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Hiker Trailer – A Teardrop Camper for the Masses

Not unlike other entrepreneurial success stories from humble beginnings, co-founders Robert Reeve (an electrical engineer) and Wesley Henry (a firefighter), started out as friends building traditional teardrops in their garages. Around 2010, Rob designed a “square teardrop” prototype of the Hiker Trailer, with the first build occurring in 2012. Not…


How to Make a Bushcraft Shelter

In the video below, you’ll learn how to make a bushcraft shelter out of natural woodland materials. First and foremost, build your shelter in an area with a lot of fallen branches. Basically build it where the materials are in abundance in order to expend the least amount of energy….


Luxury RV Camping

If minimalist backpacking is on one side of the spectrum, these Luxury Class RV’s are on the complete opposite side! These Luxury RV Camping vehicles come with amenities and furnishings fancier than most homes. These RV’s are simply rolling yachts that would make an unforgettable luxury adventure for anyone, even…


Best Multi-Tools for Backpacking

Beyond the absolute essentials like shelter, sleeping bag, and food, a good multi-tool may be the most useful piece of outdoor gear that will accompany you on a hiking, backpacking, or camping trip. What’s more, a multi-tool’s usefulness and practicality is not limited to the outdoors. They are a one-stop…


Alternatives to Mountain House Freeze Dried Backpacking Food

When the discussion topic among outdoors people is backpacking freeze dried food, the 800-pound gorilla in the room is always Mountain House Foods. The company that sells 10 million food packages a year to outdoors people, preppers, and survivalists traces its roots back to the Vietnam War. Its parent company,…



Nymphing for Trout: Fly Selection

Many fly fishermen know that 80% of a trout’s diet is comprised of nymphs, but not that many anglers are successful nymph fisherman. Dry flies allow an angler to physically see what is happening and assess what they are doing visually. You can see takes and refusals that allow you…


Windcatcher Air Pad

Inflates in Seconds w/ NO Power or Pumping While some may enjoy the light-headed feeling and starry spots in your vision when hyperventilating to blow up your camping air mattress, the rest of us want to get this chore over as fast as possible and move on to other fun!…