The Tentsile takes camping to a whole new (vertical) level
Get up into the air on your next camping trip with the tent that blends a healthy dose of hammock and tree house into its DNA.
If the rest of those national parks ever open, we’ve got just the treat for you Halloween hikers: 8 creepiest places in U.S. national parks
BioLite CampStove beautifully burns through biomass
Your next camping trip should include this camp stove, which is capable of efficiently burning biomass materials like pine needles, small twigs and wood chips.
Wilderness travel takes more than a pair of strong legs; it requires common sense. Learning the lingo is part of the process, saving novices from grief and providing veterans with a cool vocabulary for the miles shared in the backcountry.
A beginner’s glossary to hiking and camping
Recipe: Grilled banana splits
You don’t need ice cream to make a banana split on the trail. Just follow this simple recipe.
Hitting the trail this Labor Day weekend? Here’s the outdoors guide you really need: MNN’s creative ways to backpack with booze
Walking Shelter: A tennis shoe-tent combo for impromptu siestas
Lady Gaga meets L.L. Bean with a conceptual ‘mobile habitat’ design from Aussie firm Sibling that integrates a one-person tent into the back of a pair of sneakers.
Want to experience the great outdoors but the prospect of hungry bears and rough ground make you break out in hives? Glamping (think glamorous camping) might be the ideal vacation for you.
7 secret getaways for pampered campers