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Montana officials announce plan to boost recreation on Yellowstone River in Billings, Laurel
 
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Montana officials announce plan to boost recreation on Yellowstone River in Billings, Laurel
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Impractical Jokers - Strange Town Makeover (Punishment) | truTV
 
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Sal offers some bizarre suggestions to a local town council. New episodes premiere Thursday, July 16 at 10/9c on truTV New episodes Thursdays at 10/9c on truTV Subscribe to truTV on YouTube: http://full.sc/1s9KQGe Watch Full Episodes for Free: http://full.sc/1rghcLK If laughter is contagious, these guys should be quarantined! Q, Sal, Joe and Murr have entertained each other for years with the most hilarious practical jokes they could imagine. Now these real-life best friends are challenging each other to the most outrageous dares and uproarious stunts ever to be caught on hidden camera. Follow Impractical Jokers on Twitter: http://full.sc/1ubWgY7 Like Impractical Jokers on Facebook: http://full.sc/1CrLTDU truTV Official Site: http://www.trutv.com/ Like truTV on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/truTV Follow truTV on Twitter: https://twitter.com/truTV Follow truTV on Tumblr: http://trutv.tumblr.com/ Get the truTV app: http://full.sc/1sxmeIN Way more truTV! Watch clips, sneak peeks and exclusives from original shows like Comedy Knockout, Those Who Can't and more – plus fresh video from hit shows like Impractical Jokers and The Carbonaro Effect. Impractical Jokers - Strange Town Makeover
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10 Things to do in West Yellowstone Montana
 
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There's so much to do in West Yellowstone, MT, a gateway town to Yellowstone National Park. Living just north of the Park, we have spent a lot of time in that area but we also love the west entrance of West Yellowstone Montana. It's got a very retro, historic ambiance to it with plenty of fun things to do before you even go into the first national park. And it's not just for RV campers. Here are 10 of our favorite things about this wonderful Montana town. Bonus tip: The Slippery Otter pub is a great place to grab a beer. 'Like' this video (really helps me out) and I would love to know your thoughts on this in the comments. Subscribe for new videos: https://goo.gl/C1tTjK Blog: http://travelingmel.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/TravelingMe... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TravelingMel... Filmmaking Stuff (with affiliate links): GoPro Hero4 Black: Buy on Amazon - http://amzn.to/1XgNmZW Lanparte HH-G01Gimbal: Buy on Amazon - http://amzn.to/1SesSBs Nebula 4000 Lite: Buy on Amazon - http://amzn.to/1VdT5BM Sony Rx100 iv: Buy on Amazon - http://amzn.to/2a4QZis Premiere Pro After Effects Panasonic GH4: Buy on Amazon - http://amzn.to/2ahxu7b Sony A7sii: Buy on Amazon - http://amzn.to/2a4R6L5 Rode Wireless Mics: Buy on Amazon - http://amzn.to/1XgNHvH Rode VideoMicro: Buy on Amazon - http://amzn.to/2a4RCZv
Views: 12258 TravelingMel
Outdoor Recreation Resource Management Plan
 
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Charleston Lake Provincial Park Management Plan Assignment
Views: 75 Shari Forsyth
Fabio Wibmer - Fabiolous Escape 2
 
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Join me on my escape from the police in my newest film in Saalbach! Snow, big jumps, angry police, helicopters and big airs. You'll see it all! ► Subscribe for more monthly videos/ Hier abonnieren: https://www.youtube.com/user/fabwibmer?sub_confirmation=1 ►Get the new 1 Million mehrchandise: https://sick-series.com/ Big thanks to Saalbach Hinterglemm and Red Bull for making this project happen! Such a crazy time filming and producing this video. Can't wait to be riding in the summer in Saalbach. Want some infos? Check them here: https://www.saalbach.com/de Also big thanks to Bernhard Niederseer, Florian Hasenauer, Michi Rudolf, Elias Schwärzler, Alex Meliss, Hannes Berger, Roland Hofer for helping! Executive Producer: Bernhard Niederseer Co Producer: Rasoulution Video filmed by: Alex Meliss @alex_meliss Drone shot by: Michi Rudolf R View Productions @r_view_prouctions 2nd Camera/Behind the Scenes camera: Elias Schwärzler @elias_schwärzler Photography/Thumbnail: Hannes Berger @hannesberger_com Paraglide pilot: Fly'n Soul - Florian Hasenauer Head Shaper: Shape Syndicate - Roland Hofer Video edited by: Fabio Wibmer Colour grading and Sound design: Red Bull Media House ►Want to know what protection, bikes, parts and camera equipment I use? Here is a list of all things http://bit.ly/1QwCvpc ►Follow me on: Instagram: http://instagram.com/wibmerfabio (@wibmerfabio) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wibmerfabio Also thanks to everyone of you guys. 1 Million subscribers is crazy. Cheers, Fabio
Views: 3830883 Fabio Wibmer
Backpacking in Glacier National Park, Montana with Glacier Guides and Montana Raft Company
 
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Backpacking in Glacier National Park with Glacier Guides and Montana Raft. May 28, 2008
Plan to Hunt
 
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FWP offers ways to learn how to hunt this fall.
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RV TRIP TIP: Glacier National Park - Going to the Sun Road
 
