Whether you’re hiking the trails of the Grand Canyon, Yellowstone, or Crater Lake, you need to keep hydrated. Parks Project’s insulated stainless steel water bottle will quench your thirst, while tracking your travels. The 32oz. bottle lists U.S. National Parks and provides spots for you to check them off your bucket lists with a Sharpie.
Lighten up with Cascade Mountain Tech’s carbon fiber trekking poles. They weigh just 5.6 ounces each – 30% less than standard poles. Their sturdy shafts have a quick-lock mechanism for easy height adjustment and collapse into an easily portable 30” – or 26.4” disassembled. Includes four sets of tips for four seasons of use.
Wherever your travels might take you, these Field Notes journals are great for documenting your journey. The special Summer 2021 quarterly edition is done up in a forest green linen accented with orange foil and orange staples. Each book features one of America’s “Big Three” hiking trails on its back. Sold in a 3-pack.
YouTuber Arjen Hartsuiker has a love for building with LEGO, but he’s also into mountaineering. So he decided to combine his two passions, by taking a 7-hour climb in the Italian Alps to an altitude of about 8300 feet, where he set up a LEGO train set with one of the most epic views ever seen by its minifig passengers.