When was the last time you were camping? Been a while, right? Now that the world has shut down and we are told to “Social Distance” ourselves, what are we to do and what is the best way to do it…hmm…stay cooped in the house for the next 30 days binge-watching TV, I think NOT! It’s time to start thinking about all the available Outdoor Activities still available. Hiking, biking, kayaking, camping, backpacking, geocaching, the list is endless! But let’s focus on “camping and the primary, as all the primary activity can be done form a campsite as “home-base.”
When renting, there are no long conversations with your spouse about how much all that dust-collecting gear cost and where you’ll be storing it!
This Budget Friendly, Tunnel Dome-Style Tent has two separate rooms big enough for a queen mattress and all your gear!
A competitive cyclist’s relationship with food can be summed up in one word: intense. Our love of food runs deep and plays a role in almost every aspect of cycling. A hearty meal is the reward for a long day in the saddle.
While setting out to enjoy the outdoors, it is always a good idea to follow some simple camping tips – especially those that should guarantee that you stay dry during your camping trip. Being cold and wet are the two things that can ruin a camping trip!
All your peeps are planning an epic hike, and you’re tired of them making fun of you for carrying your necessities in your 1980’s fanny pack and the grocery bag from last night’s dinner!
I love the UV Protective Active Apparel and wear them all the time. There are so many companies making functional and stylish clothes it becomes challenging to know what good and what to look for, especially at these hire the cotton prices.
Camping & Traveling by Bike Bikepacking on the road or in the mountains, it's always an adventure! Bikepacking offers a unique way for solo and group adventure junkies to find and access new places, meet new people, and encounter new personal challenges anywhere...
The Toolcard Pro & Bit Vault Two EDC tools to make everyday life a bit easier. The first thing to consider when looking to purchase a multitool is, do you want one that you will wear on your belt or are you looking for something more compact and light to just put...
When moving downhill, there is a large amount of pressure on the knees as they help the body slow its descent – Trekking Poles can effectively act as brakes.
Dedicated GPS or Smartphone? Why a dedicated GPS (DGPS) is far better than any SmartPhone ever will be!Frequently this topic keeps coming up over and over again, and I thought it was about time to lay out my thoughts on the subject. I'm not advocating a single source...
Review: When I first heard about the GTM, my initial thoughts were, this was a device that would allow me to get text messages out to the world when I didn’t have any cell service.