Posts Tagged ‘backpacking’


Gear Review: REI® Zip-O-Gage® Thermometer

The REI® Zip-O-Gage® Thermometer is a must-have addition to your outdoor gear stash. Its simple but effective purpose is to keep you always informed of the temperature, no matter where you… source


John Muir Trail Hiking Gear 2014 (32 lbs.)

An in depth look at the gear and food that I carry for all my back country hikes in the Sierra. source


My Hygiene Routine on the PCT

Where do you poop? How do you keep clean? How do you take care of your feet? What do you do about your period? In this video I take you through my entire hygiene routine from the time I wake… source


Outdoorsmanlab Mummy Sleeping Bag + Sleeping Pad Review + Trekology Pillows

️Outdoorsmanlabs Mummy Bag ️Outdoorsmanlabs Sleeping Pad ️ ☁️Trekology Ultralight Pillow☁ source


Climbing up mount Barro on Lake Como – Sony A6000 video test – A Wop back home – The Traveling Wop

Time to gear up! I was thinking about it for a while, and I finally took the step. This video is just a test on my new camera, the Sony A6000. But I didn’t wanna leave you with a boring video,… source


Abenteuerland – TIP – Jack Wolfskin – Iceland 3 in 1 Jacke

Hallo Freunde! Die Iceland habe ich im Winter unter extremen Bedingungen an der stürmischen Küste Dänemarks und im harten Revieralltag getestet. source


Gear Review: REI® Lookout 40

The REI® Lookout 40 is a fantastic pack for just about any kind of outdoor activity. It works well as a day pack or overnight pack, carries a lot of gear, and is durable. I have a few minor… source


New River Gorge Climbing (Part 1)

Day 1 of climbing in the New River Gorge, West Virginia. We went to the “Kaymoor Slabs” section of the Endless Wall crag. I climbed 3 different routes, and attempted a difficult one. The routes… source


Compact, Peg-less Travel Clothesline Review

We purchased this peg-less travel clothesline by Rick Steves for our 9 month backpacking trip through South East Asia. Sells for around US$10. For more … source


What’s In My Pack – Laurel Highlands Hiking Trail

This is the load I carried on a 2.5 day, 21 mile trip on the Laurel Highlands Hiking Trail. My base weight was just under 12 pounds. The nighttime lows were in the 40’s while the highs were… source

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