Posts Tagged ‘wilderness’


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


Rab Womens Neo Rain Jacket – Gear Road Test

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


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


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


Bivvy Bag Gear Review – Macpac

Ever wondered what it’s like to sleep outdoors in a bivvy bag? The Macpac Alpine Cocoon is a 530 gram (1.1lb) alternative to a tent and provides good … source


Real Survival With No Food; Banking Fires; CAT Tourniquets | #AskPaulKirtley 70

Welcome to Episode 70 of #AskPaulKirtley, where I answer questions about real survival with no food, the best areas for kayaking and wild camping in the UK, … source


Eddie Bauer Point Success Jacket Review.wmv



Yellowstone National Park in 4k | Backpacking, Hiking, and Camping Wyoming

If you liked this video, please consider supporting us on Thank you! With the upcoming National Park Service centennial, we … source


Poison Ivy Falls – Kejimkujik National Park – Backcountry Hiking in Nova Scotia

We take a tour deep in the backcountry in Kejimkujik National Park towards an area of the park called Poison Ivy Falls. There are no actual falls, but there is a lot … source


Artificial rock climbing wall in the Himalaya

Artificial rock climbing wall in the Himalaya, at Woodstock School, Mussoorie. Woodstock is the oldest international boarding school in Asia, and is regularly … source

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