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camping tents

What makes a quality tent good quality?

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PLBs

How PLBs work, PLBs vs EPIRBs, PLBs vs GPS devices, and more.

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Down jackets and insulated jackets for climbing and hiking. Differences and how to choose.

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Without compromising on comfort.

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Summer Day Hikes in Victoria

24/01/2018 3:53 pm

Day hikes in Victoria we want to do this summer.

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Exped sleeping mats

DownMat, SynMat, SIM Comfort and ultralight sleeping mats.

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Snow Camping Tips

2/08/2017 11:23 am

Snow camping in Australia

Here's advice for snow camping in Australia.

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Anatom hiking shoes

Tested in the wilds of Scotland.

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Women's outdoor gear

How women's outdoor gear differs from men's

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winter bushwalking

Planning a multiday hike in the colder months

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Mont Backcountry Hiking Pack

Field-testing the Mont Backcountry 80L rucksack in South-West Tasmania.

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Carabiners

Choosing a camping stove, you need to ask the right questions. Here they are.

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Why do you need gaiters?

16/05/2016 11:42 am

Traversing a typical Tasmanian bog.

A question often asked in our store is: What about gaiters, do I really need them? I was pondering this last December while hiking along Tasmania’s South Coast Track. The weather was mild and fine but had been wet the week before we arrived. Did we need gaiters? Well, look at the picture....

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Cairn in the Alpine National Park

In early February I headed up to the Bogong High Plains for five days of solo walking. My aim was to test out my new tent and sleeping bag, however – and I’m not complaining – I was greeted with near perfect weather, with barely a breath of wind nor a single drop of rain.

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Great Ocean Walk

17/03/2016 4:15 pm

Beginning of the Great Ocean Walk

Early in February, I undertook the famous Great Ocean Walk; an 8 day walk along Victoria’s spectacular coastline from Apollo Bay to the Twelve Apostles. I thought it would be a good solo mission, as the track is extremely well defined, the signage is awesome, and there is road access to many of the campsites (just in case things went wrong!)

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7 year old Callum in the Zillertal Alps.

Earlier this year Stephen hiked the the Austrian Alps with his wife, Sam, and son, Callum. Sam shares some her thoughts and experiences with us.

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Taulliraju from our campsite.

The Cordillera Blanca is the highest tropical mountain range in the world and contains Peru’s highest mountains. Bogong owner Neil Blundy recently spent several weeks trekking through this impressive mountain range.

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Using the Internet to Get Outdoors

Melbourne Young Hikers is a new hiking group for young people – utilising an exciting online platform and engaging with different groups to get outdoors.

By Richard Cranston

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Many Australians attempt the Kokoda track for adventure, for trekking in the mountains and because it is a challenge. But as Jim Drapes from Backtrack Adventures explains, many people do Kokoda to immerse themselves in the remarkable military history it offers.

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