Brothers Carson and Austin Bowlin drove from Seattle to Chile, climbing, skiing and surfing along the way.
Nat. Geo. Adventurer Mike Libecki battles rain and jungle chaos to pioneer this first ascent on the Marquesas Islands, north of Tahiti.
Join explorer and photographer Eric Hanson as he treks through the Cordillera Blancas of Peru, the epicenter for South American adventure.
The Avellano Range in Patagonia is still wild and raw, far from the development and climbers of the popular tourist town Chalten.
In part two of this series, we’re looking at the pros and cons of UV light, chemicals, combination treatments and boiling.
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Each summer, this MSR tent endures 3 months of hard use in one of the best proving grounds for tent design and durability.
In our quest to conquer Te Araroa, New Zealand’s 3,000km tramping trail that runs the length of both islands, one last challenge lies between us and the end of the North Island: the Tararua Ranges. The first real mountains on Te Araroa, the Tararuas are fabled to be one of the toughest hikes yet. From steep climbs and descents to hazardous weather blowing in from the Antarctic, we are in for a real challenge, whether we’re ready for it or not. By now, my dad and I have been on the trail for nearly two months and have already conquered some challenging terrain: steep and muddy rain forests, rocky volcanic scree, and the concrete jungle of Auckland. Though the Bluff, the end of the trail, is still over 1,300 km…
MSR has been making tents since 1973 when the MSR Mountain Tent debuted as a rugged mountaineering shelter able to withstand any abuse the alpine inflicted. Though our tents have evolved since then, our design principles have not. As a shelter, a tent is a very personal thing. And many people, from hardcore climbers to weekend warriors, feel a particular attachment to their wilderness home-away-from-home. We asked several employees around the office which tent, old or new, they rely on for everything from kayak tours to extended backpacking trips. Diane Levy, lead of Customer Service, Warranty & Repairs: Superfusion 3 My favorite MSR tent is the Superfusion 3, which was made from 2005-2007. It was the last phase in the evolution of a model that began as the Moss Deltoid. It’s a versatile…