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This is the most comprehensive and rigorous text ever published on lightweight backpacking. Covering everything from basic skills to advanced techniques, Lightweight Backpacking & Camping also has the latest information about the best lightweight gear and apparel, including the manufacturers that make it and the retailers that carry it.
- Mountain Gear
You don't have to carry a heavy pack to have a good time. You don't have to have to compromise safety or comfort to carry a much lighter pack. This book will tell you how to lighten our load and go longer distances and have more fun because you are not carrying an overburdened pack. This book covers the gamut of lightweight backpacking and camping. It features well known lightweight advocates and their take on traveling light. Chapters include, footwear, backpacks, pack weight, navigation, clothing, sleep systems, shelter, hydration, food and much much more. Jam packed with info and helpful Appendices in the back of the book for easy reference. If you have dreams of being a lightweight long distance hiker this book will help make you realize your goal. This is not the 'Ray Way' but a better Way.Binding - PaperAuthor - Ryan Jordan - EditorPages - 434Publisher - Beartooth Mountain PressYear - 2006ISBN - 0974818828
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