EUROPE BY TRAIN

EUROPE BY TRAIN

Ok one minute to get the train! Let’s go! I love cities like this… Cobblestone streets, beautiful old buildings colorful, rustic, it’s awesome. I’m diggin it! The food is good the food is local and I am happy and I have beer! Just got into Budapest! Yesssssss!!!! Oh my god guys! Look at how fricking […]

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Jazzed About Nature Podcast | Episode 2: Black Girls Trekkin

Jazzed About Nature Podcast | Episode 2: Black Girls Trekkin

Jasmine: “Oh, you like hiking and camping. I didn’t think that you’d be into that.” The comment came from a friend after hearing about one of my latest camping trips. It was around the time that I joined a club for adventure seekers in college. There were no other black people in the group and […]

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Husky Sleeping Bag Anapurna -28°C – Review [ENG SUB]

Hello everybody, my name is Nikola from blog www.letseethat.com In this video i will talk about Sleeping bag Anapurna, brand Husky from Czech. Package bag size for sleeping bag is 40 x 26 cm (1.31 x 0.85 feet). The weight of the bag is 2,2kg And maximal recommended body height that can fit inside of […]

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Tent & Sleeping Bag – Selecting

Tent & Sleeping Bag – Selecting

Camping out is a great way to spend time with your family or friends. But make sure you have the right equipment. If you’re traveling by car and camping, pick your tent based on how many people you’ll need to shelter. If it rains and you’re stuck inside, you don’t want to be crowded. If […]

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How I Packed My Pack On The PCT

How I Packed My Pack On The PCT

Hey y’all Dixie here today, I want to talk to you about how I packed my pack during my PCT thru hike Now if you’re like I was before my first backpacking trip I had all of my stuff laid out all of my gear just strode everywhere And I was looking at my pack […]

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Duffle&Co – Embrace The Change

Like many Millennials we feel uneasy about our future. In particular growing inequality and social injustice. But in a fast-paced world we’re losing what it means to stay truly connected to each other and the planet. Because we have a responsibilty to support those who can’t create change themselves. During our journey and all the […]

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What It Feels Like to Sleep on the Side of a Mountain

– [Narrator] What’s the highest you’ve ever slept at? – [Mark] Almost a mile. When you don’t have a fear of heights, it’s not really scary. It’s like being in the craziest tree house that you could possibly imagine. – [Narrator] That’s Mark Sinnett. He’s a professional rock climber, and he’s talking about sleeping in […]

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Sleeping in Storm – Kebnekaise 2018 (*with subtitles)

So I have just start walking My backpack is with me I left the mountain station very late around midnight – 1 am I get muscle cramp here So I must turn back otherwise it can be critical The wind is getting stronger Yesterday I was warned of incoming storm by mountain guides So the […]

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How I climbed a 3,000-foot vertical cliff — without ropes | Alex Honnold

How I climbed a 3,000-foot vertical cliff — without ropes | Alex Honnold

Hello. I’d like to show you guys 30 seconds of the best day of my life. (Applause) So that was El Capitan in California’s Yosemite National Park, and in case you couldn’t tell, I was climbing by myself without a rope, a style of a climbing known as free soloing. That was the culmination of […]

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