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Base Layer Clothing (Natural Vs Artificial)

Base Layer Clothing Whenever engaging in outdoor recreations, you truly know that the elements will likely not often be hot and bright. With that said, base layer clothing is essential for maintaining you hot and dried out during the cool and rainy/s...

Merino Vs Polypropylene (Natural Vs Artificial) For Base Layer Clothing

Whenever engaging in outdoor recreations, you truly know that the elements will likely not often be hot and bright. With that said, base layer clothing is essential for maintaining you hot and dried out during the cool and rainy/snowy months. YouR...

Coleman Bottle Top Propane Stove

Coleman Bottle Top Propane Stove PerfectFlow(TM) technology provides consistent performance, even in extreme conditions PerfectHeat(TM) technology for more efficient cooking with less fuel 10,000 total BTUs of cooking power Fits a 8-in. pan Burner an...
by Hiking Backpack on Jun 30, 2016

Char-Broil Portable Gas Grill, Deluxe

Char-Broil Portable Gas Grill, Deluxe Designed for on-the-go, anywhere grilling! The legs fold over the top of the grill to lock the lid in place and heat-resistant handles mean you don’t have to wait for the grill to cool down to move it 190 s...
by Hiking Backpack on Jun 27, 2016

Rome Industries 1705 Pie Iron Sandwich Cooker

Rome Industries 1705 Pie Iron Sandwich Cooker The Original Pie Iron Since 1964 Heavy Duty Square Cast Iron Design 28 inch Overall Length Toasts Pies and Sandwiches With Ease Great Fun For Firepits and inchStaycations inch The classic, all-time favori...
by Hiking Backpack on Jun 12, 2016

OuterEQ® 8pcs Lightweight Outdoor Camping Hiking Cookware Backpacking Cooking Picnic Bowl Pot Pan Set (Red)

OuterEQ® 8pcs Lightweight Outdoor Camping Hiking Cookware Backpacking Cooking Picnic Bowl Pot Pan Set (Red) This outdoor cooking set is designed for one or two people. The pot and frying pan are made of anodised aluminum, which makes it solid and li...
by Hiking Backpack on Jun 5, 2016

OuterEQ 4pcs Lightweight Outdoor Camping Cookware Hiking Backpacking Cooking Picnic Bowl Pot Pan Set

OuterEQ 4pcs Lightweight Outdoor Camping Cookware Hiking Backpacking Cooking Picnic Bowl Pot Pan Set Both the pot and pan have folding handles for space saving and compactness. The handle is foldable and easy for storage, with silicone tube cover to...
by Hiking Backpack on May 27, 2016

Mountaintop Outdoor Waterproof Hiking Daypack Climbing School Backpacks (Orange2)

Mountaintop Outdoor Waterproof Hiking Daypack Climbing School Backpacks (Orange2) -6 ADJUSTABLE STRAPS- For tying up your pack or hanging sleeping bag, mat, hammock, tripod, and other gears. -ZIPPERED ACCESS- Front zippered access to the main compart...
by Hiking Backpack on May 21, 2016

Coleman Butane Instastart Stove

Coleman Butane Instastart Stove Flame adjustment control Cartridge safety locking system Includes case for easy transportation 7,650 BTU output Fits up to one 10 inch pan in the cooking space With The Coleman Butane Instastart Stove on the go cooking...
by Hiking Backpack on May 9, 2016

Camping With Grandpa by Fairlady Media – Review

What we love… realistic camping app that encourages kids to leave no trace and provides a variety of mini games to play which reinforce real word like dousing a fire, finding an animal via tracks What we’d love to see… a game that i...
by The iMum on May 7, 2016

MalloMe Marshmallow Roasting Sticks Set of 8 Telescoping Smores Skewers & Hot Dog Forks 32 Inch Patio Fire Pit Accessories Camping Cookware Campfire Cooking Kids Fireplace Accesories – FREE Canvas Pouch, 10 Bamboo Sticks & Marshmallow Sticks Ebook

MalloMe Marshmallow Roasting Sticks Set of 8 Telescoping Smores Skewers & Hot Dog Forks 32 Inch Patio Fire Pit Accessories Camping Cookware Campfire Cooking Kids Fireplace Accesories – FREE Canvas Pouch, 10 Bamboo Sticks & Marshmallow...
by Hiking Backpack on May 6, 2016

Texsport Heavy Duty Camp 16″ x 12″ Grill

Texsport Heavy Duty Camp 16″ x 12″ Grill Sturdy cooking accessory makes it easier to grill your outdoor feasts 16-by-12-inch (W x D) grilling surface Made of heavy-duty welded steel Designed for cooking over an open fire Legs fold up for...
by Hiking Backpack on Apr 24, 2016

Coleman 9949-750 Road Trip Grill LXE

Coleman 9949-750 Road Trip Grill LXE Swaptop interchangeable cooktops for more meal options (griddle, full size griddle and stove grates sold separately) Instastart ignition for push-button, matchless lighting PerfectFlow technology provides consiste...
by Hiking Backpack on Apr 21, 2016

How to choose the perfect waterproof jacket for your hiking holiday

We’d done the whole Tour de Mont Blanc together, sharing the views from the high mountain passes, sheltering from the odd summer shower. We’d walked the dry stone route in Mallorca although admittedly most of the time was spent at the bot...
by Heather on her travels on Oct 23, 2015

Outfitting the Out-Fit

REI (Recreational Equipment, Inc) seems to be synonymous with hiking. No matter who I have talked to or whatever blog/discussion group I have visited, inevitably the name of that store has come up as the place to buy everything you need for a backpac...
by Bertram's Blog on Jun 25, 2015

Packaging Parties! The Process of Filling Out Your Resupply Packages.

As we draw ever closer to our Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) departure date it becomes increasingly important to make sure that all of our trail ducks are falling into their places in line. One of the most important ducks is the supply packages that will...
by San Diego PCT Sloggers on Mar 20, 2015

PCT Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

When one decides to go on a journey such as the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) a lot of questions tend to arise from their friends and family. We’ve gathered a few of those questions from our loved ones in this article and hope to answer them to the...
by San Diego PCT Sloggers on Mar 13, 2015

TRAINING HIKE: Burnt Rancheria Campground to Kwaaymii Point

We are just under two months from our departure date and as we draw closer and closer it becomes more and more important for us to start introducing the weight of a thru-hiker’s pack into our training hikes. It is for this reason that when Gary...
by San Diego PCT Sloggers on Feb 9, 2015

Time Has Changed the Trail and Technology Has Changed the Hiker

“Time has changed the trail and technology has changed the hiker.” I keep hearing this phrase over and over in my thoughts as I think about the changes that have occurred since my first PCT hike. What has happened to hiking boots rates right up t...
by San Diego PCT Sloggers on Jan 26, 2015

Fresh Balls – Hygiene for your groin area – Gear Review

Yes that is really the product’s name. Believe it or not the name of the product is exactly what the product does. Fresh Balls is a quick drying lotion that provides freshness, anti-chafing,... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my websi...
by HikingTheTrail on Jan 24, 2015


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