From "good old raisins and peanuts" to trail mixes spiced with hot peppers, Michigan cherries, beer nuts, and dried carrots, the ultimate backwoods snack comes your way, courtesy of Backpacker readers.
Master the art of layering to keep comfy all winter.
Just because it's a little colder than usual doesn't necessarily mean that you want to run out and buy a new sleeping bag.
Bears get all the attention, but it's actually rodents that do most of the damage to backpackers' gear on the trail. Here's how to keep them at bay.
Don't let those partially-used cylinders linger on your shelf.
While rummaging around my basement I found a old can of stove fuel. Does this stuff spoil?
15 expert tips on how to winterize your cold-weather camping game, thrive and survive. Keep your core (and your gear) warm in the coldest weather with this ultimate guide.
This half-zip jacket is the lightest synthetic midlayer we’ve ever tried.
A reader asks: What's the difference between a $100 tent and a $300 one?
Can a pool float replace a pad for budget-conscious hikers? Our gear editor responds.
Ounce- and penny-counters will love this reliable cooker.
Readers often ask why we review such pricey equipment. Here's the answer.
A synthetic puffy that rivals the weight and warmth of down.
A slick drop-bottom feature sets this tough, smooth-rolling duffel apart.
Ultralight, oblong, zippered sacks to help you keep all your traveling gear organized.
Keeps coffee hot for over 24 hours, and water cold for more than 48!
An outstanding winter performance combo.