Anne K. Baker
Gear geek and long distance trek enthusiast; occasional climber and paddler, aspiring mountaineer, avid runner and yogi. When I'm not adventuring, I'm a scientist and a therapist based in Salt Lake City, UT (the ultimate outdoor playground!), where I'm working on my PhD at the University of Utah.
After swapping sizes several times, recovering from a persistent stress fracture, and waiting for a burly Utah winter to abate, I have finally had a
When you select a sleep system for a camping trip, what factors do you consider? Probably the degree rating of the bag, the anticipated weather /
There are few things better than time spent enjoying the humbling magic of our precious earth, and we can all agree our time outdoors is made more
Spending time in nature is one of the best antidotes to Western society's fast-paced, consumer-driven world. Whether you're looking to spend a couple
You'll be hard pressed to trek too far on the Appalachian Trail or Pacific Crest Trail without running into someone using a Hyperlite Mountain Gear
I've been on the PCT for a solid chunk each summer the past two years. Kennedy Meadows to Sierra City (~500 miles) in 2016, Sierra City to Elk Lake