Every week we’re rounding up camping and outdoor news, along with stories you might have missed from The Dyrt Magazine and around the web. This week, enjoy a Glacier campground review from The Dyrt camper Deanna C. Will yours be next?
The kids are heading back to school soon, and the occasional cool day is sneaking into the forecast.
Some us can’t wait to pull a soft sweater over our heads and watch the leaves change. Others are scrambling for ways to soak up those last rays of hot summer sun. Either way, the changing of seasons give us even more reasons to get outside.
(And did we mention there’s still plenty of time to win free camping gear?)
What You Missed From The Dyrt Magazine
- Take your family camping without sacrificing a good night’s sleep. The kids might even sleep better than at home.
- Whether he’s road tripping or kite boarding, Andrew Muse never leaves his dog at home. But this life of adventure hasn’t come without obstacles.
- Recovery efforts commence after Hurricane Lane (which was downgraded to a tropical storm) dumped nearly four feet of rain on Hawaii.
- These camping destinations will be bursting with fall colors soon. [Gregory Packs]
- Coffee drinkers, you’re going to want to know about this new camp coffee. [Nature’s Coffee Kettle]
Outdoor News + Stories We’re Reading
- “She’s the most efficient fly caster on the planet,” Chris Korich, coach of Maxine McCormick told The New York Times. (She’s also fourteen.) [New York Times]
- Outdoor influencers prove that Instagram can be much more than pretty photos. Some are using their influence to LNT, public land access, and more. [Racked]
- Tax payers will suffer as California wildfires hit the tourism industry hard. [LA Times]
- A hiker was hospitalized in Ireland after be struck by a falling sheep. [The Irish Times]
From The Dyrt Magazine Archives
Each week we’re digging back into The Dyrt Magazine for articles we think you’ll love:
Experience the Hidden Wilderness of Zion at Kolob Canyons
Around 3 million people visit Zion National Park each year. But Kolob Canyon offers a stunning and surprisingly quiet side of this popular destination.Read the Article
Campground of the Week: Johnson’s of St. Mary Glacier Campground, MT
“Johnson’s Campground is conveniently located near the east entrance of Glacier National Park… I love staying here because I can get up early and get into the park, up to Logan’s Pass, before the crowds begin to filter in.” — The Dyrt Camper Deanna C.
View more photos and reviews of Johnson’s Campground & RV Resort in Montana.