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Fall Camping: What to Do and What to Expect
The chilly air of September can feel like an incredible relief after a hot and sticky summer. And it absolutely feels fantastic to be outside once more.
While there are many reasons to be thrilled about Fall camping, there are also a few particular difficulties you might not encounter in the summer. Here are a few things to consider before you go on your Fall camping trip.
The Best Vanlife Destinations in the US
In recent years we have seen a huge surge in the popularity of Vanlife. Mostly empowered by new remote work arrangements and a desire to see the country, the Vanlife movement has never been more popular and has amassed millions of followers on social media. The phenomenon has manifested physically, too with small van sales reaching new heights. Van life or Vanlife has been around for years, but the pandemic has definitely supercharged it.
The Best Survival Tools for the Rugged Outdoor Dad
Spending some time in nature may be the best Father’s Day gift for outdoorsy dads, but we’d bet that most of them would still appreciate some new gear as well. Especially as cool as these outdoor survival tools that even doomsday preppers would drool over.
If your dad loves prepping for the collapse of society or just simply loves being outdoors, this small...
Featured Outdoor Blogger of the Month: Alissa of Exploring Wild
Alissa is the outdoor loving bikepacker behind Exploring Wild. She is the author of the Bikepacker ’s Pocket Companion, a digital guide offering confidence and problem-solving help to new bikepackers out on the road. She is also the creator of bikesleepbike.com, a community directory of bike travel blogs where hundreds of cyclists share their stories and routes. After her 2018 solo trip to...
What to Pack for Your Fall Outdoor Trip
Summer may be over but that doesn’t mean you can’t still have a great time outdoors. Going out in autumn may surprise you. The weather is cooler as we move closer to winter and the insects that were bugging you in summer are gone. The campgrounds are less crowded giving you more privacy and a little bit more peace and quiet.
But don’t let the beautiful changing colors of the leaves fool you...
Get Yourself Ready For a Fantastic Winter Camping Trip
Why go camping during winter?
Winter camping can discourage even the most eager camper. As temperatures begin to drop, people write off any outdoor activity plans and typically put away their camping gear until spring. The situation during winter camp can be quite tricky and uncomfortable. The trip can take twice as long and will surely...Loading...Error