Slow and steady, hiking is just putting one foot in front of the other. You might choose to day-hike for the day, or backpack for a week or more.
These articles cover everything you need to know about hiking and hiking gear.
When the lights go out in the backcountry, it’s dark. Like really dark. If you want to do anything safely after dark, or get that dawn patrol in before work, you’ll need a some sort of light, Headlamps are easy to use, can be inexpensive… Read More »Headlamps: How to Buy One for Hiking
Small, light backpacking tents are what most people use for shelter when they’re out backpacking. There are other options like hammocks and tarps but they require a little bit more experience and we don’t recommend you start there. A backpacking tent is small, light and… Read More »Backpacking Tents: Everything You Need to Know
Small backpacks are great for day hikes and travelling but when it comes to staying out in the backcountry for multiple days we need something a bit bigger. It needs to hold our shelter like a tent, sleeping gear, food, water and clothes in a… Read More »Backpacking Packs: Everything You Need to Know
Christie Falls is a beautiful Vancouver Island waterfall not far from Ladysmith, BC. The photos below are a day after heavy rain so the falls aren’t normally this large. Directions are below the photos. Directions to Christie Falls There are multiple ways to get to… Read More »Christie Falls
Are you the kind of person that has to have the perfect spoon, fork, or spork camping or backpacking? If so, you might want to have a look at the Spork and Spoon from Morsel. Most sporks are just a spoon with tines cut from… Read More »Morsel Spork Review: The Best Sporktula