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13 Dec 18
Captive Audience

I want to start by saying that, neither Captive Audience nor myself are paid or rewarded in any way for recommending anyone’s gear. As a gift to you, I would like to share with you my favorite brands, because they have been field tested by me for many years and I have come to rely […]

12 Dec 18
Edible Adventure Travel

How many of us avoid cooking like the plague? Even in home kitchens, the number of people that would prefer prepackaged and instant foods or go out to eat regularly goes up. While chefs in recent years have become glorified, I feel like the once basic life skill of cooking has slowly diminished. I imagine […]

07 Dec 18
Financhill

Image source: The Motley Fool. Johnson Outdoors (NASDAQ:JOUT)Q4 2018 Earnings Conference CallDec. 7, 2018 11:00 a.m. ET Contents: Prepared Remarks Questions and Answers Call Participants Prepared Remarks: Operator Hello, everyone, and welcome to the Johnson Outdoors fourth-quarter 2018 earnings conference call. Today’s call will be led by Helen Johnson-Leipold, Johnson Outdoors’ chairman and chief executive officer. […]

07 Dec 18
Notes from somewhere else...

The distinctive snow capped Volcan Lanin in the near distance at Junin de los Andes made visiting Parque Nacional Lanin a must. A visit to a few shops before they closed at 1.00pm, then back to camp for a catch up on washing and research. Many shops in many towns are open from 9am-1pm then […]

06 Dec 18
The Alaska Life

Now, not later.  That is the mantra of all preparedness preparations.  Everything from earthquake preparedness, general power failures, and even for many, massive volcanic ash fallout is a very real possibility.  Being prepared for natural, or even man-made disasters means you need to not only think ahead, but put that thinking into practice and REALLY […]

04 Dec 18
Beyond Limits on Foot!

**Originally hiked: October 18, 2018** Trail Data Mileage: 9.9 miles Elevation Gain: 2,100 feet Location: Angeles National Forest Type: Out-and-back Difficulty: Moderate What to Expect in this Guide Aside from the road being closed to the trailhead we planned on doing, we ended up doing a tougher hike and a little bit longer. As those […]

03 Dec 18
Impulse For Adventure

Our trip to Colorado had one goal, climb some 14ers. We opted for the highest, Mount Elbert, followed by a route where we could snag two at once. This being my first trip to Colorado, it was important to stay safe, but also see as much as possible during a long weekend. Gray’s and Torrey’s […]

03 Dec 18
Thunderhead Outdoor

Trail Etiquette Pre-Hike song: All I do is win – DJ Khaled. Just make sure to insert the lyrics “sterlings trail goes up and it stays there” Wife’s song pick: It’s the climb – Miley Cyrus… Too slow for me. Mid Hike Snack: Snickers of course, the peanuts are healthy. If you plan on camping […]

02 Dec 18
Internet Ninja

Price: $34  | Buy Whether you’re camping out, watching an outdoor concert, or tailgating, you could use a table for food, drinks, and other items. This easy-to-carry table features a sturdy 6-part aluminum surface under its fabric cover and sets up in seconds. More Awesome Stuff: Jetboil Flash StoveNomad Portable GrillOutry Folding Camping TableHow to Make a Portable […]

30 Nov 18
Basecamp Outdoor Gear

Used for boiling water for dehydrated meals and drinks Average Boil Time: 2min 30sec 0.8L Capacity Perfect for 1-2 people Weight: 12oz Fuel Not Included

28 Nov 18
Tiff & Jared's adventures

Leaving Mount Cook, we headed south. We had AirBnB plans (woo – no camping for one night!) in Dunedin for the night before we ventured to the Catlins. Before getting to Dunedin, we stopped at a rather touristy spot called the Moeraki Boulders. Along the beach coast, there are these spherical rocks in literally perfect […]

07 Jul 18
Monkey Mountain

In early July 2018 we arrived just outside of Fredvang in the Lofoten Islands, Norway. Drizzly rain and low cloud is common at this time of year, but we were greeted by a stunning blue bird day with the sun high in the sky. After checking into our AirBNB on a farm in Indresand I […]

07 Jul 18
Monkey Mountain

In early July 2018 we arrived just outside of Fredvang in the Lofoten Islands, Norway. Drizzly rain and low cloud is common at this time of year, but we were greeted by a stunning blue bird day with the sun high in the sky. After checking into our AirBNB on a farm in Indresand I […]

27 Nov 18
The Path Less Travelled

I am packed and ready to start on Sunday. Here are some photos and a list of the gear I am taking with me. I have used other ‘Thru Hiker’ blogs and gear list video’s for my own research and preparation which have been very helpful so I want to share my own too. It […]

26 Nov 18
Northeast Alpine Start

Today is the day for some of the best online deals for outdoor gear! I sorted through dozens of promotional emails and found my favorites! Check them out below! From Backcountry.com Patagonia is up to 45% off on Backcountry today but many have limited sizes. The Nano Puff Hooded Insulated Jacket is my pick from […]

26 Nov 18
Andre Eger

The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you’ll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. Save up to 50% off on outerwear, underwear, and apparel from the REI Co-Op brand, Marmot, The North Face, Columbia, and more through Cyber Monday. Save 30% on classes, outings, and […]