If you want to get in touch with nature without spending too much, consider camping. Not only is camping a great way to spend time …
Looking for the call of the wild without the call of your credit card? Dive into the art of budget camping. With practical tips and tricks, we’ll guide you on an outdoor adventure that’s wallet-friendly and full of unforgettable memories.
Whether you’re hiking, camping, or simply enjoying a picnic in the park, practicing good outdoor personal hygiene helps maintain your health and safety to ensure …
Social media is lighting with a suggestion to change their voice mail greeting when their stranded and the Smartphone’s battery is dying. We have a better way.
Feeling confident that you can dunk your water bottle into your water source is a unique spot to be in. I only do it here and there in the Boundary Waters. Everywhere else, it’s good to have an outdoor water filter.
Here the types and methods I have tried with pros and cons for each.
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.
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