Pulk and Tent on the Snow – February overnight

Pulk and Tent on the Snow – February overnight

It’s the beginning of february. I’m doing an overnighter The first trip with the new pulk Deep loose snow Tough skiing The pulk jibs at Like if it wants to go home Dusk arrives at three o’clock I’m tired And decides to set camp My brown igloo may be small and temporary But gives a […]

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Backpacking Equipment Tips : Repairing Inflatable Sleeping Pads

Backpacking Equipment Tips : Repairing Inflatable Sleeping Pads

One of the most common problems with backpacking equipment is that your Thermarest or your inflatable sleeping pad will get a hole in it. So that is really important to know how to fix it because you won’t have to just buy another one every time it gets a little hole so what I do […]

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My bikepacking setup, in the wild!

My bikepacking setup, in the wild!

so I’m out on a little solo bikepacking trip, two-day one night thing the plan is to climb up Mount Haruna see if I can find a place to camp but about halfway up, thunder came in and it started getting a bit too close for comfort so I descended back down about 2k and […]

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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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What to Bring on Camping Trips : How to Choose a Sleeping Pad for your Camping Trip

What to Bring on Camping Trips : How to Choose a Sleeping Pad for your Camping Trip

Hi, this is Bruce Lessels from Zoar Outdoor for expertvillage.com talking about camping. While your sleeping bag takes care of the comforter and the sheets and that blanket that you wear at night, your sleeping pad is going to take care of the mattress. This is really the insulation between you and the ground. Probably […]

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Fjelltur med fiske i Nord-Østerdalen

Fjelltur med fiske i Nord-Østerdalen

Tough, old and wet women in the wild! This is more rain than we expected! Now it’s possible to see Rausjøpiggen in the distance (the mountain near the lake we want to visit). Look 🙂 Yes – far away I can see it in the fog. Our goal is in sight! Hello Tove, now you […]

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Whats in my bag – Wild Camping and Landscape Photography

Whats in my bag – Wild Camping and Landscape Photography

oh hi guys how you doing so I know a lot apologies for how long this has taken me to do a lot of you been asking what I have with me when I do my wild camping and landscape photography trips so I thought I’d go through everything I bring with me on my […]

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One essential piece of kit when wild camping / backpacking ? Exped 9 LW

One essential piece of kit when wild camping / backpacking ? Exped 9 LW

right wheres this comment yeah so as you know I’m doing these short videos just trying to answer some of the comments that I get in the YouTube videos I’m finding it harder and harder to reply to every comment taping I owe you so I thought I’d do some videos so they may be […]

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Top 5 Must-Have Pieces of Gear for Winter Camping

Top 5 Must-Have Pieces of Gear for Winter Camping

Hi, I’m Eric Hanson and on this episode of Backpacking TV I’m going to be talking about my five absolute must-have gear pieces that you need on your winter camping trip. Having the right gear makes all the difference for winter camping and I want to tell you about a few of my favorite pieces […]

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