Pursuit Blog

  • The Ski Workout We’re Loving
    Whether you’re an avid backcountry skier or are new to the sport, being physically prepared will help you perform your best. Train so you can stay out for that extra powder lap and recover for the next day.  Have an extra 35 minutes?  Here are some of our favorite exercises to help you stay at the top of your game. 
  • Why the Fly: A Reintroduction to Fishing
    By: Scott Battista There’s an old adage in the sport of fishing. Spend a single day on the water and you’re bound to hear, “it’s called fishing, not catching”. Unfortunately, at that moment most decide to give into the boredom, lose interest, and are unlikely to return on their own. What if there is a way to bridge the gap between the catching and… Read more: <strong>Why the Fly: A Reintroduction to Fishing</strong>
  • A Family Escape To A Private Ranch
    A weekend retreat with Angus cattle, quivering Aspens, fresh trout, and a BB gun up on a secluded Rocky Mountain Ranch. Have your kids ever really encountered silence? Do your kids know from experience (not by asking Siri) how fast a chicken can run? Do your kids respect the kick of a 12 gauge or know how the percussion of a rifle pushes the… Read more: A Family Escape To A Private Ranch
  • Life, Liberty, & the (Founding of) Pursuit
    The Founding Story of Pursuit: How, What, and Why. The story of how Pursuit came to be begins with my Dad. My Dad used to (sorta) joke that, “Camping is showing up at a motel without a reservation.” For all his wonderful attributes, teaching kids how to be outdoorsmen was not one of Dad’s strengths. Consequently, my midwestern family grew up with a passion… Read more: Life, Liberty, & the (Founding of) Pursuit