Live in Southeastern United States? Find yourself hungry outdoors often? There are foods you can enjoy when you’re outdoors. Read our post on wild edibles in the Southeast.
Spring is in full bloom and with it, avid hikers are getting ready to hit the trails. Hiking can serve several purposes, from spending time with family to acting as a healthy activity. Read our reasons why you should hit the trails this season.
Many adventurous campers continue camping on mountainsides well into the winter. Read up on what you’ll need to prepare yourself for such harsh conditions.
The weather can be bitter for all types of people and it’s best to prepare accordingly. Take a look at what options exist for long underwear for women.
Avid campers know that if you treat your sleeping bag well, it will return the favor. Read our post on how to properly care for your favorite sleeping bag.
Whether it’s during the summer or winter, having the proper sleeping bag impacts your camping experience. Read our post on how to how to pick out a new sleeping bag.
Last week we gave your favorite 13 posts of 2013 and now this week we are listing ours! So kick back, relax, and give another read to some of our favorite stories, guides, and lists from 2013.
Frostbite, or congelatio, is defined as body tissue injury caused by exposure to extreme cold, causing ice crystals to form under the skin and blood vessels, which may result in gangrene. Learn more about the symptoms within our post.
Breaking down a campsite is important not only for nature but for campers who follow suit. Read our post on how to properly break down a campsite.
With the Fall in full swing, campers can certainly still enjoy the great outdoors. Finding the right sleeping gear is crucial, of course, if one is to enjoy camping in the new season. Read out post on finding the right sleeping gear for the Fall season.