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Paul Magnanti (PaulMags) - BPL Lifetime Member

My Locale People's Republic of Boulder
About Me I like to hike, backpack, camp and backcountry ski every so often...
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StateCO
My Website URLhttp://www.pmags.com

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Connected on the trail
By coincidence, this article I wrote for Trail Groove magazine was on this very subject: http://www.trailgroove.com/issue16.html?autoflip=49 tl;dr: Interactive technology in the backcountry ...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Connected on the trail
July 14, 10:30am

South San Juan Stroll
A backpacking trip in the South San Juan Wilderness The San Juan Mountains (aka the San Juans) are arguably the most impressive mountains in Colorado. Sharp, pointy and vast, these mountai...

In Post-Trip Reports » South San Juan Stroll
July 10, 11:36pm

What gear makes you happy?
Maps are my favorite piece of gear and consistently make me happy. They show possibilities, new places to explore and new moments to experience. http://www.pmags.com/maps-my-favorite-piece-of-gear

In GEAR » What gear makes you happy?
July 08, 12:15pm

TrailGroove article: Technology on the trail
Shameless plug for an article I wrote about technology on the trail. May be of interest? http://www.trailgroove.com/issue16.html?autoflip=49

In On the Web » TrailGroove article: Technology on the trail
July 06, 11:43am

Thoughts on the durability of UL backpacks
A heavy duty nylon pack (c.f. the old Dana Designs Terraplane) will probably outlast me, my niece and her children. :) OTOH, that beast is freakin' heavy. I have a beautiful, well made an...

In GEAR » Thoughts on the durability of UL backpacks
June 30, 7:04am

Are we there yet?
So awesome. Have a blast! My buddy and I took his two sons to LCW over Father's Day Weeend and it was fun.

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » "Are we there yet?"
June 27, 10:13am

tear
Well worth it though. It performed well on its initial voyage and I've used it for some trips since then. An overview is at the bottom of the trip report if you are curious: http://www.pma...

In GEAR » what amazing mods have you made to your GG kumo?
June 27, 10:06am

Mods
I have a big tear in the mesh pouch due to,blow downs snagging said pocket. :)

In GEAR » what amazing mods have you made to your GG kumo?
June 26, 10:06pm

Eagles Nest Wilderness
By the end of July, hopefully, the snow will be melted out. If your friend is coming from lower elevations, take at least one day to acclimate first. Then, try to keep the mileage low. Perhap...

In Pre-Trip Planning » Suggestion Colorado Rockies 3 day beginner trek?
June 25, 3:51pm

Tromping in the Basin – Skurka Backpacking Fundamentals Trip
Another backpacking fundamentals course I assisted on with Andrew Skurka. Trip report here...

In Post-Trip Reports » Tromping in the Basin – Skurka Backpacking Fundamentals Trip
June 25, 12:58pm

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