History of Backpacking

Today's backpacking is much easier and fun than when it started. People are able to backpack with all the things they love from their homes, such as computers, phones and even watching TV on their travels. Thanks to all the latest technologies, such as solar panels, they charge all their devices. That was another story at the time. Many people have refrained from necessity because of illness, starvation, wild animal attacks or thieves to name just a few. Until the 17th century, people traveled for educational or entertainment purposes.

The wealthy European men were sent to the "big tour" of the last mountain before settling in marriage and careers. Just like pre-school teenagers in Europe these days. Giovanni Careri was the first pioneer for entertainment around the world. He traveled for 80 days and wrote an accompanying book, "Around the World in Eighty Days," which has done it by smuggling valuables from one country to another. The oldest hunters were ancient hunter-gatherers.

In 1492 Christopher Columbus ventured into America and David Livingstone explored Africa in 1841 are just two of the many explorers who paved the way for backpackers. In 1920 Lloyd F. Nelson invented the camping backpack by adding a deck deck to packing more comfortable.This backpack was just a bag with shoulder straps.In 1965 President Lyndon Johns designed the National Scenic Trail Act, which encouraged individuals to discover nature and appreciate nature more, providing tourists with well-defined routes. ernal fame backpack, which distributes the weight of the pack over the hips. And backpacks improved from a wooden frame to aluminum pipes, heavy canvas for waterproof nylon, steel titanium crockery, wool clothes for fast dry synthetics and oil / alcohol ducks for alcohol / butane

In 1910, a backpack was fitted. In the 1940s after the end of the Second World War, more people had the time to travel, so the trailer and camping grew in popularity. Since the military construction of backpacking equipment goes lighter with an aluminum alloy frame. Then the lighter frames become popular with outdoor enthusiasts. Nylon backpacks from 1970 are everywhere. In 1990, Leave No Trace Behind was developed. In 2000, all the best innovations in the shelter, sleeping bags, utensils are lighter and easier to carry.

It's best to come yet because the Program's Principles Leave No Trace Becoming Important to our eco-conscious companies and so backpacking will be more and more. Let the nature, as you have found that it does not disturb and our beautiful wild life will continue to flourish.