Carol Crooker's essay on enlightenment shows that Mother Nature can be a pushy broad, but she gets the job done.
Backpacking Light's Wilderness Trekking School Photo Essay.
The true story of how Jamie survived in the woods with his paper coat.
Steve Hinkle relays that carrying all the comforts of home ultimately made for a miserable trail experience, and how shedding "comforts" was actually more pleasant in the long run.
How do BPL Staffers stay warm, hydrated, and caffeinated in the backcountry?
"I guess I first realized my pack weight had to change when I was in intensive care recovering from a bad fishing trip."
Lightweight Testimony: Tony Wong Finds, Loses, and Rediscovers a Lightweight Passion.
Cold & wet: really only good when it describes your dog's nose. But you can still be comfy in these conditions with the right (lightweight) gear.
Erin and Hig discuss their minimal first aid kit and strategies for staying alive and well throughout a year of wilderness trekking.
Roger Caffin shares his adventure in misadventure.