How to Prepare Homemade Backpacking Meals
Thomas Freeman opts out of freeze dried meals to create his own homemade backpacking meals. Here are his reflections, a cost analysis, and recipes.
How to Buy Your National Park Pass
Why buy the National Park Pass? Free access to over 2,000 wilderness destinations. It’s worth, it especially if you’re a senior. How to buy your pass here.
Ripstop by the Roll: Who They Are, What They Do, And What You Can Make
Ripstop by the Roll started as a hammock company in a spare bedroom. It has since cornered the DIY gear market with custom fabrics. Get the full story here.
How to: Solo Backpacking, Hiking, and Travel for Women
We interviewed well-traveled women to get the details on solo backpacking, hiking, and traveling. Get out of your comfort zone, enjoy solo female travel.
6 Ways to Protect the Environment While Supporting Sustainable Brands
Protect the environment by supporting sustainable brands. Or thrift. Or vote. An in-depth look at how the outdoor industry supports sustainability.
Guide to Protecting a Guitar or Ukulele in the Backcountry
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.
The Ultimate Guide to Buying Gear on Steep and Cheap
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.
How to Calculate Backpack Weight with LighterPack
Want to calculate backpack weight more effeciently? LighterPack is a free, easy-to-use tool to get you there.
5 Pieces Of Backpacking Gear Worth Spending Money On
A comprehensive guide to the five pieces of backpacking gear worth spending money on.
Guest Post: Dehydrated Food for Backpackers, A Long Term Storage Primer
Lee Flynn details the purpose and process of dehydrated food for backpackers. Shave some serious weight off your next trip.