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Gear Report: The Eddie Bauer Adventure Guide Ap
Posted on August 22, 2014

A few weeks back we officially launched the Eddie Bauer Adventure Guide ap. So far it’s been getting rave reviews from outlets as diverse as Outside Magazine and the American Kennel Club. The reason—it’s a guide to finding your next hiking, biking, kayaking or overall active adventure in active epicenters around the country. Check it out as a pocket resource for ticking off your next epic or your next adventure. Download it here or read the full breakdown below. —LYA Editor

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Kyle Miller Completes Full Circuit of Southeast Asia
Posted on August 19, 2014

Sunrise over Angkor Wat

Our favorite world-traveling vagabond—Kyle Miller—just completed a lap through Southeast Asia on his way to the southern snow season in New Zealand. Along the way, he checked out Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, and Bali, alternating between the temples of Angkor Wat, the beaches of  Vietnam, and the moped culture of Bali. In classic Kyle Miller form, he did it all on a shoestring budget, exuding his characteristic global optimism and in one pair of Eddie Bauer Full Circuit shoes.

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Destination Torngat Audio Dispatches from the George and the Ford
Posted on August 15, 2014

Stargazer at Dusk

Wednesday we ran the latest sat-uplinked blog post from the Destiantion Torngat expedition and their progress down the mighty George River to the ocean in Labrador. They are way the heck out there, now deep in virgin whitewater, but are keeping us updated via DeLorme InReach and audio dispatch. Today, we’re highlighting the audio dispatches from the Destination Torngat expedition’s last week of tracked progress through Nutillilik, the Ford River, the mouth of the George and Kangiqsualujjuaq. —LYA Editor

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Destination Torngat Reaches the End of the George and Runs the Ford—Part Four
Posted on August 13, 2014

Sunset on the George

We’ve been tracking the progress of Destination Torngat deep in Labrador’s wilderness for the past few weeks. So far, it’s been an epic kayaking tale of historical canoe routes, swarming mosquitoes, and long flatwater paddles in the remote Canadian wilderness destined to become Canada’s next national park. But the big news is that the team has reached the end of the George, swapped out Erik Boomer for Chris Korbulic on their roster, and headed further afield to tackle the rarely-run whitewater of these stunningly remote mountains. And they’ve added a serious deterrent capability for the polar bears. Yes, polar bears. Ben Stookesberry checked in with his update via satellite uplink and Delorme InReach, and this is his visual, audio and written report from the wilderness. —LYA Editor

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Caroline George Rediscovers Classic Canadian Rock in Squamish on Written in Stone
Posted on August 7, 2014

Caroline George climbing in Squamish-7

When Eddie Bauer guide and Chamonix resident Caroline George headed for our summer guide meeting on America’s west coast she saw an opportunity. Rather than fly direct to Seattle only to land jetlagged in three days of product meetings, George extended her solo stay to include a pre-diversion to the towering granite faces of Squamish, BC. In typical CG form, she squeezed in a 3,000-vertical-foot hike/run up Sea to Sky trail, a morning BC-style yoga class, a crushing session at the Pet Wall and then—with friend and fellow guide Jasmin Caton—one of the first repeats of Written In Stone, a new 5.11d route on the Prow Wall—all before she dropped into our product meetings.

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Eddie Bauer Welcomes Splitboarder Liz Daley to our Guide and Athlete Team
Posted on August 6, 2014

Liz Daley on Mt. Baker

Eddie Bauer is pleased to announce the addition of hard-charging splitboarder, alpine climber, and mountain guide Liz Daley to our guide and athlete team. Born and raised in Washington, Daley launched into the backcountry on the proving ground of Mt. Baker’s Shuksan Arm, then migrated to Chamonix, where she learned to master steep, technical descents during six consecutive winters in residence.

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Ben Stookesberry Checks In from the Mighty George in the Torngat Wilderness—Part Three
Posted on August 3, 2014


One day after our last Destination Torngat update, we heard from Ben Stookesberry again—at latitude 57deg 10min—this time with an update of the team’s contact with a geological survey crew, a slow 7KB-per-second sat-uplink upload of new images and a report of their progress down the might George River in the wilderness of Labrador. For those of you who missed our first report or our audio dispatch upload, the longboat kayak trip is a two-month expedition kayaking mission deep into the Torngat Mountains of Canada’s Labrador region through a rarely visited 10,000-square-kilometer national park to the iceberg-choked waters of the Labrador Sea. It’s been an epic so far, but tracking their progress via sat uplink and DeLorme InReach has added an entire new level to armchair adventuring. Check out Ben’s update, their current GPS location and their multi-media uploads below. —LYA Editor

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