Ever heard the saying, there’s no such thing as bad weather, only inappropriate clothing?
You can camp no matter what.
It’s just a matter of being prepared.
This article will show you some essentials for keeping dry and warm or staying cool and happy.
If you think: It probably won’t rain. It will probably rain. It’s one of the rules of outdoor life.
Rain can ruin a camping trip when it catches you off guard — so don’t let that happen.
Hiking Joshua Tree in summer means 2 things.
It will be beautiful and you will be hot. Keeping hydrated, cool and not burned are the goals of hot weather hiking.
Wind can be a serious thing.
Just ask a tornado.
Here is some gear to keep from getting blown away on your next hike or camp.
Winter backpacking and camping is for the truly devoted outdoors enthusiast and it has its rewards — solitude, beauty and no bugs.
Here are a few things you’ll want to bring next time snow is on your itinerary.
It’s always a good time to get outdoors.
You just need to find the right gear so you can hike, camp or backpack all year round.
After spending 5 years testing gear, meeting people and exploring his home state of Colorado with his wife, Andrej realized something about the outdoor industry. Mostly, that it was complicated. Andrej set out to create no-nonsense gear that was just as easy to use as it was reliable. He recruited a team of wilderness professionals and educators and hit the drawing board. The result was simple gear that you could trust, with specs you understood. Now he’s inspiring others to get out there and explore, by giving them the confidence to trust both themselves and the gear they use.
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