The Best Hiking Gear for 2019
Hiking is great exercise and a fun way to see amazing scenery. You can enjoy it close to home in National Parks or in dream destinations like Patagonia and the Canadian Rockies. But one of my favorite things about hiking compared to many other active outdoor pursuits is its simplicity—you don’t need a lot of hardware, and it doesn’t require anything you need a car roof rack to carry. But to make your hiking as comfortable and safe as it can be, you still do need some essential gear, and these are the kinds of things you will want to carry.
See the full article by Allison Olmsted on Forbes' website here.
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Sawyer Squeeze is ubiquitous on any long-distance trail, as it is the most popular water filter. Tried, trusted, and true, this 3 oz water filter is a handy gift to anyone planning a backcountry trip.
The Sawyer Squeeze is a time-tested, on-the-go filtration system. This lightweight option is wonderful for personal use, providing great functionality on multi-day excursions and daily adventures in the backcountry.
When we’re backpacking, we tend to focus on two things: the beautiful scenery, and what we’re eating for dinner!