The tenets of good backcountry etiquette and wilderness preservation.
Clean, safe drinking water is a basic human need, yet one unmet by more than 700 million people worldwide. For entire communities living in low resource conditions, the danger of waterborne disease is a fact of daily life. In the spring of 2015, MSR Global Health, together with their partners, celebrated the launch of an affordable, easy-to-use and sustainable water treatment system that gives communities a reliable tool to create their own safe drinking water. Co-designed by MSR Global Health and PATH, a Seattle-based international nonprofit and global health innovation leader, the SE200 Community Chlorine Maker is a soup-can sized device that uses only salt, water and a power source (even a 12 volt car battery) to produce in five minutes enough chlorine to treat up to up to 55…
Following these easy steps can help make your tent last.
Each material has its key benefits. The next step is deciding which is right for you.
These dishes are ultralight, calorie-packed and fast and easy to prep after a long day on the trail.
Cheese can be the perfect backcountry trail snack or meal topper. The key is choosing the right kind to pack in.
We’re excited to announce the launch of MSR Global Health, a new division that harnesses MSR’s technical expertise to create lasting change in the world.
In a life-or-death backcountry situation, should you filter and drink your pee to stay alive?
Five months and 3,000 km on New Zealand’s striking Te Araroa Trail brings you to the end of the earth.