An apres-ski beer has always been just out of reach in the backcountry--until now, thanks to this packable, ultralight brew.
Broken a bone in the backcountry? Here's how to make a splint with what's right in your pack.
Learn to build an emergency shelter with the materials around you in a couple of simple steps.
Use this technique to sharpen your knife with nothing but a rock.
Take your fresh-caught trout to the next level with this recipe from Charlie Borrowman, cooking instructor for Wolf College at Washington.
Bold flavors, spices, and heat take this dish to the next level.
Learn how to create a lightweight, functional backcountry stove for less than a few dollars.
Gear Editor Kristin Hostetter gives the scoop on winter yurt living
Learn to cook eggs with this in-the-bag demo.
Have a puddle of putrid water--or nothing to drink besides your own pee? Drop Dead Ted shows you how to build a backcountry solar still that'll make pure water out of just about anything wet.
Kristin Hostetter shows you the essential gear, and how to pack it, for a day of backcountry skiing.
These alternative energy snacks combine buffalo meat and cranberries.
You heard us right: Wow your campmates with this classic gourmet dessert made right outside your tent.
Fry bacon and eggs in a bag with Elisabeth Kwak-Hefferan and this unconventional camp cooking technique.
Track caribou on Lake Superior's Slate Islands with our writer and photographer.
In the wilderness, a broken leg can you leave you stranded–or worse. But if you know how to diagnose, treat, and build a splint with camping gear, you'll better your odds for survival.