“From spring to autumn, there’s an abundance of life. It’s then that I like to be in the mountains by myself, catching fish, drinking stream water and picking mushrooms, nuts and wild grapes. I long to cross range after range, to venture ever deeper into the cradle of the wild.” - Kei Taniguchi
Awesome comic: The Ministry of Adventure.
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Infos on Wild Camping on the GR1.
Hyperlite Mountain Gear is committed to America’s Big Trails and partners with the PCT Association and the CDT Coalition.
What’s your #OutdoorKultur - Outdoor Culture Tip? [German]
Marc reviews a Welsh Winter Mountaineering Course.
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Chad is back on the trail!
Cedric enjoys the powder in Hakuba, Japan.
Biketouring Portugal: Lisbon to Porto.
Susanne & Martin are following the Ayeyarwady to the Kingdom of Bagan.
Fischers Napf. [German]
Saku enjoys his 2nd Winter in Austria.
Check out Rick’s Chili volcanos – Villarrica Traverse!
Island hoppin in a down jacket. [German]
Gerald’s Packrafting Rio Tuichi story draws to an end. [German]
Trekking in the North of Thailand. [German]
And finally, a warning: Hiking Cochamó valley, Chile is not recommended according to Rick.
The HackPack - an ultralight backpack made from IKEA bags. [German]
A look at the AirLite SnowShoe. [Japanese]
Pieta makes Flies for the Sea. [Finnish]
Bikepacking peripheral bags round-up.
Helen’s 2015 PCT Gear Review.
Mammut Trovat HS Parka Review. [German]
Navigation in the 21st Century – Home Printing Maps Using OS Maps Online and Other Tools.