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Glacier National Park

5 Days in Glacier National Park Packing List

Recently I spent a week in Glacier National Park doing the 55 mile northern high loop. This is a full gear list including both packed and worn items for the trip. Since this trip took place in late summer/early fall we had to be prepared for showers and sun (both of which we encountered).

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What emergency equipment do you bring into the backcountry?

Lately I’ve been taking a look at the emergency gear I bring with me during backcountry skiing day tours – something I try to do at the beginning of every season.  Its important to continually evaluate what you bring along.  As your survival skills, equipment, and mountaineering abilities evolve the gear you require to stay safe in […]

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CAMP Corsa Nanotech Ice Axe Review

I recently upgraded my tried and true Black Diamond Raven Pro ice axe to the CAMP Corsa Nanotech ice axe.  The Corsa Nanotech weighs a ridiculous 8.8 ounces (allowing me to drop 6.3 oz.) but feels as sturdy as my old Raven.  It is primarily constructed of aluminum but has Sandvik Nanoflex steel reinforcements on the […]

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CAMP B-Dry EVO Rain Pants Review

The B-Dry EVO Rain Pant by CAMP is made for one thing – to keep you dry when its poring rain without weighing a gram more than necessary.  According to the manufacturer the B-Dry pants are made out of a ripstop nylon that “has a silicon treatment on the outside to shed water and add strength” […]

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