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Uinta and Wasatch mountains

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Hiking & Camping

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Being in the back country miles in and having the solitude is the whole reason I go back there. The endless beauty is relaxing.

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kevinjen84888759 wrote a review of on May 18, 2009

5 5

I have a pocket rocket and the stove gets top heavy when you are boling water. This little base adds stability to the boiling pot. It makes so it doesn't feel like it is going to tip over. A definite must for anyone with a pocket rocket stove or a stove like it.

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kevinjen84888759 wrote a review of on May 18, 2009

4 5

Bought these boots over the winter. Had a chance to use them in Arches National Park for the first time. Didn't get any blisters from the new boots. Used them again a couple weeks ago in the Stansbury range west of Salt Lake, conditions were really muddy. Feet stayed warm and dry, sprayed them off when I got home. I like these boots better than the Merrells I had the last couple of years, it feels like there is more support.

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kevinjen84888759 wrote a review of on March 9, 2009

5 5

Bought this tent last summer, first time out I used it up in the Uintas in early July. Plenty of space. It rained a little and we stayed dry. The next time I used the tent was Valentines Day weekend this year. We were in Canyonlands National Park in the Island in the Sky District. It got down to about 20 degrees, it got a little cold in the tent, but then again this tent is not meant for that temperature. Frost formed inside the tent, but still it was pretty comfortable inside. The last time I used it was a week ago in Arches National Park, stayed nice and warm, it blocked the wind nicely. Haven't had any problems with it and I plan on using it for a week long hike in September in the Wind River Mountains.

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