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Gabi

Climber, surfer, and outdoor adventurer, Gabi, is a 20 year old entrepreneur and the co-founder of Nomads With A Purpose, blog and brand. She has been a professional blogger since she was in 9th grade, has been seen in media such as Huffington Post, and currently specializes in self-growth through the pursuit of flow state. In addition, Gabi has been traveling the world full time with her family of 7 since she was 15 years old.

Hossegor is one of the most famous surf destinations in the world.  It’s got culture, community, and best of all, really good surf (and lots of it).  The surf in Hossegor can vary a lot from north to south especially given the crazy tide swings and swell range. Here is our complete guide to the …

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You can’t go wrong with any hike in the Pyrenees.  There’s just something special about small villages, the good food, and the untouched nature.  It’s all magical but the Chemin de la Mature is something extraordinary.  The Chemin de la Mature is a 4,000 foot long ledge sculpted into a sheer, massive rock face. It’s …

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I don’t like cities.  Barcelona, meh.  London, cool to see once.  But Paris, STUNNING.  Paris has so many amazing sights like the Louvre and the Eiffel Tower but what makes Paris special is everything in between.  Every single street is so picturesque, there are so many pretty parks scattered throughout the city, and the Seine …

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Four years ago, I had no idea that I was about to become a world traveler.  Honestly, the idea hadn’t ever entered my mind.  But then, we downsized our life and started roaming.  Before I knew it, we had visited over 30 countries and with each one our wanderlust grows.  That’s when I became so …

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Crested Butte may be a huge winter destination, but in my opinion, fall is the most breathtaking time to visit.  The fall colors may vary by year, but in general, October is when the leaves turn those beautiful golden colors.  Crested Butte has dozens of amazing adventures, here are 7 things to do in Crested …

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Telluride is seriously one of the most gorgeous towns on earth. Deep in the San Juan Mountains, pressed up against the towering Dallas Divide, Telluride is filled with truly endless trails, views, and adventures. What makes Telluride so special, even among mountain towns, is how condensed everything is. The town is squished in the middle …

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We explored a lot of the lush island of Bali from north to south and east to west but the thing that amazed us most about Bali was the beautiful waterfalls. We’ve put together a guide to visiting the best Bali waterfalls in a 2 day itinerary.  Hope it helps and if you have any …

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Breckenridge isn’t just famous for its skiing.  With 800 miles of scenic mountain biking trails within the vicinity of Breckenridge, it’s one of the best mountain biking destinations in North America. With aspen trees, beautiful mountains, flowy downhills, and rocky traverses, there’s a route for everyone in Breck.  Read on to find out the top …

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Winter can be beautiful and adventure filled with so many options for snowboarding, skiing, nordic skiing, and snow shoeing.  But sometimes the winter can drag on too long.  If you get the winter blues, here are seven great destinations to head to for warm weather, sunny skies, and plenty of adventure.

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Experience one of the most popular 14ers in Colorado, Grays Peak, with half the crowds and twice the adventure. When hiking from the practically unknown South Ridge, you will come across only a handful of people. This side of the mountain takes you up through a much more lush and meadowy valley unlike the dry …

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Does the thought of massive glaciers towering above you make you giddy with excitement? Glaciers are truly one of nature’s most mind-blowing sights.  All across the world, there are epic glaciers to be found. Get inspired for your next glacier hike with our top picks around the world… Best Glacier Hikes in North America Grinnell …

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Nicaragua, France, Spain, Costa Rica…all times I wish I’d had travel insurance.  I’m always so cheap. Seriously, it’s so hard for me to spend more money to be prepared and overbuy just in case. But after 4 trips of emergencies and mishaps, I won’t make that mistake again.

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While there are dozens of rad GPS devices on the market, they are expensive and bit excessive for basic hiking and backpacking.  Instead of investing in one of these pricey pieces of gear, use your handy smartphone and never get lost in the wilderness.  Google Maps is our trick to navigating the trail but you …

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