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.
Kevin Sawchuk shares his how-to on fast day hikes, and his why-to, too.
Chris Townsend shares his sandal wearing experience.
Mike Clelland! has gone stakeless!
Roman Dial demystifies whitewater for the packrafter wanting to understand the natural progression of learning to packraft in the context of increasingly difficult whitewater.
Packrafters need to limit their gear so it fits on the bow of their six-foot-long craft. This means dehydrated food for dinner, sleeping under a tarp and wearing wet clothes dry. What is river running like when big rafts haul the food and gear...Can an ultralight packrafter be enticed to the dark side?
Carrying a lightweight pack has consequences, but they might not be what you think.
Avoiding and treating hypothermia in the backcountry with ultralight equipment.