Gear editor Bjorn Dihle says this is the best cold-weather camp stove, no other stove has lasted longer or been more faithful.
The Cross-Admiralty Island Canoe Route is a 32-mile hike and paddle across lakes and trails from from Mole Harbor to Angoon.
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Bjorn Dihle shares tales from the good life bushwacking, beach walking, and packrafting on Kuiu Island in southeast Alaska.
Editor Susan Sommer shares the jacket, headlamp, gaiters and other hiking gear she takes with her when exploring Alaska trails.
Having the best packraft will open up possibilities for adventure.
Photo by Mauro Paillex / Unsplash. A renaissance mountain man, lifelong Alaskan Ed Shanley has stories stretching across the state. He’s humble, likeable, and a favorite human being to anyone who knows him. That said, pound for pound he’s likely the most versatile and accomplished guide in the north. He’s guided ice climbing, glacier trekking, wildlife viewing, hunting, fishing, and reality television productions. But far and away, Ed is most passionate about big mountains. He’s guided many of the world’s most extreme snowboarders and skiers in Alaska’s remote wilderness and brutal conditions. Based in Juneau, Ed guides helicopter skiing and ski mountaineering trips through his company, Alaska Powder Descents. When not in the mountains, Ed can be found around his cabin on the Taku River with his family enjoying the wilderness. He’s always happy to discuss wild places and trips at [email protected] Gear descriptions by Ed Shanley Garmin Inreach SE+ I rely both…
Patagonia’s Triolet Jacket is a breathable and waterproof jacket that held its own against the wind, snow, and rain of southeast Alaska.