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.
Since its inception, snowshoes have become diverse in user base as well as its intended use. Read our post on the snowshoeing options available for a diverse pool of enthusiasts.
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.
The cold weather is settling in and winter is right around the corner. That doesn’t mean you can’t go outside; rather, there are ways to keep warm, particularly your feet. Take a look at our post and see how you can keep your feet warm.
While you’re exploring the outdoors, it’s crucial to never disregard dehydration during the winter months. Read our blog post for tips on how to prevent winter dehydration.
Read up on the top 5 things you should actively avoid getting caught in your boot while you’re out and about.
If you’re a fan of the outdoors but do not own a GPS device, you can still participate in Geocaching activities with these top apps for your smart phone.
Whether, you’re experienced or you’re just getting into the activity of geocaching, we have a list of popular geocaching websites for all sorts of scavengers.
With the summer season upon us, we shouldn’t forget that rain can still affect us and our activities. Read our post on what types of rain gear you can use to keep you dry during a downpour.
We will explore proper apparel selection and effective techniques when building a multi-layer system for your next spring excursion. This post breaks down a 3-layer system to protect your upper body from spring’s fickle weather conditions.