April 23, 2019

Campworthy: French Toast with a Twist

French Toast Recipe

Recipe: French Toast with a Twist Submitted by: Rob Hometown: Rochester, NY What do you love about this recipe?: When I was a kid, my mom made French toast every Sunday morning. I loved waking up to the smell of cinnamon and syrup. I never would have thought you could make it without eggs, but […]

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April 22, 2019

Proficient in Parks

Two girls hold up Junior Ranger badges they collected

When Christine Lindström and her family of five hit the road in 2016 to prioritize a full-time RV lifestyle, she  planned to homeschool her three kids. The family would spend a lot of time in national parks, so Lindström expected to work the parks into her curriculum. But she was surprised to discover how comprehensive […]

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April 18, 2019

Camp Recipe: One Pot Taco Skillet

Taco Skillet

This quick and easy taco skillet is a true one-pot wonder. Just be sure you pack your cast iron skillet and you can be having a taco party in the woods the next time you go camping. What is great about making this recipe is how all the flavors start to layer on top of […]

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April 17, 2019

4 Ways To Progress As A Climber

A climber talks to another climber while motioning to curved holds on a rock face.

If you’re excited to learn and progress as a rock climber, the first thing you might look for is a mentor. But finding a more experienced climber willing to take you under their wing might not be easy. As more people start climbing, the ratio of beginner climbers to experienced climbers grows, stretching the group […]

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April 16, 2019

Campworthy: BBQ Mushroom Sandwich Recipe

Recipe: Vegetarian BBQ Mushroom Sandwich Submitted by: Abby Hometown: Pasadena, TX What do you love about this recipe?: My boyfriend and I love this recipe for its taste and versatility. You can easily replace the kale with cabbage or other ingredients, and you can mix up the mushroom variety depending on your budget. The ingredients […]

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April 12, 2019

Camp Recipe: Turmeric Breakfast Scramble

Tofu Scramble Plated

This vegan tofu scramble is a great way to enjoy a protein-packed breakfast. It pairs turmeric seasoned tofu with a savory potato, mushroom, spinach hash. Tofu travels great in a cooler if you repackage it into your own resealable container. This way you only bring just what you need for your trip (probably not the […]

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April 10, 2019

The Best Camping Lanterns of 2019

A woman carrying a camp lantern on the beach right after sunset

Camping lanterns have been used to light up the night for centuries. Originally made to enclose a candle flame, lanterns have evolved to be powered by gas, batteries, USB ports and solar panels. Whether you are looking to illuminate a dark campsite near your car or deep in the backcountry, lanterns offer a reliable light […]

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April 5, 2019

How to Measure How Much Fuel is Left in a Canister

Person holds scale with a fuel canister dangling in front of a peaceful river.

Stoves that run on canisters are very popular, and for good reasons. They’re lightweight, easy to ignite and quick to boil water. But you may have noticed that it’s not easy to keep track of how much fuel is left in a partially used canister. In this article we’ll discuss two ways you can figure out how […]

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April 3, 2019

Backpacking Recipe: Hummus Bowl

Backpacking Lunch - Hummus

Serious thru-hikers know lunch on the trail isn’t exactly a full blown meal. More like a momentary pause to eat something before moving on. In many ways, it’s similar to stopping your car for gas: the primary goal is to refuel. So the last thing you want to do is pull out your entire kitchen […]

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