There are many options for cooking while on the trail. We chose the GSI Bugaboo Hiker mainly because of the price but also because it’s big enough to cook for 2 people at once. It’s also kind of neat the way it all packs into itself. And it’s the one my wife wanted…..when mama’s happy, I’m happy.
Careful and methodic planning of each meal to include breakfast lunch dinner and snacks throughout the day is essential for a happy hike that last more than 1 day. This video shows what we have found to be the best way to pack your vittles to save room and weight but no starve to death. Enjoy and comment. Don’t forget to subscribe. Happy Trails
When choosing a tent for backpacking, consider the possible weather conditions, the climate, how many people it sleeps and the weight of it. Find the lightest-weight tent suitable for your needs with helpful information from a backpacking and hiking guide in this free video on exploring the outdoors. Expert: Nicole Pyke Bio: Nicole Pyke is an experienced backpacking and hiking guide, leading primarily high school students on week-long backcountry trips. Filmmaker: Eli Pyke
When considering cooking on a camping trip, it’s important to remember that block ice is better than ice cubes, and that cooking over an open fire is best achieved through hot coals and not open flames. Learn about tinfoil as a great cooking tool on camping trips with help from a recreational kayaking instructor and outdoor adventurer in this free video on campfire cooking. Expert: Dr. T. Scott Cook Contact: www.weu.com/about_us.htm Bio: Dr. T. Scott Cook has a degrees in Recreational Leadership and Outdoor Adventure from Greenfield Community College and the University of Massachusetts. Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso
Before building a small camp, it’s important to find a nice, flat and comfortable spot that is high enough so that there is no risk of water coming to wash the camp away. Consider the impact a campsite may have on the nature of an area with help from a recreational kayaking instructor and outdoor adventurer in this free video on building a camp. Expert: Dr. T. Scott Cook Contact: www.weu.com/about_us.htm Bio: Dr. T. Scott Cook has a degrees in Recreational Leadership and Outdoor Adventure from Greenfield Community College and the University of Massachusetts. Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso
cooking a breakfast on an alcohol stove for backpacking.
Wildwood Park is a stunning nature preserve in Thousand Oaks, California. From Los Angeles, take Highway 101 North to the 23 North. Exit Avenida De Los Arboles. Go West on Arboles (Left) until the road ends. You will see the trailhead at the end of the road. Wildlife is abundant. I have scene rattle snakes, deer, coyote, hawks, owls and a bobcat in the area. It’s a fantastic day hike. The highlight is a 50 foot waterfall aptly named Paradise Falls. Hiking Thousand Oaks Hiking Thousand Oaks Paradise Falls Waterfall Paradise Falls Water Fall Hiking Ventura County Hiking Los Angeles Hiking Ventura County Hiking Los Angeles Paradise Falls waterfall waterfall waterfall wild life nature nature nature hiking hiking outdoors outdoors outoors Los Angeles Thousand Oaks Ventura County Southern California Southern California