LEKI Corklite Trekking Poles
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LEKI Corklite Trekking Poles

At just 17 and a half ounces per pair, the LEKI Corklite Trekking Poles offer reliable stability, ease of use and the high quality that you would expect from LEKI. The standout feature here as the name suggests, these are the Corklite. So they are very lightweight and they also have a cork grip. So the first thing I want…

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Baby Backpacking – Hiking with your Child
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Baby Backpacking – Hiking with your Child

Hi, my name is Jenna Halfacre and this is Ryan Halfacre. Today we’re going to talk about techniques and gear you need for backpacking with your baby. The first thing we’re going to talk about is carrying options. The two carrying options we use most are a backpack carrier or a Moby style wrap carrier The benefits of a backpack…

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Dresser Island Hike
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Dresser Island Hike

Narrator: Dresser Island lies only 20 miles north of the heart of downtown St. Louis on the Mississippi River. In many ways, this restored wetland seems a world away from the urban center not far from its banks. Here visitors can explore the island year round, but for some hardy adventurers who are looking for a different experience, the cold…

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Backpacking Roger’s Pass | Revelstoke BC | VLOG Part 2
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Backpacking Roger’s Pass | Revelstoke BC | VLOG Part 2

(footsteps crunching) – [Videographer] Whoa, that’s way too close. – I wanna be personal. (mumbles) you, the viewer (laughs). (upbeat techno music) Our guide is up ahead (panting). So, I just met up with Emelie. She is a local Mountain Guide here in Revelstoke. And, together, we’re doin’ some hiking. We’re gonna be spending the night in a mountain hut.…

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