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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 πŸ™‚ 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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πŸ”₯ Islay Whisky Trail – Complete Scotland Travel Guide

Islay is home to some of the most famous Scotch Whisky distilleries in the world. It’s the finest alcoholic drink you can buy. But how is it made and what makes Islay Scotch whisky so different? If you are a whisky fan, join me on the Islay Scotch whisky trail as I show you around the 10 Scotch whisky distilleries that are open on Islay: Port Ellen, Laphroaig, Lagavulin, Ardbeg, Bowmore, Bruichladdich (Port Charlotte), Kilchoman, Caol Ila, […]

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Catawba Falls Trail Guide

Here I show you how to get to and hike the trail to Lower and Upper Catawba Falls near Old Fort, North Carolina. The trail to Lower Catawba Falls is easy enough for any hiker to reach, but the trail to Upper Catawba Falls should only be attempted if you are an experienced hiker and have a hiking partner with you at the time. So much for that “once a week” plan, but that’s life. I will […]

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Preparing for 210 miles of Backpacking on the Superior Hiking Trail – Gear Review

Preparing for 210 miles of backpacking on the Superior Hiking Trail. Preparing, planning and gear that I’ll use for this 2019 long hike! The Superior Hiking Trail is 310 miles, but the last part of the trail has less views and very few campsites. Thru hikers also have to hike thru Duluth. Many thru hikers will skip that section. uptrail71; backpacking,hiking, hammock camping, gear reviews, ultralight gear, and outdoor activities. Source link

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Wilderness Hiking Safety Tips with HDT

Being prepared is very important especially when going into the wilderness, Even if it is just for the day. Comment Below on which one worked best? The Whistle, Yelling, or the Compass. Please Subscribe, Comment, and Like Other Videos! Troll Defense tactics (a bit graphic) My letter to the Government (pass it on) Have Courage and Stand Up Wax Cotton Ball Shotgun Slugs Airport iPhone Creeper A Rednecks Way Of Life The Ammunition Crisis and it’s Effect […]

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Whiting Ranch and The Luge Loop Trail Guide On Rylo | Mountain Biking Southern California

Let me do the research and take you on a guided ride before you hit the trails. This time around I bring your map to life on the Whiting Ranch x The Luge Loop in Lake Forest, CA. I’ll be giving you a beforehand heads up on what you can expect and some direction when you’re out there. Subscribe: more trail guides coming asap! My Bike: YT Jeffsy CF Pro Front Tire: Rear Tire: Grips: Pedals: Cassette: […]

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How to find people to go hiking and backpacking with? | Facebook, reddit, REI an more

Before we met, I remember that it was sometimes hard for me to convince some of my friends to hike with me, either because of interest in different things or simply because of different time schedules. I tried different ways to find people to hike with. Some of them are mentioned in this video: 1- Facebook Groups 2- Meetup Groups 3- REI classes and outings 4- Reddit communities 5- Make friends on the trail We are Habiba […]

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