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The Littlbug Blog

Memorial Day Outdoor Ideas

Memorial Day is right around the corner and typically marks the official beginning of summer. As a veteran owned and operated business, we take special pride in observing Memorial Day, as it is dedicated to honor the men and women who have died while serving in the U.S. military. This year, the holiday weekend will [...]

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Six Must-Haves For Your First Backpacking Trip

If you’re looking for a beautiful getaway for the weekend or a fun way to revamp your vacation, a backpacking trip may be just what you need! Hiking in the wilderness can provide solitude, fresh air and rejuvenation any time of year.If it’s your first time, there are a lot of things to consider, such as finding a location that gets you [...]

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Introducing Art of the Trek

We’re pleased and excited to announce a partnership with our friends at Art of the Trek. Let Art of the Trek Plan Your Next Adventure! Art of the Trek is a community-based outdoor trip-planning app that enables you to research and plan successful adventures all in one place. Historically, they’ve provided tools so you can plan your own custom routes. The good news [...]

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The Perfect Gift for Your Outdoor Enthusiast

The holidays can be stressful trying to find the perfect gift for the outdoor enthusiast in your life. Whether you’re looking for a gift for an adventurous car camper to an ounce counting thru hiker, Littlbug stoves and accessories hold the key to a one stop, stress free shopping season. Cozy Comforts: Car camping [...]

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Your Outdoor Skills: Fire and Smoke

There's a lot of hype on the internet about wood burning backpacking stoves that rely on secondary combustion to reduce smoke. If you believe the hype, you'll end up purchasing a stove that's heavier, bulkier and more expensive than what you really need. The complexity of secondary combustion technology in a stove is unnecessary for reducing smoke.  If [...]

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Lady Business in the Backcountry

Ladies, we all know the struggle of doing our business in the backcountry. Whether popping a squat, dealing with our monthly cycle, or keeping infections “down there” away, it can be intimidating wandering into the backcountry and trying to figure out the best way to manage when “nature calls”. It may even keep [...]

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​The Best Boundary Waters Experience

Covering over 1 million acres and hugging 120 miles of Minnesota’s international border, the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness(BWCAW) offers adventures 12 hiking trails and 1,200 miles of canoe routes (National Forest Service). The BWCAW has become quite the area of discussion in recent months due to the imminent threat of sulfide-ore copper mining. [...]

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Adventure by Water

Exploring by land has its own sense of adventure. However, going by water is a whole new experience. Whether floating leisurely down a river, navigating through rapids, or taking to the lakes, adventuring by water is an experience of its own. The views captured on the water are breathtaking and ones you’ll remember [...]

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Stop Reading This and Go Backpacking

We’re serious. Stop reading, and go backpacking. Well, you don’t have to backpack, but find a way to get outside and enjoy it. Why, you might ask, would we want to tear you away from our website? Because we ultimately want you to enjoy the outdoors. And you enjoying the outdoors doesn’t involve [...]

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How to Escape the Crowds

Getting outside, seeing beautiful landscapes has been growing in popularity. A large part of the joy of being in the wild is the solitude it offers. You may find that your favorite camping spot, hiking trail, or backcountry route are congested with others trying to enjoy the same view and solitude as you. [...]

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