Posts Tagged ‘wilderness’


Climbing Browns Peak – Four Peaks Arizona

Took my camera along for the climb up Maricopa County’s tallest mountain, Browns Peak. Rising to 7657′, this is one of a group of “four peaks” easily … source


Venus Baths Bush Walk, Grampians Region

A short stroll from Halls Gap (2.3 km return) Venus Baths … source


Germany in 4K | Backpacking, Hiking, and Camping the Palatinate Forest

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Greased pole climbing competition in India!

Greased pole climbing a part of Hornbill Festival, Nagaland. The traditional sport is very common among most Naga tribes. Three competitors from each tribe is … source


An Introduction to Canoe/ Kayak Camping

Join Morrall River Films as they introduce you to the exciting world of Canoe /kayak camping. Through stunning videography and original music by Jerry … source


Students taking rappelling lessons near Manali in Himachal Pradesh, North India

Abseiling, also called rappelling, is the controlled descent down a rock face using a rope. Climbers use this technique when a cliff or slope is too steep and/or … source


Indian mountaineers practice ice climbing with ropes – Everest expedition

Indian Army team takes up the most challenging sports on the magnificent Himalayan mountains. The holds are not very strong and firm like rocks. The holds … source


Pacific Crest Trail 2017 | The Sierra (during a 200% above average snow year)

After finally leaving Kennedy Meadows I hiked about 50 miles north and got off via Kearsarge Pass into Lone Pine – cute, little western town where I was able to … source


Expatriate women dine at a middle rung restaurant in India

This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia … source


Serac climbing to practice on Everest, crampons on boots and ice axes in hand

Watch the mountaineer screw in an ice screw as he uses a pair of ice axes to do tip-top climbing up a large serac in the Khumbu Icefall of Everest, while wearing … source

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