The decision of undertaking a Thru Hike isn’t something that happens overnight. It is usually a long thought out process that takes into account many aspects of life. Uprooting your life for 4 to 6 months is by no means an easy task. Plenty of people get stuck in this
Ah, time to review a necessity for all but the riskiest ultralight backpackers. Over the years, water filters are one of the things that changed a lot but they have plateaued in recent years. No longer are the days of heavy pump filters with expensive and difficult to use filters.
A staple of extreme ultralight backpackers is not carrying a pillow at all. Using your extra clothes instead may work well for some. Others of us are willing to add a few ounces for the comforts of a pillow. If you have been looking at the Aeros Ultralight then you
UPDATED RECOMMENDATION FOR 2019! Look online these days for a battery bank and you are overwhelmed by a ton of different brands, sizes, characteristics, and everything else you can imagine. You are headed backpacking so you decide to try to narrow it down to battery banks for backpacking and
Over the course of the last year I have put a lot of miles on shoes, trail runners in particular. This review will be of the shoe that I wore the most. Logging over 1000 miles in two pairs of the Superior 3.0 trail runners. They are offered by Altra
Here at Ultralight Advantage we wanted to make an introductory post in case you are new to Ultralight backpacking. We know most of the readers here already have a lot of experience but we just wanted to go over the basics for someone entering the world of Ultralight Backpacking. This
I will be sharing my experiences with the Tarptent Motrail which I used on my 2017 Appalachian Thru Hike. I carried the MoTrail from Georgia to Maine. This will be my primary backpacking tent into the future. The Motrail is the two person version of the Protrail. You can find the