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Plywerk Loves Outdoor Project

If you’re looking for an indoor adventure, try rearranging all your bedroom furniture. Every time you wake up in the middle of the night you’ll feel lost and exhilarated. And if you’re looking for some outdoor adventure, let us introduce you to our friends at Outdoor Project. Tyson Gillard founded Outdoor Project with one simple goal: To help people enjoy the outdoors. It’s not that we think you need help enjoying the outdoors. But sometimes you do need help figuring out what to enjoy and where you can enjoy it.

2014.3.10 Memaloose Falls, Tyson Memaloose Falls is a great spot for an outdoor adventure.
Photo by Tyson Gillard

So take a hike! (In the good way.) And bring your camera! Because when you’re done enjoying the great outdoors, you can make a Print on Plywerk with one of your best nature photos!

2013.12.13, Mt Hood South Route Andrew Stohner Climbing Mt. Hood will leave you with great memories (and hopefully great photos). Photo by Andrew Stohner

Tyson Gillard has done a great job of creating a valuable resource for anyone and everyone who is trying to plan a great outdoor adventure. After he realized that resources for planning outdoor activities were a bit lacking, he decided that he might just be the man for the job. As he saw it, no one was writing guides in a way that truly inspired people to get out and explore all the nooks and crannies of the great outdoors.

2013.12.17 Selway, Halvor Tweto Outdoor Project will lead you to grand places such as the Selway River in Idaho. Photo by Halvor Tweto

The Outdoor Project is easy to use. If you know what you’re interested in, you can search by activity. Whether you’re looking for somewhere to hike, bike, sled, or snowshoe, this site will find you a place to do it. Or if you’re just looking for undetermined adventure wherever you are, you can also search by location. And be sure to check out the amazing photographs from Outdoor Project's many contributor's.  If they don’t inspire your sense of adventure, then you might be a robot. In fact, if you're in Portland, head to Basecamp Brewing to see Outdoor Project contributor Kat Reese's show that's up on Plywerk.

So, check out the project and find an adventure. And don’t forget to Plywerk your next great adventure.

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