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Tag - Camping

What is a Tent Vestibule? And Do You Need One?

Gear

What is a Tent Vestibule? Tent vestibules are a protected area along the sides or front of your tent that provide additional space just outside the interior of your tent, but under a rain fly. This is a…

Tent Footprint – What Is It, Why Do You Need It & Should You Get One?

Gear

What is a tent footprint? Tent footprints, also known as ground cloths, or groundsheets, are simply a barrier between your tent bottom and the ground. They come in a variety of sizes, materials, and weights. A tent footprint…

How To Maintain Personal Hygiene While Backpacking

Hiking Tips

Maintaining good personal hygiene while on the trail can be a bit tough at times due to a lack of running hot water and the luxury of a private area. Here are some overall useful tips for keeping…

The Best Hiking Chairs for Backpacking – And How To Choose

Gear

This article is meant to show you some of the best lightweight hiking chairs, and how you can choose one for your needs. As you are surely aware of, there are pretty much endless options, but it is…

Ultimate Guide to Hammock Camping [Pro Tips Included]

Gear, Hiking Tips

There are few more comfortable ways to spend a night in the woods than in a hammock. You don’t have to sacrifice comfort for switching to a hammock. When done right, you can set up faster, pack lighter,…

Hiking Mount Flume – Trail Map, Elevation Gain & Options

Hiking

Mount Flume lies on the southern end of Franconia Ridge and features stunning views of Franconia Notch, the Pemi Wilderness and the rest of Franconia Ridge. It is often combined with Mount Liberty as a day hike. Height:…

Hiking West Bond Mountain – A Short Spur to Incredible Views

Hiking

West Bond Mountain is situated in the eastern portion of the Pemigiwasset Wilderness, and features some of the most spectacular sunset views, sunrise views, and views of Bondcliff and the Pemi Wilderness. Located far from every trailhead, it…

Hiking Kolob Arch | La Verkin Creek & Hop Valley Trail | Zion National Park

Hiking

Kolob Arch is known as the 6th largest arch in the world at with a span of about 287 feet. It is located in the northwestern portion of Zion National Park and is hiked frequently as a day…

Best Sleeping Pads for Camping – A Complete Guide

Gear

We all know sleep is pretty important. It is especially important when you are out in the wilderness on a multi day backpacking trip. Even if you aren’t busting through a workout all day, its nice to be…

Hiking Owl’s Head Mountain | 4,025 Feet | NH White Mountains

Hiking

Owl’s Head is probably the hardest to get to single 4,000 foot peak in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. The quickest route to the summit is 9.1 miles right into the heart of the Pemigiwasset Wilderness. It…