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Ultralight Camping Gear - Backpacking Gear

Photography - Outdoor products to explore interior parks, forests, hiking and backpacking trails, and wilderness campsites. Tents, shelters, tarps, backpacks, sleeping bags, pads, stakes, survival gear, headlamps, lanterns, lights, shoes, boots, food, drink, grills, stoves, camp kitchen, trekking poles, technology, gadgets. For men, women, kids, celebrities, car / motorcycle campers, health and fitness, and people who travel. Photos on the sport, its history, technology, and humor.


Ultralight Camping Gear - Backpacking Gear

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How to clean a hydration bladder. Prevent dirty water with a squeaky clean routine.

How to clean a hydration bladder

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Emberlit Ultra Light Titanium Camping Stove; portable and easy to use; great for camping and also power outages

Emberlit Titanium Camping Stove - Petagadget

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Gen2 Folding Firebox Nano Ultralight Backpacking Stove

Gen2 Folding Firebox Nano! Even More Adapted To Trangia Spirit Burner Use

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Snow Peak Mini Solo Cookset, Titanium

Snow Peak Mini Solo Cookset, Titanium :: Cooksets :: Cooking

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Amok Draumr 2.0. The latest camping hammock from Amok is called the Draumr 2.0, and it’s designed for adjustability to give you a perfectly flat sleeping surface anywhere you hang it. You can even turn it into a chair. The lightweight design also includes a bug netting & an optional rain tarp.

Amok Draumr 2.0 at werd.com

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Ultimate Direction SJ Ultra Vest

Hyperlite Mountain Gear Windrider Southwest

What is an Ultralight Backpack? | Section Hikers Backpacking Blog

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Nite Ize Knot Bone 6 & 9

Knotbone #6 & #9

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Nite Ize Knot Bone

KnoteBone Knot Replacement

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Take cardboard out of TP roll and squeeze into plastic zip lock Baggie. Pull toilet paper from center of roll- you never have to get it out and it stays dry.

GSI Backpacking Coffee Grinder - "Java Grind" The Best Cup of Backpacking Coffee | The Christian Backpacker

The Christian Backpacker: The Best Cup of Backpacking Coffee

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ZPacks.com Ultralight Backpacking Gear - Sawyer Mini Water Filter

ZPacks.com Ultralight Backpacking Gear - Sawyer Mini Water Filter

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Lifestraw Go incorporates a water filter that kills waterborne bacteria and parasites. $35

Spool Tool - Paracord Organizer & Tool www.notifbutwhens...

a satellite device that lets you send text messages from your cell phone even if your phone can’t connect to the Internet or phone service.

DeLorme AG-008449-201 inReach for iOS & Android

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Fenix HL10 headlamp Review @FenixStore1

Fenix HL10 Review - Seattle Backpackers Magazine

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Hang a Tarp Without Using Grommets

Survival Skills, Camping Tips, and More Great Outdoor Advice from Field and Stream Magazine

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Gear hanging spots are always in short supply. Lash forked branches to trees for instant gear hanger.

Quick Camp Tip - A Camp Hanger

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  • Pamela Renz
    Pamela Renz

    Please do not cut down green trees. Use fallen wood. Thank you.

These little clips ("EasyKlips") actually grip onto anything as long as there is pressure on the line. Perfect for hanging tarps - and a lot of other things. They come in a bigger size, too.

TATO Element Wood Stove

Light My Fire Original Swedish FireSteel Army 12,000 Strike Fire Starter - There are lots of copies out there, this is by far the best and most reliable.

Just in case of an emergency. I carry a rescue hook in a pouch on my belt everywhere I go. Be prepared. - Benchmade 5 Rescue Hook, Black Oxide Finish w/ Black Soft Sheath 5 BLKW

Gossamer Gear Gorilla Backpack Review

Review: Gossamer Gear Gorilla 2014 | Barefoot Jake: Hike Olympic Mountains

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Never lose your keys again while camping

  • Nagycat
    Nagycat

    This would drive me crazy. Clinking everytime someone touches the tent walls.

  • Peter Lennington
    Peter Lennington

    Excellent point. If using any form of suspended inner-tent gear sling like the one pictured, use common sense and an ounce of ingenuity and suspend soft/non-clicking items between those that would "clink" during the night.

Make Your Gear Last Forever | Backpacker Magazine

Make Your Gear Last Forever | Backpacker Magazine

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