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Re. I'm ashamed of you, BPL'ers
My Montbell Ex-light was getting a bit battered (still have it) so I bought a PHD in their annual sale; that is quite some jacket at 230g in an L. I'm a big Arc fan but have yet to come acro...

In GEAR » I'm ashamed of you, BPL'ers
May 05, 10:17pm

Colorado Trail List - a bit nervous, I'd love some feedback
I did the CT in 2013. Your list looks OK - rain jacket, Via (rather then your coffee choices), sunscreen, a double skin tent would be my deviations. Being up at 3,000m in a storm is tough with n...

In Gear Lists » Colorado Trail List - a bit nervous, I'd love some feedback
May 05, 3:05pm

Re: Gear vs Technique
I bought an RX100 III as a replacement for my Ricoh GX200. The image quality is super-fine - the handling not a patch on the Ricoh; the Ricoh GR was a very tempting choice but a fixed 28mm lens ...

In Photography » EDC camera
May 04, 4:32pm

the heat of life in the handful of dust - John Muir Trail
Link - I was carrying the food for both of us....too much but we thought it would take longer than it did. AD - I am going to try the SHR this summer. Stuart - pretty much, although a bit too...

In Post-Trip Reports » the heat of life in the handful of dust - John Muir Trail
May 03, 11:56am

the heat of life in the handful of dust - John Muir Trail
Took a while to get around to writing it....like 7 years.. http://www.trek-lite.com/index.php?threads/the-heat-of-life-in-the-handful-of-dust.974/

In Post-Trip Reports » the heat of life in the handful of dust - John Muir Trail
May 03, 1:06am

Re: Footwear and raingear recommendations: Scotland in July
I'd stick with what you've got. Pretty much what I take to Scotland at that time of year, or even from now on- I might take a rain-kilt (it helps with blending in with the locals). Th...

In GEAR » Footwear and raingear recommendations: Scotland in July
April 11, 11:41am

Re. clothing for a july CT - HELP!
I did the CT mid-July-mid August in 2013; I run hot when hiking too. I used an Arc Motus LS T for the day - rolling sleeves up or down for heat management. Also quite often used a Montane Litesp...

In Gear Lists » clothing for a july CT - HELP!
March 22, 12:07pm

Re: Permit legality when resupplying
Thanks Bob - I thought it may be a little bit like that. I'm pretty good at looking slightly bemused and I can speak French - but that might get me in deeper!

In Pre-Trip Planning » Permit legality when resupplying
March 12, 1:38am

Permit legality when resupplying
I'm from the UK - bear (sic) with me.... If I pick up a permit at a Sierra trailhead and head off to do a two-to-three week hike what is the situation if I hitch out to a town for resupply a...

In Pre-Trip Planning » Permit legality when resupplying
March 12, 1:14am

$$ £££ Lightest PLB
If you think $180 is bad Katherine don't buy one in the UK :-(

In GEAR » Lightest PLB?
March 09, 1:09am

All Reader Reviews by ed hyatt

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Montrail Hardrock
I wore these this summer over the very rocky GR20 (Corsica) and the GR5 Alpine (Geneva towards Nice). The pair I used on the GR20 (120 miles) are well worn and cut up; they would probably do the ro...

In Footwear - Boots, Shoes, Gaiters
September 12, 2:27am

MoonTrail Customer Service
Very good service and advice from Dan at Moontrail; I was ordering from overseas yet picking up in the USA and Moontrail were really helpful with that. Website is good too - especially the use of e...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
April 20, 8:04am