Having hiking boots that actually fit your feet could be the difference between an incredible, transformative trip and a traumatizing, painful weekend where you lose some toenails. I don’t know about you but I’m all for Team Keep Your Toenails!
Being prepared with the proper clothing is essential in the backcountry so you can confidently focus on the adventure in front of you, without any painful or agonizing distractions.
If you haven’t already made it a point to visit Joshua Tree National Park, then it’s time to plan a trip!
Here are all the resources you need to plan your epic adventure to visit Joshua Tree National Park in 2020.
Let’s be honest here: we all know that the nutritional quality of our diets aren’t the most impressive when we’re out bagging peaks on thru-hikes, section hikes, and backpacking expeditions. Here are some of the best supplements to keep you kicking ass on the trail.
Are you wondering what you need to poop outside? Here are the 6 Essentials you need to make a backpacking poop kit so you’re ready when nature calls!
If peeing in the wilderness is intimidating for you, then follow this step-by-step guide. Alright ladies, grab your T.P. (or pee rag) and read on!
Here are 14 fun and useful things hikers can do at home to get ready, organized, fit, and inspired for their next big hiking adventure.
Here are a few backpacking safety tips to help keep you safe, stoked, and exploring the wilderness like a backcountry expert.
With outdoor sports like hiking, climbing, and backpacking becoming increasingly popular every year, it’s more important than ever to be mindful of how we’re effecting outdoor spaces.
The better we can adventure in alignment with the Leave No Trace 7 Principles, the better we can minimize our impacts and protect our precious outdoor spaces.
Let’s give back to the beautiful outdoors by packing out ALL of our trash and starting conversations with our friends to do the same.
To ensure long term sustainability for our public lands, packing out all toilet paper is a necessary practice so we can enjoy our wild spaces for generations to come.
Here are 5 reasons to start packing out your toilet paper instead of burying it!