March 2018

The March 2018 Issue of Blue Ridge Outdoors is Live!

By BRO Admin | 02 Mar 18
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March 2018 Cover Blue Ridge Outdoors

We’re excited to announce that our March 2018 issue is out! In this issue we take a look into the region’s best trout towns, the endangered Red Wolf, murder in the mountains, and we head down to the coast to profile some folks from our beaches. A Note From The Editor The Red Wolves’ Last…

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A Really, Really Long Walk In The Woods

By Jess Daddio | 01 Mar 18
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Hiking for a really, really long time

Aside from the tattered hem on his shirt and the quintessential hiker beard, you might never suspect that Andrew “Crash” Sherry has spent the better part of the past 18 months hiking. Originally from just outside of Melbourne, Australia, Crash is 29 and an engineer by trade. After thru-hiking the PCT in 99 days, Crash…

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Right On The Edge: Navy Training Range Spells Trouble For Right Wales

By Jedd Ferris | 01 Mar 18
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right whale

The waters off the Atlantic coast are as much a highway as I-95, with leisure, commercial, and marine life traffic in constant motion up and down the Gulf Stream. Countless animals call this area home, including the extremely endangered North Atlantic right whale. Driven to near extinction before whale hunting was banned in 1935, the…

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Code Red: The Endangered Red Wolf May Go Extinct In The Wild This Year

By BRO Staff | 01 Mar 18
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Red Wolf Facing Extinction

IN THE ALLIGATOR RIVER NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE, winter is a time of waiting. On the gravel roads that run between the canals and the dense impenetrable forest, biologists wait silently in the cold air for a glimpse of the dusky red canid who calls this small patch of land home. Far away, others are waiting…

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Quick Hits: March 2018

By Jedd Ferris | 01 Mar 18
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New Virginia Bouldering Park

New Boulder Park Coming To West Virginia The New River Gorge area of West Virginia is already a beloved East Coast climbing mecca, and soon there will be even more routes to be accessed at the Oak Hill Needleseye Boulder Park. The new climbing park will be located on a 283-acre tract of land full…

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