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  • How To Go Camping With A Baby

    As a parent, there is nothing more fulfilling than to see your child being involved and loving the same passion that you have. As for us, the ones that love the awesomeness of the great outdoors, having your child be involved as early as they are is a dream and a prospect that many parents are starting to look forward to. Start ‘em young they say. 

    It may seem to be exciting for the most part, but the prospect of camping with a baby can be a bit daunting even to some experienced campers. Well, do not worry, here are some valuable tips that can help you go on with your baby at camp and still have that good quality time you expect with the outdoors

  • Are You A Lightweight Or An Ultralight Backpacker, And What's The Difference?

     

    Either taking a full week camp or just a short 3-day backpacking trip, planning for the weight you will carry is essential and a must! Other people take this for granted but believe me, how heavy your pack ends up will greatly affect your body’s performance throughout your trail and how much fun you’re going to have. 

    Are you the lightweight type or an ultralight backpacker? We will explore the advantages and benefits of these two and what are their differences from traditional backpacking. 

  • How To Sleep Better During Your Backcountry Getaway

     

    Well, let’s start by saying that sleep is very important. When I say important, it is crucial for cell repair. It is when these moments that are our microscopic buddies come to work. They enable the body to repair and be fit and ready for another day. Adding up, sleep is an essential function that allows our body and mind to recharge, leaving you refreshed and alert when you wake up. Healthy sleep also helps the body remain healthy and stave off diseases. Without enough sleep, the brain cannot function properly. 

    These are just a handful of benefits of sleep over its wide range of positive effects that we can have. But what if you are that one person who can’t seem to find a way to snooze and sleep throughout the night? Buckle up. Here are some tips on how to beat backcountry insomnia and sleep your tiring outdoor adventure off.

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