Top 10 most popular products for sale on Brooks-Range.com. From snow shovels to guide tarps we’ve got all your favorite items.Read more "Top 10 Most Popular Brooks Range Products – Summer 2018"
The Ultralite Guide+ Tarp Brooks Range offers several high quality and lightweight tents, however some mountaineers still prefer the Ultralite Guide+ Tarp. Why is this so? The Ultralite Guide+ Tarp has many advantages for backpackers and mountaineers. First, at less than a pound, it is extremely lightweight, but large enough to shelter two to […]Read more "The Advantages of An Ultralite Guide+ Tarp"
When in need of an efficient, light weight sleeping bag we typically google “best rated sleeping bag”. We’re soon confronted with a long list of bags that basically all look the same. Once we’ve narrowed it down to our top 5 sleeping bags, it can be hard to distinguish which one will truly fill our […]Read more "What’s the Best Rated Sleeping Bag? Check out the Brooks Range Drift -10."
“The client must never see the guide eat, drink, or change his clothing,” declared the Swiss-German mountain guide. Compact, steely-eyed, utterly convinced of every word spoken from his mouth, this gentleman issued declarations in steady stream, for any intimidated wanna-be to record. And I, being an intimidated wanna-be, listened to every word, but how was […]Read more "The Alpha Softshell: A Guide’s Take"
Most skiers rave about the powder turns they got during the big dumps mid-winter, and while those moments give birth to spectacular memories, they are also fleeting. Truly great pow days are there and then they’re gone. First tracks are just that; when you’re resort skiing that blanket of fresh fluff gets cut up in […]Read more "Earn Your Turns: Tips on Corn Harvesting"
By Eric Layton It’s ski season, and that means it time to dust off and dial in our backpacks for the backcountry! Make sure you’re prepared for winter ski and splitboard trips with this comprehensive gear guide on how to properly pack for your next tour. I have often referred to my backpack as being […]Read more "Pro Tips: How to Pack for Backcountry Travel"
Many diehards continue to deny the changing of season and find their worth in the glory of skiing as many peaks as possible before all the snow melts. Good for them. Many others, however, are looking forward to the upcoming spring sunshine, and the changeup that goes with it: road trips and the pilgrimage to […]Read more "Inspired Camping and the Nuance of Simplicity"
Responsibility in the backcountry takes many forms. Having the right tools when misadventure strikes can be the difference between a manageable task and a nightmare. Anyone who has ever gotten injured or broken a piece of equipment knows that being even a mile away from the trailhead can be a disaster to get out safely. As […]Read more "Jackson Hole Mountain Guides Explore Backcountry Rescue"
We’ve come a long way since the hardman days of hemp ropes, homemade portaledges and hobnails. Yes, the hardmen and women still exist, but let’s be honest, we’ve moved past the self-imposed austerity of eating cat food with a piton. No matter. The thrill of self-discovery in the mountains is as true today as it […]Read more "The New Drift 20: A Roomier All-Round Sleeping Bag"
Cover Photo: Adrain-Mathieu Morin If you were a hardcore snowboarder in the 90s it’s likely you were charging the park and pipe with distant dreams of taking your passion to the X Games. If you were Eric Layton in the 90s, you would split your own board, head to the backcountry and never look back. It’s […]Read more "Breaking Trail in the Backcountry: A Q&A with Splitboard Guide Eric Layton"