Take a Hike

Here are a few of our favorite things to get you ready for your next big outside adventure.

By Lauren Bell - May 2016

Take a Hike

Here are a few of our favorite things to get you ready for your next big outside adventure.

By Lauren Bell - May 2016


-Photography by David Colwell

1. Izola One For All/All For One pocket knife ($21) at Trohv. 2. Yellow, vintage, made-in-the-USA bandanna ($10) at Hunting Ground. Dyer and Jenkins Shelter Spray ($22) at Trohv. 3. Now Designs Adventure Awaits thermos ($28) at Trohv. 4. Pocket Guide to Animals/Tracks with Andy Diamond ($12.95) at REI. 5. REI Backpacker Weekend first-aid kit ($24.50) at REI. 6. Patagonia Arbor Pack 26L backpack ($99) at REI. 7. Now Designs Adventure Awaits pencil tin ($18) at Becket Hitch. 8. Kind bar ($1.99) at Whole Foods Market. 9. Chronicle Books Thoreau cards ($14.95) at Trohv. 10. Brainstorm Appalachian Trail print ($47) at Trohv. 11. Sunnylife Classic LED lantern ($30) at Becket Hitch. 12. Nikon Nikkormat 35mm camera ($125) at Charlotte Elliott.





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