Hiking

Appalachian Trail Gear Review

Appalachian Trail Gear Review

This is my Lightweight Appalachian Trail Gear review. Thru Hiking is incredibly demanding on both the hiker and equipment. A hiker using good, lightweight equipment has a better chance of finishing a hike than ...

Appalachian Trail Gear List

This is my complete Appalachian Trail Gear List. Most of this gear is not new and has withstood 1000s of miles of hiking and cycle touring. A lot of this gear is still with me after hiking the Pacific Crest Tra...

Hiking the Appalachian Trail Blog

The complete Appalachian Trail Blog. Starting on 16th April I be hiked the Appalachian Trail. This 2190 mile trail will be the 3rd of the long distance hiking trails that I attempted. In 2015 I hiked the Pacifi...
3 years travel

3 Years Traveling

3 Years Traveling Today marks the end of  3 years traveling and the start of my 4th year on the road. What started as a one year sabbatical from my job as a Police Officer to cycle and hike around Tasmania and...
Lightweight Hiking Gear List

Lightweight Hiking Gear List

This is my complete Lightweight Hiking Gear list. This gear list enables me to hike almost anywhere in the world in anything but the most extreme of weather. In the last 3 years I have hiked over 9000km and fee...
Climbing La malinche

Climbing La Malinche Volcano in Mexico

Just outside the thriving Mexican metropolis of Puebla in Mexico, there are a ring volcanoes waiting to be climbed.  After careful consideration I decided that I would be climbing La Malinche with my bicycle. A...
Hiking the Continental Divide Trail

Hiking the Continental Divide Trail

Hiking the Continental Divide Trail and Blogging Hiking the Continental Divide Trail in 2016 would rate as one of the toughest thing I have ever done in my life. I documented my hike as a daily journal. Every...

CDT Gear Review

CDT Gear Review A complete CDT gear review for my 2016 Thru Hike of the Continental Divide Trail. My base weight was around 6kg (13lb), but this depended on where I was hiking. When hiking in the snows of Co...

CDT Day 70 It’s time for a rest

26th June 29.3 miles Cataract Creek (1026.1)  to Hwy 9 (1055.4) I was first on trail in the morning. I felt great and was actually hungry at breakfast for the first time in many days. Yesterday was just...

CDT Day 69 From great to average

25th June 22.8 miles Busk Creek (1003.3) to Cataract Creek (1026.1) Nobody was in a hurry to leave camp. We stayed up way past hiker midnight (9pm) last night. By the time I finished writing up my daily blog...

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