5 More Smart Survival Tips From My Redneck Neighbor | Survival Life
There's always a lot to be learned from our redneck neighbors. I gathered some more survival tips from an old friend of mine. Read and learn!
North Fork of Big Pine: Backpacking to the Glacial Lakes
Hiking to the glacial lakes along the North Fork of Big Pine is one of my favorite backpacking spots in the Sierras. Here is all the information on doing it
50 Essential (Wilderness) Backpacking Tips
Your Backpack is packed and your boots are tied. What could be easier than a simple walk in the woods right? The great outdoors is magnificent beauty that can chew you up and spit you out very quickly. Survival can be pretty complicated when the time comes. Here is an Infographic that shares 50 essential (wilderness) backpacking tips.
Munk Pack Oatmeal Fruit Squeeze – Food Review
As hikers, backpackers, and outdoor enthusiasts we are always trying to find the best way to consume the calories to continue our adventures without lugging around extremely heavy products or dehydrating everything. Munk Pack has created
Sawyer MINI Water Filter – Gear Review – and Giveaway
The Sawyer MINI Filter is a light and super easy way to keep your water clean. This filter can be used as a stand alone squeeze filter, used as an inline filter for your hydration
10 unexpected and useful ways to use trekking poles - Campfire Stories
Trekking poles can be a huge help while hiking. They can help you keep your balance and help keep your muscles and joints from the wear and tear of hiking. I personally find them to be very useful and use them on day hikes as well as week-long backpacking trips. Most of my backpacking gear […]
Are you man enough to take on the wilderness? – Infographic
The right survival gear and knowledge can make being lost in the wilderness feel like a spa day at the Ritz. But stumble around unequipped and ill-prepared, and it's just a matter of time before you become Mother Nature's mulch pile. The true outdoorsman is equipped in tool and mind to build shelter, make fire, and acquire sustenance in the greatest of outdoors.
Leave a Hiker Emergency Note just in case – Free Download
With technology it is extremely easy to send a text message saying "I am going hiking". As hikers and backpackers we always plan for emergencies, but hope that we never have to execute our preparedness.
Hipcamp helping you discover and book new places to camp
Hipcamp utilizes its growing network to help find the best camping spots across the country. They source photos, tips, and updated information from their network of people just like you. The best part about Hipcamp is that you can reserve campsites quickly and easily from the Hipcamp website. No more clicking loads of links to find out that you may or may not have reserved the campsite.
Trail Tip – How to spot and begin treatment of heat stroke
In my last Trail Tip post I discussed heat exhaustion. I went over how to spot the symptoms and how to treat someone with heat exhaustion. In this final Trail Tip about heat related ailments