Quechua by Decathlon Hiking Gears for Kids Review

Year 2012 when we started bringing Wyatt Maktrav to outdoors. That time, it's so hard to find appropriate hiking and camping gears for babies and kids. Both local and imported outdoor brands that are available

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A Child’s Milestone is Not a Race

Life is not a race. A child’s development is not a competition.Wyatt Maktrav is a late talker. When he was 2 years old, I was expecting him to say a few words but to no avail. 3 years old, 4 years old,

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Top 6 Baby Carrier Backpacks

Whether you’re awaiting the arrival of your newborn or have been trying to get back into an active hiking lifestyle with your 2-year-old, be rest assured that a good carrier will make life easier.

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The North Face Kaiju 4 Tent Review

Camping with more than two people can be a challenge. It can be difficult to find a tent that will accommodate everyone and their gear, without crowding everyone together. An ideal tent would be spacious,

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Top 20 Hiking Essentials You Shouldn’t Forget

Being outdoors and away from the comfort of home, you definitely need to consider what you need to pack before heading out. Everyone is going to recommend that you pack some hiking essentials when

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How to Choose the Right Backpack for You

While you plan your trip to the great outdoors looking at locations, weather and season details; picking a backpack is also anything but simple. The market has a wide range of backpacks, which make

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Mountain Hardwear Optic VUE 2.5 Tent Review

Two people camping together may have a difficult time finding a tent that is not too heavy, but also spacious enough for two and built out of solid materials. When backpacking or canoe camping, weight

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Top 10 Best Four-Season Tents

For most of us, nothing beats camping in the quiet winter landscape; if you think it’s going to be hard, don’t! It’s not as cold as you’d think, as long as you bed down in a four-season tent.

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How to Choose Proper Hiking Boots

Exploring the wilderness depends a lot on your footwear. Whether it is the Himalayas or the nearby park, your footwear can make or break your experience. These will help you in traversing challenging

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Organized Climbs versus DIY Climbs

Photo Credit: Francis Cayetano. This was taken before our Mt. Amuyao climb organized by Mansibang Outdoor Institute with the group of Rolandbench Garcia. Climbing mountains in the Philippines is becoming

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Kelty Granby 4 Tent Review

Camping with multiple people can be difficult, and it's important to factor in how many campers will be occupying your tent and how much space and privacy they will need. If your tent is too small,

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5 Best Cookset for Solo Backpacker

A lot of backpacking cookware comes with nested pots. If you’re going solo, your primary need would be to save space while bringing the comforts of home cooking to camp. Refueling after a long day

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Proper Layering of Clothes in Cold Mountain

To enjoy your outdoor trip to the fullest, you must be prepared to brace the weather. You might be tempted to just put on one bulky jacket to protect yourself from the elements and keep warm as opposed

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The North Face Homestead Roomy 2 Tent Review

When two people are camping together, it’s important that the tent have enough room to comfortably fit them both in addition to their gear. Most tents tend to be very conservative on the space aspect.

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Top 5 Budget Bivy Sacks for Minimalist Campers

Bivy sack is short for "bivouac sack." Also commonly known as a Bivy Bag. It serves climbers who want lightweight emergency weather protection for sleeping bags during multiple-day ascents. The idea

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Nature vs Gadgets: Why It’s Best to Bring Your Child to Outdoors

Kids love to play. But the question of the hour is where are you letting them play? Kickball. Soccer. Mudpies. Climbing Trees. This is what we grew up with, but children these days seem to have lost

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Mountain Hardwear Ghost UL 1 Tent Review

It can be hard to choose the perfect tent for a camping trip. There are so many different options that it can be overwhelming. The most important thing to keep in mind is what the purpose of your tent

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Top 5 Cookset for Big Groups

If you’re outdoors for a few days, you’ll definitely end of up cooking meals. For this you'll want some backpacking cookware so you can enjoy some hot meals. It’s not really a complex process

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Preparing for High Altitude Climbing: 5 Things You Should Know

Hiking at higher altitudes (6,000 feet -1,828 m) is more difficult than hiking at lower altitudes. This is because the air contains less oxygen at higher altitudes. Therefore you need to train

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Kelty Como 6 Tent Review

When camping with more than 2 people, it is important to purchase a tent that has ample space for each occupant and their gear. However, you don’t want to sacrifice the quality of the tent when upgrading

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Top 5 Lightweight Hiking Shoes for Men

Have you heard of the expression - being light on your feet ? This denotes grace and agility. The same stands true when you’re choosing your hiking shoes! Heavy shoes won’t let

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