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What You Need to Read to Get Ready for Fall Hiking & Camping
Fall is one of our favorite times of the year to get outside. The air gets crisp, trails and campsites are a little less crowded and there’s plenty of new gear to try out. We’ve rounded up some of our best how-to guides, tips and expert advice to help you get the most out of your fall camping and hiking.
Buying hiking boots isn't as straightforward as it used to be. Here's how to get a pair that fits right and will last for miles.
Tarps are as basic as camping gear gets, but they're also equally versatile. Kammok's new Khuli Pro might be one of the best.
With the right care and attention, a pair of well-built leather hiking boots will last for years. Here are the steps to make your current pair your last pair.
Washing a down sleeping bag (or a down jacket) is simpler than you might think.
The definitive guide to the best hiking boots available now, with reviews for each boot, plus tips and trivia to know before you buy.
Fed up with the spork, an ineffective jack-of-two-trades, I sought out a campsite cutlery alternative.
Camping essentials like a tent and sleeping bag may cost well over $100, but the rest shouldn't have to.