This ultralight shelter still has plenty of room.
Live large in this lightweight, ultracomfy three-person tent.
For more than 100 years, our national parks have provided life-list experiences, adventures, and stop-in-your-tracks views. But not all parks—or hikes—are equal. Start with these 25 trips, the new classics of the system.
When it comes to roomy, durable, affordable shelters, this tent is king.
Get off the ground and out of the tent with these perfect backcountry picks.
Acadia National Park
Yosemite National Park
Yellowstone National Park
Pinnacles National Park
Congaree National Park
Olympic National Park
Glacier National Park
No matter who you're shopping for, we've got you covered with 2015's best holiday gifts for hikers, in every price range.
The only way to find the best winter gear? Get out and stay out—all season long.
Your complete winter skills guide; Editors' Choice Snow Awards; cold-season trips, and more from the November 2015 issue of Backpacker Magazine.
Here's the gear we used to make the next-level camp food in our story Hike Hard, Eat Well.
A look back at the boots we've loved for years that are still at the top of their class.
Maps, waypoints, and turn-by-turn directions for the eight hikes featured in Hidden Montana (July/August 2013).
BACKPACKER and CLIMBING have teamed up to bring you a one-stop resource for scaling the best treks and technical climbs in the country.