Haversack Kit Winter Camping Weekend Fail!!!

Alright guys today’s video is gonna be on my weekend long have a sec bushcraft trip this would be the first time I’m not using a traditional backpack I’m just using my bedroll and my I have a sack right so I also have my bushcraft low underneath all of that underneath my hoodie this […]

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Our Crazy Experience Building & Sleeping in an Igloo! – Winter Camping Snow Fort

Our Crazy Experience Building & Sleeping in an Igloo! – Winter Camping Snow Fort

>>MAT: Alright, in this video we’re going to show you how we built this igloo and we’re going to sleep in it for a night to see how it feels. [MUSIC PLAYING]>>DANIELLE: It took us three days to build this igloo not three full days but we built the blocks the snow blocks one day […]

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Winter Backpacking | Solo Camping The Colorado Rockies

Winter Backpacking | Solo Camping The Colorado Rockies

Hey guys, it’s the last day of November here in Colorado and we just got our second big snow of the year. Now I have a chance here to get out for the night and do an overnighter in the pike National Forest This is going to be a solo trip, and I’m not too […]

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Our Crazy Experience Building & Sleeping in an Igloo! – Winter Camping Snow Fort

>>MAT: Alright, in this video we’re going to show you how we built this igloo and we’re going to sleep in it for a night to see how it feels. [MUSIC PLAYING]>>DANIELLE: It took us three days to build this igloo not three full days but we built the blocks the snow blocks one day […]

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Our Crazy Experience Building & Sleeping in an Igloo! – Winter Camping Snow Fort

>>MAT: Alright, in this video we’re going to show you how we built this igloo and we’re going to sleep in it for a night to see how it feels. [MUSIC PLAYING]>>DANIELLE: It took us three days to build this igloo not three full days but we built the blocks the snow blocks one day […]

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Tent or Tarp Snow Anchoring Helpful Steps | Winter Camping Tips

Tent or Tarp Snow Anchoring Helpful Steps | Winter Camping Tips

Let’s go over how to pitch any tent or tarp in the snow. Make sure to choose an area that is much larger than the footprint of your shelter. Use your boots skis or snowshoes to compact the area underneath your shelter. Now wait 10 or 15 minutes for the completed area to freeze. Now […]

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Layering Underquilts, Top Quilts and Sleeping Bags for Deep Winter Camping

Layering Underquilts, Top Quilts and Sleeping Bags for Deep Winter Camping

hey everybody it’s Shug here. Come along with me what I want to show you today is how you can stack your under quilts so you can get to some lower temperatures you can stack your top quilts you can stack your sleeping bag you can put a top quilt inside a sleeping bag and […]

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Snow Camping in the Sierras – Snowshoeing Pulling a Sled ❄

Snow Camping in the Sierras – Snowshoeing Pulling a Sled ❄

Misty is using paracord attached to her sled which made for too much slack, although the PVC poles helped a little. Oops! Tripped on the darned sled! We are fast workers!!! Getting ready for our bonfire, and to burn all the wood we schlepped up the mountain! Frog Lake is at 8,700 feet elevation. Elephant […]

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Sea to Summit Talus Sleeping Bag

Sea to Summit Talus Sleeping Bag

The first of our bags to use water-repellent ultra dry down. The Talus series is filled with the highest quality 750 plus loft European down. Like all of our bags, each Talus Sleeping Bag comes with a certificate from the International Down Feather Laboratory identifying the precise fill power and composition of the down. The […]

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