Whether you spend the day hiking, exploring, fishing, hunting, or climbing, you will most likely be exhausted after a long day of camping outdoors.
Make sure you get a full night's rest, so you’ll feel refreshed and ready to tackle the next day without slugging through it. Unfortunately, many people have trouble sleeping well when they camp, because of inexperience or the unfamiliar terrain.
If you need some guidance, try our seven proven tips that you can follow to sleep well when camping outdoors.
You get to enjoy the beautiful scenery while getting good exercise when you hike. While it can be a fun and beneficial activity, you cannot go on a hike without any preparation. This is even truer when you plan to go solo.
Sharp tree branch snagging your pack or hammock? Piece of cake. Impromptu storm repair? No problem. This remarkable tape works wonders for repairing many things outdoors. And, it's the only type of tape that will permanently repair the genuine parachute material on your Hummingbird Hammock, in the unlikely event of a rip. If you don't bring anything else, this is it!
If you've ever participated in outdoor club groups or classes, outdoor safety was likely the first thing on your curriculum list. But even for regular outdoor explorers, there's no such thing as too many safety reminders. Let's brush up and go over the basics.
Christmas shopping for a camper? You’re in luck because pack-ready gear is compact, lightweight, and practical. In other words, it’s perfect for stockings! Here are a few of our favorite stocking stuffers for outdoor lovers: