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Get off the couch — and into the wilderness

By Raphael Bein Adventures seeks to bring Jews out of their home and into the wilderness, organizing camping and wilderness excursions that accommodate traditional laws and customs. The trips visit sites such as the Sangre de Cristo Mountains or Dark Valley, Utah. Ari Hoffman, owner of the business, founded the company in 2011 when he […]
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