BIG DAY IN THE BLUE RIDGE: Two premier races on the same morning every fall

Two beloved races—the Green Race and Shut-In—attract the region’s best paddlers and trail runners. The first Saturday in November is always one of the most exciting: both the Green River Race and the Shut-In Ridge Trail Race are held on the same morning, and they are only about 30 miles from each other in Western […] The post BIG DAY IN THE BLUE RIDGE: Two premier races on the same morning every fall appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine. ...


Trail Mix – December 2018

Brand new tracks from Donna The Buffalo, J.D. McPherson, Ryley Walker, Jamie Lin Wilson, The Infamous Stringdusters, and many more on 2018s final edition of Trail Mix. The post Trail Mix – December 2018 appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine. ...


BREAKING: Rescuers Search for Missing Hiker Near Roanoke

Paul Youmans, age 34, was last seen early on the morning of Monday, December 3, 2018 at his home in Roanoke. The post BREAKING: Rescuers Search for Missing Hiker Near Roanoke appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine. ...