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No more rummaging through your food bag trying to find something to snack on or what to have for dinner. With these techniques you can stay calm and organised while saving space and time.

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It was such a beautiful winters day that I decided to jump in the car and take my little pooch on an adventure. The Merricks – Red Hill Rail Trail is an easy 14 km Grade 3 hike where you pass thru the peaceful rural areas of the Mornington Peninsula. Starting from Merricks General Store, you can park the car, pick up a coffee from the Art Gallery Verandah Café and head off toward the Equestrian Centre to find the start of the trail.

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Always wanted to get out during winter but worried about being too cold or not having the right gear? With these 6 Tips for Winter Backpacking you might change your mind!

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We have just launched our new Ultralight Hiker YouTube Channel. Posting various hikes, gear reviews, how to videos. Check out our latest vlog and join us on our adventures.

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When you read about the benefits of using titanium cookware whilst hiking and backpacking your won't want to use anything else. For the health conscious it's a must.

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A 3 day circuit hiking the South Eastern Circuit of Wilson's Prom National Park. From Telegraph Saddle heading south via Sealers Cove, Refuge Cove, Little Waterloo Bay, Little Oberon Bay, Tidal River.
We started out on Dec 7th - it was 38c when we hopped out of the car and began .....Arrrrhhh it was a hard slog in that heat but it was so stunning. Check out the trip Vlog.

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Preparing for a 3 day canoe trip is not unlike planning for a multi day hike, except you get to bring along a few extra luxuries without having to worry about your pack weight.

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A freezing night on the Beeripmo Walk. The coldest April night in 17 years. Here's our trip report of a Grade 4 hiking trail in Victoria. Richards to beeripmo campground and back overnight hike.

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