>>679483 I normally carry a towel with me when hiking/camping so I can dry myself off if I end up getting in some water. I usually just roll the towel up and use that as a pillow. Pretty sure I don't even own a regular hoodie either.
>>679432 Seen the movie 127 hours? It's got some pretty cool geological features, the caldera hot spring (the pool he jumps into) in particular is awesome, though unfortunately it's owned an operated like a theme park. Antelope canyon is fairly touristy, but still free to wander in and amazingly beautiful. Whole movie takes place in UT.
>>679432 Everywhere. I live near Zions Canyon so here's a short list of what I love.
Zion Bryce Mountains around hatch & panguitch The Hurricane Cliffs Sand hollow Pine mountain Gooseberry mesa Smithsonian butte Kanab and surrounding areas Cedar city and Yankee flats Kolob Kodachrome point Henry mountains Beryl desert and beryl junction Enterprise and surrounding mountains Filmore and surrounding mountains Clear lake West desert Utah/Nevada borderlands Utah/Arizona... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hey /out/ I figured you guys are probably the best people to ask for this. I want a mess kit for out in the woods, I was looking at getting a repro of a world war 2 one but all the ones I find are all aluminum and I like steel more considering it'll probably be in a pack with other heavy stuff. Are there any modern ones that are good? Anything else I should consider?
Where I live the Forest Service uses light blue diamond trail markers. They are sort of what I would call a line of sight marker, meaning that if you stand next to one of these markers and you look around you should see the next marker. On a long straight away they might be 50 yards apart but in some places they can be as close as 10 or 15 feet. They are also night time reflective.
But sometimes you see a red marker or a dark blue marker which are definitely not used a lot, you may see one every mile or so although they don't seem to mark mileage. So I always wonder... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
My uncle is selling his Ranger and a utility-style ATV. I like both machines. I've been thinking of getting my own off road toy. My brothers ride dirt bikes, but I've never had my own off road vehicle to go out with them. Any green sticker vehicle would be fine, really. I'm not a good rider, especially high revvy 2 strokes. I just like to cruise.
Plus side to the Side x Side >fit the waifu >fit more beer/ gear >safer?
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>>679076 Funny you bring up a Tacoma. My uncle and cousins had to help out some guys in a Tacoma, lifted on 33"s, and 4x4. Stuck in shallow rut. Their friend in a Jeep didn't have a recovery strap or anything. But we did, and pulled the truck out no problem. Side x Sides go where trucks and Jeeps cannot. ATV's do have lower center of gravity, but I've never been on super gnarly trails on one though.
Hi /out/ I need your very best advice for this one
>be hiking easy trail alone >catch up with this friendly dude >he's really into /lit/ so we talk for a bit >his gf shows up near the end of the trail >she's a really good looking 9/10 /fit/izen and really into /out/ >thisisthegirlofmydreams.png >she lives somewhat near me >literally... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>679034 Holy shit. Looks like some people missed out on the rules growing up. Rule #1- don't be "That Guy" You will become "That Guy who tries to break up a relationship to get with a girl because, dick stiff" Don't ever be "That Guy"
I have a Maxpedition Falcon II and for my shelter I have a SOL Escape Thermal Bivvy and Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Xtherm sleeping pad.
I want to keep this as a lightweight bag with a shelter that can be setup for ground sleeping. I have another camping style bag for hammock camping in the woods. But this bag is more for a situation where I wont be in the woods and I dont have tree's around to hang a hammock.
If I were to sleep in a building with this setup I would not need a Tarp.
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>>678978 I'll definitely be getting out on the lakes more often for fishing. I hate fishing in the winter; it's just cold, wet, and miserable. I also have some 2-3 day hiking trips planned for spring/summer in the Ozarks, and MAYBE a ~10 day backpacking trip on the Lone Star Trail in TX.
I'm new to camping, and I live in Louisiana. I've been looking for a place to camp that isn't a park. All of the campgrounds are just cleared out areas with some benches. I want an area with dense woods and that is secluded. Any ideas?
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