Explore the Colourful World

The UltraLight Site

“The ultralight site allows you to explore the area with the help of a map while making sure that we are on the right track.”

-​Scott B. Robertson

It's time for new adventure

ultralight Tents

We can brighten your tents to make you feel right at home.

Making Your Own Backpacking Tarps

We can help train you to be the best at camping even when we are not around.

Lightweight Backpacking Tents

We with the help of our experts can give you tips to make sure that you are aware of the ways which can get you on with your camping adventure.

Hiking clothes Guide

Do not know what to wear? Contact us and our experts will guide you through the whole process.

Wilderness Survival Kits

Some things that you will need to survive amidst the wild.

  • Sewing Kit (Needle and thread)
  • Split Shot Fishing Weights (2, small)
  • Plastic Bags (One small, one larger)


There is no clinic in the wild, and it is important that you are prepared for the worse.

  • Triple Antibiotic Ointment
  • Dental Floss (30 feet)
  • Adhesive Bandages

Backpacking Tips

10 Hiking, Backpacking, & Camping Tips for Couples


Sharing an adventure with a significant other is one of the best parts of a relationship. Try to make sure that living a life outdoor can be stressful and can also end up badly for your relationships. This is the reason we have a few tips which a couple can have to make sure that they can enjoy their time hiking, backpacking and camping.

Start with smaller adventure

If you have any experience outdoors, you know that it is important that you start small. This is one of the best ways to ensure that you can backpack right before your big trip. Try to make sure that you are having fun and are not overwhelmed. This is one tip that can make sure your trip will last a lifetime.

Pack carefully and generously

smaller adventure

When you are on a couples trip, you need to focus on being light and make sure that you are prepared. Try to start with the essentials and them prepare for the unexpected. This is one significant change which can help keep you prepared no matter what.

Your tent

Try to invest in a high-quality tent which is comfortable and can help protect both from the elements. If you have to spend you night in the tent, it is important that you feel the right sense of comfort and protection which will allow them to sleep safe and also stay away from the cold.

Zip your sleeping bags together

If you have compatible sleeping bags, try to zip them together, which can give you extra warmth and the time to cuddle. If the partner is new to the woods, it can also give comfort and make it easier to sleep at night.

Bring a big group

Try to bring a big group which cannot only make the whole trip more fun but also make sure that that friend can take some pressure off the trip. Try to bring a deck of cards to play, make s’mores and tell stories. You can also make it more epic by adding a lot to the enjoyable mix.

Carry your own weight

It is important that you each have to carry your own weight and share as well. This is one of the great ways to make sure that one can rest when others can carry the gear for some time. This will give you time to bind and also make sure that you take some extra pounds out of your bags.

Bring snacks

One of the worst things that can happen when you are on the trip is one of the partners getting ‘hangry’. Try to always have snacks in hands to make sure that you can eat and stay hydrated to avoid any feeling of angry when you are hungry.