Techniques, gear and clothing to keep your pack light and a smile on your face during continuous days of rain.
Drinking untreated backcountry water can make you sick - but choosing your drinking spots intelligently can greatly reduce that risk. Here, a doctor shares the methods that have kept him healthily "sipping the waters" for the past 20 years.
Poncho Tarps are not just for the eccentric. Learn how to use them in foul weather and save considerable weight and simplify your gear kit.
Features for a lightweight backpacker to look for in a digital or film camera.
The winners of the Backpacking Light Trip Planning Spreadsheet Contest are a diverse group.
Formulas and theory for predicting possible distances and times with ultralight gear for long distance backpacking.
Go wild - leave the TP at home.
Selecting a Canister Stove for Cold Weather Backpacking
Part II: Commercially Available Canister Stove Systems
Many canister stove models become excellent cold weather performers with a simple twist.
Fuel fundamentals and basic flame chemistry explained so that canister stove cold weather performance can be optimized.
Complete lightweight camera and accessories setup for the professional backcountry photographer.