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Pro Tips: Don’t Let the Off-Season Slow You Down

Motivation to get outside during the off-season can fall as low as the mercury on a chilly November evening. But with a little planning and a few comfort-enhancing tricks, shoulder-season can be the perfect time of year for an adventure. Check out…

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7 Tips for Fall Camping

Seven Fall Camping Tips That crisp autumn air in your nostrils, the soft crunch of fallen leaves, the golden glow of an early sunset, less people, fewer bugs…camping in the fall is the best. Whether embarking on a late-season backpacking trip…

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Backpacking TV: What to Pack

You might be quietly sobbing over the end of summer, but fear not. As nearly any backpacker will tell you, fall is really where it’s at. The colors are spectacular, the crowds a bit thinner, and the temperatures so perfect,…

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How to Backpack with Toddlers

My best friend Heidi and I laid all the gear on the living room floor while August, Heidi’s two year old son, danced through the piles, asking if he could eat the snickers bar that was going into our food…

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Backpacking TV: Trail Etiquette

Visit the web page for Trail Ridge Road (U.S. 34), through Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado and you will discover that it, “offers visitors thrilling views, wildlife sightings and spectacular alpine wildflower exhibitions, all from the comfort of their…

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Backpacking TV: How to Get a Great Sleep While Backpacking

Our recent infographic on sleeping well outdoors was our take on some key elements to getting a great night’s rest under the stars. Now it’s Backpacker TV’s turn to drop their insights, reinforcing some of our points and adding few others to help you further. And…

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Backpacking TV: Campfires for Backpackers

The art of a responsible backcountry campfire is right up there with the art of the backcountry poo. Both are incredibly enjoyable, in their own unique ways, and both are more frequently practiced poorly than we all might like, leaving…

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How to Pack Your Backpack

The parallels between backpacking and relationships are innumerable, if not completely contrived for the sake of this introduction. For instance, take Paul Simon and me. We’ve never been in a relationship, but he thinks there are 50 ways to leave…

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