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Ryan Jordan (ryan) - BPL Staff

My Locale Greater Yellowstone
About Me Backpacking Light Magazine Publisher and co-founder. My "home" backpacking areas are the national parks and wilderness areas of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. My own approach to ultralight backpacking currently focuses on reducing the number of items in my kit, to achieve simplicity and efficiency on the trail, and applying UL techniques and materials to long hikes w/o resupply.
CityBozeman
StateMontana
CountryUS
My Website URLhttp://www.ryanjordan.com/
My PDF Gear ListFall 2007 Absaroka Backbone

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All Forum Posts by Ryan Jordan

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Montbell & Klymit Pillows
I don't have experience with these two pillows, but I'd like to add them to the GG here. Does anyone have solid experience with these two, as well as a few or more of the other pillows i...

In Editor's Roundtable » Gear Guide: Ultralight Inflatable Pillows
October 01, 1:30pm

Beyond Our Boundaries: Episode 16
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In Editor's Roundtable » Beyond Our Boundaries: Episode 16
October 01, 12:52am

Gear Guide: Ultralight Inflatable Pillows
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In Editor's Roundtable » Gear Guide: Ultralight Inflatable Pillows
October 01, 12:52am

review format
It will be interesting to see how this format evolves and the extent to which authors would like to write in it. One goal is to create a format where we can bring in more author diversity, but not ...

In Editor's Roundtable » Flash Reviews (No. 1): ZPacks Challenger Raingear, JepPaks Custom Packs, Zebralight H52Fw Headlamp
September 17, 6:55pm

Re: Rain Gear Noisy?
Most nylons will be "noisy" when the nylon rubs against itself. The Challenger is no different. I don't really notice it to be "noisier" or "quieter" than any of t...

In Editor's Roundtable » Flash Reviews (No. 1): ZPacks Challenger Raingear, JepPaks Custom Packs, Zebralight H52Fw Headlamp
September 17, 6:49pm

Flash Reviews (No. 1): ZPacks Challenger Raingear, JepPaks Custom Packs, Zebralight H52Fw Headlamp
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In Editor's Roundtable » Flash Reviews (No. 1): ZPacks Challenger Raingear, JepPaks Custom Packs, Zebralight H52Fw Headlamp
September 17, 12:21am

Re: Thank You -- High Uintas Trek
Peter - I occasionally run into BPL'ers in the wilds, and it's always been a really positive experience. I would have loved to have met you in the Uintas! Porcupine is an outrageous view. Y...

In Editor's Roundtable » Trekking the High Uintas Wilderness: Circumnavigation of the Rock Creek Shelf
September 10, 10:49pm

The Evolution of a Winter Stove - Part 4 - Lessons Learnt
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In Editor's Roundtable » The Evolution of a Winter Stove - Part 4 - Lessons Learnt
September 10, 1:10am

The Best Backpack in the Whole Wide World
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In Editor's Roundtable » The Best Backpack in the Whole Wide World
September 10, 1:09am

Expedition Blogging, Part 1: A Satellite Phone-Based System
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In Editor's Roundtable » Expedition Blogging, Part 1: A Satellite Phone-Based System
September 03, 12:42am

All Reader Reviews by Ryan Jordan

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Nunatak Arc Alpinist
Specifically, this review is related to the standard 20-degree rated Arc Alpinist model offered by Nunatak, weighing 18 oz in the lightest fabric. Any other configurations of this particular model are...

In Sleeping Bags - Quilts & Top Bags
August 02, 1:58am