Looking for backpacking gift ideas for a hiker on your list? Our 2017 gift guide features our trail-tested, favorite backpacking gear from our trail adventures throughout the South.
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Tent: check. Backpack: check. Wondering what else to pack? Our backpacking list features our favorite, trail-tested gear for multi-day hikes in the South.
The ENO Blaze UnderQuilt and Ignitor TopQuilt keep our hammock camping adventures warm and comfortable through cold-weather seasons in the South.
Lightweight, roomy, and packed with features, the Sierra Designs Divine Light 2 FL backpacking tent offers plenty of space for two campers, plenty of gear storage, roomy headroom, and an outstanding three-door design. Our trail-tested review.
Waterproof, windproof, and long burning, the UCO Titan Stormproof Match Kit makes quick work of getting the campfire burning in even the worst weather.
Trailfoody delivers delicious, hand-selected trail food, packed in a monthly box with some delicious new brands and flavors and some tasty favorites. It’s a great way to try new flavors out on the trail, and offers great savings, too.
Elevate your camping and backpacking experience with Patagonia’s new line of organic food. It’s trail-friendly, campsite-friendly, and ultra-delicious. Our review of our favorite breakfasts, dinners, salmon, and fruit bars from Patagonia Provisions.
It’s lightweight and spacious, with fast assembly and great ventilation: the Sierra Designs Summer Moon 3 is a thoughtfully designed three person tent, perfect for car camping and backpacking adventures in the South.
Lightweight but ultra-comfy, the Helinox Chair One is our go-to for relaxing at a campsite, park, outdoor concert, or around town. And it packs up small and easily, making it one ultra-portable camp chair.