Mt. Hood Wilderness is underrated. #showusyourgrayl #tastetheriver #zigzag" #regram #waterfilter #hiking #outdoor #hitthetrail #tastetheriver

Mt. Hood Wilderness is underrated.
#showusyourgrayl #tastetheriver #zigzag" #regram #waterfilter #hiking #outdoor #hitthetrail #tastetheriver

#mansbestfriend

#mansbestfriend

Hit the Trail, Taste the River! with the Quest Trail Water Filter. Filter bacteria, protozoan cysts, heavy metals and chemicals in 15 seconds. As seen in the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie NationalForest #trail #hike #hiking #pacnw #waterfilter #showusyourgrayl

Hit the Trail, Taste the River! with the Quest Trail Water Filter. Filter bacteria, protozoan cysts, heavy metals and chemicals in 15 seconds. As seen in the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie NationalForest
#trail #hike #hiking #pacnw #waterfilter #showusyourgrayl

GRAY'd it! Thanks @colsnobum for the shot! #outdoor #adventure #hitthetrail tastetheriver #showusyourgrayl

GRAY'd it! Thanks @colsnobum for the shot! #outdoor #adventure #hitthetrail tastetheriver #showusyourgrayl

“Simply fill with river water, plunge the filter through the canister (like a French press), and you’ve got a pint of clean drinking water in seconds. The filter takes out bacteria, protozoa, metals, and other nasty things. No tablets, no sucking drops through straws.”

“Simply fill with river water, plunge the filter through the canister (like a French press), and you’ve got a pint of clean drinking water in seconds. The filter takes out bacteria, protozoa, metals, and other nasty things. No tablets, no sucking drops through straws.”

“A new company called GRAYL has just introduced their Filtration CUP, and in my opinion, the product is groundbreaking in this category. Instead of sucking tiny bits of water through a straw, you simply scoop water up in the cup, plunge the filter slowly through the water, twist back in the cap, flip the cover and bam...”

“A new company called GRAYL has just introduced their Filtration CUP, and in my opinion, the product is groundbreaking in this category. Instead of sucking tiny bits of water through a straw, you simply scoop water up in the cup, plunge the filter slowly through the water, twist back in the cap, flip the cover and bam...”

“Operating like a French press, it has an outer cup that you fill from any trailside source, then plunge for 16 ounces of clean water — clear of bacteria, parasites, heavy metals, and chemicals — in just 15 seconds.”

“Operating like a French press, it has an outer cup that you fill from any trailside source, then plunge for 16 ounces of clean water — clear of bacteria, parasites, heavy metals, and chemicals — in just 15 seconds.”