Not sure what to get the adventurers whose gear closet overfloweth? You can always give the gift of adventure by getting a certificate for a ski tour, a mountaineering or climbing course, or a photography or ski-building workshop. If you're looking for something different that is neither gear nor an adventure, here are a few ideas to keep the outdoor spirit alive every day.
Keep track of your national park visits with this handcrafted wooden map from PTO Studio.
Bring Outdoor Project home with a custom poster map of California, Oregon, Washington, or Colorado. Twenty percent of store proceeds benefit non-profit partners of your choice!
Customize your adventure journal with one of Portland Leather Goods' custom stamped leather journals. Pick one of their outdoorsy designs or create your own.
A membership with ReddyYeti goes far beyond a year’s worth of discounts on outdoor gear—give the gift that keeps on giving and save your loved one up to 50% off 100+ startups and small business in the outdoor space. Sign up now and get yourself a free month while you're at it!
What's better than your favorite ale or cocktail on the rocks of your favorite mountain? These handblown glasses from North Drinkware are beautiful and functional.
You can get blankets anywhere, but if you purchase one from Sackcloth + Ashes, another blanket will be donated to the homeless in your area. Seems like a win-win to us!
If you can't be out on an adventure, what's better than curling up with a good book about adventure? Cabin Porn seems like a good place to start.
Again, bring the outdoors in with nature-inspired art like these incredible mountainscapes by Nick Terrel.
Whether the mountains are calling you to go hiking or to cuddle in at home, keep adventure close with cozy pillows for your couch or bed.