Anish set the self-supported record for the Appalachian Trail at the end of September, and is the first person to hold simultaneous records on the AT and the PCT.
Provocative discussions about experiences and opinions with key figures within, and outside, the lightweight backpacking community. Personal and relational in nature.
An interview with backpacker Douglas Malott who is passionate about the outdoors, and ensuring we are out there for the right reasons.
An Interview with Dan Durston from IntoCascadia.com
Cheryl McCormick at age 63 decides to conquer one of the most famous thru-hikes, the Appalachian Trail. Her story inspires us all and reminds us to chase our dreams.
Taking an ultralight mindset to Africa requires an adjustment, but the lessons learned and the experiences had in Africa are rarely matched.
Thru-hiking with your family is a logistical and financial challenge, but if you are looking to become closer or want to have an adventure, look no further!
A lively chat to introduce a new feature coming up on Backpacking Light: Mike’s Ultralight Tip of the Week!
Dana shares his thoughts on lightweight trends, gear testing, breakthrough products and assorted other topics.
Erin and Hig take part in Backpacking Light’s version of the Newlywed Game and reveal themselves to us.
Ron Craighead interviews Montana artist Monte Dolack on growing up in the Big Sky State and on the Backpacking Light-commissioned fine art print, “Light in the Wild.”
John Coffer is out of step with modern life – and that is just the way he likes it. Carol Crooker talks with John about his journey to contentment.
Carol Crooker interviews Roman Dial about his experience with the NPS for securing a permit to packraft the Grand Canyon.