We LOVE sitting by a campfire and sometimes you really need a fire - to dry your clothes or keep warm. It's actually easy to make a fire if you know how to do it. Watch this quick video or follow the photos and instructions below.
If you’re thinking about hiking and want to be prepared, safe and comfortable, it’s important to distinguish fact from fiction. Here are 5 most common myths about hiking that just aren’t true.
When you start reading about water purification, it can get complicated. There are various methods and they all have their trade-offs. But there is one method you can always rely on - boiling your water. I use that all the time with no problems.
It's almost inevitable that your clothes and gear will get wet sometimes when you’re hiking. It might rain or a water bottle may leak into your bag. What to do and how to get them dry as fast and effortlessly as possible?
There are more and more videos and blogs out there about "bushcraft". Many of them get a lot more views and likes than hiking videos. I’m hopeful that most people won’t feel the need to apply stone age methods in the 21st century world.
"Leaving no trace" is not difficult. It's a natural thing to do if you want to preserve the nature you're enjoying and protect the wildlife. Here's how to "Leave no trace" while hiking.