Choosing the Right Water Bottle for Hiking
Nov23

Choosing the Right Water Bottle for Hiking

When it comes to choosing a bottle that’s right for you, you need to consider factors such as size, shape, material, and the mouth of the bottle. There are now countless varieties of hiking water bottles on the market which come in all kinds of shapes, colors, and sizes. They even have smart bottles which use smartphone apps to track your daily hydration.

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Essential Items to Have in Your Emergency Bag
Nov19

Essential Items to Have in Your Emergency Bag

It’s always a good idea to plan for unexpected events. Whether you’re preparing for wilderness survival or a natural disaster, having the necessary supplies to get you through emergency situations is vital. In order to help you create your own personalized emergency bag or kit, we have gathered up the top ten survival items you will definitely want to include.

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6 Items That Will Help You Become a Better and More Efficient Hunter
Oct30

6 Items That Will Help You Become a Better and More Efficient Hunter

To help you know what should be on your hunting gear list, here are six essential items that will help you become a better and more efficient hunter more quickly.

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7 of the Greatest Hiking Trails in Great Britain
Oct08

7 of the Greatest Hiking Trails in Great Britain

From day hikes to long-distance treks that take weeks to complete, Great Britain is home to some truly awe-inspiring walks that will have you getting up close and personal with Britain’s natural wonders.

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A Healthy, Socially Distanced Vacation is Still Possible
Sep18

A Healthy, Socially Distanced Vacation is Still Possible

The fact is that it is still possible to go on a vacation and remain protected from coronavirus thanks to places like Pennsylvania’s The Lodge at Woodloch. Nestled in the Poconos, The Lodge at Woodloch is on the cutting edge when it comes to planning a vacation in the time of COVID-19.

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