We’re all about trekking to far-flung locations, seeking adventure and exploring uncharted territory. The farther away, the better—getting off the grid comes with the territory.
Boots & Gear
There’s a lot to do before any big, long-distance hike: buy gear, sort supplies, analyze maps and guidebooks, pack and plan mail-drops.
My acrobatic skills might fairly be likened to an elephant’s, and I’m certainly no gymnast, but I’ve done some impressive rock-hopping in the name of maintaining dry socks.
The right boots for hiking at the Grand Canyon are essential.
My dog is the best dog in the world. Now, he hasn’t always been that way. He’s a springer spaniel-Labrador or a “springador,” and he was the puppy from hell.
Hiking and camping has been scientifically proven to be good for you.
Of all the winter sports—the ones that send you flying down a mountain on a board or trekking through the woods on a pair of snowshoes—ice climbing might just be the most dangerous of a
Camping is clearly most popular in the summer with all of the vibrant greens of grasses and forestry in full bloom.