Outdoor activities such as biking, climbing and hiking keep you active during the warmer months. Learn more about snow sports like bobsledding and the Iditarod to keep you moving this winter.
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Magnet fishing is just what it sounds like: fishing with high-powered magnets instead of bait. It's grown in popularity during the COVID-19 pandemic but why? And what exactly are people fishing for?
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By John Donovan
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Hiking is growing in popularity, thanks in part to COVID-19 spurring more people into the outdoors. But before you head out on that trail, there are some 'trail etiquette' guidelines to be aware of.
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The Boy Scouts of America will no longer include the word 'boy' in its official name. Opinions differ on the change.
By John Donovan
The National Park Service is considering making RSVPs mandatory for Zion National Park, as crowds have overrun the park.
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By John Donovan