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Greg Mihalik (greg23) - BPL Premium Member

My Locale Colorado
About Me Hiker, biker, skier.
greg at smgm dot org

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Re: Ryan's Review
You can find his comments Here. Among other things he says - "...I specified a Cuben Fiber rain fly, dual zip doors, and one side of the fly set up as a porch for cooking and views. Th...

In GEAR » Lightheart Gear has Gone Cuben
September 15, 7:13pm

Re: ...hiking 1,000 miles...
Brian Frankle's '08 Idaho Centennial Trail trip is Here.

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » If you were hiking 1,000 miles in a summer...
September 15, 4:43pm

Re: Grand Canyon sub 36 hours
Craig, Calling the BCO can be frustrating, depending on the time of day and the number of people waiting at the desk. There are only 2 or 3 rangers to handle all of it. Just keep trying until ...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Grand Canyon sub 36 hours
September 15, 9:12am

Re: Compression damage to down Sleeping Bags
Posted somewhere on this site was the first-hand report of a down bag stuffed tight and lost under the bed for 3 years... ... and after a bit of fluffing, lofted like new. YMMV Also, a g...

In GEAR » Compression damage to down Sleeping Bags
September 15, 8:05am

Re: Re: Re: Grand Canyon sub 36 hours
"A couple questions: Looking at the map, Grandview is about 8-10 miles from Yaki Point, the South Kaibab Trailhead. Can I drive to the trailhead from Grandview and leave the car at Yaki for o...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Grand Canyon sub 36 hours
September 15, 7:53am

Re: Grand Canyon sub 36 hours
1. You don't need a permit to sleep on either rim, or to traverse the canyon. 3. Drive to the Grandview Point parking lot, go to one of the last parking spots on the way out and sleep there. ...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Grand Canyon sub 36 hours
September 14, 10:02pm

Re: Sierra Designs LT Strike 2 Tent Review
Ah, yes. I see the HP Does have vents. The old style Hubba Hubba does not. I ask because on a recent trip with two Hubba Hubba tents, pitched within 50' of each other, one had serious co...

In Editor's Roundtable » Sierra Designs LT Strike 2 Tent Review
September 14, 7:06pm

Re: Sierra Designs LT Strike 2 Tent Review
Ray, Any observations why this tent would have condensation issues while the Hubba Hubba did not? Both button up pretty tight. It seems like they would perform similarly in similar conditions....

In Editor's Roundtable » Sierra Designs LT Strike 2 Tent Review
September 14, 3:35pm

Re: Kyocera & AeroPress
Travis, I sent a PM to avoid even more drift here.

In Editor's Roundtable » The Beautiful Cup
September 13, 7:05pm

Re: Kyocera
Travis, I have had one for about 9 months. I grind for 2 or maybe 3 AeroPress cups a day. It is consistent when grinding the same roast. Change the roast and you will have to change the grind set...

In Editor's Roundtable » The Beautiful Cup
September 13, 5:26pm

All Reader Reviews by Greg Mihalik

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Therm-a-Rest Neoair
This rating reflects use below 40° F. For summer use it could go much higher. I have wanted to try the Therm-A-Rest Neoair (72"), hoping it would be both light and warm. I've been thr...

In Sleeping Pads - Inflatable
April 18, 10:35am

Petzl e+LITE
Just to get my experience into this thread here is a ...

In Lights - Flashlights & Headlamps
December 02, 7:00pm

Alpkit CarbonLite
Poor packing on my part resulted in a TD 12-10 stove getting a little squashed. I straightened it out as best possible and continued to use it for 8 more days, with no discernable loss of functionali...

In Trekking Poles
June 09, 6:23pm