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Out of the Desert, Into the Mountains
New Mexico is over. We are on to Colorado. We’ve traded scorching sun for snow banks, and waterless stretches for endless mud. We took a few days off in Albuquerque to visit Chale’s family, and jumped right back into the hike. After Cuba the trail turned more mountainous. Finally we saw some amazing alpine meadows […]
Am I even a real backpacker?
The High Uinta Wilderness and The Highline Trail is in northeastern Utah which runs from east to west for this mountain range. This trail is about 2 hours from Salt Lake City or 8 hours from Denver where I was coming from. This trail is above 10,000 feet for almost the majority and a lot […]
Modular Camping Tents : backpacking tent concept
The ‘2/3 home’ backpacking tent concept has been designed by Yeonguk Choi as a multifunctional solution for avid campers looking to enjoy a more comfortable experience when on their next adventure. The tent is characterized by its expanding construction that will deliver comfortable interiors along with impressive durability. The tent is constructed using 20D fabric […]