Just because you want to spend some quality time enjoying the outdoors doesn't mean you should sacrifice a good night's sleep too. With the proper gear and preparation, you can have a sound sleep while sleeping under the stars, no problem! Here's everything you need to sleep comfortably in the outdoors.
Chances are you’re aware of the different types of camping. If you're not, listen up, because if someone asks you to go camping you’re going to want to know what you’re getting yourself into. From developed frontcountry campgrounds to carved out backcountry campsites, we’ve camped them all and we’re here to clear things up.
Neighborhood stroll not cutting it? Expand your family’s horizons with a hike! There’s nothing better than fresh air with the fam, so get ready for the great outdoors Hiking and camping with little ones requires a bit more prep than going solo or with other adults but follow these tips, and you’ll be on the trails in no time.
It’s every backcountry camper’s nightmare - waking up to a huge bear or critter getting into your food or tent! No need to constantly lie awake at night wondering when they are going to strike if you properly critter-proof your campsite! Here’s Pike To Peak’s guide on keeping pests away so you can peacefully enjoy your time in the great outdoors.
Bears are incredible creatures that are exciting to see, but they are also incredibly dangerous and should only be observed from a safe distance. These gorgeous and powerful beasts are unpredictable and territorial, so before you end up in an area inhabited by black bears, grizzlies, or both, you need to step up your backcountry survival skills a notch.