Whether for breakfast, lunch, or an after-dinner treat, these make-ahead crepes add a touch of class to any campsite.
Hike into the epicenter of a cataclysmic explosion in New Mexico's Valles Caldera.
If you feel knee pain while hiking, don't ignore it. With these tips from a physical therapist, you can remedy and prevent injury.
Find a satellite communicator, a fastpacking shoe, and more in our round-up of the year's best gear.
Lightweight cookware and a revolutionary headlamp are among the highlights of this look back at 2001's best equipment.
Pat’s solves the age-old dilemma of how to pack beer on your hiking trip with concentrated beer syrup and a carbonator bottle.
Game-changing innovation in a ski touring boot.
At 11 ounces, the Route is the lightest, most inconspicuous snow sports helmet ever made.
Costs $200 less than any other new binding we tested this year without compromising performance.
An innovation in snowshoe design leads to great traction and comfort.
A light, cheap, durable backcountry bottle - a perennial favorite.
DeLorme has finally made one tool that serves as a GPS device, backcountry messenger, and rescue beacon.
A winter stove that's not finicky.
A bargain pack that doesn't compromise.
A backcountry airbag that you can actually practice using.
A full-featured, 800-fill goose down puffy for $220.
Sorry trail mix, our snack bag is full.
This versatile pack works equally well for big dayhikes and whirlwind travel.
Drink from the sweetest camp cup on the planet.
This breakfast is so good, you'll forget it's camp food.
This small-batch, baked (not dehydrated), Colorado-made protein snack is a cut above the rest.
Recharge the batteries or swap them out with standard AAAs; you'll never be in the dark.
Discover extreme versatility: You'll find a reason to wear this mid- and outer layer 12 months a year.
Get no-compromise lightweight boots that perform like heavyweights.
This bag's revolutionary shape delivers maximum roll-around comfort with minimum weight.
A burly boot that doesn't beat up your feet.
A versatile jacket that's comfy in temps from 20 to 60.
A mideweight merino layer perfect for on or off the mountain.
Two point-and-shoot cameras that maps & GPS lovers will appreciate.
Our editors map their favorite trips on custom-centered topos. Order today!
A pack made for multi-day ski touring.
A stable, light, livable, four-season tent.
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Our Editors' Choice award winner resists fog like no other.