Know your area.The lower or inland regions of California are mostly hills covered in low grass and scrub brush and dry, rocky desert effectively. Very wide open affairs most ofContinue reading “Food for Thought: Terrain Consideration”
After last years less that ideal experience with the Kylmit Static V air mattress I decided to try to out the Alps Mountaineering “Swift Insulated” air mat. I have notContinue reading “Alps Mountaineering “Swift Insulated” Air Mat Review”
A fundamental FieldCraft skill is using a map and compass. You don’t need an internet connection to have the piece of mind of information at your fingertips. As experts inContinue reading “Brunton Backcountry Use Quick Reference Navigation Cards”
Finally the part all my fellow geardos have been waiting for, the gear.Since we settled on a three day trip in the mountains last time we’ll structure around that. BelowContinue reading “Repost: Backpacking: Get Packing￼”
PlanningBefore any trip you will need to analyze the area and start planning. For this exercise I am going to use the mountains as the main example and just haveContinue reading “Repost: Backpacking: Let’s Get Started”
Found some of the articles from the old site on “The Wayback Machine” so thought I would repost them. What kind of outdoorsman are you? A lot of us fancyContinue reading “Repost: So You Think You Can Camp?”
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