In the near future, most NPS campground will be privatized. And connected. Some thoughts on an ongoing trend.
Traveling to remote trailheads esp. in winter? Get yourself a jump starter battery pack.
A practical overview of how to keep electronics charged in the backcountry.
A map, guidebook or race course has one set of mileage listed. Your GPS device has more mileage listed or, rarely, less mileage. Why?
Trail Groove Issue 28 featuring some more articles I wrote.
A neat little device I’ve had for a few years now that really intrigued my friends recently. Perfect for both road trips or disaster preparedness.
Smart devices can be a useful tool for the outdoors. Here are some apps I have found useful. These apps are not for connectivity, but for use in the field.
The death of maps are greatly exaggerated. Here’s why.
Volunteering to give an outdoor based presentation? Great! Here’s how to be prepared and avoid the gremlins that seem to crop up.
A review of Backcountry Navigator and gps/mapping software in general.