Category Archives for "Tips & Tricks"

Top Tips for Day Hiking Or Backpacking With Your Dog!

Summer’s here, and that means it’s day hiking and backpacking season! Aside from the backpacking code of conduct inspiring hikers to “Leave No Trace,” packing the right gear can make the difference between enjoying nature to the fullest and incurring a medical emergency far from help. When planning a day hike with your dog, it’s […]

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Backpacking Photography Tips | Backpackers Trip

Photography, as versatile as it is, reveals its best when you’re shooting outdoors. That said, long excursions into the wilderness or hiking mountain trails are perfect opportunities to step up your camera game!If backpacking photography is something you like, then we have good news for you!Today, we have rounded up not only the best lightweight […]

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Backpacking Tips and Safety Skills to Know About!

Ever wondered what it would feel like to hit the trail by yourself and be in sync with nature? No doubt you have. Backpacking is one such way, and a well-planned backpacking trip can give you the mental energy boost you need.That is why we bring you some top-notch, well-researched backpacking tips and advice, which […]

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Learn to Use a Compass in the Backcountry

When you love nature, it feels like every bit of that is made just to amaze you, especially when it’s the backcountry. The green, the view, the freshness – it all feels simply astonishing. But that’s only till you know how to get there in the first place.Now imagine, how’d you feel when you lose […]

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How to Pack for Bikepacking

Finally, you and your buddies have made it! Your long-awaited group tour on bi-cycle has come true after months of planning. But what’s this? Looks like you’re falling behind the team though you’re on full swing. Oops! Seems your wrong packing pattern has made it a bit tough for you to keep up. But do […]

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How to Carry a Gun While Backpacking

Have you ever met a Grizzly bear? No, I’m not asking about seeing one in the zoo, but in wild, when you’re hiking or taking a wild road. If you haven’t then you wouldn’t understand but I think you still can feel the chilled flow of fear running through your backbone. But would you equally […]

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