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Tips for Hiking in the Rain

It’s 5 years ago that we first went on a hike together and it rained. It ALWAYS seems to rain in April, so here are some tips for hiking in the rain. If you’re backpacking in the rain, you need to stay dry and keep the gear inside your backpack dry, whether you’re going on a day walk or a multi-day hike. View the transcript and video notes at: Source link

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Survival Hatchet – Military Survival Skills!

Survival Hatchet and Old School Military Survival Skills and Techniques! Follow me on social media for cool clips, photos, and stories! Check Out MY GEAR! Estwing Sportsman Hatchet: Buck Knife: Parachute Cord: USGI Spoon: EXOTAC Ferro Rod: Military Magnesium Bar: Medical Kit: Chem-Lights: L-Shape Flashlight: Source link

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Buckskin Gulch via Wire Pass to Whitehouse – Paria Wilderness – Trail Guide

Buckskin Gulch is one of our favorite backpacking experiences ever. This video explains details of the trail from Wire Pass through Buckskin Gulch and out Whitehouse, along with other tips. I didn’t feel the guides we read provided quite as much detail as I would have liked to fully prepare, so I decided to give it a shot myself. If you haven’t done this hike yet, you absolutely have to check out buckskin gulch. Hope this helps! […]

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How to Strap the Pack Straps on your Hiking or Backpacking Backpack

#HikingTips #HikingBackpack #Backpacking In this video I show you what I recently learned about how to properly strap on a day pack, backpacking backpack or any other hiking backpack. Check out my Merch → CONSIDER SUBSCRIBING → My day pack: Osprey Stratos 34 Backpack REI → Backcountry → Amazon → Pack featured in this video – Gregory Zulu 40 REI → Backcountry → Amazon → FinerBub Video Playlists: Gear Videos → Day Hike Videos → Follow me […]

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Yosemite Hiking Tips

FULL GUIDE WITH LINKS: LATEST GEAR LIST: Most people only experience Yosemite National Park from their car, but the majority of Yosemite is backcountry, which is best explored by hiking. There are hikes for all levels, and these Yosemite hiking tips will help you pick the perfect one and have a great time experiencing it. It’s time to leave the car and crowds behind and enjoy Yosemite the way it was meant to be. *** WAYS TO […]

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SIMPLE ULTRALIGHT THRU-HIKING GEAR LIST | (FROM 11KG to 4KG!)

In this video we go through our recent and now improved thru-hiking gear list that we have been working on over the last 12 months. We originally started the Appalachian Trail with a 10-13kg base-weight but after our short 8-day journey came to an end, we knew that we were carrying way too much stuff… We returned home in late March and began culling plenty of gear. We were able to test out some new gear throughout […]

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අහස නැතුව (ගහෙන් කොළෙන්) පාර සොයා ගමු. Hiking Skills- Navigation(09) මාලිමාව නැතුව දිශාව සොයමු (03).

ඉර හඳ තරු නොමැති අහසක දිශාවන් සොයා ගැනීම. මිනිසා නිපදවූ කිසිඳු උපකරණයක උදවු නොමැතිව Hiking සහ Back-Country Camping කරන අපි දිශාව සොයා ගන්න අන්දම….. Hiking Skills සමඟ බොහෝ දේ ඉගෙන ගන්න. දැන ගන්න. කියවන්න.. තව සැතපුමකට එකතු වෙමු. Let’s Walk That Extra Mile! මේ වීඩියෝ පාඩම් මාලාවේ අන්තර්ගතය සැකවින්. පලවෙනි කොටස- ඉරෙන් පාර සොයා ගමු. දෙවන කොටස හඳෙන් පාර සොයා ගමු. තුන්වන කොටස අහස නැතුව පාර සොයා ගමු. හතරවන කොටස තරු අපිට කියන පාර මා මෙම වීඩියෝ […]

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Kwaay Paay Trail Guide – Mission Trails Regional Park

Full trail guide: If you’re looking for a quick, heart-pumping hike with great views in San Diego, look no further than Kwaay Paay Peak Trail in Mission Trails Regional Park. This steep 2.5-mile out-and-back route climbs 885 feet from Mission Gorge to the 1,194-foot summit of Kwaay Paay Peak. At the peak, you’ll be treated to terrific views of Mission Trails and the surrounding landscape, including the mountains to the east and downtown San Diego to the […]

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Deam Wilderness (Indiana) Backpacking – May 2021

My long overdue third hike of the 2021 season kept me local, to the Charles Deam Wilderness southeast of Bloomington, Indiana. The original plan for my annual spring hike was to head to the Appalachian Trail in late April, but on the very weekend I had planned to hike Mother Nature hit us with six inches of snow followed by two weeks of miserable, cold weather. So I delayed the hike to May and also decided to […]

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