Recently, I went backpacking on the Havasupai Indian Reservation, where our final destination was a lush enchanted oasis in the middle of the remote Arizona desert. There was nothing particularly precarious about this trip – just ten miles hiking each way with 2,200 feet of elevation change. It was challenging enough to work up a good sweat, but no special skills were required.
One of my favorite days in Belize was when we hired local fishermen named Nolan to take us out on his boat to tour the South Water Caye Marine Reserve. It is the nation’s largest marine reserve located about 10 miles off the mainland, and we had the reef all to ourselves. Calm turquoise water, palm-fringed islands, mangroves, and thriving marine life – was this heaven?
FUGOO Tough took seat front and center at the Wedge in Newport Beach, California during the Big Wednesday 2014 swell brought to the West Coast by Hurricane Marie. The swell… Read More
We’re proud to officially announce our first FUGOO Brand Ambassador, Ryan Moss. Ryan is a charismatic photographer and adventurer with a one-track mind to inspire the world by sharing his… Read More
The odds are wherever you live, and wherever you’ve biked, it doesn’t compare to the throng of trails of Sedona, AZ. While this remote stretch of desolate desert in Northern… Read More