Sport Chalet

Sport Chalet
Sport Chalet offers Sporting Goods services in Burbank CA.

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Sport Chalet has an overall ZapScore of 65. This means that Sport Chalet has a higher ZapScore than 65% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Burbank, California is 35 and in the Sporting Goods category is 49. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Of all the places you could hike in the Adirondacks, Black Mountain isn’t necessarily known for its height – just 2,641 feet – but its views are a huge payoff for a relatively short trek. From here, as IG's patbly shows in this photo, you can look out at Lake George, the Narrows, Rogers Slide, and even Elephant and Sugarloaf Mountains. Of all the ADK’s shorter peaks, which ones have the best views?

For a weekend of camping, paddling, and fishing, many might drive out to and pitch a tent in Onchiota, NY, a spot in the Adirondacks between Oregon Pond and Buck Pond. And, while you’ve got opportunities to hike and kayak here, IG's userwiththatnamealreadyexists shows that it’s also great for stargazing. For those that camp out in the Adirondacks, have you been here? What did you do?

Boats were mean’t for the water, not the land. But sometimes you just don’t have a choice.
Knowing how to portage ultimately lets you expand your paddling journey. To begin, start with these seven tips for transporting your kayak or canoe.

When it comes to views in the Adirondacks, Fish Hawk Cliffs and Indian Head both make you want to take out your camera. The former, from which IG's antisocial_butterfly took this photo, lets you look out at Indian Head and the Ausable Lakes. Yet, many who do both in a 10-mile loop hike tend to say the sights from Indian Head are slightly better. Between both points, which do you prefer?

If you live in NYC, you don’t have to travel far for quality, technical climbing. The Powerlinez on Torne Mountain in Harriman State Park is roughly an hour’s drive out of the city, and while the routes aren’t tall, you get plenty of opportunities for single-pitch climbing and bouldering. In this throwback shot, IG's jaykolsch captures a snowy climb that looks more like water below. For those in the New York City area, what’s your favorite climbing spot, and why?