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The Hiker's Day Pack

By Life Hacker on Sep 12, 2016 in: hiking

An out and back hiking trip seems easy enough, but you still need to carry a lot of gear with you for food and safety. Reader J Brew shares their loadout from a recent trip up Mount Rainier.Read more...

Boating stepped aside this summer as we traveled further afar than our own waters. "Surely," we thought, "we'll get out on the boat a few times." Nothing much happens if it's not planned for, so we penciled in a date. The weather cooperated beau...

As the sun starts to go down, you begin to make your way back through the woods toward camp. Suddenly, a set of sharp teeth belonging to a snarling wolf appears in front of you—and it’s not alone. Here’s what you do.Read more...

This is a barren time in the sports calendar. We are in a desolate trough between the international intrigue of the Olympics and the drama and nonsense of football season. I’m goddamn bored. Coincidentally, the National Parks Service turns 100 year...

You can snag good topographic maps pretty easily from outdoor shops and from park ranger offices, but if you want to take a closer look at a place from the comfort of your own home, National Geographic’s released a ton of PDFs of various parts of t...

If you ever find yourself lost in the wilds of a warmer climate, the strong leaves from a palmetto plant can help you build a shelter.Read more...

Want to go for a hike or a trail run? It helps to know how to stay on the trail. Many trails are marked with rectangles of paint, called blazes, to let you know where the trail goes. But following the blazes is sometimes harder than it looks. This qu...