Are you a commuter, student, or hiker that could use a dependable daypack? Look no further than the Granite Rocx Tahoe! The Tahoe is a casual 35-liter pack that combines simplicity of design with fantastic functionality. It is the only … Continue reading
There are lots of ways to get out in the backcountry and enjoy some solitude these days. For one, you can simply fill up your backpack and head in on foot, like we do. This is probably the cheapest way, … Continue reading
Just in time for Spring, we’re excited to announce the Tripleblaze Trail Challenge, a fun way for hikers and backpackers to track the trails they hike! Check in at the trail each time you hike and earn digital badges while … Continue reading
Tired of being stuck inside because your favorite trails are still covered in a blanket of snow? Hit the trail with Tubbs Xpedition Snowshoe! Specs Designed for backcountry use, the Xpedition is loaded with features that will get you where … Continue reading
We’re excited to announce a new Tripleblaze feature today called Tracker. Tracker allows you to sync GPS apps (like Strava) to your Tripleblaze account to log, record, and track your hikes. Why should I log my hikes? For starters, logging … Continue reading
Just because the meteorologist called for a few inches of snow does not mean you have to abandon your backcountry weekend plans. During a recent winter snowstorm that sent the balmy South into a deep freeze we hit the trail … Continue reading
With so many hiking trails out there (at last count, Tripleblaze lists more than 8,500–and we know there are many we don’t have yet!), it can be difficult, if not impossible, to decide where to hike. Well, the Tripleblaze Blog Team … Continue reading
Looking for an affordable addition to your backcountry gear? The Ledge Sports Scorpion 2 may provide some unexpected benefits for you at a low price! The Scorpion 2 is an “ultralight” tent produced by Ledge Sports that currently retails for … Continue reading
Pick your poison: Pacific Crest Trail or Appalachian Trail? Regardless of whether you’re east or west of the Mississippi, if you love to hike, the famous beauty of each of these daunting trails is impossible to ignore. Both granted National … Continue reading
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“The average American household has more televisions (2.73) than people (2.55) and has it on over 8 hours a day.” (Minnesota Department of Health) Hours per year the average American youth spends in school 900 hours Hours per year … Continue reading
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Brief Biography: “I grew up in Brooklyn, Mississippi. I began my career at Black Creek Canoe Rental as an employee driving canoers and hikers along Black Creek when I was in high school. I continued to help them with this … Continue reading
Life around camp can’t get any better than lounging around in the Bear Grylls Hammock with hanging kit. This hammock is a must-have piece of camp furniture for anyone who wants a slice of paradise, no matter where you set … Continue reading
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The Black Creek Trail is a scenic hiking trail that winds through the Desoto National Forest and the Black Creek Wilderness area in southern Mississippi. Named after Mississippi’s only scenic riverway, the Black Creek Trail runs close to the Black … Continue reading
The beautiful views, aromas, and sensations that one gets while standing on the shore of Lake Michigan can really take you to a different world. This is the place I call home, and always will no matter where I’m currently … Continue reading
I love trees. To me, they are wise, old friends who stand tall, shading the ground below and digging their roots deep to get a firm grasp on the earth. Watching leaves age from tiny buds in the spring to … Continue reading
It was mid Saturday morning when we reached the trailhead at the southern terminus of the Florida Trail. My brother and I had been planning this trip for a few months, and I was excited to be back on the … Continue reading