Deep Sleep: The World’s Most Incredible Underwater Hotel Rooms Best For: Sleeping in luxury for car campers and overlanders.Buy it if: Your idea of roughing it usually includes a stay at a Marriott or Hilton. The Concerto feels more like a comfortable hotel bed than a sleeping bag. It features a pad sleeve for a 25 inch wide inflatable mattress (we recommend pairing it with one of Nemo’s insulated Cosmo Pads $160), along with a zip up sheet liner and pillow top.Best Feature: The extra wide width, combined with snap closure made this sleeping bag feel much more like a bed than a bag. Expect to be buying a pair of these, as your significant other will suddenly develop the need to go camping more often after stealing this from you one night on the road.Eddie Bauer Flying Squirrel ($239)Best For: Ultralight ounce counters and minimalist fast packersBuy it if: You absolutely want the lightest fully featured (minus a zipper) sleeping bag of the year. Coming in at under a pound and a half, treated for water repellency, and filled with 850 down, this is the ultimate summer backpacking bag.Best Feature: The wrap around style was initially a little weird looking to us, but after a couple nights hammock camping and one very cold high mountain bivvy huddled under it along with every piece and merino and down apparel we had with us, the lack of zipper was very welcome. It makes the Flying Squirrel very adaptable to many situations, and the most innovative sleeping bag we’ve seen in years.Kathmandu Polaris XT ($480)Best For: High Altitude ExpeditionsBuy it if: Your “summer” adventures include a trek in the Himalayas or Canada’s Bugaboos and Tantalus ranges. This sleeping bag is built to withstand bad weather at altitude. We can’t imagine a better survival tool when you’re thousands of feet above the treeline.Best Feature: Kathmandu built this bag with DownTek’s hydrophobic treated down, making this bag the final answer in the battle against wet, snowy high camps. With a 15-degree comfort rating, you could easily sleep out in the this all year long, unless you call McMurdo Station home.Sierra Designs Front Country Bed Queen ($230)Best For: Snuggling up with your partnerBuy it if: You’d rather be spooning in your bed back home than out on the trail. The Front Country Bed features a quilt cut out rather than a zipper, and an opening at the footbox to stick a foot out when things get too warm. It’s rated to 27 degrees, but with two people, we’ve slept below that comfortably.Best Feature: The sleeping pad skirt on the bottom will accept queen sized inflatable mattresses, and has a bungee cord tightening system. You couldn’t slide of your pad if you tried to. Combine that with the ease of the comforter insert, and you’ve got the best bed for couples’ camping ever made.Mountain Hardwear Hotbed Spark ($139)Best For: One bag to do it all.Buy it if: You’re ready to venture out from car camping to backpacking, but don’t want to have different sets of gear for everything. At just over two and half pounds, the Hotbed Spark is light enough to hike with, but the wide mummy construction is roomier and more comfortable than more restrictive ultralight backpacking bags.Best Feature: The Thermal.Q insulation is the best warmth to weight ration of any synthetic insulation we’ve tested. It provides excellent loft even after the bag has been sitting in a stuf stack and at the bottom of your backpack for a couple days. When you pull it out, turn the fleece-lined stuff sack inside out and put your down jacket inside for an extra pillow to use at bedtime. The Ultimate Pillow Guide: The 6 Best Pillows for All Sleepers Rumpl NanoLoft Puffy Blanket is Made Entirely Out of Recycled Material It’s Time to Ditch Your Sleeping Bag for a Versatile, Lightweight Camping Quilt Getting a good night’s rest out on the trail is often a game of weather and terrain roulette. If you get wet or end up sleeping in a boulder field with the wrong tent or sleeping bag, your entire experience in the wilderness can come to a crashing disaster (not to mention may turn your partner off of camping as well). We’ve tested this year’s sleeping bags everywhere from spring car camping road trips to off-trail excursions, and found the very best sleeping bags for any wilderness adventure.Related: Guide To Sleeping Pads | The Best Packs of 2016Nemo Equipment Concerto ($400) Editors’ Recommendations How to Sleep Outdoors: Bring the Best Gear for a Good Night’s Sleep
Rabat – Morocco is more than ever decided to hold the 2026 World Cup. After campaigning in Africa, Europe, and the Middle East, Morocco 2026’s organizing committee is setting its sight on Central Asia, with the aim of convincing that part of the world that the kingdom’s bid is the more deserving one in this 2026 scramble.As the defining hour for the vote approaches, the fierce competition to win the hearts and minds of the FIFA community is nowhere near its end. According to recent reports, an important Moroccan delegation has paid a working visit to Kazakhstan, Turkey, and Azerbaijan. Moroccan officials spoke to their central Asian counterparts in terms of lending their support and vote to the North African country’s bid.The delegation was headed by Morocco’s ambassador to Russia and convened other Moroccan diplomats who, armed with their knowledge of the diplomatic world, are now engaged in campaigns aimed at persuading their counterparts of the merits and potentials of Morocco’s bid. This Central Asian episode is said to be an important step in the country’s global plan to counter United 2026’s—USA/Canada/Mexico—recent orchestrated campaign to disparage Morocco’s organizational capacities as well as its financial, socio-cultural, and a score of other assets related to the hosting of the FIFA World-Cup.And while the North American trio is showcasing its huge stadiums and ‘formidable’ infrastructures, Morocco is reported to be campaigning in terms of “smart” and compelling efforts that foreground the historical, touristic, and socio-cultural “marvels” that the country “can offer” to the many fans and teams who will be visiting during the 2026 edition.
A 28-year-old man has been arrested after an assault investigation led to the seizure of $58,000 worth of cocaine in a St. Catharines.Niagara police launched an investigation on Tuesday into an alleged assault on a St. Catharines woman.Investigators believed the suspect in the assault was also trafficking cocaine. “Surveillance was conducted on this male which led Police to observe suspected drug transactions,” said Niagara police in a news release.Robert Mulundika, of St. Catharines, was arrested by police and was found to be in possession of crack cocaine.A search warrant was executed at his home in St. Catharines and seized 585 grams of cocaine and crack cocaine as well as $2,480 in cash.Mulundika is facing six charges including assault, uttering threats and trafficking cocaine.He was held for a bail hearing and is scheduled to appear in court later Wednesday.