US National Park's Wildest, Most Remote 218,055 Acres Of Land And Water

More acres have been added to the Voyageurs National Park  —  By U.S. Park Service

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Sixty-one acres were added … permanently protected within Voyageurs National Park. The land, located on the Kempton Channel of Rainy Lake, encompasses boreal …

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7 Campsite Cooking Strategies --

Are you sick and tired of not knowing what to bring or what to cook when you go camping? Do you either pack the entire kitchen (including the sink) or you bring the absolute minimum and then have to use a fork as a spatula or two spoons as tongs?

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How To SURVIVE Hiking the Grand Canyon

TIPS – TRICKS – COMMON-SENSE ADVICE —  By: George Spelvin

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Twenty years ago I nearly set the Grand Canyon National Park on fire. I was young, stupid and lucky.

Young, stupid and lucky also seems to characterize a whole host of latter day Gra…

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CAMP LIKE NEVER BEFORE ... In HAWAII !!

Camp in Hawaii and Pitch Your Tent on a Beach or Volcano   —– 

 

Imagine awakening to dawn’s first light glistening on a sleepy blue ocean. The day’s sun bathers and swimmers haven’t yet arrived. The silence is broken only by the rising…

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PA Mountains - Best Primitive Camping

GO 1-On-1 with Nature … 4 Great Locations

BY:   Richard Corrigan, Demand Media

 

For some, parking an RV in a field just isn’t camping. Fortunately, the Pennsylvania mountains provide plenty of opportunities to throw on a backpack and hike…

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Camping on BLM Land

Camping on BLM Land in Washington State

By  TOM WAGNER

The Federal Land Policy and Management Act requires the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to manage public domain lands for sustained yield and multiple uses, from farming, ranching, timber a…

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BEST -- Camping Sleep Pad Choices

Camping Sleep Pads                     By Lainie Petersen

 

When planning an overnight camping trip or a multiday hike, you can provide yourself a lot more comfort and prevent hypothermia with a camping sleep pad.

 

 

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Futuristic all-electric Camper

Futuristic all-electric Ecco Camper concept from NAU
By Bridget Borgobello –

 

NAU, the design studio behind the 360-degree Immersive Cocoon we checked out earlier this month, has penned this streamlined, zero-local-emission Ecco Camper c…

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Wildest, Most Remote 218,055 Acres Of U.S. Park Land And Water

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More acres have been added to the Voyageurs National Park  —  By U.S. Park Service . Sixty-one acres were added … permanently protected within Voyageurs National Park. The land, located on the Kempton Channel of Rainy Lake, encompasses boreal forest and several hundred feet of sand beach shoreline. The site is on the north side of a 75,000 acre roadless area, the Kabetogama Peninsula, which provides habitat for wolves, black bear, moose, otter and eagles. . Kempton Channel Property The Kempton Channel property is the largest land transfer yet under VoyageursRead More


7 Campsite Cooking Strategies —

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Are you sick and tired of not knowing what to bring or what to cook when you go camping? Do you either pack the entire kitchen (including the sink) or you bring the absolute minimum and then have to use a fork as a spatula or two spoons as tongs? If that sounds even the slightest bit familiar then you are in the right place. Over the past decade or so I have refined a list of 7 things that I use every single time I prepare for my nextRead More


How To SURVIVE Hiking the Grand Canyon

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TIPS – TRICKS – COMMON-SENSE ADVICE —  By: George Spelvin . Twenty years ago I nearly set the Grand Canyon National Park on fire. I was young, stupid and lucky. Young, stupid and lucky also seems to characterize a whole host of latter day Grand Canyon backpackers. Hikers die in there, every year … in greater numbers than one would at first imagine … at least six during some average years. Accidents and heat-related illnesses are the leading causes of death in the Canyon. What is striking is how easy itRead More


CAMP LIKE NEVER BEFORE … In HAWAII !!

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Camp in Hawaii and Pitch Your Tent on a Beach or Volcano   —–    Imagine awakening to dawn’s first light glistening on a sleepy blue ocean. The day’s sun bathers and swimmers haven’t yet arrived. The silence is broken only by the rising tide splashing into tide pools, kissing the starfish and urchins. The beach is yours! Or imagine pitching a tent in Volcanoes National Park. As daylight fades and a soothing fragrance from the rain splashed Eucalyptus wafts through the cool air, an outdoor fireplace provides cozy warmth.Read More


Test Your Primitive Camping Skills

Primitive Camping

GO 1-On-1 with Nature … 4 Great Locations BY:   Richard Corrigan, Demand Media   For some, parking an RV in a field just isn’t camping. Fortunately, the Pennsylvania mountains provide plenty of opportunities to throw on a backpack and hike deep into the backcountry, with only the trees to keep you company  and the supplies on your back to sustain you during your trip. From the mountains of the Allegheny Plateau to the ridges and valleys of the Appalachian Mountains, Pennsylvania is home to some of the best primitive campingRead More


Camping on BLM Land

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Camping on BLM Land in Washington State By  TOM WAGNER The Federal Land Policy and Management Act requires the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to manage public domain lands for sustained yield and multiple uses, from farming, ranching, timber and mineral management to recreation. In the Spokane Region—including the entire state of Washington—most of the BLM campsites lie in central and eastern Washington, an area dominated by white fir, juniper and ponderosa pine forests mixed with grasslands and more arid shrub steppe.   Recreational Opportunities on Washington BLM Land OtherRead More


BEST — Camping Sleep Pad Choices

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Camping Sleep Pads                     By Lainie Petersen   When planning an overnight camping trip or a multiday hike, you can provide yourself a lot more comfort and prevent hypothermia with a camping sleep pad.       Sleeping Bags Aren’t Enough The ground below your tent usually is hard, cold, wet and bumpy. A sleep pad will not only make you more comfortable, but it will also help keep you dry (even in a leaky tent) and prevent your body heat from escaping into the the ground.   Sleep Pad vs.Read More


Futuristic all-electric Camper

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Futuristic all-electric Ecco Camper concept from NAU By Bridget Borgobello –   NAU, the design studio behind the 360-degree Immersive Cocoon we checked out earlier this month, has penned this streamlined, zero-local-emission Ecco Camper concept with a view to inspiring a new way of getting away from it all in the 21st Century.   The expandable roof of the Ecco Camper integrates solar panels to supplement the power supply and the vehicle can also be charged via a standard 240 V outlet. Comprising of an aluminum and glass exterior, the Ecco’s teardrop shape sitsRead More