Mick Wooten
June 14, 2014

The Difference Maker

I can’t say that I’ve ever rocketed to the moon in one of the Apollo’s or climbed Everest’s most dangerous route (the West Ridge Hornbein Couloir). I haven’t surfed the behemoth waves of Waimea nor have I wing-suited the cliffs of Switzerland. I haven’t stormed the beaches of Normandy on D-Day or sailed around the… Read more »


Tieson Wooten
April 25, 2014

5 Ways to Lighten Your Backpacking Load

In keeping with the ultralight trend, and drawing on my own personal philosophy of “move fast, move light”, I have compiled this little list of ways that I have been able to cut down on my pack weight as well as size. 1) Pick a Great Pack Lets start with my pack – I use… Read more »