Tag: ultralight hiking

Planning for Iceland part 2 – the gear

Ok, so the first part of this planning process was the actual trip, I find no new info here that is worth adding to the trip planning, (well except that this trip is now a […]

Planning for The Laugavegur trail iceland – part 1

In two weeks a friend and I will be heading out to Iceland to hike along the 75 kilometer Laugavegur trail. While the trail is not known for being overly difficult I will be planning to […]

Recipe: Peanut mush bar

I don’t think I will ever win points for my creativity in naming things.. peanut mush bar. It is what it sounds like. Mushed peanuts with dates. Simple and awesome – this recipe continues my […]

Ultralight pack list – coast 2 coast 2016

Well this sucks.. I have been planning and longing for my coast to coast hike for about 5 months only to be bed ridden with fever and all around feelin shit when the time came […]

Recipe: Dates and Cashews bar

What can I say? I love energy bars and as a start to this new section in Ultralight and Comfortable I will start with the worlds easiest and possibly one of the best energy bar […]

My love for manual labour… ..

It’s hard to deny the therapeutic value of manual labour.  Not brain dead labour, manual hard labour. I have always been a fairly “brain” driven person. Meaning I would rather pick up a book than […]

A long days hike along Sörmlandsleden

What was initially meant to be a nice walk in the woods split up with dinner by campfire and a cold beer, ended up being a 28kilometer walk and sore feet. My thought was that […]

Winner of Bushbuddy Ultra

Hi guys! As many of you know I have been running a contest here for a BushBuddy ultra woodgas stove. I’m a couple of days late, but it’s all good! A lot of people have […]

Ultralight and Comfortable: The book

Hi guys! Just want to make a quick post here with regards to my book Ultralight and comfortable – keep in mind this is a three season primer. Also, this is a work in constant […]

Daily pic: the duomid on water

I took this pic with my fuji x-t1 along my Southern Kingstrail adventure in late September. I had been hiking for around 13 hours at this point and just completely dead. On top of the […]