Bassi Falls CA- FURY! Backpacking Eldorado National Forest- Sierra Nevada Waterfalls-hike Lake Tahoe

Bassi Falls CA- FURY! Backpacking Eldorado National Forest- Sierra Nevada Waterfalls-hike Lake Tahoe

I’ve been to Bassi Falls many times. I wanted to show you folks what it’s like, if you’ve never seen it. Two miles Pretty easy hike. Let’s go check it out. OK. Now I’ve got the backpack on. My plan is to … hike to Middle Bassi Falls. So I’ve been to that one before […]

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Backpacking Camp Cooking : Camp Cooking Fuels

Backpacking Camp Cooking : Camp Cooking Fuels

When you go camping and if you decide to buy a propane stove or some kind of stove that uses fuel in order to cook your food it’s really, really important to go ahead and use that and see you know, go ahead and use up a whole tank of propane. It’s not very expensive […]

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Backpacking Rain Gear : Backpacking Rain Gear: Pants

Backpacking Rain Gear : Backpacking Rain Gear: Pants

Something else that’s important in addition to having a rain jacket, is, you’ve got to have rain pants. I wouldn’t say that they’re as important. Because, I mean, if it, unless it’s really, really, coming down hard, your legs aren’t going to get that wet, and if it’s warm outside, you probably don’t have to […]

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Backpacking & Camping Tips : Food for Backpacking Trips

Backpacking & Camping Tips : Food for Backpacking Trips

Hi I’m Richard Fields. In this clip we are going to talk about how to buy food for your back packing trip. First of all you are going to want to calculate how many days you are going to be out and the number of meals you are going to need. The dinner meals if […]

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Backpacking Stoves & Cooking : Backpacking Cooking Pot Care

Backpacking Stoves & Cooking : Backpacking Cooking Pot Care

You have got to take care of your gear and when you are using your cook pots if you have aluminum pots with Teflon you are not going to take your stainless steel spoon and scrape through that so remember use some plastic utensils. They sell plastics that will break but if you get a […]

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Backpacking Rain Gear : Backpacking Rain Gear: Jackets

Backpacking Rain Gear : Backpacking Rain Gear: Jackets

When you’re backpacking one of the most important things is to remember to try to keep dry because if you get cold and wet, it’s much, much more difficult to get warm so one of the most important things is to look at rain gear. No matter where you’re going, what time of the year, […]

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Backpacking Clothes : Backpacking Pants

Backpacking Clothes : Backpacking Pants

As far as pants are concerned a, when you’re backpacking just regular like athletic shorts are really good because they’re made out of synthetic material so they’ll wick the sweat and any rain away from your body really quickly and they’ll dry really quickly too. So if you’re expecting to go hiking in the summer […]

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Spring Backpacking the Ganaraska Hiking Trail, part 2

Spring Backpacking the Ganaraska Hiking Trail, part 2

I just made it to victoria lake, its pretty windy and wavy as you can see. So supposedly this section of the trail is called, well… they say its extremely rugged and non-maintained. Definitely not maintained as well as the rest of it and uh its pretty rugged compared to the rest of the trail […]

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UNBOXING Portable Backpacks: LL Bean Stowaway Daypack 22L Version 2016 / 2017

UNBOXING Portable Backpacks: LL Bean Stowaway Daypack 22L Version 2016 / 2017

Hello guys this is Gary, I’m going to do a package opening today as you can see I got this from LL. Bean it’s there stowaway daypack they claim it’s their lightest pack ever daypack weights in at 14 ounces and stows in its own built-in travel packet adjustable waist belt sternum strap padded shoulder […]

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Backpacking Clothes : Backpacking Shirts

Backpacking Clothes : Backpacking Shirts

As far as how much clothing you should bring really depends on how long your trek is going to be. You’re going to have to get used to wearing dirty clothes basically cause you can’t always find a place, right time to wash them and then let them dry. So, for a weeklong trip, I […]

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