Temperatures are warming and summer is just around the corner. If you've always wanted to try backpacking now's the time to get ready for a summer outdoors. Backpacking is a lot of fun, especially with a few friends, and doesn't have to come with all the struggle and discomfort associated with it.
Deciding what to eat in the outdoors stumps even seasoned backpackers, but having a delicious meal when you get to camp can take your trip to the next level. There are many good options for calorie-dense freeze-dried meals, just head to your local outdoor store and pick your menu.
Backpacking evokes images of overstuffed packs with gear strapped all over the outside - an uncomfortable monstrosity you're supposed to strap to your back and carry for miles. It doesn't have to be that way - even as a beginner backpacker, you can carry a sleek, lightweight pack by focusing on the essentials and leaving the rest.
Spring has sprung and summer is just around the corner. That means the time for dusting off that backpack and getting into the backcountry is not far off either. You say you're not ready? Yeah, neither are we - but here are a few ways you can get yourself (and your gear) ready for summer adventures.
It's National Sleep Awareness Week, but we believe that every experience in the backcountry should be built around the best possible night’s sleep. A good night’s sleep can make the difference between a terrific outdoor experience and a terrible one.
A cold, sleepless night can quickly turn a great camping trip sour. Don’t let the fear of being cold keep you from enjoying the beauty that the winter months have to offer. Here are 4 simple tips for staying warm on those chilly backcountry nights.
Is there anything better than the peppy prance of a dog happy to be out in the woods with their human? If it's your first time bringing your pup along, here are some things to consider before hitting the trail.
This is no ordinary stuff sack. Our fully-welded, watertight, compression compatible Dry Sacks are the best on the market. We wouldn't pack our Zenbivy Beds in anything else! Here's how to choose the size that's right for you.
When putting together your perfect sleep system, it is important to consider what you’ll be wearing inside your bag. Socks, hat, and moisture-wicking long underwear are a good place to start, but what about a down jacket?