We have collected hundreds of product ideas this spring to find some of the best hiking gear available for women. Over the past few years more and more companies have taken notice of women and have created better women's specific gear. Women do not have to settle for "pink it and shrink it" anymore and this guide proves it. The first product isn't necessarily for women only but it is definitely a great product for hiking in the outdoors. Also we are giving away a bug/first aid kit to one lucky winner. Read more to find out how to enter.
One of the best things about spring camping is cool nights and toasty sleeping bags. In this gear guide we have found some great products to help you sleep better and have a more enjoyable time camping this spring. We have included a few items that will help those people who can't leave their technology home, but we have also found a great game to keep the kids busy while back in camp. We are also giving away a Gerber Freescape Camp Kitchen Knife to one lucky reader. Read to find out how to enter to win.
One of the hardest things to narrow down for our travel gear guides are all the great packs and bags for traveling, with so many great products out there and options for every type of traveler. Having the right bag can make all the difference when traveling. We have also included great travel shoes, a water bottle that filter, a solar charger so you can always have power and much more. Safe travels!
Spring is a great time to get out hiking if you are prepared for spring run off to spring showers and having the right gear to keep you dry will make all the difference. This gear guide is full of some of our favorite picks for Spring 2014 hiking gear. From waterproof boots to a great snack, this gear guide has you covered from head to toe for your next hiking adventure. For all the ladies some of this gear comes in women's as well, but check back soon as we are posting a women specific hiking gear guide later this week. Also we have partnered with Wolverine to giveaway a pair of Alto hikers to one lucky winner. Read on to learn more.
I awoke early in the morning, just before dawn, so got up to wander a bit and watch the sun come up. When we arrived at the camp the night before, the first thing we noticed was that this camp was a junction for the other hike routes up to the summit. This meant there were dozens more hikers than we had seen at the camps previously, and the term “tent city” came to mind.
Landon Faulkner and his cousin Andrew are two bearded adventurers that are trying to make a difference for some at risk and under-served youth. They have announced Climb for Change, an ambitious assault, and first-ever two-day winter ascent, of Mount Lassen and Brokeoff Mountain in California’s Lassen Volcanic National Park using snowshoes.