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Cassandra Brooklyn is a travel expert, freelance writer, and the founder of EscapingNY, a travel consultancy specializing in off-the-beaten path travel around the world. When she’s not leading group trips to Cuba, Mexico, and Jordan, you can find her leading graffiti and culture bicycle tours in New York City. You can follow her on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter.
Yes, this top is technically made for hiking, but it's as cozy as your favorite pajamas.
These are the boots I bring on outdoorsy trips that pull double-duty for a night out on the town, keeping me from over-packing.
Arkansas is actually pretty amazing and it quickly became one of my favorite states in the country.
It sounds like a cliché, but Colombia really does have something for everyone—beaches, jungles, mountains, cities, biking, rafting, great museums, and a killer culinary scene.
You can wear these summer sandals pretty much anywhere.
You can leave your hiking poles at home, this tent comes with its own.
Not only is jackassery a threat to wildlife and the environment—and to the experiences we hope to have outdoors—innocent ignorance is also a threat.
Big flames and low smoke, this is the perfect fire pit to upgrade your backyard with.
Not only do they have a great lace up feature, but these hiking boots were built to last, too.