Friday, April 30, 2021

2 Days Backpacking in the Remote Desert - Off Trail Overnight Camping Ad...

In this 2 day desert adventure, The Outdoor Gear Review is off trail in the New Mexico Badlands going where others don't!

The environment is beautiful but also brutal and while the temps aren't all that high the heat coming from the desert floor is insane!

Get ready to see landscapes which can only be described as otherworldly!

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I'm going to do my best to put gear lists into all of my videos since everyone is asking for them all the time.

For this trip, here are the big items that I used.

Gear List :

(Luke) Kuhl Sun Blade Hat :

(Susie) Outdoor Research :

Propper Summerweight Tactical Shorts :

(Luke) Columbia Tamiami Shirt :

MSR Pocket Rocket Stove :

Toaks 750Ml Pot with Bail Handle :

MSR Small Cup :

Toaks Long handle Spoons :

Mountain Hardware Stretchdown Pullover :

Eddie Bauer Women’s Departure 2.0 :

Eddie Bauer Trail Tight Capris :

(Luke) Zpacks Arc Blast Pack :

(Susie) Hanchor Marble Pack

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1 comment:

  1. I have really been enjoying your desert trip. If you are looking for a future excursion, I highly recommend Millard County, Utah. No one really goes there as there is no water and no services from Delta to Ely, NV. You get your choice of just about every type of desert terrain and can go for weeks without seeing another human. It is 99% BLM land and you guys have the vehicle to really enjoy it. The backpacking is epic out there too! I spend July of every other year out there solo.