Category Archive: trail information

Oct 25

Orange Screw Outdoor Product Review

Orange Screw Ground Anchor How many campers does it take to screw in a ground anchor? It’s not just a corny joke, and it’s not just for camping. Very few outdoor products are as versatile as the Orange Screw ground anchor. Not only can you use it for securing your tent to the ground but …

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Sep 30

Fenix CL30R Camping Lantern

Fenix CL30R Camping Lantern Review The Fenix CL30R Camping Lantern is one tough cookie… and, unlike other tough cookies, it’s also waterproof to IPX-7 standards. But the fun just begins there. Fenix camping lanterns are definitely made with the great outdoors in mind. With 650 lumens of lighting power, they provide ample illumination for your …

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Jul 17

Crosskix Granite 2.0 Footwear

Crosskix Granite 2.0¬†Footwear for Trail Versatility First off, Crosskix was not created specifically as a trail shoe, but after thoroughly reviewing the Crosskix 2.0 lightweight sporty Foamposite footwear, I can tell you that you may add them to your list of must-haves on your hiking, biking and backpacking lists. Let’s start by taking a quick …

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Jun 18

Trails in England

Lots of Footpaths in England… England is a hikers paradise. For someone from the United States or just about any other country, the mass profusion of walking trails in England is unbelievable. It is no exaggeration to say that they’re everywhere. Whether you’re looking at a local map or driving on one of the roads, …

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Apr 02

Group Bike Ride Etiquette on Trails

Group Rides on Trails We’ve all seen the group rides on roads. It seems like there’s no rhyme, no reason & no rules. Cyclists riding double, triple & quadruple file spilling out into the road & completely ignoring the bike lane. But on trails, it’s essential that bicyclists heed the rules, both written & unwritten. …

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Mar 23

Homemade Backpacking Food & Trail Snacks

Budget Trail Snacks & Outdoor Food We all love our trail snacks and it’s nice to splurge on pre-packaged freeze dried backpacking meals every now and then. Nothing’s better, at the end of a hard day on the trail, than a quick & easy meal of turkey tetrazzini or beef stroganoff. But it can get …

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