Hi, I'm Mary Beth (Mouse). I'm a Freelance Writer who specializes in personal narratives, gear reviews and adventure stories. I thru-hiked the Appalachian Trail in 2015, part of the Annapurna Circuit in 2016, and the Colorado Trail in 2017. I am now destined to life as a trail urchin.
Bedrock is on the forefront of something spectacular with the development of the Cairn 3Ds. These new sandals are going to be available for sale
The Sea to Summit Reactor Thermolite Sleeping Bag Liner MSRP: $57.95 Weight: 9 ounces The difference: Adds about 14 degrees. Better
After 2,000 miles of sleeping on my clothes bag on the Appalachian Trail, I decided to get a can be washed. You can inflate it and deflate it really
Kahtoola MICROspikes Traction System MSRP: $69.95 Weight: 11 ounces Material: Stainless
Sawyer's dedication to providing clean water offers solutions to not just backpackers, but also anyone who's regularly exposed to pollutants. These filters could make the difference between an idyllic expedition and contracting a flesh eating virus from your water source.
When an unexpected turn in the weather brought white out conditions on the PCT, hikers Flip and Rook dug through two feet of snow and waited out the storm.
Dan "Knotts" Binde claims to have set the self-supported AT speed record on July 19th. After his SPOT device broke on him, he struggled to confirm
We have the opportunity to show an audience a trail that has no bounds. Everything is higher risk here. But we don’t want to just show this trail. And that’s something people will see in the movie. My goal is to show people that there’s a whole world out there. And what happens after you hike 8000 miles? Do you just stop or keep going?
May 26th 2017- July 19th 2017 (53:22:57) On July 19th, Dan “Knotts” Binde allegedly set a new self-supported speed record on the Appalachian Trail