Keyword: Sea to Summit
Spending the night under the open sky with a mat and sleeping bag is in and of itself a purist thing. If you also make the right choice from the few products available, you can enjoy nature with extremely light luggage. We put it to the test and put together a bivouac set for less than 2,5 kilograms.
It weighs 1340 grams and still offers space for two people plus plenty of material. We took a closer look at the Alto TR2 ultra-light tent from Sea to Summit and tested it for you in our local mountains.
We got the order to test the new Telos TR2 tent from Sea to Summit. Not on the campsite, but in a special place. Said and done. Find out what came out of it here in this experience report. So much can be revealed: We are blown away - from the scene as well as from the tent.
When the Australians announce a new tent, one can look forward to it. One feature of the Telos TR2 absolutely lives up to the company name: the tent can also be set up as a shade to provide shade - it can be used from the beach to the summit. But one after the other.
Go from the highest to the lowest point - without detours. As simple as it sounds, it is varied and challenging.
In today's post in our series of articles on micro adventures, we'll show you how to build your own sauna with very simple means.
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