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Issue 19 Released


Aaron Zagrodnick
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Aaron Zagrodnick

Issue 19 of TrailGroove Magazine is now available! Click the preceding link or the cover below to take a look:

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In This Issue:

Backpacking the Bighorn Mountains

Baxter State Park

Jargon: Baffle

Kahtoola MICROSpikes Review

Thru Hiking the Appalachian Trail

Trail News

Gear Mash

Tip: Altitude Acclimatization

Photo Tips from the Trail: Mountain Light

The Colorado Plateau

Backcountry Cuisine: Southwest Style Omelet

Wolverine Canyon – Grand Starcase-Escalante

Trees: A Confession

Over 100 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. Your input is highly appreciated. Let us know what you thought about Issue 19 here on the TrailGroove Forum, or shoot us an email anytime. Thanks for reading and keep an eye out for Issue 20, due out in January.

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Enjoyed reading TrailGroove Issue 19 on Thanksgiving Day. We all have a great deal to be thankful for.

As far as the charge vs C. Nocket (see page 9) defacing petroglyphs and several National Parks, I can only call for justice. The guilty party needs to take responsibility for their actions, and offset the harm they've done—by apologizing and repairing the damage no matter how long it takes, no matter the cost to the guilty party.

If this sounds harsh, would it just be better to put the person responsible behind bars? Sorry, defacing national treasures makes me angry. What is the proper punishment?

Gary M

Olathe, Kansas

"Isn't the purpose of hiking and backpacking to enjoy the freedom and wonders of the outdoors? To see and explore the beauty of nature first-hand? To experience the trail as if it is your first time seeing such things?"

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