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Bushwhacking Mount Cushman

Bushwhacking Mt Cushman

Mount Cushman is a 3220′ mountain on the New Hampshire 200 Highest List. It’s a trailless mountain so you have to bushwhack to climb it. It’s located just south of Mt Moosilauke on the edge of the Hubbard Experimental Forest, which is one of the wilder and less-visited parts of …

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NEMO Kodiak 2P Tent Review

NEMO Kodiak 2P Hunting Tent Review

The NEMO Kodiak 2P is a 4-season freestanding double-wall tent colored with FirstLite’s hunting color schemes. The thing that distinguishes the Kodiak from other 4-season tents are its side screened windows and the added ventilation they provide. These windows are a fairly radical departure compared to other 4 season mountaineering …

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What’s the Best Canyon Hiking Footwear?

Best Canyon Hiking Footwear

When choosing footwear for canyon hiking, you’re going to want shoes that drain well but still prevent sand from entering. They need to provide good traction over slippery and wet rock and to protect your feet from woody vegetation or cactus if you need to bushwhack. While trail runners, sandals, …

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Sea-to-Summit Ascent Ac II Sleeping Bag Review (15F Degree)

Sea-to-Summit Ascent AC II Sleeping Bag Review

The Sea-to-Summit Ascent Ac II is a 15-degree down men’s sleeping bag that can be used for camping and backpacking. It has a versatile zipper system that lets it be configured in a wide variety of ways to fit different sleeping styles and temperature needs. For example, you can use …

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1,000 Reasons to Explore the Uinta Mountains

Unita Mountains

Neatly tucked under the notch in the Northeast corner of Utah sits the Uinta Mountain range. This 460,000-acre wilderness area boasts over 545 miles of hiking trails and over 1,000 natural lakes, with more than 500 which support 7 species of game fish (Arctic Grayling, Brook Trout, Cutthroat Trout, Golden …

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