There are several pet peeves backpackers hate. Two of them are the fact that carrying water in a 1-liter aluminum or plastic bottle will take up valuable space. The other is a broken zipper. While there are some fixes for these problems, we encountered new solutions when we met up with Michael Beverly at Ace […]
The Carson Optical RV 826 is a lightweight, low-cost binocular that’s perfect for many uses.
This popular Class III 5.6 climb offers spectacular views from Yosemite’s high country with lots of knobs, flakes and cracks that will work on your hand jams.
The M2 series is a fashionable way to stay fit. With a wide clock face, nine different language options and a large digital numbering system, it’s easy to track the progress of your calorie burn and heart rate increase; speeding along bike trails and track speed runs.
The Inertia O Zone is definitely one of our new favorites for ultra-light sleeping pads.
Here are some tips that can help you keep better protected against the sun’s harmful UVB and UVA rays.
Many campers get sick from e-coli infection due to unsafe handling of raw meat. Here’s some saftey tips for you to remember on your next outing.
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