Best Ground Tents of 2017: Gimme Shelter
Check out the Latest Ground Tents Kamp-Rite/Oversize Tent Cot OVERVIEW: This tent cot keeps you of the ground with space to spare. It stands 11 inches above the ground, and brings additional comfort with an expanded sleeping area. Its domed top allows for more headroom and interior space, and
Towing Tough: Trick Trailer With Utility in the Rough
When you think of the Jeep Wrangler, what comes to mind? Adventure? Off-roading? Overlanding? Rock crawling? Easy to work on and modify? History? All of the above, and then some? We can see why you might. Many consider the Jeep to be the Swiss Army knife
Gear Box: Supplies for Life Off the Beaten Path
Have Rod, Will Travel A perfect companion for any fisherman on the go is Quantum’s Telecast series of telescopic fishing rods. This light-action rod measures 5 feet, 6 inches when fully extended and only about 18 inches when collapsed, making it a great option for a pack
To the Bottom of the World: A Humble Subaru Conquers Patagonia
Being the backpacking and fishing mecca that Patagonia is, it probably hasn’t been brought to your attention that the way to see it is actually by car. Okay—full disclosure—you’ll have a heck of a time at the border crossings, but you’re reading a magazine called Tread.
Chasing Tail: Freshwater Fishing in a Kayak
You don’t have to own a big boat anymore. Should you feel an itch to catch some fish, you can now strap a kayak to the roof of your vehicle and head out to your favorite lake, stream or river in quick time. In fact, the
Sack Time: 14 Sleeping Bags to Stave off Nature’s Chill
You’ve never had such a good night’s sleep as the one experienced in the wilderness a few thousand feet above sea level. The oxygen is thinner than you’re used to, it’s always cooler than normal, the air is decidedly cleaner, and you probably had an exciting
First Responder: Practical First-Aid Tips
S—t happens. You know that. Whether you’re into outdoor recreation, hunting, sports, or even if you’re concerned about violent events that can happen during your daily routine, you need to be prepared. A little first aid can go a long way. Whether you’re preparing to deal with
End of the Trail: Kayaking Through the Grand Canyon River
A friend messaged me with an exciting announcement. He had just won a noncommercial river-trip permit down the Grand Canyon in the annual National Park Service weighted lottery, and—he wanted me to join him on his trip. I didn’t have to think long about the offer.