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Published on January 21st, 2014 | by Pat

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We’re (Briefly) Heading Off Trail

Even though it’s generally not a great idea to venture off the trail, every once in a while it’s unavoidable. The Trekalong crew is taking a short — and we mean short — sojourn.

First, we’re tagging along with our buds at Wilderness Press and Menasha Ridge Press as they venture to Outdoor Retailer Winter Market 2014. Really pumped for this! You know there will be tweets.

THEN… we’ll be sticking with Wilderness and Menasha a bit longer, as they launch a few of their super exciting new hiking guides. We’re talking Arizona National Scenic Trail and Zion National Park exciting.

We’ll be back soon, and until then, here are some of our favorite posts from the past few months:

 

Bryce Canyon National Park: Good Things Come in Small Packages

1700 Miles on PCT in 3 Under Minutes

Why the Arizona National Scenic Trail Belongs on Your Hiking Bucket List

You’ll Want This Ultralight Camping Grill for Your Next Campout

No Fire Pit? No Problem: The One-Log Fire

11-Yr-Old Sleeps 365 Straight Nights in Tent

The Last Sleeping Bag You’ll Ever Need

Tentsile Tree Tents Mimic “Spider Web Technology”

The Only Camp Stove You’ll Ever Need You Probably Already Own

 

Photo: Lookout Mountain, Cascade River State Park, Minnesota (cred: Pete Nelson)

 

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About the Author

is happiest when he's on the move, whether by foot, pedal, or some other form of alternative transportation. Hiking, biking, camping, and rock climbing demand his outdoor attention at all times. Now, as editor and contributor to Trekalong.com, they demand his indoor attention, as well.



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