“Those who travel to mountain-tops are half in love with themselves, and half in love with oblivion.” ― Robert Macfarlane
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The PHD Minimus tops are now lighter and more fully featured.
Have a tear in your favourite jacket? That new backpack has a small cut? Then get the awesome Noso Patch which fixes your kit in seconds, all without ironing or sewing!
Nom nom, that’s tasty: The new Wild Lummi Island Pink Salmon from Patagonia Provisions is wild pink salmon, sourced only from abundant, thriving runs. Sustainable backpacking food at its best!
I was interviewed for the Blog of the Month on Outdoordeals.de! [German]
BMC to change its name to Climb Britain. As a climber I like it, as a hillwalker, backpacker and hiker I find that questionable.
Not as off-topic as it may seem: History tells us what may happen next with Brexit & Trump.
Erin has no idea what she’s doing with her Vlog. Episode 0 is cool nevertheless!
Making the Experience Yours: Randonneuring.
Neil ponders is Adventure Goes Mainstream since Salsa Cycles will be available in REI.
There’s new gear in the REI Outlet - save big on new closeouts from Osprey, SmartWool, Black Diamond, Big Agnes & More!
And there’s a bunch of outdoor gear in the Bergfreunde Sale that’s worth checking out, like the 1.226 g light Mountain Hardwear Ghost UL 3 tent, the Osprey Exos backpacks and the even lighter Salomon X Alp 30.
Antoine Girard has broken the 8,000m mark in high-altitude cross-country paragliding, soaring Broad Peak.
Interesting: Returning through Europe - Turkey.
Lael’s 2016 looks pretty epic so far.
Kathrin’s Top 5 of most annoying things on her LEJOG thus far. [German]
Packrafting in New Zealand. [German]
Great Sierra Adventures Update from Leor.
Joe spent three days on the Colorado Trail.
Stuff that works - Dirty Girl Gaiters.
A First Look at the Salsa EXP Series Bikepacking Bags.
Dirtbag Climbers: Handmade climbing goods with a touch of beard.
Review of the La Sportiva TX2 Approach Shoe.
Ultralight Backpacking: Stay safe, warm, well-fed and happy.
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