October Pit Stops: Live Outside and Play Road Team

first_imgCan you believe it? October is the Live Outside and Play Road Team’s last month on the road! And we plan to make it the best yet. We’re traveling the whole span of the Blue Ridge territory this month so there is no excuse not to come by and say hello! Check out some of the events we have going on during our final hurrah.October 5th-8th: The Festy ExperienceNelson County, VirginiaWe already know music, craft beer, and the outdoors are a match made in every adventurer’s heaven. Join us at The Fest Experience for incredible tunes, the Blue Ridge Burn, and an excuse to camp in October. Find our tent by the Blue Ridge Outdoors stage, and you find another threesome made in adventurer heaven- tunes, free swag, and raffles for outdoor adventure gear!October 12th: Group Ride with Roanoke Mountain AdventuresRoanoke, VirginiaRoanoke boasts itself as the “Mountain Bike Capital of the East.” Join us for a group mountain bike ride with Roanoke Mountain Adventures and put their claim to the test. We will have rides for all skill levels, so have no fear, even the newb-iest of newbs will find some surfy trails to cruise along.October 13th-15th: Roanoke GO OUTSIDE Festival – GO FestRoanoke, VirginiaRoanoke GO OUTSIDE Festival feels like a small town fest, with the benefit of being a sizable city. Check out the schedule and plan the perfect weekend. Whether you line dock dogs up next to pure barre, or BMX demo’s next to the Lumberjack show, you’re going to have a good time. There is literally something for everyone.October 21st: Bridge DayOak Hill, West VirginiaThere are so many ways to get from the bridge down to the floor of the canyon, you pick! Base jumping, rappelling, skydiving, TANDEM base jumping, the list goes on, and so does the fun. Join us for our FINAL festival and find out what all the capital letters are about. Did I mention there is a Bridge Day Chili Cookoff?October 28th: Trail Maintenance with Greenville County Parks and RecGreenville, South CarolinaOur final event has to be something for the community because, at its core, this program is about maintaining the nature we so dearly love, live in, and enjoy. We will be teaming with Greenville County Parks and Rec to work on a trail that needs some love. More details to be announced as the event gets closer!As with every event we attend, we will be repping our sponsors and their awesome gear! You can check out first hand what we use on the road to live outside and play, including gear from La Sportiva, Crazy Creek, National Geographic, RovR Products, Sea to Summit, Mountain House, LifeStraw, and Lowe Alpine.last_img

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