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Geigerrigs available in Portland
Next Adventure seems to have the best selection of UL gear in the city and keep adding to their selection: They now have Geigerrig bladders, if anyone is thinking of putting together a filter sy...

In GEAR » Geigerrigs available in Portland
June 20, 8:06pm

Re: Geigerrig Bag ...need just the right filter though....
There are some really good threads here about filtering/purifying water, but if I was going to Africa and South America, I'd think strongly about a First Need XL purifier. It is 1 lb, but that ...

In GEAR » Geigerrig Bag ...need just the right filter though....
June 20, 8:03pm

24: Enchanted Valley
Chris, Don't know how I missed this TR, just catching up to it now. I haven't been in the EV itself but here it is from near O'Neill Pass, across from Anderson Glacier (in 2004): ...

In Post-Trip Reports » 24: Enchanted Valley
June 18, 11:38pm

GoLite Ion Concept Modification
Nice work! Looks like it can really increase the functionality of the Ion. I always liked Osprey's modular system on their packs, although my Aether 75 was big enough for backpacking trips t...

In Make Your Own Gear » GoLite Ion Concept Modification
June 16, 10:47pm

Tonto Creek: Bear Flats to Hell's Gate
Thanks, Kris, nice trip report. It looks like it was quite the adventure. Funny to leave the rainy NW to get so wet! Are those pool noodles in your packs? Were those helpful?

In Post-Trip Reports » Tonto Creek: Bear Flats to Hell's Gate
June 16, 10:37pm

Single Pole Shelter for 1 + Dog
+1 for the Trailstar. Keep in mind that while you don't have to have 2 poles for a TS, it does make it easier to have a door, especially in an area w/o any trees to guy out to. If you want a...

In GEAR » Single Pole Shelter for 1 + Dog
June 16, 10:30pm

WTB: MSR Dragonfly Stove
Hi Diego, You are not set-up to receive PMs and I don't have an email address for you. Thanks, Steve

In Gear Swap » WTB: MSR Dragonfly Stove
June 16, 1:52pm

WTB: MSR Dragonfly Stove
I have one in good condition, with one 325ml bottle and one 650ml bottle. How about $90 including shipping? Probably best to ship ground only. You can PM me if interested.

In Gear Swap » WTB: MSR Dragonfly Stove
June 16, 10:42am

Poles are a burden?
@ Jay: Just curious, how tall are you and whether you are happy with the 120cm fixed length both for you (hiking uphill and downhill) and for setting up your tarp?

In Philosophy & Technique » Poles are a burden?
June 15, 9:19pm

Need help selecting outer wear for the JMT
Clothing seems like one of the hardest things to pin down with any finality. In the last few years, I've bought a Driducks jacket and a NF Triumph pullover shell in addition to a Patagonia Rain...

In GEAR » Need help selecting outer wear for the JMT
June 14, 11:18pm

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