Minimalistic Camping
28 Nov 2017

Weekend Checklist For The Minimalist Camper

Packing for a weekend camping trip can be tricky business. What to bring and what to leave behind? Do I really need that 3lb wool sweater that grandma knitted for me? How about that extra gas canister? Here at The Offroader Supply, we know your troubles all too well. Having

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26 Nov 2017

Brand Spotlight: Patagonia – Setting The Example for The Outdoor Industry

In a world where our leaders appear to be getting progressively more unconscientious, it is a source of great comfort to know that not all our planet’s major players are cut from the same cloth. In the high echelons of the planet’s multinationals and positions of power, thankfully, there remain

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21 Nov 2017

Seven of the Best Waterproof Jackets Under $200

Amongst the many potential banes of a hiker’s life (or at least their days on the trail), is the regret of setting off into the backcountry with leaky or underperforming waterproofs when we need them the most. They can, after all, spoil your day. Finding a balance between style and

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19 Nov 2017

Seven of the Most Beautiful Hiking Trails In The World

If you’ve grown tired of beating the same ole’ trails in your own neck of the woods and are looking for an epic adventure you’ll remember for a lifetime, then buckle up, because below we’ve put together seven of the most beautiful and renown hiking trails in the world. Perfect

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Trekking poles
09 Nov 2017

7 of The Best Technical Backpacks Under $250

Accumulating all the necessary kit for serious mountaineering adventures can be a costly business. With ice tools, crampons, cams, clothes, helmets, ropes and various other bits and bobs on the non-negotiable list, most of us find our chances of experiencing moderate poverty rising in tandem with our stash of gear.

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Reaching The Summit
02 Nov 2017

Conquering The Seven Summits

Back in the day, entry into the mountaineering hall of fame required ‘only’ a successful ascent of Everest, K2, or an unclimbed peak in Tian Shan. Since Hillary and Tenzing Norgay set foot on Everest’s summit in 1953, however, the bar for inclusion into the pantheon of alpine greats has

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navigation in the outdoors
18 Oct 2017

Trail Navigation 101 – How To Use A Map And A Compass

The advent of mobile navigation devices such as GPS and cell-phone applications has led to a fairly common disregard for the old-school, traditional use of map and compass. Like any electronic device, however, navigation devices have their drawbacks and limitations and are susceptible to a host of undesirable variables such

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happyoutdoorscover
16 Oct 2017

Five Scientifically Proven Benefits of Getting Outside

Most of us are intuitively aware that spending time in nature is good for us. We just feel better when we’re out there doing our thing, immersed in the beauty and calm of the natural world. Right? Well, what our instincts have always told us is now gaining the backing

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Camping in Italy
26 Sep 2017

Seven of the Most Beautiful Weekend Camping Destinations in Italy

Italy is known to its inhabits as ‘the beautiful country’ (la bel paese), and for good reason. While famed for its ancient monuments, delicious cuisine, stunning coastlines, colorful politicians and beautiful people, many are unaware that the la bel paese also possesses some of the most outrageously stunning camping spots

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Thru-hiking PCT
20 Sep 2017

Five Things I Wish I Had Left at Home Before Thru-Hiking the PCT

A wise person once said of backpacking, “the more you know, the less you need.” After two thru-hikes and decades of multi-day trips I’ve become more confident in choosing the gear that works for me, but I’ve made some poor choices along the way. It took a lot of experience

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