Call it a cabin-porn addiction, but it seems like a lot of us have the same dream: a cabin of our own. Sounds pretty nice and, on the dream-scale, pretty attainable.
Remember thermoelectric energy from high school physics? Neither do we, but you don’t have to be a science geek to appreciate the utility of a device that turns heat into electricity.
Wouldn’t it be nice to communicate directly with the other members of your party without having to rely on shaky cell service or WiFi?
I’m new to backpacking. How should I pack my backpack for a weekend in the wilderness?
The right first-aid kit can save your life in the backcountry, so it’s worth investing the time and the money to get it right.
Buying new gear involves commitment, both financially and emotionally. Kind of like dating. Our idea of the perfect date? Hanging in the trees with a cold brew and fleeting cell service. But that's...
The perfect tent is durable, lightweight, and easy to set up. The Cave from German company Heimplanet delivers on all three accounts.
Even our towable trailers are getting smart. With innovative aerodynamic designs, rugged suspension systems, and wide-open skylights, these four high-tech trailers are ready for the open road.
Forget that old, moldy VW parked out back. It’s time to upgrade to one of Dub Box’s pimped out campers.
Retreats are about getting away from the stress of our digital, hyper-connected life. But that doesn’t mean you have to rough it.
Sure, you can always scrounge up a few rocks from your backyard to build a fire pit. But if you’re looking for a less primitive option, you might want to check out the stylish Smokestack Fire Pit by...
You don’t need a tent to go camping. And when you’re riding across the country on a bike, you definitely don’t want to lug around a stuff sack full of tent poles.
Yes, tents are an institution in the old gear shed, but (gasp!) they’re not always necessary.
Massive windows, sheltered decks, and rooftop seating are all features you might expect in a house that celebrates nature. But sliding glass walls and slatted wood screens aren’t exactly standard.
We often write about the newest—and priciest—outdoor gear. But when it comes to car camping, you don’t have to shell out the big bucks to build a solid setup.