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The Trail Show #8- The Long Trail
The Trail Show #8 - The Long Trail Happy New Year! Today we bring you Episode #8 - Our first show of 2013. On this month's episode we discuss Mags' recent trip to Chaco Canyon, D-low&...

In On the Web » The Trail Show #8- The Long Trail
January 21, 12:05am

MEC Beanie
My MEC hat I paid $4 CDN for in Calgary a few years ago. Simple fleece hat that it is my all-purpose "go to" hat. Light, warm and, dare I say it, stylish! :)

In GEAR » What's Your Favorite Piece of Gear?
January 10, 5:53pm

It's called climate change, dude
Yes, I've heard about global warming.. But I've also read it is called climate change and has unpredictable weather patterns. If we get a walloping in Colorado with snow in May (as ...

In Gear Lists » Colorado Trail 2013 -- Tentative List
January 09, 7:25am

Just a slight correction, alcohol stoves (and other non-controlled flamed stoves such as wood burning stoves) were banned in many parts of Colorado for a good chunk of last summer. Does not nece...

In Gear Lists » Colorado Trail 2013 -- Tentative List
January 08, 8:53pm

10th Mtn Hut Trips
On a recent hut trip over Christmas, , we had a couple of new comers who had never been on a hut trip. They were surprised at a few things (such as not needing a sleeping pad). So, I thought ...

In Winter Hiking » 10th Mtn Hut Trips
January 08, 1:23pm

Go to Canyonlands NP. Relatively easy logistics, not too far of a drive and plenty of options. This would be more March than now. :) IF you feel a little more adventurous, try Canyons ...

In Pre-Trip Planning » Need Recommendations for 2-4 day trip
January 08, 7:17am

" Also, snowshoes are simpler and a more natural-feeling way to travel." Dunno about that. I personally find snowshoes clunky and un-natural feeling. A bit like a duck! :) A gli...

In Winter Hiking » Updgrade Tele gear or get Snowshoes?
January 08, 12:34am

I did not use a separate hip belt. I attached it to the side of my ski pack a bit lower. Basically, I made sure that my body (hips in particular) was bracketed by the PVC tubing. If you loo...

In Winter Hiking » Cheap or DIY pulk?
January 02, 3:46pm

I did not have any problem once I figured out having the PVC tubing on the side of my hips. (Though I suspect the Jet sled woud be even better) As you can tell from the topo, the terrain was pre...

In Winter Hiking » Cheap or DIY pulk?
January 02, 3:18pm

Good timing...
I just posted this on my website. A dirt bagger special. :D FWIW, I used it with skis on the way to a 10th Mtn division hut. My dirt bagger gear sled: Dirt Bagger Gear Sled The only c...

In Winter Hiking » Cheap or DIY pulk?
January 02, 2:34pm

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