• Summit Camp Under the Stars
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    Summit Camp Under the Stars

    look at that view wow what a place absolutely beautiful today as you can probably see I’ve this got my base layer on at-st may ye I should really have my crampons and ice axe oh but I don’t and it’s sixteen point five degrees according to my car thermometer on our life which is unheard of for the steaming year it’s really maybe as global warm and who knows by just thought as opposed to get a median grumpy I’m not getting it with my socks and crampons why not seize the moment and come for the wild camp so I’ve come to a local hole and there’s just…

  • Evolución HORNILLOS Ultralight – Stove Evolution (Subtitles)
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    Evolución HORNILLOS Ultralight – Stove Evolution (Subtitles)

    we descended from the trees and we start looking for tools each time better tools is Evolution good? sometimes as Myself, yes this video started as I was going thru my stuff and found this old stove I used for years its hard, strong….. but now I found it quite bulky and heavy I did a comparison so you can see how effective new light stoves are between the APG, a metal Lanshan, and the BRS titanium I don´t recommend the Lanshan one I did not have a gas canister for the old stove, It would be nice to compare it to the new ones first prize for price, the…

  • World’s Strong Rubber Bands – DIY Ranger Bands Hiking & Camping with Just Plain Phillip
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    World’s Strong Rubber Bands – DIY Ranger Bands Hiking & Camping with Just Plain Phillip

    Hi friends this is Just Plain Phillip with Go Backpacking. Today I’d like to talk to you about Ranger Bands. Ranger bands are rubber bands which are made of inner tubes. Here’s a inner tube for a wheelbarrow wheel. This one is for a bicycle. So Ranger Bands are easy to make. Cut any width… piece of rubber and you have a rubber band. Now the thicker you make them, the less they will expand So You can take one like this and seal up a bag, like this one. I can put my cook set in this one. Or you can cut some bigger ones… [and] put them on…

  • 2 MONTH PHOTOGRAPHY EXPEDITION – the equipment I bring | camera gear, solar power, camping gear etc.
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    2 MONTH PHOTOGRAPHY EXPEDITION – the equipment I bring | camera gear, solar power, camping gear etc.

    This is such an incredible feeling. It’s almost two and a half months since I left my home to go on this photography… expedition to Ellesmere Island in Canada. And now I’m standing here on my way home… and in less than… like four days…. I’ll be back home in Denmark on my little farm… and I really miss my friends and my family and my little dog. So, I can’t wait… Whoah, this expedition has been challenging in many ways. First of all… everything we had planned almost… changed. And I have never in my life… spent so much time and… so much money on a trip where I…

  • Lightweight Wild Camping Gear Waterfly 40L Rucksack Foldable
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    Lightweight Wild Camping Gear Waterfly 40L Rucksack Foldable

    after them gates hey I want to say thanks to water flight for the 40 litre Rock suck I got governed their Rock suck so I’ll give you a look this is going to be my cat or we’ll camp in spring summer the cat is six a kilograms so lightweight I don’t know if that would come under that is ultimately what oh wait wait wait well cut a look at the bike and there I’ll empty all the contents the actual box that only weighs think it was about 700 drums and it’s got you know cords at the bottom your usual people love what if I rock…

  • Backpacking & Camping Tips : How to Pitch a Tent
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    Backpacking & Camping Tips : How to Pitch a Tent

    Hi I’m Richard Fields. Today we are going to talk about how to pitch a tend. The first thing you are going to want to do is if this tent is new to you set it up at home. Practice with it there. You are not going to want to be out in the wilderness and find out that you don’t have all the parts and have no clue how to set it up. Having done that, the first thing you will want to do whether you choose to use a ground cloth or not is to prepare the ground. You want to select a place that doesn’t have any…

  • How to Pack for a Weekend Camping Trip : How to Pack Tent Poles for Camping
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    How to Pack for a Weekend Camping Trip : How to Pack Tent Poles for Camping

    Hi, this is John Stewart and this is how to pack your tent poles for a weekend camping trip. You don’t want to take and roll up your tent poles with your tent because it takes up a lot of room. So you’re going to pack and stuff down your tent and put it on the inside of your pack. Since your tent poles are normally longer than the inside of your pack, you always want to take and put these on the outside of the pack. You can strap these right on the outside. They don’t have to worry about getting them wet because you’ll have a pack cover…

  • Car Camping, Making Cheese Bush Style
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    Car Camping, Making Cheese Bush Style

    (gun shots echoing) – Good afternoon campers. We’re back out in the Australian bush. Today, we wanted to share a special recipe with you on how you can make cheese while you’re camped in the wilderness. All you need is two simple ingredients just milk and vinegar. In the meantime, let’s swing around and have a look at the camp site. Today we are using also the Esky as a guy-line, so this is something you wouldn’t do in summer. If it was summertime, you would want the Esky underneath the car in the shade. Over here. Christina has just finished making some dough for her raisin bread that she…

  • Backpacking Equipment Tips : Picking Camping Sleeping Bags
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    Backpacking Equipment Tips : Picking Camping Sleeping Bags

    A sleeping bag is a really really important part of your backpacking trip. If you don’t have a good sleeping bag you are going to be uncomfortable and you could even get hypothermia so what you need to do is find out what temperature it is going to be getting down to where ever it is that you are going. My sleeping bag says that it goes down to 20 degrees Fahrenheit. It says it right on the back so typically you can take it almost always at whatever the lowest temperature it is, you don’t want to be in the sleeping bag at that temperature because even though it…