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Leave No Trace Camping

Compressed Leaves Where I Slept Under My Tarp

One of my facebook readers left a comment yesterday, questioning why anyone would bury the ash generated by a wood stove (see my Solo Wood Stove Review) when it would naturally dissipate on its own. Burying my ashes is one of the things I do to practice Leave No Trace …

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Low Impact Stealth Camping

Stealth Camping in the White Mountains

If you’ve never heard the phrase “Stealth Camping.” I’m going to be posting a series of articles about how to do to it in a responsible, low impact manner over the new 3-4 weeks. I hope you’ll share your experiences, thoughts on the topic, and questions during that time. Stealth …

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Stealth Camping

Stealth Camping

I like camping far away from established campsites. If I’m hiking solo on a managed trail, I usually avoid shelters and lean-tos unless I want company. If I’m bushwacking there is usually no other option. When I get tired or the light is fading, I make sure my water supply …

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