The ideal sleeping spot
click on image for a HI-rez view tip number 93 The traditional camper doesn’t need to worry about finding a nice flat spot to sleep. They just hike to a heavily impacted designated site that’s already pounded flat. Then (after they set up their tent) they just unroll their porky full length inflatable pad, fill a stuff sack with all the clothes they take off and use this as their pillow. Then they climb into their beefy sleeping bag. If there is something lumpy under them, no worries, they…
Collapsible Camp Stove at werd.com
Backpackers know that when it comes to gear, weight is everything. And for cooking up hot meals at camp it doesn’t get much more minimalist than this collapsible camp stove from Littlbug. Made up of 4 pieces of Laser-cut stainless steel it quickly pops together & gives you the option of using natural biomass fuels or a trusty, old Sterno can.
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Baker Tent Camp I dont have camping board -yet! but this is great. So simple. no windows but does it matter when door becomes a big window? Best use of space. Do they make a modern lightweight version I wonder?
Backpacking Food Hacks to Keep You Eating Well Anywhere - REI Co-op Journal
Save fuel and energy after a long day backpacking with these 15 backpacking food tips. From coffee and teas to cooking hacks, we've got you covered.
Plenty of Water Filters Don't Work. Presenting the 5 That Do.
We break down the science behind these devices and explore which ones will keep you safest