Ultralight camping

Experience the freedom of ultralight camping with our top gear recommendations. Discover lightweight tents, sleeping bags, and more for your next outdoor adventure.
Tent Design, Outdoor Design, Outdoor Camping, Outdoor Gear, Tarp Shelters, Stitch Head, Survival Tent, Stealth Camping, Roof Box

Ultralight 2-person 3-Season 35oz Tent: The tent's design was inspired by a need for lightweight, 3 season, simple setup tent. It uses poles and guidelines for setup, has two vestibules and two doors. It is similar to Hillaberg "Anaris" or Zpack’s "Duplex" , or Gossamer “The Two”, …

Brittni Briggs
Lake Camping, Dog Camping, Women Camping, Winter Camping, Camping And Hiking, Ultralight Backpacking Food, Backpacking Checklist, Backpacking Travel, Camping Hacks

“There seems to be a miscommunication, that UL just means driving up miles but what it can mean is including so many more people.” JPD began our conversation talking about conceptions of UL as exclusive and elitist—we both had several stories of our gender and gender expression being an issue in the wider outdoor community.

emma joy!
Ultralight for Under $1,000 - The Trek Thru Hiking, Hiking Gear, Hiking Backpack, Hiking Trails, Ultralight Camping Gear, Survival Books, Appalachian Trail, Hiking Equipment, Mountaineering

To go ultralight or not, is that the question? Today, the debate seems over: why carry more when you can carry less and increase the enjoyment of your hike? Technology allows us to have lighter fabrics and materials, to bring more (food, books, music) while being lighter. Of course, if you’ve foraged around the internet, you know the basics: go lightweight but stay secure and comfortable. You are not a tourist going around in flip-flops on a snowy ridge! ...

ch lee
15 Best Ultralight Backpacking Tents [2021 Gear Guide] - Greenbelly Meals Kayak Camping, Camping Backpack, Outdoor Camping, Outdoor Gear, Camping Hammock, Ultralight Backpacking Tents, Backpacking Equipment, Backpacking Meals, Thru Hiking

Gear guide to the best ultralight backpacking tents. Ultralight 1 person, 2 person, nylon, cuben fiber, dyneema, freestanding and non-freestanding tents tested by Appalachian Trail and Pacific Crest Trail thru-hikers. Your backpacking tent is one of the biggest items in your pack and a big opportunity to save weight.

John Henton