Sleep In The Dirt

How to Fit a Backpacking Pack

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Whether heading out on a short overnight or a multi-day backpacking trip, you want your backpack to fit just right. We put together a helpful guide to help you find the right size for your Big Agnes pack and how to make the proper adjustments for a custom, comfortable fit.…

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Self-Support on Idaho’s South Fork

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Idaho’s Class IV-V South Fork of the Salmon River drops a whopping 1,600 vertical feet in 40 miles, before dumping into the Main Salmon for an 18-mile paddle out. It combines wilderness and whitewater into one of the best self-support kayaking trips in the country. The only caveat being you’re …

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Orno UL 0 Review

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Thru-hiker Paul Ingram, better known as Pie on the Trail, discusses using the Orno UL 0 on the CDT and why this bag converted him back to a traditional mummy style sleeping bag.

To read more about Pie’s adventures on the CDT, and to check out more in-depth (geeky) gear …

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

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"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