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Dealing With Common Hiking, Camping and Backpacking Injuries

It pays to be prepared for any emergency situation that could happen when you’re out in the wilderness. While we all hope for the best and take the right precautions, sometimes hiking injuries occur despite our best made plans and intentions. Here are some of the most common injuries that hikers, campers and backpackers face, […]

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Tips for Sustainable Hammock Camping

Camping out in the woods can be a wonderful experience. Getting out in nature helps to rejuvenate the human spirit because there is something relaxing and restorative about being in a natural setting. Having said this, the reason that we have these wonderful places to camp is because there are enough people who care about […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Tent Care by Outdoors Voyager

All camping equipment needs the proper care and maintenance. Your tent is no exception. There are a few steps that you can take to ensure that your tent holds up under frequent use. Following these tips can help you to extend the life, performance and reliability of your camping tent. Care for Your Tent When […]

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Identify and Deal with Dangerous Insects – Camping Safety

When you’re enjoying activities such as hiking, backpacking or camping in the outdoors, there are some real dangers that you need to be aware of. While insects are annoying and troublesome, not all of them are just pests. Some are dangerous and can make your excursion miserable or worse. It’s important to be prepared before […]

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How To Avoid Heat Exhaustion

People who love to do outdoor activities in the summer may face the serious threat of heat exhaustion. Campers, hikers and backpackers are especially at risk when doing so in hot weather. You must be aware of the warning signs, how to avoid heat exhaustion, and what to do if it occurs.What is heat exhaustion?Heat […]

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Simple Tips To Make Hiking Less Tiring

Experienced hikers have learned how to make the trip an exciting and fun experience. Those who haven’t hiked much may have a lot to learn to get the most out of it. If you’re new to hiking, we have some great tips to help make hiking less tiring. It’s not much fun to walk all […]

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