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Trails Magazine Issue 2

Trails Magazine Issue 2

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The second Issue of Trails Magazine is longer (weighing in at 80-pages), more beautiful, and even better than its predecessor. You'll find pages of 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 Two include:

  • The story behind the spy agency selling access to our public lands through 
  • Photos from epic backpacking and horsepacking trips in the Colorado mountains. 
  • Reporting that asks the question "Is the backcountry wilderness better off without us?"
  • A look back at a historic hut in the Canadian Rockies and what it's demise says about the state of our warming world. 
  • The Yelp-style review of a wall-less outhouse in the North Cascades. 
  • Miranda Webster's inaugural Trail Obscura column takes a swing at curing backpacking imposter syndrome. 
  • Blazes highlighting an early trail builder in New Hampshire, an attempt to stop the Emerald Ash Borer on the AT, the Montana Trail, and more. 
  • A love letter to getting off trail with a map and compass. 
  • A report from the second woman to ever hike the length of the Grand Canyon. 
  • And a whole lot more.

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

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