Quest Outdoors News & Stories

Arc'teryx Atom LT vs. Atom AR

  • Posted on
  • By Bailey Carter
  • 0
Arc'teryx Atom LT vs. Atom AR

Arc'teryx is a brand known for its outerwear, in particular, the Atom line. The Atom LT hoody is lightweight and versatile- making it famous for everyday wear, sportswear, and backcountry wear. The Atom AR Hoody is the ultimate cold weather jacket, providing extra warmth and insulation. At first glance, the Atom AR and the Atom LT look highly similar. Both jackets feature a rear drop hem, two-pocket design, reinforced StormHood™, elastic cuffs, and zipper pulls. However, when we look past just the appearance, there are some significant differences.

Biotite Firepit Review

  • Posted on
  • By Bailey Carter
  • 0
Biotite Firepit Review

The new BioLite FirePit+ is a safe, convenient, and mess-free outdoor fire pit that also doubles as a grill. Its hyper-efficient flames, rechargeable fan, and well-enclosed design make it a great choice for your backyard fire pit needs. Not to mention, it's portable. In this article, we will cover all the features that make the BioLite FirePit stand out from the other fire pits on the market!

Biolite CampStove 2

  • Posted on
  • By Steve
  • 0

Biolite CampStove 2
Are you on the lookout for a camping stove that can change the way you camp? The Biolite CampStove 2 makes your adventure and camping expeditions fun and memorable. You’ll want to give the new Biolite CampStove 2 a try. Uniquely designed to deliver energy and transform the way we cook, charge, and light up our lives, the Biolite CampStove 2 is a revolutionary product.

Travel Guide – Cabot Trail

  • Posted on
  • By Nita
  • 0
Travel Guide – Cabot Trail

The Cabot Trail, located on Cape Breton Island, in Nova Scotia Canada, is one of the top 10 cycling destinations in the world according to Lonely Planet (2010). Famous for its breath-taking scenery, craggy coastline, challenging hills and miles of hiking trails, the Cabot Trail is a must see. Nova Scotia is one of three Atlantic Provinces. It is exactly halfway between the equator and the North Pole and touted as North America’s only living Celtic culture....

By using our website, you agree to the use of cookies. These cookies help us understand how customers arrive at and use our site and help us make improvements. Hide this message More on cookies »