Travis Cunningham

Travis Cunningham

New Mexico, Alleghany Mountains, and The Appalacians

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Travis Cunningham's Passions

Backpacking
Camping
Hiking
Trail Running
Paddling
Sport Climbing
Bouldering

Travis Cunningham's Bio

I am from Northwestern, PA. I work in at the Philmont Scout Ranch in Cimarron, New Mexico where I lead two week backpacking trip in the lower Rocky Mountains. I also spend alot of time rock climbing and kayaking.

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Travis Cunningham

Travis Cunningham wrote a review of on October 1, 2012

5 5

Used this stove backpacking in New Mexico all summer with no complaints. It is at a decent wait and offers a large surface area to cook on. It also burns very hot and a lot faster than most stoves (especially at altitude).

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Travis Cunningham wrote a review of on October 1, 2012

5 5

If you are looking for a stove to get you started that is durable easy to work, this is it! My whisperlite was one of my very first pieces of backpacking equipment and has yet to let me down. They are just the right size for a large cooking pot, and they heat up and boil water fast. Not to mention they are pretty cheap to buy.

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Travis Cunningham wrote a review of on October 1, 2012

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I really have nothing bad to say about this water bottle. They are all but indestructible and are the perfect size. They are also great for water measurements when cooking in the back country along with just general drinking. I rarely leave home without it.

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Travis Cunningham wrote a review of on October 1, 2012

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have nothing bad to say about this pad. It is light, comfortable, and takes up very little space in my pack. I used it all summer backpacking in Northern New Mexico without any punctures or tears, (many of those nights were outside of a tent). It is easily rolled up to tale up less space in your pack and when inflated is extremely comfortable. I would highly recommend this to anyone.

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Travis Cunningham wrote a review of on September 30, 2012

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These are by far the best pair of pants that I currently own. I wear them pretty much all summer for work (building trail and backpacking) and they hold up great!. They incredibly comfortable and the fabric is very durable.The reinforced crotch and knees really do make a difference when digging in the dirt and rocks all day. They can be stiff at first, but after a few days of wear that will quickly go away. I would highly recommend these pants to anyone!

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Travis Cunningham wrote a review of on September 25, 2012

5 5

These are an excellent shoe to begin your climbing career in! Very comfortable and hardly noticeable when climbing. They stick well to the rock and smear wonderfully. Could use a little more of a curve in the heel for heel hooks, but that's it. Great show to start out in.

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Travis Cunningham wrote a review of on September 25, 2012

5 5

The chaco Z/1 is by far one of the best buys that I have ever made in my outdoor gear. They have incredible traction and the arch support is incredible. Since buying them I have worn them almost daily and they have yet to show any real wear. They are incredible for hiking as they feel just like having a boot on. The first couple times of wearing them they will rub a little but this quickly goes away. This is a product I would highly recommend to anyone.

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Travis Cunningham wrote an answer about on September 24, 2012

When I first bought the boot I found it to be a little tight, but after putting some miles on them they became much more comfortable. They also provide excellent ankle support when traveling through rocky and mountainous terrain.

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Travis Cunningham

Travis Cunningham wrote a review of on September 24, 2012

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Excellent boots! Wore these boots all summer backpacking and building trails in Northern New Mexico with no problems. Once broken in they are very comfortable and provide the perfect amount of support for serious backpacking trips. They also held up very well to work in which including swinging heavy tools and moving rocks while building trail. Word of advice, make sure they are well broken in (20-30 miles) before doing any serious backpacking or you will get blisters with them

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