Jetboil

22 Apr 19
besthike.com

Trip report by BestHike editor Rick McCharles Day 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 Another fantastic campsite. Great weather again. Here are views looking up from my tent. Majestic. I’d been steadily descending from the snowy heights. Vegetation now changing rapidly. My only health worry was hot foot. Would I […]

22 Apr 19
Backpacking The Mitten

Less than $150.00 on Amazon will get you the essentials you need to get out on the trails! Don’t go broke backpacking! Check out our compiled list of gear to get you started!

19 Apr 19
The Truth About Guns

There’s a lot to be said for having the gear necessary to keep yourself alive in a SHTF scenario. Fire, flood, hurricane, civil unrest…you simply never know what might happen and how long it could take to restore order and civil services. Having basic survival gear on hand and at the ready could be the […]

17 Apr 19
Lets Go Somewhere

One of the most iconic hikes in Colorado, the 4 Pass Loop trail, extends from the Snowmass wilderness, near Aspen, CO, across four 12,000 ft. passes, stretching 28 miles through the most beautiful scenery and rugged landscape we have ever experienced. I am a 25 year old female, fairly new to backpacking, so you may […]

17 Apr 19
David Smart

For those of you who might not know yet, I’m excited to announce I’m heading to Nepal this Tuesday (April 23rd, 2019)! The plane departs the same day as the day I started the Pacific Crest Trail four years ago, symbolic timing made more auspicious by the friend who will be joining me… Bradley! And […]

15 Apr 19
brooke around town

Whether you’re a novice hiker looking to hit the trail for the first time or a wilderness woman upping the ante on your current outdoor adventures, assembling the perfect backpacking kit can be a monumental and often overwhelming task. Not only are there literally thousands of backpacks and boots and tents to choose from, but […]

14 Apr 19
Henry in the Woods

I have a friend whose backpacking kitchen is only a single small Titanium mug and a folding Esbit stove.  He pretty much always cooks the same one pot meal.  By the end of a trip he is pretty tired of it, but his set weighs little and he doesn’t spend a lot of time cooking.  […]

14 Apr 19
Explore With Alec

Getting your pack ready for a trip outside

14 Apr 19
Simply Sloan's

We have learned, living in the west, that it is hardER to be spontaneous…. and I blame social media! OK you may think I am a hypocrite for saying this, because yes I use Instagram and on a very rare occasion Facebook. Don’t get me wrong, I’m extremely glad that people are getting outside and […]

13 Apr 19
The NU Food Journal

An Experience in Backcountry Eating Story and Photos by Philip Gunderson Over spring break, I headed into the woods to get away from the stress of capstone, job search, and senior semester. It was the longest backpacking trip I’ve done, and I wanted to document the role that food plays in surviving four days in […]

12 Apr 19
Ashley In Alaska

March in Alaska is a funny time.  The days start to get longer, the snow starts to melt, you feel the warmth of the sunshine for the first time in what feels like forever… and you start to get a little stir crazy.  Well, I do anyways.  Winter is so lovely but so so so […]

12 Apr 19
Each Ocean's End

[photos at bottom of post] During my first few days in Canada, I learn that 1) bear cannisters are surprisingly hard to find, 2) bear cannisters are really expensive, and 3) even just breathing in Vancouver is expensive. Eventually, I walk out of MEC (some gigantic warehouse type outdoor store Canadians seem to love) footing […]

12 Apr 19
The Adventurous Will

Lets step things up a notch, so [insert drum roll] here is the first Adventurous Will gear review. Let’s start with one of my favourites and also one which has already been mentioned a few times in the blog so far. The MSR Windburner Product: Windburner Made by: MSR (Mountain Safety Research) Purchased from: Cotswold […]

09 Apr 19
The long and the short of it

A short one with Claire, Jo and families over Loughrigg Fell from Rydal. Loughrigg was the first walk Claire and I did together almost 30 years ago We definitely don’t look that old…. Do we? Fab cave to start us all off… Brewing up on Jon’s new toy: a Jetboil. Look it up… After Loughrigg […]

08 Apr 19
Pranali's Blogs

Portable Stove Sales Market Report Provided Full Details of Executive summary Scope of the report Research Methodology Introduction 2017 Market landscape Market segmentation by type Segmentation by application Latest Geographical segmentation Decision framework Drivers and challenges Market trends Vendor landscape Key vendor analysis. In this report, the global Portable Stove Sales market is valued at […]