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Re: Re: re
Mark, Dan summarized this perfectly. For the Sierras I have used a 20 degree quilt (Golite UL-20)year round. Some may argue that this is the same as a 30 degree bag so I may use the exact same s...

In GEAR » sleeping bags and down clothes question
October 27, 1:58pm

go hike
If you are in ATL then go up and day hike the AT and other trails up north. You don' have to wait to do it all at once. Cohutta and Chatooga River are also great areas. If you haven't day ...

In Philosophy & Technique » Training & Workout
October 27, 9:27am

Re: What matters most
Where's the Carbon Flame War thread?

In Chaff » What Matters Most
October 26, 6:59pm

Re: Goat Kills Hiker?!??!!??
Great, now I have to worry about bears, snakes, cougars AND Mountain goats. I think I will just stay in the city where it's safer.

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Goat Kills Hiker?!??!!??
October 25, 9:29am

Re: eVent Pant
I use the REI Sahara pants for snowshoeing and I haven't had a problem with them getting wet. Would higher gaiter serve the same purpose without the sacrifice of breathability?

In GEAR » eVent Pant
October 25, 9:03am

Re: How do you load your pack?
My goal is to never have to access my pack during the day while hiking. So... From Bottom to top. 1) Quilt in bivy loose at the bottom. 2) Tarp 3) Stove - if carried. 4) Pad in front. 5) F...

In GEAR » How do you load your pack?
October 23, 7:58pm

Biggest Transformation
I started my latest backpacking life carrying a 12" USMC Kabar. It did everything from pound in tent stakes to spread peanutbutter. Then I saw "the light." Since then I have wised...

In GEAR » Has your knife ever helped you out of a dire situation?
October 20, 5:26pm

GA Winter Clothing
I'm from your neck of the woods and spend a lot of time in the GA and NC mountains in the winter. The first question I would have is how much idle time are you expecting. I am on the move or ...

In Gear Lists » Going lightweight for winter
October 14, 5:40pm

Re: Generic day hiking list
My dayhikes tend to be 30+ mile treks and I always get concerned that something will keep me out overnight, injury weather, navigational error. So I generally carry my full multiday gear list minu...

In Gear Lists » Generic day hiking list
October 14, 5:21pm

PCT Sleeping Pad
I am trying to decide on the perfect PCT Sleeping pad and it appears that I will have to compromise on at least one aspect. Here are the options. 1) NeoAir Regular at 14oz. Advantage - Major com...

In GEAR » PCT Sleeping Pad
October 14, 2:29pm

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