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Making the Switch – 5 Tips to Lighten Your Pack Weight

Making the Switch – 5 Tips to Lighten Your Pack Weight

My very first backpacking experience was an overnight shakedown on the Superior Hiking Trail almost 7 years ago. I volunteered to be the adult leader for the older scout 3 day Glacier National Park backcountry trek without ever having backpacked…
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The Importance Of Sleep on the Trail

The Importance Of Sleep on the Trail

Sleep is the easiest way to prevent injury on the trail. Whether you are hiking, biking, or paddling, giving your muscles and bones time to rest will help you stay healthy as you log those miles. The best part? Sleep is recovery you don’t need to…
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Early Spring Planning and Packing Tips

Early Spring Planning and Packing Tips

February is not much of a month for camping here in Minnesota. Ushered in by a bone-chilling month of January, February typically brings a lot of snow and wind. It’s great weather for skiing, snowshoeing and ice fishing, but only a brave few…
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