Backcountrycharcuterie04

Can you really enjoy a fine charcuterie board in the backcountry? Absolutely! Shoulder season is a great opportunity to pack items that you might avoid during the hotter months so why not take some nice cheeses and maybe even a nip of wine? Charcuterie with a view, what’s not to love?

Readytoweigh

Have you ever wondered if you’ll have enough fuel to last your entire trip? This article will describe techniques to calculate precisely how much use you have left in a partial canister before you head into the field. And it will provide a couple of fun ways to roughly gauge capacity even when you’re in the field.

Superstitionexits

An article outlining a process to plan an backcountry adventure, covering goals, route planning, weather considerations, and other details to lead to a successful romp.

Menuplanneroverview

Romping through the backcountry with a load on your back consumes a ton of energy. Packing too little food will not only leave you hungry, but without the energy you need to get through the day. And packing too much food really means carrying excess weight and burning more energy than is necessary. Use this tool to help you plan your meals successfully!