9 Pound Ultralight Backpacking Gear List
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9 Pound Ultralight Backpacking Gear List

– Hi, Adventure Alan here. I’ve been backpacking for over 50 years, and I’ve been ultralight backpacking for the last 20 of those, and I’d like to share my experience with you. Today we’re gonna talk about my nine pound, full comfort, lightweight, gear list, which I believe is the best backpacking gear on the market. Not only for me,…

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Emory & Henry College Semester-A-Trail

The Appalachian Trail renewed my faith in humanity. You know I went out there thinking I was going to be this solo hiker and it was just going to be this backwoods challenge. And it really turned into a wonderful community experience. And people helped us and opened their homes to us and I had so many genuine conversations with…

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Appalachian Trail – WHY WE HIKE (updated)

Today’s December 20th 2009 and I just spent the last two hours shoveling out my driveway and the sidewalk and while I was doing that I was thinking about hiking and all the great people I met while hiking the Appalachian Trail and seems kinda silly, I know, but today December 20th was the day that those three thru hikers…

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New Hampshire Appalachian: Trail My home is a tent

Alright, here we are another update! So I’m in New Hampshire right now working at a hostel in the Appalachian trail! Incase you don’t know, because I didn’t when I got here, the Appalachian trail goes from Georgia all the way to Maine, 2,000 miles long. It takes these hikers 5 months to do it. It’s absolutely insane. Once they…

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“Trail Brothers” – myATstory
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“Trail Brothers” – myATstory

The plan was for me to hike from New York City to the A.T., and I thought that would be an amazing thing to say. So I looked it up and realized that I can get from Harlem, New York City, over that George Washington Bridge … … and just hike to the A.T. I wanted my brother to do…

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First responders tell how they rescued fallen hiker
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First responders tell how they rescued fallen hiker

well it’s one of the best views along the Appalachian Trail that can also be dangerous very dangerous 10news reporter Bertram our talati explains how first responders handle rescue operations on McAfee nob and what they want you to know to stay safe of all the emergencies this year Bryan cling appeal of Roanoke County Fire and Rescue says getting…

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Hiking Sugarland Mountain Trail Opening Day
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Hiking Sugarland Mountain Trail Opening Day

hi I see you found my channel again welcome back so the National Park Service through a very good wrench into my plans and today’s Friday October the 26th and today because the Park Service decided to open up this trail we’ll head out Sugarland mountain trail all the way down the Huskie gap and go out husky Gap I’ve…

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