Couple Hiking? – gear ideas for starting off on the right foot together

Tweet Michelle Waitzman is the author of Sex in a Tent: A Wild Couple’s Guide to Getting Naughty in Nature. It’s a fun and sexy, but also practical guide for couples who like to explore the wilderness together. She also has an outdoors blog called Love in a Tent, which she writes from her home […]

Gas bottles or fuel for Tasmanian hikes? One option

Tweet Ok, picture the scenario. Sue needs gas bottles for her Overland Track hike. We know that fuel or gas cylinders cannot be taken into Tasmania by plane or on the Spirit of Tasmania. You must purchase your hiking fuel supplies in Tasmania. Gas bottles (we use a Pocket Rocket) are usually available at the […]

The Overland Track Tasmania solo? – Sue heads off, in a party of one

Tweet Thinking of doing the Overland Track alone? Sue leaves for Tasmania tomorrow to walk the Overland Track on her first solo adventure. It has been a nerve wrecking build up for her but should be successful due to one factor – planning. In January, Sue announced she was thinking about doing the Overland Track […]

Injinji socks and toe blisters – an independant review

Tweet Injinji tetrasoks. Are the claims that toe blisters and other foot problems can be reduced by wearing them accurate? We have sourced some independant information. Yesterday we received our samples of Injinji Outdoor Series tetrasok’s as part of a deal to advertise on Our Hiking Blog. In fact, if you order them via the […]