Articles written by: Ted Levin

Author Ted Levin is a freelance writer and adventurer, currently writing about his travels through the National Parks. Ted enjoys bird watching, hiking, and backcountry camping. You can connect with him on Twitter (@TedLevinOnline).

Twelve Days of Winter Camping Equipment
Holiday Wishes! / Outdoor+Travel

Twelve Days of Winter Camping Equipment

by Ted Levin The holidays are coming; and while others are singing the “Twelve Days of Christmas,” campers will be crooning to this version: On the first day of camping, My true love sent to me A hammock to tie to a tree! Believe it or not, there really is [...]

Smart Gear That Will Make Snow Camping This Winter a Success
Outdoor+Travel

Smart Gear That Will Make Snow Camping This Winter a Success

by Ted Levin Winter is coming; and for avid outdoor lovers, this means snow camping. For many people, regular camping might sound rugged enough. But for extreme campers who love to push the limits, snow camping is a great way to enjoy the icy beauty of winter. Aside from Antarctica, [...]

Three Western National Parks Worth a Visit in the Fall
Relax and be healthy

Three Western National Parks Worth a Visit in the Fall

by Ted Levin  While the government remains locked in a stalemate over the shutdown, much of our nation’s heritage sits still beyond barricades and blockades, hurting the economy and giving travelers headaches. Regardless of your political viewpoints, we can all agree that it’s a shame our National Parks aren’t able to [...]

Five Apps To Make Adventures More Awesome
Guest Blogger / Outdoors Tips

Five Apps To Make Adventures More Awesome

By Ted Levin Any backpacker knows that one of the best parts of venturing into the backcountry is escaping from the world. Whether that’s escaping from the 24 hour news cycle, the unavoidable occurrence of a ringing cell phone, or just the world altogether, hiking deep into the wilderness in [...]