What is hypothermia, and how do you treat it with an ultralight backcountry gear kit?
In this episode of the Backpacking Light Podcast, Ryan discusses ultralight first aid kids for backcountry use.
Two ibuprofen and a five-year-old Band-Aid ain't gonna cut it.
We need to take a hard look at what it means to be a long-distance backpacker in 2020 - what types of trips should be off the table, what types of trips are still okay, and how to keep yourself sane if you can’t make a backpacking trip work this year.
Stress fractures in the lower leg and foot are common injuries among long-distance hikers, hikers who are training for big events, vacation hikers, runners, and older hikers. This video podcast episode discusses the definition, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of stress fractures.
To help you stay safe this season, this Backpacking Light SKILLS SHORT centers on frostbite and hypothermia.
A short, detailed discussion on immersion foot and maceration, how to deal with it in the backcountry and when not to.
This article features an interview with a Canadian Mountain Rescue Medic, focusing on how to assemble lightweight first aid and trauma kits for backcountry travel.
The most comprehensive review of backpacking scissors for ultralight hiking and camping: 11 models compared in 13 tests! You just may leave your knife at home.
In this Backnife Review, we focus on the comprehensive (sic) blade technology in this detailed analysis of a cutting tool ;)