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    Senior Member Dudorino's Avatar
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    There are other sites on these topics?
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    Senior Member mountaingoat's Avatar
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    Bpl

    As far as hiking and backpacking, I would definitively say to look into
    www.backpackinglight.com
    A great resource and lots of trip announcements and get togethers as well

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    In my opinion, the best resource is BPL:

    http://www.backpackinglight.com/cgi-...ums/index.html

    Backpacker also has good information:

    http://www.backpacker.com/cgi-bin/forums/ikonboard.cgi

    Other excellent sites will depend on your location. For example, if you hike in the Northeast these would be very helpful:

    http://www.adkforum.com
    http://www.viewsfromthetop.com/forums/

    This is a website that has a lot of very helpful information and has a Canadian focus to it:

    http://www.clubtread.com/sforum/default.asp

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    MAD777's Avatar
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    Another vote for Backpackinglight. I have been a member there for many years, almost from the start, which gives access to the editors' articles. The forum there is free however, and is populated with extremely knowledgeable people for lightweight backpacking, just like HF is for hammocking. The atmosphere there is also friendly, which for me, is a big plus.
    Mike
    "Life is a Project!"

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    Member BigEarth's Avatar
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    +1 on Backpackinglight.

    I also enjoy PracticalBackpacking.com

    Good people, and a lot of data you can search on. They don't talk brands of gear all the time like Backpackinglight but focus on Backpacking methods and practices.

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