Outdoor Gear For Your Favorite Activities

If you love the great outdoors, then you know that there are many activities out there for you to enjoy. Of course, you probably also know that for each outdoor adventure, you will need different kinds of gear. What gear will you need for your next excursion? It is vital to be prepared with the proper equipment. If you don’t know exactly what gear you will need, here is a look at what will be necessary for your future journeys.

Are you into camping? There are a lot of items you’ll need to have the best camping experience possible. It goes without saying that a tent will be on your list, but there are more things to remember than that. A cooler for food supplies, backpacks, sleeping bags (the thickness you will need depends on the weather conditions), camping furniture such as chairs and cots, cookware and utensils, and lamps are things you shouldn’t forget to take with you. When you are thinking about what tent to buy, take into account how often you will be using it. Where are you going to take it? What can you afford? There is a huge selection of tents to choose from, so make sure the tent you get is the one that is right for you. Continue reading

Hiking, Camping, Adventure – Essential Gear Guide

One of the best things about heading out for adventure is the gear. Whether you’re mountain bike riding, kayaking, climbing or caving outdoor gear is part of the experience. In this article I take a look at adventure gadget essentials.

Gear is part of the fun

Some of us enjoy a living off the land with nothing more than a stick, however I think most of us consider gadgets part of the adventure. Whether it’s a GPS to find out where you’re going or a sophisticated self regulating head torch to see at night, to me adventure includes gear.

Here some gear I consider essential

Getting around

No matter what the activity I think having a GPS, map and compass is all part of the fun. While navigation can easily be done with just a compass and map alone, logging and tracking your trip with a GPS and reviewing it later is really cool. A GPS also doubles as a sanity check when you think you might be getting off track. Continue reading