Monday Kids Fishing round-up
Lem's Minimalist Boulder Boot
Begbie Falls Trail - Revelstoke, BC
DIY Bottle Catamaran Kit
Hell Hike and Raft | An epic social adventure
Mammoth Rides, Eagles and Early spring on the lake
Practising some Knife Throwing
Prepare for Anything - Book Review
S'moreos: A Twist on the Campfire Classic -
There's no campfire snack quite like the classic s'mores recipe. Brace yourself because you may never think of s'mores the same again after you see s'moreos
Canadian Winter Camping
Pogginz - Awesome Helmet Accessories
Axe deoderant backpacking alcohol stove
Trail Cooking: Herby Pasta White Sauce
5 min Trail Pizza Recipe for the Alcohol Stove
Father - Son Day Hike (video)
Eddie Bauer Microtherm StormDown 800 Jacket Review
What to Pack for Safer Family Adventures -
Even on simple hikes, or picnics in the backcountry, a well-organized day pack can make for safer family adventures. An emergency first aid kit and survival
Patagonia alone, with just a few hundred of my closest tourist...
Magellan eXplorist 350H GPS review
Tenkara fishing on the John Muir Trail
How to Hang Food in the Backcountry
If you backpack you need to know how to store your food correctly. There are many ways to do it, but here's an easy way how to hang food in the backcountry.
Potable Aqua Water Purification Giveaway
Jabra Sport Wireless+ earphones - Review
Grand Trunk Single Hammock
9 Tips for Back Country Adventures with Toddlers
How dads create outdoors adventurers
How to Beat the Heat and the Bears: Thru-hiking Tips
You've had enough of hiking for the day…Oh, and you're hungry… really hungry. Turn that to your advantage by following this simple thru-hiking tip.
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Kalamalka Fly Fishers Club Fly Patterns
Winter Hammock Adventure - Father/Daughter
Testing out our Cedar Strip Canoe
Innate Caravan Compartments
Terramar Sports Thermolator Beanie
Vargo Titanium Clip Knife
Armachillo Sun Cape Cap
Survival Show Casting Call: Last Survivor
Grand Trunk Double Hammock
Chawel: The 5 in 1 changing towel
Hiking the Half Dome
Hiking from Yosemite to Tuolomne Meadows
Hiking the John Muir Trail - Tuolumne to Garnet Lake
OR Show Summer 2013 Highlights - Gadgets
Survival Saturday #5 - Finding North Using Shadows
Survival Saturday #4 - How to make a fire log
Family Backpacking the Ozette Triangle, WA
Olicamp XTS and Vector stove
Survival Saturday Episode # 3 - How to Make a Pot Holder...
Survival Saturday Episode #2 - How to Carve a Wooden Spoon...
Survival Saturday Episode #1 - Intro and how to make a cooking...
Lunds Gulch Family Hike - Lynnwood, WA
Thunder Creek Lightweight Overnight Hike
Cheesy Bacon Taters - Backpacking Recipe
Family Backpacking 2013… with 4 kids under 7 years old...
Outdoor Gear Giveaways
Platypus Origin 32 Daypack (with video)
Giotto RT8150 Tripod Review
Carbon Fiber Trekking Poles by Cascade Mountain Tech
Mountain Hardwear Versteeg Dry Q Rain Jacket Review
Golite Beartooth 650 down jacket review (video)
Pelican 0915 Memory Card Holder review (video)
Vaude Astra II 55 + 10 backpack (with video)
Jetboil Helios Cook System - Great for group cooking
The Best Fishing Rod for Backpacking?
John Muir Trail 2013 Updates - #1
Can I drink straight from a stream?
Hiking in the Monashees, BC, near Valley of the Moon I remember several times on hikes drinking straight from the source: a creek (or even better a spring) without a second thought.
How to fillet a trout without a knife and cook it without...
The Native Americans weren't the typical wasters that the disposable society of today has created. They knew easy efficient ways of harvesting, preparing and cooking wild foods. A good example of this
Trail Cooking: Quinoa-Sausage Soup for a crowd
Good eats and sore feet pt 2 - rainy season on the Choro...
Deconstructed Trail Pizza for a Crowd
Good eats and cold feet - rainy season on the Choro Trail...
What is Tramping?
The Choro Trail in photos
Questions from a first-time Backpacker
Hiker Diaries #1 - Singing in the Rain
How to Prevent Snow Blindness
Survival in the Outdoors: 5 Wild Vegetable Greens to Feed...
Tick-Tock: the grenades of the outdoor world
You've heard it all before, but I want to say it again: don't mess with the tiny tick. Ticks and tick-borne diseases are found all over the world. Don't fool yourself: disease-carrying ticks ha
Can you start a fire with water? - with video
What Makes Your Backpacking Trip Better?
The Outdoor Adventure: Paracord Laces - Another reason to...
The Outdoor Adventure: Top Outdoor Adventure Videos of the...
The Outdoor Adventure: Bivvies vs. Tents
Appalachian Trail prep Day 6: How to make fire starters
The Outdoor Adventure: Meet your fitness goals with Livestrong.com...
Quinua Burger - Trail food and meat alternative
The Outdoor Adventure: Patagonia eBook review and giveaway...
The Outdoor Adventure: 2012 - Gear in Review
The Outdoor Adventure: Alcohol Stove Cooking
The Outdoor Adventure: Do DIY IR Goggles work?
The Outdoor Adventure: Over the Recipes and through the...
The Outdoor Adventure: Carhartt Flame Resistant Twill Coveralls...
The Outdoor Adventure
The Outdoor Adventure: 1 Can Side Burner Alcohol Stove
Planning a Winter Hike with the Kids They'll Never Forget...
The Outdoor Adventure: Kahtoola K10 Crampon Review (with...
The Outdoor Adventure: How to fix a Klymit Sleeping Pad
Tips from kids: What to do when you meet a bear
Survival Trip (May 2012) Highlights
The Outdoor Adventure: DIY Video: High efficiency backpacking...
The Outdoor Adventure: DIY resource: Make your own Snowshoes...
The Outdoor Adventure: Book Review: SAS Survival Handbook...
The Outdoor Adventure: Terramar Baselayer TXO Body Sensor...
The Outdoor Adventure: Tubbs Snowshoes Mountaineer Video...
The Outdoor Adventure: Outdoor Winter Giveaway Grande Finale!...
Climbing Knots | How to Tie Climbing Knots
Animated Knots by Grog - index of climbing knots
The Outdoor Adventure: Enter Now! Outdoor Winter Giveaway...
How to Make Fire With Water
Some say it can't be done, but survival specialist Paul Osborn shows us that you can create a flame using water.
The Outdoor Adventure: Tilley Tec-wool Winter Hat (with...
DIY Project: Leather shoulder bag
I'm always looking for new skills to learn and new hobbies to try out, and one of my favourites right now is leather working. My wife was looking for a shoulder bag for carrying some larger items, s