Adventurer (and one of HMG's favorite cuben fiber fans) Wyatt Roscoe reports on his winter 2013 packrafting trip to New Zealand.
Category: Packrafting + Multisport
HMG Ambassador Glenn Charles one of a rapidly growing group of outdoor enthusiasts using ultralight gear and fatbikes to take them to new places in the outdoors. Read on for Glenn's thoughts on why a ultralight tarp makes the perfect shelter for these multisport adventures.
The Hyperlite Mountain Gear team puts our gear to the test. This year CEO Mike St. Pierre and John Mansir hiked and packrafted in Northern Maine. Baxter State Park is over 200,000 acres of wilderness located in northern central Maine. The park includes Maine’s highest peak, and it lies at the end of the Appalachian Trail. […]
Mike Curiak’s report on a recent expedition with other Hyperlite Mountain Gear Ambassadors and friends to Idaho’s River of No Return Wilderness. I’ve had the pleasure of traveling with many accomplished athletes through the years, but there are so many more whose names I’ve heard and read yet never gotten to meet. Forrest McCarthy is […]
A report and video from Hyperlite Mountain Gear’s Mike and Josh on their adventure on East Branch of the Penobscot River in Northern Maine. On the weekend of September 22 and 23, Hyperlite Mountain Gear founder and CEO Mike St. Pierre and Josh Mansir once again demonstrated their ability to play just as hard on Saturday and […]
Hyperlite Mountain Gear Ambassadors Luc Mehl and Roman Dial are among the top finishers in the Alaska Mountain Wilderness Classic. For the last 31 years, a small group of elite adventurers, athletes and explorers have gathered in the Alaska backcountry to take part in one of the most grueling adventure races in the world. Its unsanctioned, […]
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