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The BEST Value Woods Chest Holster (Hunting, Hiking, Backpacking)

We’ve been looking for the perfect hiking, hunting, backpacking chest holster for quite a while now. Most holsters are too bulky, the straps are too thick, and belt holsters get in the way of the hip straps on a big backpack. We finally found the perfect chest holster. It is very light, very well-made, and very sleek. It’s hand made, and very reasonably priced. Check out the website: -————————————————om/shop SUPPORT us by using our AMAZON Affiliate link: […]

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Army Ranger Gives 5 Hiking Tips YOU DIDN’T KNOW, you didn’t know (you didn’t know) #didntknow

John gives Five Hiking Tips on a hike up Mount Longgonot and Oloonongot Crater during their 10-Day Adventure to Kenya. Join the Warrior Poet Society Network! – WARRIOR POET LINKS – Warrior Poet WEBSITE – – Warrior Poet STORE – – Amazon Store – – Reading List – – WAR POET Pistol – – TRIPS with the Society – – Emergency FOOD – SUPPORT the Channel – PATREON | PARTNERS: – Sportsman’s Guide | – Sentara Investors […]

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Red River Gorge Trail Guide: Whittleton Arch Trail

In this video, Angell and I, along with our daughter Avery, explore Whittleton Arch Trail (#217). This trail, which we began at the Whittleton Campground, is accessible via the Sheltowee Trace, aka Whittleton Branch Trail. It’s a pleasant, gentle hike suitable for hikers of all ages and skill levels. Whittleton Arch is a great place for exploring, with lots of nooks and crannies that can easily occupy a day of exploring. If you enjoyed this video, please […]

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🔥 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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HIKING GEAR FOR BEGINNERS 2021

An in depth look into what I pack for day hikes, and overnight or multi-day hikes. Most hikes I pack for are done in the Victorian High Country/Victorian Alps. I show you what sleeping gear and tent I take, cooking utensils and gear as well as clothing, safety equipment and much more. Majority of this hiking gear has been purchased recently in 2020 in Australia and is easily accessible in hiking and outdoor stores. Hiking gear can […]

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Hiking to the Highest Point in Texas – Guadalupe Peak

If you liked this video, please consider supporting us on Patrons get to watch episodes early, and are only charged when we release a FULL episode. Thank you! Soundtrack for this episode: T-Shirts: In this episode, we went hiking and camping in Guadalupe Mountains National Park. We drove out to West Texas, staying at Van Horn the night before heading into the park. We then hiked the Salt Basin Overlook trail on the first day. We had […]

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Is Hiking Too Expensive? What We Spend and How We Save

Wait, hiking costs how much per year?! Yeah, hiking can get EXPENSIVE. But remember, we’re including everything including the gas to and from the hikes, which is the biggest expense, and also hiking gear and overnight accommodations. In the end, if you use our tips for keeping costs down, hiking is a far less expensive hobby than almost anything else people do to entertain themselves. And way healthier and more fun! #hiking #budget #travel 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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Hiking in Japan – Backpacking to the Highest point in Tokyo

If you liked this video, please consider supporting us on Thank you! Backpacking, hiking, and camping in Japan is a possibility just outside of Tokyo. We go to Mount Kumotori and, with views of Mt. Fuji and distant Japanese cities, experience the wilderness in the land of the rising sun. The original soundtrack for this episode is available here: Featuring drums by Nate Laguzza at YouTube.com/nbldrums –PLAN YOUR TRIP– Total Distance: 24km/15mi Okatama Station: Nanatsuishi Hut: –SCENE […]

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3 skills I learned from hiking alone

In this video I talk about 3 things that I’ve learned from hiking alone that you should be aware of if you’re considering going yourself As quintessentially introvert-like as it is, I looove hiking alone. It’s a bit like a meditation for me because I’m present and absorbing where I am, when I’m there. But while I’ve always enjoyed doing it, I also sometimes felt (and still feel) a bit worried and anxious about going – because […]

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