With all of the tragic fires engulfing the West Coast areas we love, it never hurts to review some fire safety tips before hitting the trail. Remember to always be prepared, and always check the weather conditions before heading out for an enjoyable trek. … More 5 Fire Safety Tips While on the Trail
Tis the season, for outdoor living and chargrilled meals. Fall is one of our favorite seasons and, in our opinion, the best time for camping, building a fire and making some delicious meals. Whether you are car camping, or packing in for the night, packing a tasty meal brings people together and makes the outdoors that much more enjoyable. … More 5 Delicious Recipes for Campfire Cooking
Adventure is awaiting at every turn, but sometimes we can’t find another adventurer to join. Should you stay home just because you can’t find anyone to join you? While we don’t recommend solo hiking, if you do go out alone just be prepared and always be ready for the worst-case scenario. Solo hiking can be extremely peaceful, providing a nice quite weekend away. Sometimes you just want to chill with the birds and the bees, right? Safety always comes first while on the trail so take a look at these tips and must-have items before you hit the trail solo. … More 5 Tips If You Must Hike Alone
There is nothing better than fresh cool air and being outdoors no matter the weather! Fall and Winter camping can provide some amazing views, scenery and changes to the landscape. Don’t miss out because you get a little chilly! Here are some tips to stay warm while the sun sets behind the peaks. … More 5 Tips to Stay Warm While Camping
So you’ve mastered the green life at home. You recycle, compost and are eating farm-to-table as regularly as you can. However, sustainable living gets a little trickier once you get out on the trail, especially when it goes head-to-head with convenience. With that in mind, here are some of the easiest ways we can think … More 5 Tips for Sustainability on the Trail
Spring has sprung! Hooray! However, with the return of wonderful spring and warmer months, it also brings the return of sneaky little ticks! Ticks are alive and thriving during all seasons, but as we venture back into the woods they are anxious to see us again for the start of camping season. These guys love to … More Tips for Tick Season
By Melissa Edge from AdventureTykes.com J-Man is 6 years old and I’m still surprised at the responses we get when other folks see us backpacking into the wilderness with him. When he was an infant and we hiked you would have thought I had an alien on my back. The comments, although encouraging, were also … More What Does It Take To Backpack With Kids?