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Lightweight hiking snacks – First time trying FREEZE DRIED CANDY

This was a fun, spur of the moment video! One of my sweet Patrons sent me a sample box of Tahoe Treats candy for my upcoming Bartram Trail thru hike and since Jerry and I had never tried freeze dried candy, we thought it would be fun to make a video taste testing each one. Hope you enjoy this lighthearted video! I’ve learned freeze dried candy makes an excellent lightweight hiking snack! Gear I recommend: https//amazon.com/shop/hikingwithbraids (As […]

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How To Fly With Your Backpacking Gear (On A Plane)

00:00 Hey Y’all 00:52 Backpack 01:27 Shelters (Tent Poles and Stakes) 02:43 Trekking Poles 04:30 Stove and Fuel 07:38 Pots, Water Filter, Utensils 08:48 Food 10:08 Lighters 10:27 Metal Trowel 10:53 Pepper Spray and Knives 11:13 Bear Spray 12:17 Batteries 13:42 Checking and Protecting Your Pack 17:42 Tips For Lost Pack 19:12 International Flights 20:11 Options To Avoid Flying With Gear 20:24 Mailing Gear 21:56 Other Methods of Transportation Budget Gear List: CDT Gear List: PCT Gear […]

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Hiking the Continental Divide: Grants to Cuba

@NationalParkService @TheMotherofComfort @Outdoor Research @Columbia Sportswear @inov-8 @granitegear From Grants it’s back up into the mountains, specifically Taylor Mountain, the highest point of the CDT in New Mexico. The beauty of this stretch of the trail really surprised everyone but it was a welcome change from the austere beauty of the desert. Approaching Cuba the weather takes a change for the worse and I take shelter until I’m able to make the run into Cuba. Any time […]

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My low-budget hiking gear.

8/19/19 – UPDATE!!! – Backpack weighs – 3.2 lbs not 5.2 lbs Sorry. There were still some items in the pack when I originally weighed it. Also the hanging scale I used was incorrect I’ve recently learned. I will get corrected weight totals together as soon as I can. Hello all and welcome! In this video I share with you the items I took with me on my thru-hike of Sheltowee Trace. These items are not Ultra […]

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MUST HAVE WINTER HIKING GEAR // Kahtoola Microspikes (Review)

Must Have Winter Hiking Gear – Kahtoola Microspikes Kahtoola Microspikes are an essential piece of winter or wet weather hiking gear. Kahtoola Microspikes are a perfect balance between YaxTrax and Crampons proving a lightweight traction device that can be quickly put on and removed. Kahtoola’s can be worn over Trail Runners or standard hiking boots. Kahtoola Microspikes are perfect for tackling Adirondack Mountains, White Mountains or any other Northeast challenge that involves snow and ice. AMAZON LINK […]

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Why I Never Get Blisters – Footcare For Thru Hiking

If you’re hiking upwards of 2,000 miles in a single push knowing how to care of your feet during a thru hike is a super essential skill to have. Your feet are what will take you the distance, an unhappy foot can mean an unhappy hiker, but foot pain or blisters can also mean the end of your trip. Something so small like a little blister can even lead to much more serious injuries as well, so […]

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90 MILE HIKING BACKPACKING AND WILD CAMPING TRIP | THE RIDGEWAY

This is the 4th time I have walked the Ridgeway and successfully completed it. I will do it just once more with my friend Tim when he is ready! Then, thats it 🙂 Other long distance hikes beckon me now! Watch this space! Source link

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Best Backpacking & Hiking Portable Stove Cook Kit Windscreen 2019 | Tuba Solo the Hiker

My name is Steve and this channel is all about hiking, backpacking, and enjoying the outdoors in Southern California and beyond. If that interests you, consider subscribing. Follow me: Instagram: Twitter: Facebook: For business inquiries please email: steve@stevefericean.com Backpacking Gear: (Gear I Use & Recommend) Affiliate links below; I will receive a portion of the profits, with no increase in cost to you. ULA Cataylst Pack: ULA Circuit Pack: Zpacks Duplex: Six Moon Designs Lunar Solo: Carbon […]

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Hiking The Appalachian Trail | Why You Should Follow Homeade Wanderlust | Hiking Tips and Tricks

Hiking The Appalachian Trail | Why You Should Be Following Homeade Wanderlust | Hiking Tips and Trick s #healthylife #hikelikeapro #getoutside If you are looking for an epic trail to hike, there’s nothing more legendary than the Appalachian Trail. The oldest person to complete around 2,190 miles of the Appalachian Trail is Dale “Greybeard” Sanders. He started his Appalachian journey in Georgia and completed it after seven months in 2017! Do you know how old he was? […]

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