Backpacking Doesn't Have To Be Hard 

You deserve the very best experience possible

Whether you're backpack hunting, Thru Hiking, or just out there as a Weekend Warrior, By Land is here to make your life easier so you can focus on the things that matter most.

 
 

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Articles

 

ArTICLEs

Each article written is with you in mind and they cover anything from backcountry hunting to long distance hiking.  You'll find general commentary, gear reviews, and advice based on my previous mistakes.


The By Land Podcast

An interview based podcast that showcases outdoor enthusiasts and brands.  Be it hunting, backpacking, Thru Hiking, or brand introductions, the podcast is built to share ideas and concepts for you to take with you on your next adventure.

The By Land Podcast

The By land Podcast


Shop and support

This entire platform is powered by you.  Not a single entity sponsors this content, so I keep the lights on by offering a few products.  With your purchases you immediately become my sponsor.  Carefully thought-out and  curated, items in the shop are things I enjoy and I think you will as well.

Emory Ronald

Hi, I'm Emory

 
 

This is why...

I struggled for years with the desire to go backpacking, but I didn't know where to begin.  Summer after summer would leave me wishing I had done more in the mountains and come each fall I'd fail to push myself further into the backcountry while hunting.  Having grown tired of not living out my dreams, I decided to stop waisting time and just figure it out for myself.

 

A handful of years later, I've found myself enjoying backpacking far more than I ever thought possible.  I hiked over 2000 miles of the Pacific Crest Trail in 2017, pursued elk in solitude miles from the nearest trail head, harvested my first deer while solo in knee deep snow, and finally found peace with being alone in the mountains.  

 

This website is dedicated to those of you who want to backpack better, push yourself further, and want to be real about the struggles involved.  

By Land,

Emory Ronald