When it comes to packable stoves there are lots of options. Most of them have their place, each with their own pros and cons. We cover three types to consider for your wilderness use.
I can confidently say that there are certain characteristics to look for in a sleeping bag to make the one you buy work comfortably for most outdoor camping.
This backpacking gear list is meant to cut through the noise and tell you specifically what gear you need to hit the trail stress-free ASAP.
When weighing the pros and cons of bringing a saw on your next wilderness trip. Consider what you will be using it for besides the mere consideration of space and weight. The right saw in your kit can save a ton of work.
When out in the wilderness take a bit of time to set up some key photos to tell your story later. These 10 hints will make your adventure memorable.
Over the last 15 years, I have been taking photos in the backcountry with everything from a cheap point and shoot, to a DSLR. Here are 6 tips for a great shot.
For years I did backcountry canoeing in the Boundary Waters. Its beauty was always difficult to capture without these three elements in the camera options
Select the right ax for your home or camp. Choose a tool that will fit your job or situation. From lightweight short axes for camping to heavy mauls for spliting.
Selecting an ideal canoe paddle has several considerations. The type of canoeing you will be doing. The materials the paddle is made of and the ideal shape of the paddle for your adventures.
Cleaning your chainsaw after heavy use will ensure that your woodcraft investment will be in top shape for your next tree falling job.