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The View From Here

Starting March 21, our team of adventurer-expeditioners is setting out to trek, bike, run, ski and SUP to a few of the planet’s most incredible places. Follow along with #opView

Outpost Travel Magazine View From Here

Dolomites Via Ferratas

Via ferrata means iron road, or iron way, in Italian. Whether you want to call it extreme hiking or climbing lite, it’s a hell of a way to experience these mountains. And we had come here to do just that.

Dolomites Via Ferratas

Waking the Sleeping Giant

In search of an amazing view, Team Outpost heads to Sleeping Giant Provincial Park. Deep in the wilderness of Northern Ontario is a paradise for cross-country skiing and capturing the perfect view. 

Sleeping Giant Photo Collage

The Desert Nomads Gather

The men on camels emerge like ghost riders through thick veils of Saharan dust as they stampede toward the festival grounds. Tightly wound turbans conceal all but the riders’ eyes. 

The Desert Nomads Cure Salee

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