A tiny planet is a photo that captures the whole world in a single shot. Confused? See it to believe it, and learn how to capture an outdoor tiny planet!Read The Post
Musicians shouldn’t let inclement weather and the wilderness stifle songs. Here’s a beginner guide to protecting a guitar or ukulele in the backcountry.Read The Post
Buying gear on Steep and Cheap can save you money. This in-depth guide explains how to navigate the site and sales for the best gear possible.Read The Post
A comprehensive guide to the five pieces of backpacking gear worth spending money on.Read The Post
Lee Flynn details the purpose and process of dehydrated food for backpackers. Shave some serious weight off your next trip.Read The Post
A guest post from Karen Thomspon of InsectCop details mosquito protection for backpackers and campers. Don’t get bit!Read The Post
“Backpacking gear is a series of tools, not a goal in itself.”Read The Post
A trail overseer provides simple steps for how to maintain a trail.Read The Post
This backpacking gear checklist generator is simple, quick, and perfect for beginner backpackers. We talk with the creator, Hartley Brody.Read The Post
Want to learn how to bug proof your hammock? A guest post from Serac Hammocks’ Jeff Zhang tells you everything you need to know.Read The Post
Lee Flynn writes on the many ways to create a winter weather emergency kit for the home, office, and car. Preparedness is key.Read The Post
We highlight a great article by Hartley Brody of the Adventure Blog on how to start backpacking. Basic advice for your first trip.Read The Post
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