How To: Section Hiking The Appalachian Trail

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Prior to COVID, my wife and I were a few months into planning a long-awaiting thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail. The closing of parks,...

Everything You Need To Switch To Hammock Camping

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Hammocks are a great way to relax out in the woods, whether you’re taking a break mid-hike or lounging around the campsite. Some hikers...

Hiking In Bear Country: Everything You Need To Know

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There are a lot of misconceptions out there about hiking in bear country. Some of them come from negative headlines about bear encounters, some...

How Do Backpackers Filter Water in the Backcountry?

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Backpacking water filters are one of my favorite pieces of gear. They give you the power to turn even the murkiest puddle or tiniest trickle...

Leave No Trace: Using a Fire Pan in The Backcountry

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2020 was the most destructive year on the record for wildfires, according to the National Interagency Fire Center, with roughly 57,000 fires destroying more...

Your Complete Guide To Backpacking Rain Gear

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I’ll be frank with you here: I don’t know anyone who enjoys hiking in the rain, even with the best backpacking rain gear money...

3 New England Campgrounds to Visit in 2021

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Organized roughly from north to south, the six official New England states include Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut. These states...

6 Great Dog-Friendly Campgrounds in the U.S.

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The majority of modern campers are traveling with pets. Because of that, many campgrounds have expanded and improved areas for dogs to provide a...

Everything You Need To Know About Backpacking Tents

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In order to stress the importance of backpacking tents, I’m going to tell you about the last time I almost died in the woods. It...

How To Choose The Perfect Food For Backpacking

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Backpacking food has never been the most glamorous. Mountain House meals are great, but they’re not particularly cost-effective. Potato flakes and GORP (Good Ol’ Raisins And...
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