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Easi-Move Trailer Mover

Never again struggle to hitch your travel trailer with the Easi Move Trailer Mover We’ve all been there – even the best of us, where it’s taken many, many tries to line your trailer hitch up with the tow ball on your vehicle. A pain and nuisance for some, and more…


The Best Backpacking Rain Jacket

When you’re out there on the trail, you will inevitably encounter some not-so-optimal weather. Whether it’s wind, rain, snow, sleet, or hail, you need a rain jacket to protect you from the elements. If you haven’t splurged on your other gear, start here. A quality backpacking rain jacket can turn…


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,…


Heimplanet “The Cave” Geodesic Inflatable Dome Tent

Well if you think that’s a mouthful to say, you’ll understand why looking at this tent. According to Heimplanet, “The Cave” tent was designed by Stefan Clauss and Stefan Schulze Diekhoff. It’s structure is supported by an inflatable skeleton, rather than rigid poles, and in the form of a geodesic…


2012 Popup Camper Trailers

A minimalist approach to being one with nature, yet retain your own home comfort amenities Over the years, I’ve been able to experience camping over a broad spectrum – ranging from just the basic essentials on my back, to camping in a lavish RV. It seems a popup tent trailer is…


Roof Rack Awning Options Mount To Your Vehicle

A roof rack awning is ideal for situations where you need shade next to your vehicle. The most common option for shade out on overland adventures might be a free-standing shade canopy.  While providing necessary shade, free-standing canopies tend to have multiple drawbacks, being heavy and bulky. Additionally, most free-standing canopies…


Hiking Yellowstone and the Backcountry Permit Process

In recent years, Yellowstone National Park has broken annual attendance records and 2016 was no exception with the park receiving 4.2 million visitors. Most of them only experience the grandeur of our nation’s oldest national park through a windshield.  A few visitors take to some of the 900 miles of…


Hiking Pants for Men & Women: Key Features to Look For

Hiking pants for both men and women have a variety of features ranging from zippers just above the knee that allow long pants to be converted to shorts, to small holes in the crotch that improve ventilation. Picking and choosing among these features to suit your own needs is a…