Gerber Sport Axe II Review

Next Adventure staffer Andrew has been chopping up logs with the Gerber Sport Axe II and raves about the ease of use, blade, and handle. If you're the recreational fire enthusiast, this is the tool for you. Read more for the full review!

Goal Zero Rock Out Speaker Review

Next Adventure staffer Andrew has been rocking out with the Goal Zero Rock Out Speakers over the past year and finds them to be a perfect complement to campfires. The Rock Out Speakers are a great, durable device that protects your phone while it plays. Read more for the full review!

Camp Chef Rainier Review

Next Adventure staffer Andrew has been firing up tasty meals on the Camp Chef Rainier Stove/Griddle combo lately and raves about this camp stove. Whether you're cooking up brats at the skatepark or taking a weekend trip to the campground, the Rainier is the perfect companion. Read more for the full review and don't forget to kiss the cook!

Trip Report: Paddling The Grand Canyon

Next Adventure staffer recently paddled the Grand Canyon with a few others and lived to tell the tale! Even after they lost both maps! Many dream of paddling the famous Colorado River as it winds through the Grand Canyon, but Patrick made it a reality this past January. Read more for the full report!

Salomon Quest 4D GTX Hiking Boot Review

I bought the Salomon Quest for demanding use on abusive terrain, and it has surpassed all my expectations. It is light and flexible enough to allow for natural foot movement, but gives enough support and protection for steep, rocky, or wet hikes and backpacking trips. Read more for the full review!

Trip Report: Table Rock Wilderness

There is a hidden gem of Wilderness less than 50 miles from Portland that most folk don't know about.  The Table Rock Wilderness has some of the best mountain views around, with snowy peaks visible from central Washington to southern Oregon.  Check out Greg's Valentine adventure there.

Sea To Summit Coolmax Adapter Liner Review

Keep your sleeping bag from feeling swampy in humid conditions. The Adaptor liner, as its name suggests, adapts to varied temperatures and humidity because it's made of Coolmax, a proven moisture management fabric. Staffer Johnny recently took the Sea To Summit Coolmax Adapter on his Thailand trip and found it extremely useful, so read more for the full review.

TRIP REPORT: Eagle Creek Trail Backpack

What to do when there's no snow on the mountain?  Take advantage of the warm weather, take a hike, and go camping in the Columbia River Gorge like Next Adventure Outdoor School guide Greg did.


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