Boot Recommendations
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by /u/ATX_Druid
1h ago
Greetings, I tend to stick to late fall to winter backpacking and just absolutely love to camp in the winter ( I'm from Texas and doing this in the summer is not something I've ever enjoyed.) I'm looking for some pretty specific criteria for some boots and after a bit of a search online I haven't found many options. I was wanting to reach out to people to see what else may be out there. I've really enjoyed my Timberland Earthkeepers, but I wanted to see what else was out there. What I'm looking for: Mid-Calf Length boot Light weight Somewhat water resistant, water proof if possible. Durable L ..read more
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What are your go-to snacks and lunch items for a 5-7 day trip?
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by /u/irrfin
4h ago
I have my regular choices but I’m looking to expand my options. What types of snacks and lunch items do you bring on your trips that might be unique or a pro-tip outside of the generic, usual items (trail mix, ect). submitted by /u/irrfin [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Craziest camping stories?
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by /u/Sharp-Currency-7289
17h ago
I feel like this is sometimes not talked about enough submitted by /u/Sharp-Currency-7289 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Backpacking AND fly fishing trip in Arizona? 3-4 days.
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by /u/tdgabnh
19h ago
I live in Phoenix,AZ . I am more of a casual backpacker but I’m wondering if anyone in Arizona has any recommendations for a 3-4 day backpacking trip that is good for fly fishing. Less than 20 miles total. I fish Tenkara but have friends who fish western style. submitted by /u/tdgabnh [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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What is a good affordable 1 person tent THAT IS WATER PROOF? something that looks like the photo
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by /u/Sharp-Currency-7289
1d ago
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Good cameras for vlogging and taking pictures
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by /u/e-tard666
1d ago
Hi all! My friends and I have gone on some pretty phenomenal trips over the years and always get the same question year after year… “Do you guys have a YouTube channel?” I’ve started thinking, why not? I’d like to start recording my trips for the memories and to share them with my friends, family, and even strangers on YouTube. I’m looking for some quality camera recommendations that are durable, somewhat lightweight (I’m not an ultralighter though), preferably cheap, and great for filming the backcountry. Let me know what you guys got! submitted by /u/e-tard666 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Plastic Taste in Platypus 4L GravityWorks
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by /u/jec0995
1d ago
Hi all, As the title says, the platypus gravityworks filter makes our water taste horrible. Just a really strong plastic taste. I haven't seen anyone else mention this with this filter system. Suggestions for cleaning it out? Was going to go with denture tabs (flavorless) and see how that works. Guessing I probably shouldn't run that through the actual filter, just the bags and tubing. Thoughts or other suggestions? submitted by /u/jec0995 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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For anyone who makes videos of their trips...got a recommendation for a good, backpacking-friendly case for this?
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by /u/Life_of_IvyQuinn
1d ago
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Phone GPS works even if you have no cell signal?
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by /u/JamesonLKJ
2d ago
I'm looking to hike the Long Range Traverse in Newfoundland. It doesn't have a trail, so I was going to get a handheld GPS (like the Garmin Mini 2), but someone told me that my phone GPS should work even without signal. Does that mean a phone GPS can be depended on even for a hike like the Long Range Traverse? submitted by /u/JamesonLKJ [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Things I learned that I've never seen on anyone elses list, blog post
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by /u/Neph_girl
3d ago
[This blog is 100% not monetized (can you even monetize blogs anymore? Is there a point?), I just do this for fun.] I recently returned from my first 4-day backpacking trip. Prior to going, I watched all of the "What you should know before your first backpacking trip" videos on the internet (yes, all of them). I also watch all of the "What I wish I'd known" videos. I knew absolutely everything there was to know about backpacking before going. I was perfect. A diamond-cut backpacker for sure. I would never make any of the rookie mistakes that are so laughably prevalent in the backpacking commu ..read more
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