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The Backcountry Forum is a place for like minded backpacking folks to discuss gear, trips, and more. Visit The Backcountry Forum.




Cascade Huts offers self-guided trips in the Mount Hood National Forest with overnight stays in their huts. Mountain bike in the summer or ski/snowshoe in the winter to the multiple huts. Visit Cascade Huts.



Disc-O-Bed™'s patented ready-to-go Disc-Bed system delivers a good night's sleep for the extremes of real life. Visit Disc-O-Bed™.



Grand Shelters offers the ICEBOX®, a packable snow shelter building tool. Visit Grand Shelters.



High Peak provides high quality camping, hiking and outdoor gear that is both rugged and stylish to fit today's campers and hikers. Visit High Peak.



After years of producing top of the line footwear, HMK has stepped into producing outerwear following the same standards of quality and innovation that the original Highmark boot encompassed. Now offering a full line of head to toe aggressive outdoor gear for all cold weather adrenaline enthusiasts HMK is proud to support and help develop the sports we love! Visit HMK.



Your local neighborhood gun shop, Loomis Firearms LLC prides itself in taking care of customers. They can get just about anything firearm related whether it be for backpacking or personal defense. Visit Loomis Firearms.




REI offers outdoor gear, clothing, and equipment for camping, hiking, skiing, and more. Visit REI.



Eds Wilderness Systems owner, Ed Bouffard, has been designing ski pulks since 1994. As his designs improved, he started selling to fellow winter campers. Visit EWS.



Snowshoe Magazine is all about snowshoeing including gear, trails, photos, and more. Visit Snowshoe Magazine.



Strapworks a family owned company in Eugene, Oregon (home of the University of Oregon Ducks rivals to my Oregon State Beavers), provides custom straps. Their moto, "Any Strap, Any Length, Any Color"® stands true. Visit Strapworks.



WinterCampers is exploding with information for those seeking the thrill and solitude of snow camping. There is a great guide to help you get started. Visit WinterCampers.