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Mt Hood South Side Route – A Mother’s Day Adventure With My Mom

“Hey Mom, is climbing Hood still on your bucket list?” I asked that question maybe three years ago, to which my mom (Cyndee) had replied, “YES.” Every season since then, timing hasn’t worked out, or conditions haven’t worked out, or someone was nursing an injury. But this was the season that we’d actually check Hood …

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Work Hard Play Hard – Making Bars and Surfing Waves

**Annoying Apple Alarm sound**. It was 6:45 on Saturday, and the weekend was officially off to the races. The motto for this weekend? Work-hard, play-hard. The top priority was whipping out 800 Range bars, but the highlight would certainly be an evening at the coast, and catching a few waves on Sunday. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kvMBXeqcQKc&t=38s After a …

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Costa Rica Surf Trip – Jungle Roads, Waterfalls, and Torrential Rain

“Real long shot here but any interest in a Costa Rica surf trip 5/23-5/30’ish? Friend is prob backing out last minute.” “Man that sounds fun. Let me see if I can move some stuff around to make this work. I’ll give you a more solid answer by tomorrow night.” “…We’re ON.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VgXpxAcDYr8&t=328s Sometimes the best …

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Behind The Bar – How We Make Our High Calorie Meal Bars

Have you ever wondered how we make the best all natural high calorie meal bars that money can buy? In a sentence, we use the highest quality ingredients available, and do very little to process them. For the rest of the details, stick around! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tvq7DsXhPkg There are five steps to making Range meal bars, and …

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Crater Lake Circumnavigation – 33 Miles of Circular Thinking

Join Zach, Coby, and Ariel on a (mostly) horizontal ski adventure, as they circumnavigate the second deepest lake in North America, Crater Lake. Along the way, the crew is treated to clear views of surrounding peaks, observes a unique snow formation, and experiences impressive winds. With many miles ahead of them, short days, and a …

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Thanksgiving Turns – A Cozy Couloir & Tight Trees

Zach (founder of Range) heads north towards Seattle for some backcountry skiing over Thanksgiving break. One day just outside of Steven’s Pass, and one day outside of Crystal Mountain. Join the crew for some tight tree-skiing shenanigans, mellow bowl turns, and the main objective, a classic couloir. Solid snow pack and favorable weather made this …

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November-December Newsletter

November-December Update Hello Range Nation! Seems like it’s about time we check in with you Rangers. First and foremost, we’re excited to announce that our second flavor is nearing completion! Customers have told us that they’d like a flavor without peanuts, caffiene, or animal products (honey), and we listened. The second flavor will be gingersnap, featuring …

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September-October Newsletter

September-October Update Hello Range Nation! We noticed that the mountains are turning white, so it’s probably about time for another update. Since the last time you heard from us, a few more things have come together. For starters, we’ve added more locations that are stocking Range bars. Owenhouse Cycling (Bozeman Montana) Packrat Outdoors Center (Fayettemville …

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