What about the stove fuel?
There have been many media reports, but here’s a look at the findings of the study.
Use them to build up your ultimate backpacking stove system.
We boil down their key distinctions to help you choose.
See the fascinating work our on-staff water scientists do.
How to stay warmer, safer and more comfortable while snow camping.
Do you know how to decode the most common water filter claim?
Backflushing is an easy and time-saving task. Here’s how to do it in the field.
Bacteria are everywhere—on you, in you, in the soil, and yes, even in the wilderness’ cool, refreshing water sources. In fact harmless species of these single-cell organisms exist naturally in the backcountry’s rivers and pools. But humans and animals can carry harmful bacteria as well, and spread these pathogens to the water, making it risky if you happen to drink from the wrong place at the wrong time. Some of these bacteria are the same notorious headline grabbers associated with foodborne outbreaks or epidemics after natural disasters. We’ll discuss those and others, but first a few general facts.