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Camping in a Tent or a Motor Home:  What is Best?

Camping in a Tent or a Motor Home: What is Best?

Are you interested in going on a camping adventure? If you are, you are definitely not alone. In the United States, camping is often referred to as a popular pastime. One of the many reasons why camping is so popular is because of all of the choices that you have. One...

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Why You Should Create a Camping Checklist

Why You Should Create a Camping Checklist

Are you interested in going on a camping adventure? Whether you would like to go camping alone, with a group of your friends, with your family, or with your romantic partner, you will need to bring multiple pieces of camping equipment with you, as well as other...

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Why You Should Plan Camping Vacation In Advance

Why You Should Plan Camping Vacation In Advance

Are you interested in taking a camping vacation with your romantic partner, your friends, or your family? If you are, have you already started planning your camping vacation? If you have yet to start planning your camping vacation, you may want to think about doing so...

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How Camping Can Be a Unique Romantic Getaway

How Camping Can Be a Unique Romantic Getaway

Are you interested in taking a romantic getaway with your romantic partner? If you are, have you already decided where you would like to go and what you would like to do? If you have yet to choose your romantic getaway destination and your romantic getaway activities,...

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What to Consider When Choosing a Campsite

What to Consider When Choosing a Campsite

Are you interested in going on a camping adventure? If you are, have you already decide where you would like to go camping? If you have yet to choose a campground park to camp at, you may want to think about doing so soon. In the summer months, camping is a popular...

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A Quick & Dirty Guide to the Wonderland Trail

A Quick & Dirty Guide to the Wonderland Trail

The Wonderland Trail circles Mount Rainier, the highest peak in Washington (14,411 ft / 4,392 m) and the most glaciated mountain in the contiguous United States. During its 93 mile (150 km) course, it passes through a diverse collection of ecosystems ranging...

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Tips for Preventing and Treating Tick Bites

Tips for Preventing and Treating Tick Bites

Ticks are about as popular as Auntie Mabel’s fruitcake at Christmas time. These sneaky bloodsuckers can carry viruses, bacteria, and parasites, and alongside mosquitos are at the top of the vector class when it comes to disease transmission. Unfortunately, they...

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Brooks Cascadia 14 Trail Running Shoes Review

Brooks Cascadia 14 Trail Running Shoes Review

The Cascadia is Brooks’ signature trail running shoe. A well-cushioned, neutral support shoe with reliable traction, I’ve hiked in every version of the Cascadia since the 3rd edition was released in 2008. Over the years Brooks has made a lot of design tweaks to...

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A Hiker’s Guide to the REI Anniversary Sale

A Hiker’s Guide to the REI Anniversary Sale

As many of my US readers will be aware, the REI Anniversary Sale is now underway. This is a great opportunity to save on any wishlist backpacking gear you may have been thinking about while stuck indoors during the lockdown. Up until May 25, all REI members can...

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Slim’s River West Trail to Observation Mountain

Slim’s River West Trail to Observation Mountain

Located in Canada’s remote Yukon Territory, Kluane National Park and Reserve is home to the country’s highest mountain (Mount Logan – 5,959 m /19,551 ft), one of North America’s densest concentration of grizzly bears, and the largest non-polar icefield in the...

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