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Gear Review: MPOWERD LUCI LIGHT

Get the Mpowerd Luci Light Here! As much as we may desire light and sun, nighttime always seems to set in. Introducing Luci Outdoors,

Hiking the Appalachian Trail: Miscellaneous

Hiking poles I bought my first hiking pole to use with the Sil Shelter. Then I did a weekend trip at the moderately easy

Hiking the Appalachian Trail: How to hike 15 miles a day

How to hike 15 miles a day There’s only one sure-fire way I know of to hike some miles. Get on the trail early

Hiking the Appalachian Trail: Where’s the easy part?

Where’s the easy part? the really tough parts of the trail are at each end — New England and the southern end, through Tennessee.

Hiking the Appalachian Trail: Training to hike

Training to hike Mountains and rocks and more hills and more rocks. Probably the best training one could do for the AT is load

Hiking the Appalachian Trail: Gear

The heavy stuff I am what is called an ultralight hiker. That is, all of my hiking stuff inside my pack, minus water or

Hiking the Appalachian Trail: Getting lost

Getting lost It’s pretty easy to keep your bearings on the AT. Most of the time. The trail is marked with “white blazes.” These

Hiking the Appalachian Trail: hygiene

Dirt, hygiene, medical I have only met one hiker who let himself go and stunk like hell. I think most folks carry deodorant. I

Hiking the Appalachian Trail: Animals

Animals The animal that makes the most trouble on the AT is the mouse. The little varmints know people bring food to shelters and

Hiking the Appalachian Trail: Shelters

  Shelters There are hundreds of shelters along the AT, most of them are between 7 and 10 miles apart. Most are wooden structures
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