Posts Tagged ‘wilderness’

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Joffre Lakes Provincial Park Hike to Matier Glacier

Joffre Lakes Provincial Park is about 3 hours from Vancouver, just past Pemberton. One weekend, my wife, a friend and I drove along the Sea-to-Sky Highway to … source

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Basic rock climbing lesson for students of KVS in Manali

Rock climbing is very interesting and adventurous sport which provides a large platform to perform. Learning rock climb is very easy and interesting. A rock is … source

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Wilderness Wear Adventure Merino T-shirt Review

Full written review: #merino #tshirt #review. source

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Essential Backpacking, Camping Equipment & Items

List of backpacking items: -sturdy footwear (hiking boots)/lightweight sandals -large backpack -small daypack (doubles as a food bag) -fanny pack -compact, … source

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REI Trail Chair Review

Sometimes you just want to take a load off, especially after a hard day of hiking on the trail. If you can put up with the extra bulk, the REI Trail Chair offers easy … source

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Camping Wild, Hiking Laguna de Los Tres, El Chalten

After staying 1 night in a hotel in El Chalten town we hired all of our gear from High Patagonia and began the 10km hike to the top of Laguna de Los Tres, one of … source

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Stealth Camping Scudo Camper Style – A How To

A guide to stealth camping and things to carry. Check out my Blogs at or See my recipes at … source

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Rab Womens Neo Rain Jacket – Gear Road Test

Product Road Test for Rab Women’s Neo Rain Jacket. For full review go to: source

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Everest climbers place ladders and fixed ropes on tricky spots

One of the famous features of climbing Everest are the ladders used to cross crevasses. In the Khumbu Icefall, there are between 20 and 30 crevasses. source

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Stuff Sacks, Dry Bags, and Compression Sacks

Just a little video detailing a few options for storing/separating your gear. Apologies if the terminology is confusing sometimes. – Stuff Sack: Just a Nylon bag with … source

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