Car camping - or living out of your car - means that you can include a lot more in your gear quiver than a backpacking trip allows. Whether you're looking for some additions to make your car camping life more comfortable at a campground, in the backcountry, or are looking for some upgrades for
It can be difficult finding gifts for ultralight backpackers since the entire point of many ultralight backpackers is to have as few things as possible. That said, there are some items that can please almost everyone. A lot of these items are justifiably awesome, but they're equally expensive.
Sure, you could take a look at the 2020 Thru-hiker Gift Guide, but what if you're not just any thru-hiker? What if you're a Pacific Crest Trail thru-hiker? Yes, every thru-hiker thinks themself special and those found (or about to be found) on the PCT are no different. So what if your loved one
Things are finally cooling off (at least in California) and it's nearly time for the results of what will be some very strange thru-hiker surveys. That means it's also the season to work on upgrading your backpacking outfit for when it's time to go back outside next year (if you're interested,
How do you know you're getting a good deal on outdoor gear? Are you paying the MSRP? Yes? I have news! You're paying too much. Thankfully, there are those times of the year when companies discount products in the hopes of increasing sales; with the announcement of REI's Gear Up Get Out Sale,
We're coming up on the end of the year which means two things, it's almost time for the results of the thru-hiker surveys and it's time to start upgrading your backpacking gear for next year's "go outside and walk places" season (if you're interested, here's my latest backpacking gear
Following the great American tradition of eating turkey until your sick and fighting with your drunk uncle, it's time for another great American tradition: spending money on things that you may or may not really need (or end up using until next summer). To help you sort out what to trade your
As thru-hiking season draws to a close in the northern hemisphere, we approach the time of the year where all of us are encouraged to spend lots of money on things we may or may not need for future adventures that we may or may not have (but hopefully the former). As someone who does not have a