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Halvor Tweto | 12.03.2015

With 126 adventures published in the month of November, there is plenty of outstanding new material to peruse on Outdoor Project. Contributors have been busy in Utah, Colorado, and British Columbia, and adventures in these areas have never looked so enticing. Mountain biking adventures have been pouring in from both Utah and B.C.! You can check these out with a quick search by map, filtering for mountain biking, and moving to the area you're interested in exploring. Also, November saw the rollout of two new national park overviews to feature, Rocky Mountain National Park and Death Valley National Park. Each is a labor of love for these special places, and each includes links to individual adventures in the parks. These adventure resources are a perfect way to start planning a trip in 2016. Bet you can't click just one!

We've added a large sample of November's additions to the Featured Adventures below, and here are a few remarkable escapades to get you started:

Hiking in the late alpine glow in Garibaldi Provincial Park. Photo by Duncan Sadava.
  • Panorama Ridge: An absolutely stunning tour through B.C.'s Garibaldi Provincial Park. Duncan's lens catches some truly enviable images.
  • Capitola: John put together a charming profile of this little town near Santa Cruz, a beautiful place to catch a sunset and a good wave.
  • Zebra Canyon + Tunnel Slot Hike: A thorough and informative write-up with beautiful images of some unreal rock formations; Jesse brings you right into this awesome trek.
  • Bottom Moose River: Surprise! Eric has shared a few great adventures from the East, but this New York whitewater run has to be one of his most thorough pieces of work. 
McKee Springs Petroglyphs in Dionsaur National Monument. Photo by Denis LeBlanc.

Browse through some of the Featured Adventures below, and if you see one you like, don't hesitate to thank the Contributor as you leave a comment!


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