Sleep In The Dirt

Goosenest Development to Dirt 

Product Reviews

 

The Goosenest Gets You Up Off The Ground

If you’ve been camping in the dirt for a few decades like we have, being a little further off the ground can be nice. Cots have historically been heavy, unstable, and bulky making it more challenging to include them in your …

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How to Fit a Backpacking Pack

Product Reviews

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

Product Reviews

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

Product Reviews

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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