Hiking & Outdoor Articles
The secret to a successful hike is making sure your feet are happy, dry, and comfortable from the beginning to the end. Sweaty, blistery, uncomfortable, or wet feet are the recipe for a disaster hike. Choosing the best, and more
The holiday season can be filled with stress and panic last-minute buying gifts. If you know someone that’s an outdoor enthusiast, why not get them something they will use for years to come? After all, there’s nothing worse than opening
Backpacking may be one of the most liberating ways to travel or explore the world around you. But whether you’re a backpacker for one year or just a weekend, it doesn’t come without inherent dangers that can put your life
Essential emergency skills: Fire. How to stay alive for the first 24 hours in an emergency.
Survival. This falls cleanly into the category of things that once you need it it’s too late to learn it, so prepare yourself in advance by learning what you need to know now. Whether you get lost in the wilderness