Are you still stewing about what to get your lady? Or lady friend! If she’s into hiking, then you’re in the right place. The tricky thing about hiking gifts is that you don’t want to give her heavy, bulky gear she’ll never use. Below, I’ve made a list of gifts and gear that I either already own and love, or would love to get as a gift! [Read more…] about Hiking Gifts For Women
Having trouble deciding on the perfect gift for him? I find it really difficult to pick out gifts for other people – will they like it? Will they use it? Will they think I’m weird for gifting this?!
I know, I know, I’m probably way overthinking it. But my hope is, the more gift ideas we all share, the easier it will be to discover and give amazing gifts! [Read more…] about Hiking Gifts For Men
Maybe it’s just me, but as an outdoorsy girl, I would love nothing more than a stocking stuffed with new hiking gadgets and gear.
If you have a hiker in your house, here are 10 stocking stuffer ideas to help you fill theirs up. [Read more…] about Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Hikers
The holidays are coming! The holidays are coming!
If you’re anything like me, you wait until the last minute to buy gifts aaaaand you also have no clue what to get for the people on your list! [Read more…] about 10 Hiking Gifts Under $25
If you’re brand new to hiking and starting to purchase gear, you’re starting to realize there are endless options of brands, products, price-tags, and quality out there.
So I’m gonna break down one of your big choices here – down or synthetic?
This goes for puffy jackets and sleeping bags, do you go with the cheaper synthetic version or splurge for the down?
Is down really worth the investment?
What’s the difference anyway?
One of my biggest takeaways from working at Outward Bound was that if you take care of your gear, your gear will take care of you. As staff, we put in countless hours of cleaning and repairing stoves, tents, sleeping bags, sleeping pads, backpacks and more.
And all those hours, blood, sweat and tears we put into the gear, was still cheaper than having to replace it and buy brand new stuff every time something really just needed some TLC.