Guest Post

Orange Tent on snowy mountain as example of how to stay warm in a tent

How To Keep Warm in a Tent: 11 Tips for a Cozy Night of Winter Camping

Confession time… winter camping is not my thing. That’s why I asked Paul to share his best tips with you on how to keep warm in a tent. And he put together an amazing list for you! However, we do find ourselves camping on cold nights in the early spring and late fall when temps …

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Hiking the Lost Palms Oasis Trail in Joshua Tree National Park

Here’s a guest post from Res Marty about the Lost Palms Oasis Trail in Joshua Tree National Park. As he shared the story of this hike with me, I quickly added it to my wish list. Wow! This trail is a destination hike to an Oasis worth dreaming about. Ladona Surprisingly, you won’t see any …

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Tree in woods with the white blaze mark for backpackers on the Appalachian Trail

Backpacking the Appalachian Trail in Smoky Mountains National Park

When Robert approached me about writing this guest article I immediately jumped on the opportunity to share it with you. Great Smoky Mountains National Park is one of my favorite parks. In his college days, Brad hiked this section and loves to reminisce, so it was fun to get an update on backpacking the Appalachian …

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Hiking 7 Mile Hole: Discover “Everything” Yellowstone on One Trail

When our guest writer, Krystal from Krystal Clear Trekking, shared that she just finished 6 days exploring Yellowstone National Park I was a bit jealous. Most of us only have time for 2-3 days squeezed into our family vacations. So when she offered to share the story of her hike 7 Mile Hole, Yellowstone NP, …

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