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Paul Magnanti (PaulMags) - BPL Lifetime Member

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Short, bald and looking like an extra from "On the water front"?

In On the Web » Lifestyle
June 12, 7:17am

CDT Winter
I can't speak for the PCT, but I'd be very concerned about avalanche conditions for a good chunk of the CDT through Colorado, a good portion of the CDT through MT/ID and to a lesser extent ...

In Winter Hiking » PCT or CDT during winter
June 09, 12:49pm

Good early June backpacking areas
All depends on the snow year, drought conditions and so on. Naturally, how many MPD you hike also plays into this, too. Having said all that, the Pecos Wilderness of northern New Mexico may work...

In Pre-Trip Planning » Good early June backpacking areas
June 09, 11:12am

Thanks for the nice words. Do you happen to know the name of the S240 page? I found one on Facebook, but I am not sure if is the right page or not? (I did not see John A's name). I rea...

In On the Web » Weekend Warrior
June 06, 7:13am

Weekend Warrior
Shameless self promotion..but one I think some people here can relate to. :) Another article on a reoccurring theme for me: How to balance my needed time in the outdoors while maintaining a jo...

In On the Web » Weekend Warrior
June 04, 10:35am

Poly-Cotton shirt
I've been hiking all over the west with a poly-cotton blend shirt for many years now. They are inexpensive, vent well, durable and dry quickly due to being thin. As long as I have a thermal...

In GEAR » Polyester/Cotton blend
June 03, 10:54pm

Rawah Wilderness
If you want to family car camp and backpack, consider the Rawah Wilderness and surrounding areas in the Colorado portion of the Medicine Bows.

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Rocky Mountain National Park: bear cannisters now required?
June 03, 1:06pm

RMNP is beautiful in parts, but you it is indeed a hassle to get a permit/carry a canister when there so much for free with less red tape as a private hiker (organized and 'official' groups...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Rocky Mountain National Park: bear cannisters now required?
June 02, 8:10pm


In Gear Swap » .
May 30, 6:36am

Onto The Shelf
Thanks for sharing. Looks like a unique experience for sure!

In Editor's Roundtable » Onto The Shelf
May 29, 6:17am

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