Outdoor writer Larry Tullis brings a lightweight ethic to backcountry fishing.
Perspectives on footwear and foot care from a type II diabetic backpacker.
SUL for the masses? Perspectives on comfortable gear - with a suggested gear checklist - for a non-technical canyoneering backpacking trip requiring less than five pounds of gear on your back.
How lightweight backpacking gear has kept the author on the trail at 70.
The basics of selecting trail food that is appetizing, energizing, and easy to prepare.
Systematic analysis of considerations for evaluating a GPS system of lightweight equipment and software for efficient navigation.
A short primer on the topic of backcountry hygiene to help you minimize the risk of contracting stomach-borne illnesses while in the backcountry.