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From Yellowstone to Reno

From Yellowstone to Reno

By Old School   |   Nov 16, 2010 November 16, 2010

On the inside back cover of our 2010 Holiday Catalog is an image that originally appeared on the cover of our 1990 winter Kid’s Catalog. Not one person here in mail order even worked for Patagonia back then but nonetheless it’s a picture many of us know well. The photograph… Read More

Of Marmots and Men

Of Marmots and Men

By Old School   |   Aug 13, 2010 August 13, 2010

Every year, some friends and I converge on an really cool spot near Yosemite where we hike six miles carrying absurdly heavy packs and eat crazy amounts of really good food. Over the years, the only down side to this idyllic spot has been the parking. And by parking… Read More

Ride for the Wild

Ride for the Wild

By Ryan Applegate   |   Feb 27, 2009 February 27, 2009

Today’s post is from Ryan Applegate, assistant manager of our Dillon, Montana, store. Last summer Ryan took two months off work to pedal his bike 2,300 miles from Yukon’s Watson Lake to Yellowstone National Park. But Ryan’s trip was more than a summer bike tour. Working with the… Read More

Backyard Adventures: Little Wild Places

Backyard Adventures: Little Wild Places

Aug 6, 2009 August 6, 2009

Today's Backyard Adventure was one we almost missed. It surfaced recently in an unexpected folder – no doubt the result of a botched drag-n-drop. We're happy to have found it and would like to offer the author our apologies, and readers, his submission. It's a nice reminder of why… Read More

Backyard Adventures: Fear of the Dark

Backyard Adventures: Fear of the Dark

Mar 26, 2009 March 26, 2009

We're pleased to offer today's Backyard Adventure from Patagonia Climbing Ambassador, mountain writer, and senior editor for the If I could only have one piece per body part category to do the coolest things I want to do all year, it would be the following – I call it… Read More

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