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Stratos and Conduit Bivy
@Scott: Yes, the Stratos is still available. @Roger: Yes, the Conduit bivy is still available. I think there is only one size, but I'll go look at it to check.

In Gear Swap » FS: SpinnTwinn, SMD Serenity, plus more
May 24, 12:20pm

Floorless Shelters and Creepie Crawlies
The Nemo Pentalite looks interesting, especially with the addition of the "Wedge" which has a floor but only one netting wall which somehow zips/attaches into the shelter. Total weight fo...

In GEAR » Floorless Shelters and Creepie Crawlies
May 23, 10:23pm

Eating and altitude
I just returned from Bolivia and had very little appetite for the first 2 days. I forced myself to eat a Balance Bar the first 2 mornings, then mostly water and a little PowerAid just to keep even ...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Eating and altitude
May 23, 4:59pm

TARP/bivy combo
Campmor carries an Equinox-made 8 x 10 silnylon tarp for $80.00: http://www.campmor.com/outdoor/gear/Product___20069 Another recent thread had some comments about this tarp, which has grommet...

In GEAR » TARP/bivy combo
May 23, 2:22pm

Suggestions for a 10-day, PNW trip in July?
Peter, One of the most frustrating things about the PNW is this time of year (late spring - early summer) is that you feel like you should be able to get into the mountains and just can't b/...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Suggestions for a 10-day, PNW trip in July?
May 23, 12:46pm

SUL on the Shipwreck Coast
Ike, Great trip report. I just followed your progress on Google Maps terrain and satellite views and it is fantastic seeing a part of the country I've never experienced. It just goes to show...

In Post-Trip Reports » SUL on the Shipwreck Coast
May 22, 8:58pm

Using a bivy without tarp
Most of the bivies used by folks here have more water-resistant and VERY-breathable fabrics on the top half like the TiGoat, MLD, etc. with momentum. These have less condensation and weigh less tha...

In GEAR » Using a bivy without tarp
May 21, 11:15pm

Breakfast for a non-cooker
Look at Sarah's site, www.trailcooking.com, then "recipes" then "breakfast." She has some great recipes. For no-cook, I like the PB & Granola Wrap. For a longer trip,...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Breakfast for a non-cooker
May 21, 10:56pm

Hiking at High Elevations
Bolivia certainly deserves a place in any discussion about high altitude! I just returned from Bolivia last Tuesday. It is an amazing country! I decided to take Diamox because we were walking on...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Hiking at High Elevations
May 21, 3:17pm

FS: Trailstar
Just curious, the TS is such a versatile shelter, what are you replacing it with?

In Gear Swap » FS: Trailstar
May 19, 10:02pm

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