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April 11, 2017

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What to know before you hike the Grand Canyon

 The Grand Canyon is one of the absolute preeminent destinations  for tourists from across the world. The canyon itself is  breathtaking given its sheer size and the enormity of the power  needed to form it. A trip like this truly shows any adventurer just  how awe inspiring and powerful nature can be.
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April 04, 2017

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Keep Your Campsite Organized and Comfortable

 Why the push for organization while you’re out roughing it? If  you treat your campsite with the same care as you treat your  home, you’ll find many of the comforts you enjoy in one location  can be found in the next! So how do you get to this goal? Check  out the ways we believe can make your camping experience  organized and hassle-free.

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February 08, 2017

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Camping is Simply Good for the Soul

camping simply good woman free trek ultra Camping has a way of simply bringing us back in time. It’s a chance  for us to remember that things didn’t used to be so complicated and  time wasn’t always moving so fast. Each chance we have to step into  the woods, even if for only a brief time, gives us the opportunity to  refocus on our lives and on the world around us.
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January 23, 2017

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National Parks-Time to think about a reservation for next year and how to make that reservation

national park deer mountain landscape trek ultra Is one of your New Year’s Resolutions to spend more time in the  great outdoors? Did you also tell yourself that this was the year  that you were going to start using that canoe every weekend?  Perhaps you have even gone so far as to make a commitment to  both yourself and your family that this year you are going to be  camping a whole lot more.

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November 22, 2016

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TrekUltra Holiday Gift Guide

christmas holiday camping pine tree lights trek ultra

 Are you looking for the perfect gift for the active camper or  backpacker  in your life but don’t know where to turn?  Has  the arrival of the 2016  holiday shopping season left you  scrambling to find the best holiday  gifts for the active  outdoorsman in your life?  If this sounds like you,  then  consider TrekUltra’s 2016 Holiday Gift Guide to be just  what you  need!

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November 09, 2016

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What You Should Be Doing After Getting Set Up


epic mountain top with sunset So there you are.  Your tent is up.  Your car is unpacked.   The chairs are  already sitting by the fire area and  marshmallow sticks have already been  chosen. So what’s  next?
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October 26, 2016

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The Basic Skills You Need to Get Started

mountain peak with hiker backpack sunset When it comes to getting by while  backpacking  or camping,  you pretty soon  realize that you are  putting yourself at a  disadvantage in comparison  to your everyday  life. Well...most  people fall into  this category.  There are a few of you out there  who excel at  skills related to wilderness survival.  
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October 12, 2016

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What Gear You Need

essential gears for camping trek ultra Are considering returning to the woods for the first  time since you were a kid or are currently  contemplating packing up the car for a long weekend  away with friends in the great outdoors.  If so, then  this is a post dedicated to all you first time campers  and those who haven’t been in years, though it may  be of value to the experienced backpacker alike.  

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September 28, 2016

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A Hearty Camping Breakfast Ready on the Go

 It is often said that breakfast is the most important meal of the  day and with good reason.  Some of the heartiest breakfasts  are ones high in calories and laden with meat, potatoes, and  eggs.  These are the types of breakfast people go to most  often to help prepare them with the needed calories for a long  day of work ahead. 
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September 14, 2016

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Comfy While Camping

 So as the weather is starting to turn from warm summer days to  chilly  autumn nights, you must remember that camping simply  doesn’t need  to  end.  Most campgrounds remain open long after  Labor Day and have  a  number of sites readily available for  impromptu trips to the great  outdoors. 

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