September 4-5, 2020 It’s the tallest mountain in Arizona. And it’s volcanic (No, not active!). Well, every mountain around Flagstaff is volcanic in origin. In… Read More »Trip Report – Hammock Camping on Humphreys Peak
September 14–18, 2019 The best remedy I can think of for getting past the emotion of dropping off your oldest child to college is heading… Read More »Trip Report – Hammocks in the Grand Tetons
This past summer my family hosted a reunion at the famed IPP Community Center in Delta, Utah. Yes, it’s in the middle of nowhere and it seems like a crazy place to have a reunion, but the facility is pretty amazing and the price is reasonable (untouchable), especially if you’ve got a big family.
My son and I decided to do a quick “bonding” trip and explore a new trail for us — Kendrick Peak Trail #22 — but we encountered all kinds of trouble, not the least of which was leaving some essential gear behind.
A trip report by Kyle Albinus on a sub-24-hour (S24O) trip into the Green Swamp Wilderness Preserve in Florida, showing how he set up a Byer of Maine Moskito hammock on the ground (gasp!)
Situated in the warm Free State Province, the Golden Gate Highlands National Park is a great tourist attraction. It is close to the Lesotho border and features a wide array of different animal and wildlife. I had the opportunity to visit the Park after its amalgamation with the Qwa-Qwa National Park and see the full 130 square miles.
I was invited to do a quick overnight kayaking trip on Apache Lake in Arizona in January. Coined a “cold weather” event for those coming… Read More »Trip Report: Kayaking on Apache Lake, Arizona
Trip Report: Hanging in Tropical Philippines Guest post by Warren Kuhn The Philippines is a great camping destination. With 7,107 islands, it’s very diverse in… Read More »Trip Report: Hanging in Tropical Philippines