The SUL Mindset may be more than gear weights, and performance standards.
A short film about the challenges we face when trying to expose young men to backcountry experiences.
Ten years ago, packrafters had few options. Today, the choices are many, and the future looks very promising.
Is wilderness really a cure for depression, or just a temporary escape?
"Wilderness settles peace on the soul because it needs no help. It is beyond human contrivance." -- E.O. Wilson
“Most of the luxuries and many of the so-called comforts of life are not only not indispensable, but positive hindrances to the elevation of mankind.” -Henry David Thoreau
Making decisions based on incorrect information negates stellar gear and knowledge, leading to trouble. It can happen far more easily than many of us would care to admit.
Commentary on the (lack of) gear you can love from the cottage industry.
How do we balance being a good parent, spouse and professional [insert your career here], while also embracing the side of us that wants to walk out the door and hike across the planet?
I love gear, but I hate paying for it. Could I get a lightweight shelter, pack, sleeping bag, and sleeping pad for under $100? And if I could... how long would it last me?