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REI has an overall ZapScore of 94. This means that REI has a higher ZapScore than 94% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Santa Fe, New Mexico is 37 and in the category is 48. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Some views you have to work to wake up to. Weekend Project: Show us your favorite campsite. (We promise we won't give away the secret location, unless you care to share.) #LetsCamp

We're so proud of all the women who conquered their fears and learned new outdoor skills at our first REI Outessa retreat of 2017. We would love to hear about your biggest outdoor accomplishments, share in the comments. #SweatyDirtyHappy

Ladies of the Upstate, SC area! Join us for Bikes and Brews at Piney Mountain Bike Lounge before heading out to hit the trail or purchasing a new mountain bike or modifying your existing one! Join a REI mountain bike expert to learn about the bikes, essential gear & safety, responsibility on the trail, basic bike maintenance and more. If you own a mountain bike, feel free to bring it for a voluntary ride on the pump track after class!

Just how far can $25 get you? How about two breakfasts, two lunches and two dinners, plus snacks, that you'd also actually eat in the frontcountry? Yep. It's possible. #LetsCamp
Kiss your days of tuna-mac goodbye.

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Breaking Through is our new six-part series profiling athletes reaching the next level in their sport. This week we are featuring whitewater kayaker, Brooke Hess. This 24-year-old specializes in big tricks in the male-dominated niche sport of big-wave freestyle kayaking. // #BreakingThrough #OptOutside
Driving through Gatineau, Quebec, I see lines of driftwood along the sidewalks and water marks on the sides of buildings, evidence of the recent flood that washed through the streets of the city. The Ottawa River, which separates Gatineau from Ottawa, surged beyond its banks this spring, turning str...