Feeling scenic on the Appalachian Trail. The Shenandoah Valley, Virginia.
Sleeping Bag purchasing tips from Backpacker Magazine. Then check out these Sleeping Bags!
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For those who enjoy bringing your dog on the trail - hiking, camping, backpacking - consider bringing a dog sleeping bag for you pooch if you are cold weather camping or backpacking through a region that is known for its cold climate.
Believe it or not, even though dogs have fur, most dogs breed are not equipped to rough-it in cold weather. Even breeds such as malamutes and huskies can benefit from a dog sleeping bag and prevent frostbite, etc. Most of you have seen my posts on gear for dogs from www.ruffwear.com/dog_coats (they offer coats for all weather and offer a selection of beds, etc.), but check out these sleeping bags that are designed for dogs:
1.http://www.outdoordog.co.uk/Camping_equipment.html 2.http://campingbags.blog.com/coleman-hibernation-dog-sleeping-bag-medium/ 3.http://www.backcountry.com/sierra-designs-big-dog-sleeping-bag-boys-20-degree-synthetic.
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Weighing in at 3 lb 2 oz, the Clark North American Jungle Hammock is a versatile 4-season hammock that can be used whether you are expecting heavy snow or tropical conditions.
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BEAR SAFETY TIPS
For day-hikes, camping trips, backcountry camping, backpacking, extended hikes, etc.
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10 of the best places to hike in the United States
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