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The backcountry is where you play, unwind, and connect with nature. We have everything you need to get you there.
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Backcountry 4h
Picture this: you floating through The Greatest Snow on Earth in Park City, UT. Enter for a chance to win a Park City Winter Getaway for 2 & Backcountry GORE-TEX kits here:
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Backcountry 20h
"When it comes to riding in the park, fear is my biggest limiting factor. I still get scared every time I’m about to try something new...but it's a great place to build confidence and remember not to take life so seriously." Photo: Instagram's arielleshipe
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Backcountry Nov 19
For almost 30 years, Utah Open Lands has been working to safeguard what many of us love the most: the outdoors. Backcountry spoke to Executive Director Wendy Fisher about how will continue to protect outdoor spaces for generations to come:
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Backcountry Nov 18
Replying to @backcountry
They’re now on a mission to share this unique nitro cold-brew blend with outdoor enthusiasts everywhere. We’re thrilled to be supporting them in achieving their mission—cheers to the future, and watch out for Wild Barn on Backcountry soon.
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Backcountry Nov 18
Replying to @backcountry
Jenny grew up in the coffee business, spent years perfecting her formula in the lab, then brought her best friend, Alyssa on as co-founder to come up with the cheeky packaging design.
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Backcountry Nov 18
Replying to @backcountry
We’ll help Jenny & Alyssa expand distribution into new key markets by serving Wild Barn coffee across the country at our events and fueling our Gearheads through the holiday season at our Salt Lake City location.
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Backcountry Nov 18
Cold-brew fans, you’ll soon be able to get your fix on Backcountry—we’re partnering with Wild Barn Coffee and founders Jenny & Alyssa to help grow their business by welcoming Wild Barn to our line-up.
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Backcountry Nov 17
Replying to @Blockdog13
Nope!
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Backcountry Nov 17
We celebrated the start of winter this weekend with our community and employees at our Winter Kickoff Party benefitting the Utah Avalanche Center (). The evening was more than enough to get us ready for the season. We can't wait to see you all out there.
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Backcountry Nov 17
Replying to @Bellsagna
They were one of the companies impacted by our legal actions, and we're now working out how to make things right with all parties affected—our partnership with Backcountry Babes is just the first step.
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Backcountry Nov 17
"Hiking 15 miles with a baby was definitely a challenge, but it was so worth it to enjoy a few minutes with this perfect view." -- Backcountry Employee
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Backcountry Nov 16
Hey Amy and Amelia - this is just the first step, we've spent the last few weeks working out how to make things right with all parties affected by our legal actions—and we'll have more updates to share in the future.
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Backcountry Nov 16
The Wander Women Collective spent the summer disconnecting from social media to connect with like-minded women on outdoor adventures. We recently celebrated their adventures over a happy hour in our Park City office—our employees & local customers were inspired by their stories.
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Backcountry Nov 16
"Do you know who you are? And if so, what experiences uncover that knowledge for you? For me, this sums it up." Photo: Instagram's kammitchellphoto with nicolehandel
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Backcountry Nov 16
Hey there. We apologize for the inconvenience. If you send us a private message with your email address, we'll make sure that you are removed from our mailing list.
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Backcountry Nov 16
Replying to @TJuby01
Backcountry Babes was one of the companies impacted by our legal actions. We can't change the way we handled ourselves, but moving forward we are committed to making this right, starting with this partnership.
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Backcountry Nov 15
Replying to @alexpdx88
Hi Alex. Backcountry Babes was indeed one of the companies that were impacted by our legal actions. We can't go back and change the way we handled the situation, but moving forward we are committed to make this right, starting with this partnership.
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Backcountry Nov 15
Replying to @jamesshewmaker
This is just the first step. We have spent the last few weeks working out how to make things right with all parties affected by our legal actions—and we'll have more updates to share in the future.
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Backcountry Nov 15
Replying to @alexpdx88
We can't go back and change our actions, but we are honored to move forward in a positive way and work with Backcountry Babes to help grow their business.
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Backcountry Nov 15
Replying to @alexpdx88
Please know that we've learned from this situation and are working behind the scenes to be a better business and better members of the outdoor community. We're not done yet and hope you'll give us a chance to earn back your trust over time with our actions.
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