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Outdoor Afro's logo on top of a forest full of trees.A celebration of Black History in the Outdoors Outdoor Afro, the nation’s leading, cutting edge network that celebrates and inspires Black connections and leadership in nature, has highlighted notable Black historical figures, places and recent achievements of Black people related to outdoor recreation. We encourage you to follow @outdoorafro on Instagram and read through the entire series. Matthew Henson  Matthew Henson was born in Maryland in 1866, the son of free sharecroppers. He was orphaned at the age of 7 or 8. Henson found work as a cabin boy and seaman and did so for several years before being hired as a valet on one of Peary’s survey expeditions. This began a decades-long working relationship with Peary. Henson’s skills were unmatched, and he made a total of seven voyages to the Arctic with Peary. On April 6, 1909, Henson became the first person to set foot on the North Pole. Four Inuit (Indigenous people of northern Canada), whose names were Egingwah, Ootah, Ooqueah, and Seegloo, assisted Peary and Henson. Charles M. Crenchaw In 1964, Charles Madison Crenchaw became the first Black man to reach the summit of Mount McKinley, also known as Denali, the highest peak in North America. During...
With more people getting out and enjoying our wild places, there is increased impact on the places we travel. As good steward of our public lands we need to take steps to reduce our impact and take care of the places we play. Hammocks are a prime examples of minimum impact shelters.  When used with appropriate, tree friendly suspension systems, hammocks don’t alter the natural environment. The smaller our footprint, the less likely we are to impact existing plant and wildlife.
FlyLords Fly FishingFollow along with our friends at FLYLORDS as they embark upon a bucket-list worthy Alaskan fly-fishing adventure that dreams are made of! Pics by – see more fishing adventures on Instagram @flylords
“My golden retriever Ember and I love hanging out in our ENO DoubleNest. It’s big enough for both of us, but sometimes Ember doesn’t like to share! Can you blame her?! I try to take my ENO with me everywhere, because you never know when you’ll want to hangout and enjoy the scenery. Hammocks aren’t just for summertime activities and warm climates. Some of the best hammocking spots can be found and accessed in the winter, when bodies of water are frozen over! On this particular day, Ember and I went hiking and then spent a chill afternoon soaking up some much-needed sunshine and enjoying the breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and frozen sea ice that stacks up along the shoreline. I love the face that Ember is making at me in the photo. It’s almost like she’s saying, “Don’t even think about asking me to move over…” She won :)” Kyle Rudy: March 2016 Photo Contest Winner   Check out more of Ember’s adventures on Instagram @emberbristol Don’t leave it up to Kyle and Ember to have all the fun! Get outside in April and share your hammock adventures with us through our Photo Contest! We feature our...
Let the countdown begin! Okeechobee Fest is almost here and we are excited to be partnering up for one of the first music festivals of the year.
This past weekend I explored a new hike in Yosemite National Park! I hiked to two beautiful lookout spots off of Glacier Road: Sentinel Dome and Taft Point.
July 22nd is National Hammock Day and we’re kind of excited!!! Hammock culture is spreading like wildfire and hammockers are amazingly creative, adventurous, and definitely chill!
Info-Graphic by James Kaiser Make your voice heard! The Department of the Interior is currently seeking public comment on the proposed review of 27 national Monuments. The comment period closes July 9, 2017. Comment here:  
The Nomad is the 4th offering in the growing line of hammock stands designed by ENO.  The portable, lightweight Nomad Hammock Stand is constructed of aluminum alloy and weighs only 15 lbs.

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