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Issue 25 Released


Aaron Zagrodnick
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Issue 25 of TrailGroove Magazine is now available! Click the preceding link or the cover below to take a look:

 TrailGroove Backpacking and Hiking Magazine Issue 25

In This Issue:

Jargon: EN Rating

Trail News

Trail Tip: Hiking Solo

Shoulder Season in the Sierra

Hiking to Chilnualna Falls, Yosemite

Backpacking the Laugavegur Trail, Iceland

The NCT Arrowhead Re-route

Platypus GravityWorks Water Filter Review

The Great Plains - Overlooked Wilderness

Gear Mash

Photos Tips from the Trail: Opposites

Media: The Old Ways

Backcountry Cuisine: One Pot Thanksgiving

Cold

163 free pages dedicated to backpacking and hiking. Special thanks to all of our readers and contributors for your support and contributions towards the latest issue! If it's your first time viewing the magazine, we suggest starting on Page 1 for viewing tips and tricks. Prefer a different format or want to view the magazine offline? A PDF is also available individually or included with a premium membership. Your input is highly appreciated. Let us know what you thought about Issue 25 here on the TrailGroove Forum, or shoot us an email anytime. Thanks for reading and keep an eye out for Issue 26, due out in January.

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Another great issue. The trip reports had me mentally adding to my wish list.  I enjoyed reading of stories in my neck of the woods, but in particular the Kearsarge Pass piece, as I hiked up Kearsarge just this past July.  I have to ask, is a professional photographer present on every trek?  Must be so as all the images are coffee-table book worthy! 

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Thanks TollerMom, and glad to hear the wish list is growing...I thought that was a great article as well. 

12 hours ago, TollerMom said:

I have to ask, is a professional photographer present on every trek?  Must be so as all the images are coffee-table book worthy! 

Yes, in nearly all cases the author themselves! :) We are very lucky to have some great contributors on board.

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