The Big Agnes Copper Spur HV UL3 is a lightweight three person tent that’s perfect for camping and backpacking. With a packaged weight of 3lbs 14oz, this is one of the lightest freestanding three person tents on the market. In this review I will detail my experience with the HV UL3 alongside an overview of the tent’s specs and performance.
The north of Iceland is far less renowned than the south, but has been gaining in popularity as tourists discover it’s riches. In this guide you’ll see volcanos, lava fields, waterfalls, hot springs, turf houses, and more. I will also provide a map, photographs, and a detailed trip write up if you’re planning to explore North Iceland on your visit.
The hike to Potato Mountain via Every Canyon Trail is one of my favorites for quick local outings. At 4.4 miles with 1165ft of climbing, it’s a great way to train for more demanding hikes and backpacking trips. Gaining all 1165 in one mile, this route is a real leg burner!
To begin this hike, you will need to start by hiking from Hualapai Hilltop to Supai Village. You can also take a helicopter or hire a horse. This stretch of trail is one of the most beautiful you’re ever likely to lay eyes on. Below you will find directions, key points, a hiking map, and a hike description with photos.
Havasupai Falls is a paradise of turquoise colored streams and falls nestled away in the western portion of Arizona’s Grand Canyon. I just returned from a backpacking trip to Havasupai Falls and am excited to share 20 photos that will make you want to add this trip to your bucket list!
The abandoned ruin of Bighorn Mine sits just shy of 7000ft on the east facing slope of Mt. Baden Powell. Big Horn Mine has miles of tunnels spanning six levels, and was capitalized for $2,000,000 in 1895. In this guide, you’ll find all the information you need to hike to Bighorn Mine.