Tag: Ultralight backpacking

Backcountry Hiking in Wyoming with a Twist

Backcountry Hiking in Wyoming with a Twist

The spectacular scenery of the national parks in Wyoming makes for some breathtaking hiking and to make things a little easier for you there are some companies offering the experience of “llamaneering”. Now you can go backpacking without the backpack or at least you won’t be carrying the backpack. Llamas are now used as a […]

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Biolite Stove How Does It Work?

By on July 11, 2012 in Cooking Equipment with 0 Comments
Biolite Stove How Does It Work?

When we go camping or hiking, generally we take a camping stove using petrochemical fuels. A new camping stove that has come on the market uses solid fuels, which basically means that you don’t have to carry fuels with you. This will lighten the load and be far safer and if you are concerned about […]

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Backcountry Backpacking Basics

By on July 8, 2012 in Backpacking with 0 Comments
Backcountry Backpacking Basics

The three B’s, backcountry backpacking basics are what you need to know if you are hiking through the wilderness and open country. There are certain rules and guidelines that will make sure you have a fun but more importantly safe trip. We have found a perfect article at pennlive.com which sums up the key points […]

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Ultralight Backpacking Essentials

By on July 6, 2012 in UltraLight Backpacking with 0 Comments
Ultralight Backpacking Essentials

When taking to the trail it is important that you go fully equipped especially if you are going for any length of time. There is no use going laden down with a load of heavy gear because you will either not get very far or the enjoyment will be taken out of it because you […]

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Camping Food Ideas

By on July 5, 2012 in Food with 0 Comments
Camping Food Ideas

I think every backpacker and camper has at times wanted to give anything for just one decent meal while they are out in the backcountry. Well here are a few Camping Food Ideas that may just satisfy the gourmet in all of us, even better the following article by Pete Nelson deals with lightweight backpacking […]

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Katadyn Hiker Microfilter

By on July 4, 2012 in Miscellaneous with 0 Comments
Katadyn Hiker Microfilter

Here is a quick video review by backpacking gear review on the Katadyn Hiker Microfilter. As we all know its impossible to go long with out good clean water and this little filter sure seems like a good bit of gear so check out the Katadyn Hiker Microfilter and I hope it makes your next […]

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Extreme Adventures: Top 10 Ultimate Experiences

By on July 2, 2012 in Adventure Stories with 1 Comment
Extreme Adventures: Top 10 Ultimate Experiences

Camping out in the wild and extreme adventures is what gets our adrenalin pumping and we have found the top 10 ultimate experiences that you could enjoy! Whilst they don’t all include camping there are some, and I am sure you will find one or two to put on your bucket list:) If camping with […]

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Backpacking With Kids: Where To Go

By on July 2, 2012 in Backpacking, Family Camping with 0 Comments
Backpacking With Kids: Where To Go

Historically backpacking was always seen as a past time that adults participated in, however more recently their has been an increase in numbers of people backpacking with kids.  Taking your children backpacking is a wonderful way to introduce them to nature and help to impart a love of the outdoors. Obviously if you are taking […]

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Fourth Of July Camping Ideas

Fourth Of July Camping Ideas

Fourth Of July Camping What have you got planned for the Fourth Of July? Why not make it a long weekend and get away camping, of course plenty of other people will be doing the same thing but that doesn’t mean you cannot still find a great get away and better yet as Craig Hill […]

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Camping Survival : Dos & Dont’s

Camping Survival : Dos & Dont’s

If you are here, you must love wilderness camping as much as we do. However your safety is important and even some of the most experienced campers can get into trouble when camping in the wild. We want you to have an adventurous camping trip but we also want you to have a safe one. […]

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