• Hiking and Camping in Kazakhstan. July 2016
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    Hiking and Camping in Kazakhstan. July 2016

    Hey guys, my friends and i decided to get together and go on a hike! One of the friends… ugh… One of my friends who’s going with me, or rather I am going with him, is my good friend Dima. Dmitry is a doctor. Please let them know where we are going. Hey, everybody! We decided to go the Big Almaty Peak via Shymbulak. So our goal today is to get to Mynzhylky and spend the night there Then tomorrow proceed to T1 station and hit two passes: “Molodezhniy” and “Soviet” Which would bring us to the “Kumbel Su” canyon located in not to far from the Big Almaty Lake…

  • Camping Doku, Wild Campen Adventure trip
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    Camping Doku, Wild Campen Adventure trip

    During 3 days 3 friends fought there way through the woods of Germany. The compass showed them the way. Besides, they slept under free sky, conquered many obstacles and experienced thus a small adventure directly before the front door. The city we have left behind us and now we are running just next to a gravel pit. Matze has a little too much in his backpack. Now the shoulders already hurt him. We just found an old military hall. Earlier we have also found something metal what we didn´t want to touch. Well let’s see where we get out again. Here you have to be careful, that can realy hurt…

  • BACKPACKING AFGHANISTAN | Wakhan Corridor
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    BACKPACKING AFGHANISTAN | Wakhan Corridor

    The Wakhan Corridor is a remote and mountainous region of Badakhshan Province, located in north eastern Afghanistan. Traveling in Afghanistan is difficult, but some areas like the Wakhan have remained relatively safe. We’re on our 3rd blown tire, but that’s because the roads here are really bad. I entered through Tajikistan, and hired a 4×4 to reach the village of Sarhad-e Broghil. From Sarhad I began a 10-day trek into the mountains. After 2 days of driving, and about a day of getting permits, I’m now starting my journey into the Afghan Wakhan. The Wakhan is extremely isolated, surrounded by rugged snow-capped peaks of the Pamir and Hindu Kush ranges.…

  • MSR Elixir 2 Hiking Tent – How to Setup – Key Features – How to Use Review
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    MSR Elixir 2 Hiking Tent – How to Setup – Key Features – How to Use Review

    – Hi, I’m Hannah from Tentworld in Warana, on the Sunshine Coast, and we’re going to have a look at a hiking tent today, the MSR Elixir 2. As you can see it comes packed down fairly small in its case and it weighs 2.64 kilos packed down. So we’re gonna have a look at setting it up. So this is a four season tent, so that means you can use it pretty much every weather condition. It’s super breathable which means you can use it in hot Australian summers even if it’s humid, but it can also withstand really bad weather so if you wanted to go off on…

  • Wild camp & Landscape Photography, Glyder Fach Snowdonia
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    Wild camp & Landscape Photography, Glyder Fach Snowdonia

    slide that down Oh looking good Oh oh wow this is an unbelievable effort I’m exhausted I’m not feeling this at all really really nice morning no air! absolutely still at anything that’s crazy crazy I’m just gonna wander over towards the sunrise direction try not to fall over these rocks it is better pink in the sky from the vapor trails really a lot of low-level cloud so Oh of the rock so they’ve had a place somewhere see I set the tripod up in get quick snap that’s probably gonna be straight back to bed I’m absolutely ZAPPED you’re gonna be in a vlog this is amazing WHAT…

  • Backpacking Gear & Tips : Shoe Fitting for Camping & Backpacking
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    Backpacking Gear & Tips : Shoe Fitting for Camping & Backpacking

    I’m going to talk a little bit about shoe fit now. When you go to an outfitter, there’s going to be someone there who’s going to be a boot fitter. And it’s their job to find the right boot or shoe for you. And their going to have an idea of, in their stock, what the different fits are for their boots. So pick their brain a little bit and find out what they know about the shoes that they carry perhaps even others. When they pick out a few for you, when you get them on your feet you?re going to have to do a couple things. The first…

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    Wild camp & Landscape Photography, Glyder Fach Snowdonia

    slide that down Oh looking good Oh oh wow this is an unbelievable effort I’m exhausted I’m not feeling this at all really really nice morning no air! absolutely still at anything that’s crazy crazy I’m just gonna wander over towards the sunrise direction try not to fall over these rocks it is better pink in the sky from the vapor trails really a lot of low-level cloud so Oh of the rock so they’ve had a place somewhere see I set the tripod up in get quick snap that’s probably gonna be straight back to bed I’m absolutely ZAPPED you’re gonna be in a vlog this is amazing WHAT…

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    Carinthia Observer Plus Biwakzelt IRR – Testbericht Gear Review

    Hey Guys today i introduce you to the Bivy Tent Observer Plus from Carinthia. I’ve already tested it for a while and will tell you a little bit about it. Have fun and see you later! The bivy tent of Carinthia, in contrast to a normal bivy bag has free-standing poles that forms a kind of dome at the head end. Through this expanded space, the one-man tent is good for observation, wildlife photography as a hiding place or for hunting. Of course it can also be used as inconspicuous weatherproof one-man camping tent. The Observer Plus will be delivered in a spacious pack sack with compression straps and has,…

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    βœ”οΈ Best Camping Pot! – The Toaks 750ml Pot – Review

    hello hello everyone I am back this Brian with ZimCo Survival and today I’m gonna go ahead and do a review for you guys on one component of my ultralight cooking kit now I’ve already done reviews on the two larger pots but this is the Toaks 750 ml pot typically my kit and I’ll go ahead and do reviews on these as well for in just a second but this is part of my ultralight cooking kit now if I’m going out alone I’ll bring this if I’m going out with myself and my wife I’ll bring the Toaks 1100 ml pot and if I’m going out with a…

  • Introduction to the Tour de Mont Blanc and how we got to Chamonix
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    Introduction to the Tour de Mont Blanc and how we got to Chamonix

    Hello, our friends! It’s Angelina and Dima here from Walking Nature World and today we are starting the tour de Mont Blanc hike. This trail is around 150kms in total and it goes around the summit of Mont Blanc. It crosses France, Italy and Switzerland. So it’s quite an international hike. And for us it’s probably won’t be the longest hike we’ve done because we’ve already done the Camino de Santiago and it was around 500kms. But definetely most high elevation one and possibly one of the most challenging. We are planning to do it in 8 or 9 days. But it will depend a lot on the weather conditions…