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Reviews of books, websites, digital media, and other materials of interest to wilderness recreationists.
How do trails form? Why do trails form? Come to think of it, what is a trail? These are but a few of the (deceptively simple) questions author Robert Moor attempts to answer in his book On Trails (Simon and Schuster, 2016). Moor – a lifelong backpacker and Appalachian Trail thru-hiker in addition to being a writer – approaches his subject with lyrical language and journalistic due-process. The result is a book as quietly spiritual as it is wildly informative.
Introduction Backcountry Foodie – Ultralight Recipes for Outdoor Explorers by Aaron Owens Mayhew, MS, RDN, CD. is a cookbook containing 50 dry-based ingredient recipes along with detailed nutritional information for each. The target audience is backcountry adventurers looking to expand their dining options, drop some consumable weight, save money over pre-packaged meals, and those concerned with […]
The High Sierra Trail Film by Chris Smead explores the history and wonder of the John Muir Trail’s little brother in this festival circuit documentary.
A very well-written book that is recommended for anyone interested in learning the best ways to take care of their feet.
Ron Craighead interviews Roman Dial on the release of his new book, Packrafting!
Affluenza, as it is defined by the authors, is “a painful, contagious, socially transmitted condition of overload, debt, anxiety and waste resulting from the dogged pursuit of more.”
Backpacking Light Magazine to launch first book on Packrafting in June 2008.
UltralightLiving.com explores the extension of ultralight backpacking philosophies to other areas of your life.
Backpacking Light Print Magazine Issue 8 portal to reprints and supplements.