Making the Most of Your WTA Backpack

Making the Most of Your WTA Backpack

One of our primary goals here at Washington Trails Association: help you get outside and find your next favorite trail. Having a My Backpack account on wta.org makes researching your adventures just a little bit easier. After you register for a My Backpack account, start saving and organizing your hikes. Search for hikes in our […]

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💙CRUISING GREECE ⁄⁄ CatCreature 💙

💙CRUISING GREECE ⁄⁄ CatCreature 💙

-find stairs! wait no, elevator! thank you thank you -so look around, feel at home, if you need any help im here we’re wearing both of my prom dresses, and my mom is wearing lilith’s prom dress. so we’re really making.. an economical situation out of this pretty! hi! let’s go downstairs – *snickers* look […]

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Backpacking across Lapland Sarek National Park

Backpacking across Lapland Sarek National Park

Today we’ll talk about out trek in Swedish Lapland Sarek National Park Do you also wanna do it? Watch the video ! Our hand luggage is a bag of food You need to know it Small trolley. Designed for mini-humans It doesn’t work with Jeremy Jacques : The “subway-train” Jeremy : I don’t even know […]

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Ultimate Budget Backpacking Tarp Kit

Ultimate Budget Backpacking Tarp Kit

What’s up guys? So the other week I was on YouTube and I entered a giveaway courtesy of Backcountry Exposure. Which you should go check him out. I will put a link to his channel right here. And I won a Paria Outdoor Product’s Sanctuary SilTarp tarp from Paria Outdoors. Paria Outdoor Products sent me […]

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How to Avoid Back Strain with a Backpack

How to Avoid Back Strain with a Backpack

How to Avoid Back Strain with a Backpack. Avoid back strain, headaches, and neck pain that can be caused by a heavy backpack by following these tips. You will need Backpack and research. Step 1. Purchase a lightweight backpack that is the appropriate size for the user’s age, weight, and height. Do research by consulting […]

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My first time Backpacking the Uinta mountains

My first time Backpacking the Uinta mountains

all right guys we’re out here for another little adventure I’m hiking I actually came up here by myself and I was walking over to the Droid and met my friend Preston that I’ve worked with that’s missing stuff over the years and he decided we’d hike together I had a few friends bill on […]

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What to Wear Backpacking and Hiking in the Winter || REI

What to Wear Backpacking and Hiking in the Winter || REI

hi my name’s Liv personally I love hiking in the wintertime and it isn’t too fun if you’re freezing your buns off the whole time so today we’re going to talk about fine-tuning your layering systems so that you can get the optimal amount of comfort while you’re out on the trail all right so […]

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Granite Gear Nimbus Trace Access 70 Backpack

Granite Gear Nimbus Trace Access 70 Backpack

An excellent balance of weight and performance, the Granite Gear Nimbus Trace Access 70 comfortably carries loads of up to 60 pounds while weighing just four pounds. Let’s take a closer look at this award winning pack. I have taken off the Nimbus Trace Access 70 so we can take a closer look at its […]

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BACKPACKING YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK – CLOUDS REST

BACKPACKING YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK – CLOUDS REST

I’m in Yosemite doing a little backpacking. Clouds Rest I hear different things… I hear 16 miles, I hear 20 miles. It’s supposed to be pretty epic… Leaving from the mist trail, they said Happy Isles but it’s the Mist Trail Been working a lot lately. Grinding, stressing. So I need this. Looking forward to […]

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Product Review – Vanguard Sedona 45 Backpack

Product Review – Vanguard Sedona 45 Backpack

♪ [music] ♪ – Hi, this is Jay P. Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens Review, we’re going to Vanguard’s Sedona 45. This is a great little backpack. They sent one of these to me, I decided to take it out and field test it. So I used it when I went to Yellowstone. What […]

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