Outdoor Project

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Outdoor Project is transforming the way people find, plan and engage in outdoor adventures. It’s the evolution of outdoor adventure planning for the web era, replacing region-limited guidebooks, specialized websites, outdated maps, and other resources that are scattered and incomplete. With inspiring adventure photos and videos, reliable maps, detailed trip-planning tools, the ability to book guides and purchase the right gear and apparel, users will get everything they need to find an adventure, get outside and do it, and afterward share their feedback, photos and general experience with their friends.
The website covers all types of human-powered adventure. Camping, hiking, snowshoeing, kayaking, swimming holes, and a lot more; you name it, you’ll find it.

HQPortland, OR, US

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Employees (est.) (Jan 2021)18
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Key People/Management at Outdoor Project

Jared Kennedy

Jared Kennedy

Chief Executive Officer, Co-Founder
Jonathan Stull

Jonathan Stull

Content Editor + Contributor Liason
Jim Mastrangelo

Jim Mastrangelo

VP of Engineering
Aron Bosworth

Aron Bosworth

CCO (Chief Content Officer), Co-Founder
Abbe Simmons

Abbe Simmons

VP of Sales
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Outdoor Project Office Locations

Outdoor Project has an office in Portland
Portland, OR, US (HQ)
412 NW Couch St #202
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Outdoor Project Financials and Metrics

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Outdoor Project total Funding

$2 m

Outdoor Project latest funding size

$2 m

Time since last funding

4 years ago

Outdoor Project investors

Outdoor Project's latest funding round in February 2017 was reported to be $2 m. In total, Outdoor Project has raised $2 m
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Outdoor Project Online and Social Media Presence

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Outdoor Project Blogs

2019 Spring/Summer Gear Guide: Climbing

Climbing. Of all the outdoor pastimes, climbing may rank as the most peculiar. What drives us to scale upward, fighting the force of gravity and leaving the safety of the horizontal world behind? Perhaps it's the places that climbing takes you. Perhaps it's the balance between the mental and physica…

The best new outdoor reads from spring 2019

It's the time of year that we start to talk through the books we plan to read on our summer adventures and in between. These new book releases are worth mixing in with the classics you are still waiting to read or love reading over and over again. Maybe, just maybe, you'll find a new classic to add…

2019 Spring/Summer Gear Guide: Car Camping

Car camping has become so much more than boxy station wagons and blue Boy Scout neckerchiefs. These days, you can get a custom build-out for your Sprinter that includes ceiling vents and a propane range, roofs that accordion for more than 6 feet of standing room, spaces that are redesigned like a st…

2019 Spring/Summer Gear Guide: Hiking + Backpacking

The 2019 summer season brings with it upgrades to some of our favorite hiking and backpacking gear. We love the use of trail runners for hiking shoes (which we highly recommend), the trimming of material from sleeping bags (who needed that extra backing anyway), and continued improvements toward dur…

Amazon Prime(d) for Adventure

Each week we share great deals from online vendors to help outfit you for adventure. There are so many ways to purchase outdoor gear and apparel online, yet we'd be remiss not to share more about Amazon. No surprise, it continues to grow its offerings, but you may not know that it also curates chan…

Fee-Free National Parks in the Desert Southwest to Visit on April 20

If you're like me, being in a national park when all national park fees are waived Saturday, April 20th, sounds like a total nightmare. Don't get me wrong: I love to be outside, but the $35 it would normally cost is worth it to avoid bumper-to-bumper traffic and shoulder-to-shoulder photography.
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Outdoor Project Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Outdoor Project founded?

    Outdoor Project was founded in 2012.

  • Who are Outdoor Project key executives?

    Outdoor Project's key executives are Jared Kennedy, Jonathan Stull and Jim Mastrangelo.

  • How many employees does Outdoor Project have?

    Outdoor Project has 18 employees.

  • Who are Outdoor Project competitors?

    Competitors of Outdoor Project include Tentrr, International Cruise and Excursions and Professional Travel.

  • Where is Outdoor Project headquarters?

    Outdoor Project headquarters is located at 412 NW Couch St #202, Portland.

  • Where are Outdoor Project offices?

    Outdoor Project has an office in Portland.

  • How many offices does Outdoor Project have?

    Outdoor Project has 1 office.