Tag Archives: Hiking (Sport)

3 Scary TRUE Backpacking & Hiking Stories from the Woods

Sometimes getting back in touch with nature isn’t as good for your health as you might expect. Here are a collection of accounts from people who experienced horrific situations whilst backpacking and hiking in the woods. Merch shop: Check out Anthony’s Artwork: @artofsalinas on instagram Everybody loves to listen to a good creepypasta before bedtime, safe in the knowledge that the tales aren’t real. But what about the ones that are? This list is compiled of stories […]

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Hiking the Pemi Loop – 3 Day Backpacking Trip

Come along for 3 Days of Hammock Camping, Hiking, and Backpacking on a classic Pemi Loop in New Hampshire’s White Mountains. GPS data at The Pemi Loop, made popular by it’s distinction as one of “America’s Hardest Day Hikes” in a May, 2005 Backpacker Magaizine article, is not actually an “official” trail, but rather a series of AMC (Appalachian Mountain Club) trails joined to create a 31.5 mile tear drop shaped loop in New Hampshire’s Franconia Wilderness […]

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Grade 3&4 Outdoor Skills Afterschool – Hiking

Bringing Science to the outdoors. This video series was developed by Tammy Stuhr, a 4-H Science Educator, to show how scientists use outdoor skills and STEM skills in their career. The videos are used with the Outdoor Skills:Learning Science in the Outdoors, that was developed as a cooperative project between Nebraska Game and Parks, University of Nebraska- Lincoln Extension, and Nebraska Outdoor U! The Outdoor Skills program brings outdoor skills, science education, and fun to youth across […]

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Backpacking with Children | Deuter Kids Backpack

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7 Ways to Prevent Tick Bites and Lyme Disease while Camping, Hiking, Fishing or Hunting

Discover 7 Simple Steps You and Your Family Can Take to Prevent Tick Bites (and Lyme Disease) in the woods! From Here’s a Link to Full Article Online: ______ For Your Convenience… Here are LINKS to ALL the Gear Shown in this Video: Sawyer Permethrin: Other Permethrin Brands: David’s Hat – Oilskin Outback: Boot Blouse: Buff Headware (David’s Wear Mossy Oak – Duck Blind or Shadow Grass): _____ If You found this Video to be Helpful and […]

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Hoosier National Forest | Best Indiana Hiking, Bushcraft, Backpacking, and Camping

This episode, we head out to the Charles C. Deam wilderness in Hoosier National Forest of Indiana and go hiking and camping off of the trail. With a beautiful lake and blooming wildflowers, this was a fantastic journey – and we hope you enjoy it as well. ————————————— SCENE SELECTION 0:39 – Theme Song 1:08 – After intro 2:23 – Map 2:42 – First Hike In 3:47 – Mayflower ID 4:54 – More Flowers 6:30 – Heading […]

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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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Hiking Food ideas for Long Distance Backpacking

Hiking food ideas for a 5 day long distance snow camping trip. Planning your food for a backpacking trek can be a very technical subject. You need to make sure that you are carrying enough but not too much. Carrying too much is usually more annoying than not having enough 🙂 If you have too much food in your backpack it’ll be uncomfortably heavy. With a heavier pack it’ll be too hard to move, you may find […]

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Arizona Hiking Safety guidlines and basic needs

When hiking Arizona trails safety always needs to be thought about. Here are some basic guidelines and tips to hike and explore safely in the Arizona area. Source link

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