Sleep In The Dirt

We’ve met some interesting folks over the years. Our Blog features some of their stories and a few of our own. Grab a drink and a headlamp, you’re going to be here awhile.

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Lake Blanche, Utah – Corey Kopischke

How Conditions on the CDT Converted Me Back to a Mummy-Style Sleeping Bag

Product Reviews
"I climbed into the Orno and was immediately glad I’d decided to make the switch. Aside from being rated 10 degrees warmer than the quilt, the design of the bag made it one of the most comfortable night's sleep I’d had on the trail up to that point. I thought I’d find the tapered mummy design restrictive, but I found it roomy. The 3D foot box meant my feet could stretch out and move around freely." Read the rest

@bigagnes_

We've met some interesting folks over the years. Our Blog features some of their stories and a few of our own. Grab a drink and a headlamp, you're going to be here awhile. 

@bigagnes_

We've met some interesting folks over the years. Our Blog features some of their stories and a few of our own. Grab a drink and a headlamp, you're going to be here awhile. 

Family Bikepacking Through the Baja

Essays From the Field
"Parents who are considering a family bikepacking adventure have a lot to consider - there is a lot at stake! We want our kids to be safe, happy, and inspired for further family trips. And we want to have fun along the way too. Here are five strategies to get your entire family out on their first bike camping adventures." Read the rest

Ambassador Krystle Wright on Being an Auntie

The Campfire Chronicles
"In the end, it goes to show that sleeping in the dirt is the cure to keeping the soul grounded no matter how much time you’ve spent on this planet. We’ve already planned spring adventures to keep introducing Bowyn to new activities, and hopefully teaching him the right habits of developing a love to be outside!" Read the rest