Archive for the ‘Gear’ Category

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Camping Gear: Steger Camuks Xtreme – 50campfires

The Steger Camuks Xtreme are up to the challenge in rough conditions. From snow, to water and extreme cold the Camuks will keep warm and dry. The Steger … source

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Details of my winter hike (and a important update on my $900 Gear Giveaway)

GEAR GIVEAWAY CONTEST: Follow instructions in this video to get entered: Sub to Monthly Newsletter … source

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Hilleberg Akto

You can also watch on my website: bushmanswildhiking.blogspot.com for bushcraft, survival, hiking tips, reviews, gear, cooking. source

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Hello, Arctic.

Earlier this year our good friend Keith Ladzinski headed south into some of the most dangerous terrain known to man, the icy world of Antarctica. The video is … source

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Best Camping Essential? Aennon Headlamp Review

Amazon: Amazon UK: Get Paid To Travel: … source

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Five Things I Take On Every Winter Hike | My 5 Winter Hiking Essentials

With winter hiking season back upon us I thought it would be a good time to talk about 5 winter hiking essentials. I take these 5 things on every winter hike I go … source

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Outdoor Adventure Gear

Outdoor Adventure Gear reviews and information for the outdoor person. Books, guides, gps and gear for camping, rock … source

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Fern Canyon in Redwoods National and State Park | S1E30

We hiked a bit of Fern Canyon in the Redwoods National and State Park. It was like nothing I had ever seen before! Truly beautiful. I loved how the plants seem … source

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Stansport Pop Up Privacy Shelter Gear Review – 50 Campfires

It literally sets up in 3 seconds, and it’s made from 90 D nylon so it’s not going to fall apart after a few uses. It’s also seven feet tall, so if you’re an NBA player you … source

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DIY Ultralight Backpacks – What I’ve learned along the way

Update: Genevieve and I started our own Canadian based business selling ultralight backpacking gear after completing the Continental Divide Trail. source

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