A very comfortable and light shoe that fits wider toe-boxes well. Not durable, however, and best for maintained trails and non-rough terrain.
An all-purpose hiking shoe good for rough trails and conditions in addition to off-trail jaunts. Reminiscent of the old Montrail Hardrocks in many ways.
A review of The High Sierra Trail documentary by Outmersive Films. The HST is a 72-mile path in the Sierra that may be shorter than the more well-known John Muir Trail (JMT), it certainly rivals the JMT in the scenery and variety of terrain.
Ms A and I had a lovely DINK Christmas and Christmas Eve. As a childless couple, and not traveling for the holidays, we decided to take it easy.
Another issue of Trail Groove that has some of my articles.
Another useful little item that is light, cheap and effective: Campmor zipper pulls.
A review of Stumbling Thru and Stumbling Thru Part II by A. Digger Stolz On a silly little podcast I help co-host, an author pitched us and suggested we
A review of the only model of hiking boots I’ve used in over a decade: Hi-Tec Altitudes
A review of Patagonia’s Lightweight Travel Pack
A review of The Ultimate Hiker’s Gear Guide by Andrew Skurka. A guide that is aimed towards the backpacker that wishes to hike more and camp a bit less.