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Here they focus on bringing you, in addition to fleeces and climbing gear, some of the larger items (paddleboard, anyone?). You'll find kayaks and such sundries hanging from the ceiling, as well as rock-climbing equipment, and of course, camping kicks.Alright, be honest, who wishes that they were more outdoorsy? Either you just raised your hand, or you're a dirty rotten liar (we mean that nicely). Seriously, who could resist the (dare we say, opulent?) nature surrounding and infiltrating the A – heck, it's some of the best around these parts. And High Country Outfitters of Buckhead is pretty sure huddling under your finest snuggie, watching Netflix, when you could be having a real life adventure qualifies as shamefully embarrassing. We wouldn't expect any less from the original curator of all things outdoors in Atlanta, they've unofficially sponsored the spirit of exploration since 1975. And they're not anything like the big-box outdoors stores – you'll find all the equipment you need as well as the advice to complement it. (Perfect for those outdoorsy-hopefuls among us.) To say the employees know their stuff is an understatement. Questions about paddle boards? Climbing gear? Hiking boots? Hats of all varieties? They've got you covered. But they'll also direct you toward the best (and sometimes sneakiest) spots around to conduct your ventures.
Of their two locations, Buckhead is more extensive. Here they focus on bringing you, in addition to fleeces and climbing gear, some of the larger items (canoe, anyone?). You'll find kayaks and such sundries hanging from the ceiling, as well as rock-climbing equipment and of course, camping kicks. (Tents! Sleeping Bags! Mittens! Oh my!) Go ahead, take a hike (or a climb) on the wild side. Who knows, you might finally be able to use all those Survivorman skills.
Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Sunday, 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.