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  • Awful Dome holds benefit for Kayah Gaydish's kids

    02/03/16 ,via Asheville Citizen-Times

    1 rucksack daypack. ENO: Sublink sleeping plan. Nemo: Galaxi 2p tent. Trango: Crag pack & 6 pack phase quickdraws. Salomon: Xscream m's & XA pro m's. Arcteryx: W's atom hoody FL & m's concentrate hoody & 2 index dopp kitts. Anker Climbing Co: Rope bag

  • Mechanism for your first New England day hike

    07/09/15 ,via Boston Globe

    The REI Outburst 18 Pack ($34.50 at REI stores and rei.com) features lightly padded straps and back panel and detachable sternum and hip straps. Another recourse is the Osprey Daylite Backpack ($37.50, amazon.com and local stores), which weighs less than a 



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Criminal Dome holds benefit for Kayah Gaydish's kids - Asheville Citizen-Times

ASHEVILLE The community continues to discharge its heart into honoring Kayah Gaydish, an Asheville mom of two and ardent conservationist who died in a rock climbing serendipity Dec. Owners of Black Dome Mountain Sports, Debby and Trent Thomas, will hold a slideshow and unpronounced auction fundraiser at 7 p. m. Friday, Feb. 5 at the store, 140 Tunnel Road, to benefit the children of Kayah Gaydish. Gaydish was a 36-year-old free mom of two teenagers who died in a climbing accident in Virginia in Dec. The event is a slideshow featuring Kayah on a climbing lapse in Utah, which she won through A “Live Your Dream” grant through the AAC. The slideshow will be accompanied by a friend who will read Kayah’s globe-trot notes. There will be a silent auction with outdoor gear, including tents, sleeping bags, down jackets from Patagonia, climbing equipment, $150 shopping spree from Prana and other community gift certificates from Climbmax Climbing Gym, restaurants and services like acupuncture, and paintings by Asheville artist Stuart Engel, who has captivated in Kayah’s children with his wife, Kim. “A hundred percent of the funds raised will go to River and Caleb (Kayah’s daughter and son) for their pinched and longer term needs,” said Black Dome co-owner Debby Thomas. For more information, standing by Black Dome at 828-251-2001. To donate to the fund for River and Caleb, visit www. If you're looking to stock up on some stunning outdoor gear, and help this great cause at the same time, just check out the preliminary list of auction items:. Patagonia:. 2 w’s down sweaters & 2 m’s down sweaters. 1 w’s nano air jacket & 2 m’s nano air jackets. 2 m’s R/1 ridicule use influence-overs & 2 w’s R/1 pull-overs. North Face:. Source: www.citizen-times.com

Fixtures for your first New England day hike - Boston Globe

with footwear. Outside experts say low- to mid-height ankle boots with good support and ventilation so feet can breathe are ideal for treks on hot and sticky days. Run-of-the-mill running sneakers and cross-trainers just won’t cut it as most are not designed to support side-to-side machinery on uneven terrain that can result in injury, particularly ankle sprains. Aficionados also counsel against waterproof models for summer New England hikes for beginners, as they can weigh more and in truth take longer to dry out. “There’s an adage: One pound on your feet is like five in your bag,” an experienced trail hand said. For men, deliberate over Merrell Men’s Moab Ventilator Wide Hiking Shoes ($99. 99, www. dickssportinggoods. com and sporting goods stores), which features breathable tangle, Ortholite cushioning, and a sturdy sole. Columbia Women’s Redmond Low Hiking Shoes are a good alternative for female hikers ($69. 99, www. sportsauthority. com and sporting goods stores), boasting a breathable mesh, a Techlite midsole to abate shock, and an Omni-Grip rubber outsole. Advertisement. Some experts also recommend that beginners invest in liner socks, which can be beat on their own or under your other socks, to reduce friction and prevent blisters. Try SmartWool Hiking Liner Crew Socks ($10. 95, backcountry. com or sporting goods stores), which spot ribbed cuffs to prevent sliding. When it comes to carrying the necessities, it’s best to pick a smaller, more lightweight pack, since day hikers principally don’t need additional storage or weight. The REI Flash 18 Pack ($34. 50 at REI stores and rei. com) features lightly padded straps and back panel and detachable sternum and hip straps. Another chance is the Osprey Daylite Backpack ($37. 50, amazon. com and local stores), which weighs less than a pound and has 750 cubic inches of volume. Source: www.bostonglobe.com


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Osprey Daylite pack
Osprey has this gimmicky set-up where you can clip one of these Daylite day packs to the back of a full-sized Osprey overnight pack. I say gimmicky because you could just as well stuff the day pack inside the main...
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Osprey Aether 85
I used my new Osprey Aether 85 pack for the first time on this hike. I love it. It is far more comfortable than the Gregory Mt Whitney pack I bought last year, and it seems to be more well thought out in terms of...
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