Polar explorer Eric Larsen shares his key strategies for building fun into every adventure.
Venture out this winter and explore these zones in a whole new way.
MSR athlete Eric Larsen took the Remote, one of the newest additions to our mountaineering tent collection, to the heart of Chamonix’s backcountry.
Polar Explorer Eric Larsen explains why he chooses one stove over another for each adventure.
Explorer Eric Larsen’s class on polar travel and winter survival will have you prepared.
An interview with Everest guide Ryan Waters, whose team survived the recent earthquake and avalanche tragedies in Nepal.
I’ve got a few basic philosophies when it comes to gear selection for any of my adventures. First and foremost, I look for equipment that is the perfect combination of strength, weight, reliability and repairability.
The crew from MSR sent me a quick note asking if I would share details from my recent reconnaissance trip to Patagonia. They were specifically wondering about my gear,
By Eric Larsen In the fall of 1994, I was living in a remote cabin in northern Minnesota and working odd jobs. I stopped in a local lodge looking for work and was hired as a dog musher on the spot. At the time, I had never even seen a sled dog let alone driven an entire team of them. I dropped everything I was doing, drove 10 hours back to my parent’s home and grabbed as many base layers as I could find. For good measure, I rented the Disney movie Iron Will to glean a few pointers before my job started.