Reflecting on a Sierra High Route Trek
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by /u/Cozy_Box
5M ago
Just back from an epic journey along the Sierra High Route. The experience was nothing short of amazing—navigating rugged terrain, soaking in the breathtaking vistas, and pushing my physical and mental boundaries. It's these adventures that redefine our connection with the wilderness. During the trek, I observed a variety of backpacking styles. From those embracing ultralight principles to others prioritizing comfort in their gear choices, it was a real eye-opener. This got me thinking about my own gear setup, particularly my tent. As someone who's keen on advanced backpacking, I'm looking in ..read more
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Upgrade pack
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by /u/exra_7
5M ago
I’ve been using an Osprey stratos 50 for several years now and was looking to upgrade to something bigger as well as adaptability with molle on the exterior. I’ve checked out mystery ranch and savotta. I’d appreciate some different suggestions and tips for upgrading. submitted by /u/exra_7 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Shoulder straps wet
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by /u/jal2_
5M ago
Hi all, been hiking since forever but only been doing long-distance trails for a few years. One problem I didn't figure out nicely enough is how to keep backpack shoulder straps dry without using a poncho. For the record I hike in places with rain for several days in row like arctic Sweden, sometimes you don't have any place or time to let things dry. For heavy rains I usually use poncho which covers both me and backpack. Problem is, its kinda hot in it if you make it wind proof (which you have to) and its highly unpractical when you need something from backpack or pockets etc. So more recent ..read more
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Anyone carrying a Recco Backpack Rescue Reflector on their pack?
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by /u/BarnabyWoods
7M ago
I'm wondering if it's really a useful safety measure. Weighs virtually nothing, and uses no batteries. submitted by /u/BarnabyWoods [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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They kill their own parents, children and neighbours. Now life is even worse for the vicious alpine marmot | Wildlife
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by /u/BarnabyWoods
9M ago
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Solo, Remote Wilderness Overnighter
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by /u/SeparateConcert9041
9M ago
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[Advice] Hiking with toddler
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by /u/sultanc
11M ago
Hi all, in a couple of weeks, I'm going to have the opportunity to be in Montana with some spectacular hikes available to me. I'm generally pretty fit (ran a marathon recently, play sports) and have done a fair bit of hiking/camping. This time, though, I'll have a toddler with me - 3 years old. I have an Osprey Poco pack to carry her in, but I wanted to get some thoughts on hiking with a 3 year old. Some of the hikes are ~7-8 miles, with a fair vertical climb (~5000 feet). Normally, I would have no problem doing this, even with a heavy pack (pack + kid probably ~40 lbs), but the risk threshol ..read more
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Yosemite rangers give the green light for hikers to knock down cairns
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by /u/BarnabyWoods
11M ago
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Backcountry heroes always try to bring us back, but our wilderness adventures are wearing them thin - Washington State Standard
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by /u/BarnabyWoods
11M ago
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When for a Solo Hike up in Dinkey Creek Wilderness
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by /u/NicksBCA
1y ago
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