Field Scouts

All of our information comes from our network of Field Scouts. If you would like to join our network of Field Scouts, submit a trip for the blog or suggest gear to review, contact us!

 

Steve Moon ProfileSteve Moon
Steve Moon has over 13 years of direct experience and innumerable contacts in the outdoor industry through working at Galyan’s Trading Company at both the store and corporate level. His personal passion for the outdoors and adventure travel has taken him all over the world on countless adventures.

 

 

 

 

 

 
Ben Atkinson ProfileBen Atkinson
Ben Atkinson has worked in a variety of specialized retail shops in the outdoor industry over the years. Ben won multiple Jr State Championships in Downhill Skiing at a young age before retiring from competition at 16. Now he enjoys all manner of outdoor pursuits and has traveled around the world in search of adventure. His favorite trip so far: Tie between climbing the Polychrome Glacier in Denali NP, Alaska and Solo Trip into the jungle of the Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica.

 

 

 

 

 

Bob Arnold ProfileBob Arnold
Bob Arnold has been an avid outdoor adventurer going on 20 years, cutting his teeth in the BWCAW. He’s completed 13 trips to the boundary waters, guiding several. Bob has organized several trips to national parks which include the Grand Canyon, Glacier, Yellowstone, Grand Tetons, Mt. Whitney, Isle Royale, Yosemite, and he’s sectioned hiked all three of the big trails PCT, CDT, and the AT.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tori Allen ProfileTori Allen
Tori Allen is a retired professional rock climber who took the world by storm after becoming the youngest female to summit El Capitan at age 13 and the youngest woman to win a gold medal in climbing at the X-Games at age 14. She currently lives and works in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Her passions continue to be promoting women in sports, volunteering in her community and being a leader in every way she can. Visit Tori’s Personal Site

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bill MillerBill Miller

Bill has climbed some of the world’s highest peaks and has crafted a guiding expertise in trekking. It is through the treks he leads that exposes he and his clients to more than just topography. It’s the dynamic of  people and culture that keeps him going and his clients returning. His personal interests primarily revolve around the outdoors. Bill has long been active with climbing which has carried him to every continent but Antarctica although it’s on his list.