Winter Camping Hacks

Winter Camping Hacks

Keep vents open in your tent to cut down on condensation. Don’t sleep with your mouth inside your sleeping bag; condensation will form and can make you colder in the night. Bring lots of plastic bags. They can be used for everything and weigh nothing. If you don’t...
Cold-Weather Backpacking & Camping

Cold-Weather Backpacking & Camping

So, you’ve decided to go backpack camping in the winter. Congratulations! Embarking on an overnight trek during the colder months elevates you to a whole new level of outdoor enthusiast, because there aren’t too many who do it. In fact, if you like a little solitude,...
Midwest Adventure Resorts

Midwest Adventure Resorts

The kids were clamoring on top of each other, pushing and squirming to sit near the jets in the hot tub on the back porch of our private lake cabin at Mountain Harbor Resort & Spa in Mount Ida, Ark. “We’re not coming out!” they challenged, although I was pretty...
Tested: FlipBelt

Tested: FlipBelt

Not enamored with loose-fitting fanny packs or running belts? Try the FlipBelt. The micropoly/lycra material hugs your hips, so there’s no bouncing or chafing — you hardly know you’re wearing it. Plus, it’s moisture wicking, fast drying and washable. I’ve used mine...