All posts by Alex Raynold

How to Adjust Trekking Poles Height

How to Adjust Trekking Poles Height?

A trekking pole is a hiking gear or accessory which adds some rhythm to their walking pace and support. It allows your arms to help push you forward and upward. Trekking poles are mostly necessary for rough and steep trails, it is not really necessary for smooth trails. Trekking poles can increase your speed and […]

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Hiking Boot Repair

Hiking Boot Repair

What if your boot goes through sole separation or gets torn up while hiking? If you know how to repair a hiking boot you may fix it and save your journey. Also, hiking boots are not always cheap, rather those are mostly expensive. Hiking means walking, therefore people buy expensive boots in order to get […]

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What’s a Tent Vestibule?

What’s a Tent Vestibule? Find Out the Use and Purpose

Tent vestibule is like an extension of a tent. It’s a covered space which does not include the sleeping area in a tent. Most of the vestibules do not have a floor surface and have just the upper cover layer. If you need a floor surface then you can always carry tent footprints. Vestibules give […]

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Walking on Trails for Trekking and Hiking

Walking on Trails for Trekking and Hiking: Tips and Techniques

In daily life, most of us barely notice the way we walk when performing our errands. In contrast, on a trek, we focus on the act of moving through the land on foot. Pace and timing are important so that we can assess our progress and complete the day’s trek without unnecessary stress. Walking can […]

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Make Dried Food for Camping: Tips and Guide

How to Make Dried Food for Camping: Tips and Guide

Drying is one of the oldest methods used to preserve food. For thousands of years, people have dried many foods to preserve them for trail use and use at home. The Indians throughout this continent were drying meat, fish, corn, squash, pumpkins, beans, and berries long before the Europeans ever arrived. Preservation of fresh vegetables […]

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Camping Food Storage, Preservation and Protection

Smart Camping Food Storage, Preservation & Protection

Proper care of food on a camping trip is of paramount importance to the success of a vacation. Perishable foods should be kept as cold as possible until used. All kinds of food should be packed safe from ants and other insects, secure from inquisitive animals. Preserving Foods for Camping: Tips to Follow Preserving the camping […]

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Camping with Children: Simple Tips & Checklist

Camping with Children: Simple Tips & Checklist You can Follow

Camping is tremendous fun for most youngsters, but a little advance planning certainly makes life easier. Where you go and the kind of camping you will do depends to a great extent on the ages and interests of the children. Very small tots are usually happiest if they can play on a long sloping beach. […]

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Basic Wears, Food and Gears for Walking in the Woods

Basic Wears, Food and Gears for Walking in the Woods

We’re talking about walking in the woods. We’re not talking about hero treks along the crest of the Continental Divide. When it’s time to do that, you’ll be writing your own book. But right now, we want to look over some gear that’ll make your walk in the woods a pleasure—and that you won’t outgrow. […]

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Sunday Afternoons Ultra Adventure

Sunday Afternoons Ultra Adventure Hat Review

We all feel the need of wearing a nice and protective hat while going on outdoor adventures in sunny days. The Sunday Afternoons Ultra Adventure can be a great choice for any kind of sunny activities. If you are looking for a nice hat for your outdoor travelling and camping the weather in the spot […]

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How to Keep Your Feet Warm in the Winter

How to Keep Your Feet Warm in the Winter: 9 Tips to Follow

In winter or cold weather, it’s really important to keep yourself worm. Different parts of your body act differently to radiate heats that are generated in your body. Most of the time your hands and feet lose most of the heat and makes you colder. For hikers and travelers, it’s necessary to take measures to […]

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