Monday, December 5, 2022

Travel Tips and Gear Reviews

The rules are changing for lodging at Grand Canyon’s Phantom Ranch

Everything is changing for America's most exclusive lodge. Phantom Ranch sits at the bottom of the Grand Canyon and getting reservations there can be...

Oru — The bombproof kayak that folds into a suitcase

There was always a list of rational reasons why I shouldn't own a kayak. At the top of that list-- storage and transportation.

Camping and backpacking tents on a budget

If you're just jumping into the world of outdoor recreation, one of your first purchases is probably going to be a tent. There are hundreds...

When there’s a zombie apocalypse, this is the water filter I...

One filter cleans itself, which is a deal-breaker

How To: You can dehydrate ground beef, but there’s a trick

One thing I love to bring in the backcountry with me is dehydrated ground beef. You can prep it at home with a dehydrator in under 7 hours and it makes a hearty addition to any starch.

BARGAIN: My favorite backpacking lantern currently 52% off at REI

I've been using two Black Diamond Apollo Lanterns for about three years.  They're lightweight (7.8 ounces). They throw 80 lumens of light - which...
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Arkansas man finds two-headed rattlesnake

The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission has confirmed that a two-headed rattlesnake discovered by a power company employee is real.

New research​ confirms ‘Land Lobster’ is not extinct after all

Newly published research confirms that the Lord Howe Island stick insect (Dryococelus australis) also known as a land lobster, is still alive and well on...

Endangered Key Deer searching for fresh water after Hurricane Irma

Wildlife experts are now asking for the publics help

National Parks

Why there’s never been a better time to own a camper

You can travel safely during the COVID-19 pandemic It was April 8, a few days before Easter Sunday, and the entire country was on its...
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National Park closes trail so helicopter can purge tons of human waste

A popular hiking trail at Zion National Park in Utah was temporarily shut down this week so helicopters could evacuate 16,000 lbs. of human...

NASA: Ozone Hole is the Smallest since 1988

According to scientists from NASA and NOAA, warm temperatures in the Antarctic led to a smaller ozone hole this year. The "hole" in the Earth's...

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