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Trails Magazine Issue 3

Trails Magazine Issue 3

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Issue 3 of Trails Magazine dives into autumn with a plethora of fall foliage and colors, cooler-weather paddling trips, and controversial looks at the use of public lands, mixed into 88-pages beautiful photography, illustrated trail maps, and the best adventure stories found anywhere, printed on 80-pound paper and with fewer ads than any magazine you'll find on grocery store shelves. Stories in Issue 3 include:

  • A look at the controversy swirling around one Montana lodge and what it says about who can use our public lands. 
  • The surprising queer history of the Civilian Conservation Corps. 
  • A weekend adventure paddling deep into one of North America's most striking canyons. 
  • A feature examining what it takes to build a thru-hike across the most densely-populated state in the country. 
  • An opinion about why, if you truly want to unlock your creativity, you need to plan your backpacking trips less. 
  • A backpacking recipe for a traditional West African stew. 
  • A spread about why and how you should be foraging for food on your next trip. 
  • Our new rubric about backpacking experiments, including building a tent from Home Depot supplies. 
  • Miranda Webster on backcountry anxiety and how to manage it. 
  • Our editor's strong opinion about the ultralight craze. 
  • And pages more. 

You won't find any of these stories online. The only way to read them is to pick up a copy of Issue 3 while supplies last. 

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