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Random Backcountry Camping – A guide for a quick get away

  While many of of the adventures we describe are multi-night trips requiring months of research,  planning and permits. One thing we’ve experimented with this summer is random camping and used it to take advantage of a couple of free Friday…

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Back to where we started

Oops I forgot my sleeping pad

  If you’ve read our Grand Teton trail report (part 1 and part 2) you’ll have read that my much beloved Thermarest Neoair sleeping pad is sitting somewhere in the shade by the trail near the Alaska Basin Lakes. For me, this was the middle of…

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Oops I forgot my sleeping pad

Teton Crest Trail – Part 2

 Read part 1 here Day 3 – Alaska Basin to South Fork Cascade Creek We awoke to a clear morning, while most of the smoke had cleared out the previous afternoon, it was nice to see that it hadn’t returned.  After a quick breakfast we hit the trail…

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Teton Crest Trail – Part 2

Backpacking with the Cubs

  As a Cub Leader (Scouter). One of the things I really wanted to do this year was introduce a few the Cubs in my pack to Backpacking. At first I wasn’t sure how the youth, ages 8-10, would do. While my kids have been backpacking since they…

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Backpacking with the Cubs
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Staying Safe While Hiking

For those new or unfamiliar with the outdoors, heading out can expose you to risks you may not be aware of.

To help you get started here are a few basic tips and tricks to help keep you safe on the trail.

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