Here’s helpful information and hints for choosing the right hiking sandals model and size for yourself or others.
We can hardly think of a better way to introduce the small ones to the wonders of nature than by… read more
The definite ‘Hiking Sandals vs Hiking Boots Face-Off’. We strongly advise to consider these Pros and Cons when deciding on your new outdoor footwear for Summer 2020!
A brand new revolutionary bottle-cap, foldable, clickable, double-walled, single-walled, insulated bottles – you’re spoilt for choice!
“I’m on a mission” – Find out more about @danysky_g’s project hiking to all 261 peaks over 2000m (6,500 ft) in the Italian Appennine.
Appalachian Trail thru hiker Ashley aka @rainyhikes on Instagram inspired not only people she met on the way, but also a growing community of Instagram followers …
Ashley aka @rainyhikes, a Thru Hiker and inspiring Instagram creator, about her take of our Convertube and hydration on the trail.
Our outdoor blogger and serial adventurer friends Chris and Antonia elaborate on their hydration-setup in different situations.
Antonia and Christian are serial adventurers, exploring the outdoors by kayak, on foot or climbing for over a decade already…. read more
What an incredible achievement: Chrigel Maurer wins X-Alps for the 5th consecutive time. Congrats from all of us at SOURCE!
We supported Bex Band aka ‘The Ordinary Adventurer’ in her Israel National Trail Thru Hike – here’s 10 of her hard earned tips for thru hiking.
At high elevations you just can’t win: the universe is conspiring against you to make you dehydrated!
Family adventurer and blogger John Soltys about kids and hydration on the trail: “Stop telling kids to drink and put them in control. They’ll stay hydrated and you won’t have to carry their water any more!”
There’s no pre-defined route, no checkpoints for athletes, no refueling-stops, no borders… Biotech Bordairline Paragliding & Hiking Race Series with SOURCE Hydration.
We’ve been supporting Carlos Goldberg’s Israel National Trail run – today, three quarters into the run, his adventure ended very abruptly.
He covered the Sahara Ultra Marathon and 80 marathons in 66 days on the Apalachian Trail. Now Carlos is ready for the 1,000 km Israel National Trail – again.