Posts Tagged ‘Backpack’

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Winter Backpacking the Laurel Highlands Hiking Trail Pennsylvania

The Laurel Highlands hiking trail runs 70 miles from Johnstown PA to Ohiopyle PA. The trail travels through several state parks, private and state gamelands. source

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Camping Tents/ Camping Bags / Camping Equipment

50% Off on Camping Gear Go to; Best review about latest camping tents, camping bags and camping equipment. Compare … source

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Camelbak Lobo Hydration Pack Review

Simple, lightweight, and functional. The Camelbak lobo is an excellent choice for hikers and climbers who want to have carrying capacity but are concerned … source

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Lightweight Backpacking in Sarek – The GEAR

About backpacking light, talking gear and lightweight attitude. Trekking in Sarek National Park. Patreon support Paypal … source

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AT Post Gear Review

This is a look at what I carried for two and a half months on the Appalachian Trail for 972 miles. This is not a in depth look at each piece of gear but just a quick … source

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Allpa 35L Adventure Travel Pack

Learn more at cotopaxi.com/allpa. The Allpa is a rugged, carry-on-compatible, 35-liter backpack system built for adventure travel. source

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The Linville Gorge – 3 Day Backpacking the Grand Loop

The Linville Gorge, also known as the grand canyon of North Carolina, is a wilderness area maintained by the United States Forest Service. It features … source

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Black Diamond Backpack Gecko Infinity 50/Hiking/Climbing…Appalachian Trail Gear

Appalachian Trail Gear…Hiking/Climbing Black Diamond Gecko Infinity 50 GARDENING,camping hiking BOB bugoutbag bol tealite pop can stove survival outdoors cooking fire ultralite… source

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Beginners Backpacking Series part 2- Choosing a backpack- Part 3 will continue with pack size

Beginners backpacking series part 2- choosing a backpack. how to measure the torso. uptrail71: Backpacking, Hiking, Hammock Camping, Gear Reviews, and … source

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Kayaking the Clarion River

This trip was super peaceful and very enjoyable. Though the water levels were a bit low we only had to pull the kayaks a couple times. Camping is great on the … source

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