Headed to the backcountry? Here are the knots every hiker should know how to tie.
Possibly the most useful fashion accessory you'll ever wear.
Forest or desert, mountain or seaside, these 10 types of canine can keep up with you.
Forage away, but whatever you do, don't ingest any of these killer plants.
The best camera is the one you have with you. Shoot better photos by learning to use your phone's full capabilities.
We all make mistakes. Learn from these classic backpacking gear fails, and you'll make better ones.
Limber up with these ten essential stretches for hikers.
Go beyond granola bars and make these energy-rich essential foods part of your trail diet.
Chia is the darling of the nutrient dense treat world, and this no-brainer showcases its versatility.
Who doesn't love cinnamon rolls? Take this classic dessert from the bakery to the backcountry with our easy-to-follow recipe.
Get your eggs fix with none of the mess with this easy method.
Prep for this no-mess treat is more complicated than boiling water—barely.
Bread pudding is the ultimate way to end your day—or start it.
Take your camp food to the next level with these essential items.
This decadent, creamy dessert will make you feel like you're at a fancy bakery, but requires no cooking and is super-easy to make.
Hand-picked summer refreshments from our Backcountry Bartenders.
From apple pie to caramel delight, these oatmeal additions will shake up your taste buds and keep your favorite trail breakfast fresh, every day.
Up your game with this gourmet, one-pan breakfast.
Become a trail botanist. Learn to identify ten of our country's most common wildflowers
Hold these poses post-workout to elongate muscles and flush lactic acid.
Use these controlled movements to warm up pre-hike and -workout.
If you suspect you're off-track use the sun to help orient you and determine which direction is true north.
Use this knot to tie logs together when making a raft.
Build stength for loaded backpacking hill climbs and descents.