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One of our favorite RVing destinations in the U.S. is Glacier National Park, where you'll find one of the most spectacular scenic drives in the world: Going to the Sun Road. The road itself is an engineering marvel, but the views are absolutely incredible. If you're afraid of heights, best to sit on the side of the car away from the edge. And don't even think about driving your RV up here. Leave it in one of the campgrounds! We include a look at one of our favorite campgrounds in the park: Apgar, at the west entrance of Going to the Sun Road. We also take one of the greatest easy day hikes in the park, starting at Logan Pass and ending at iconic Hidden Lake and Bearhat Mountain. Even though we took the hike in early July, almost the entire trail was completely snow-covered! As with every other time we've hiked to Hidden Lake, we saw mountain goats along the trail. We actually spotted a total of 7 of them that day! If you haven't yet visited Glacier National Park, hopefully this quick overview of one of the most beautiful parts of the park will encourage you to add it to your bucket list. WONDERING WHAT'S THE BEST GEAR TO USE ON YOUR RV? Here's all of our favorite equipment that we use ourselves and recommend to friends: http://thervgeeks.com/our-favorite-gear/ Join us at http://TheRVgeeks.com for more great RVing content! Full-Time RVers since April, 2003, we share DIY (do it yourself) RV maintenance, repair, travel, upgrade and operational tips & tricks. Many RVers are eager to learn more about using, maintaining and caring for their rigs. We hope our experience can help others go DIY, saving time & money, plus the satisfaction of a job well done. We're handy RVers, not professional technicians. We're happy with the techniques and products we use, but be sure to confirm that all methods and materials you use are compatible with your equipment and abilities. Regardless of what we recommend, consult a professional if you're unsure about working on your RV. Any task you perform or product you purchase based on any information we provide is strictly at your own risk. We sometimes receive products for evaluation at no cost, and The RVgeeks participate in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com. But our opinions are our own, you won’t pay an extra penny, and we only link to products we personally use, love and can recommend to friends with complete confidence. Comments welcome! Thanks for watching! Don't forget to subscribe!
Views: 47994 RVgeeks
10 Favorite Family Activities in Yellowstone National Park
 
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Get a Yellowstone itinerary or family guide here: http://www.yellowstonetrips.com/guidebooks/ There are so many things to do in Yellowstone National Park. Here are ten of our favorite family activities. These are our top tips for visiting yellowstone but don't forget about the surrounding entrances and their communities. Check out our videos on hotsprings, West Yellowstone, trout lake, etc. 'Like' this video (really helps me out) and I would love to know your thoughts on this in the comments. If you are looking for where to stay or hotels, campgrounds, or rv parks in the yellowstone area or other lodging and accommodations, check the blog at https://travelingmel.com Also check out our video on 10 Things to do in West Yellowstone Montana: https://youtu.be/BVQe5D_gPho Subscribe for new videos: https://goo.gl/C1tTjK Blog: http://travelingmel.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/TravelingMe... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TravelingMel... Filmmaking Stuff (with affiliate links): GoPro Hero4 Black: Buy on Amazon - http://amzn.to/1XgNmZW Lanparte HH-G01Gimbal: Buy on Amazon - http://amzn.to/1SesSBs Nebula 4000 Lite: Buy on Amazon - http://amzn.to/1VdT5BM Sony Rx100 iv: Buy on Amazon - http://amzn.to/2a4QZis Premiere Pro After Effects Panasonic GH4: Buy on Amazon - http://amzn.to/2ahxu7b Sony A7sii: Buy on Amazon - http://amzn.to/2a4R6L5 Rode Wireless Mics: Buy on Amazon - http://amzn.to/1XgNHvH Rode VideoMicro: Buy on Amazon - http://amzn.to/2a4RCZv West Yellowstone, Montana, things to do, traveling mel, family travel, europe, adventure, tour, activities, West, gateway town, gateway
Views: 32969 TravelingMel
2013-2014 MT Dining Meal Plan Video
 
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Meet Justin!
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RV TRIP TIP: Mt. Rushmore, Custer SP & the Black Hills of SD
 
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While Mount Rushmore is the most well-known attraction in the Black Hills of South Dakota, there are lots of great things to see and do here. We just scratched the surface on this easy, one-day scenic drive. Although Yellowstone National Park is probably the most famous place to see bison (buffalo), Custer State Park has one of the largest publicly-owned herds in the world, roaming freely throughout the park and often stopping traffic along the the road. Connecting Custer State Park and Mount Rushmore National Memorial, the Iron Mountain Road is a work of art in itself. The highway passes through some of the most beautiful scenery in the Black Hills and includes three tunnels that frame Mount Rushmore in the distance. The road is famous for its "Pigtail Bridges" that allow travelers to gain or lose elevation quickly. The Needles Highway is a spectacular drive through pine and spruce forests, meadows surrounded by birch and aspen and rugged granite mountains. Completed in 1922, the road's name comes from the needle-like granite formations you'll see along the way. It also has the longest, and coolest, tunnel! Of course we visit Mount Rushmore National Memorial too, as no trip to the area would be complete without experiencing this amazing site up close. We hike the easy 6/10-mile Presidential Trail for stunning views almost directly beneath the granite faces. This is only the beginning of the spectacular scenery in the Black Hills. For the more adventurous, be sure to visit Wind Cave National Park and Harney Peak if you have more time to spend in this beautiful part of the world. We stayed in one of the many full-hook-up commercial RV parks in the area, but there are lots of State Park and National Forest campgrounds to choose from as well. If you haven't yet visited the Black Hills, maybe this quick snapshot of the area will inspire you to add it to your must-see list. The admission price to the Custer State Park is well worth it! WONDERING WHAT'S THE BEST GEAR TO USE ON YOUR RV? Here's all of our favorite equipment that we use ourselves and recommend to friends: http://thervgeeks.com/our-favorite-gear/ Join us at http://TheRVgeeks.com for more great RVing content! Full-Time RVers since April, 2003, we share DIY (do it yourself) RV maintenance, repair, travel, upgrade and operational tips & tricks. Many RVers are eager to learn more about using, maintaining and caring for their rigs. We hope our experience can help others go DIY, saving time & money, plus the satisfaction of a job well done. We're handy RVers, not professional technicians. We're happy with the techniques and products we use, but be sure to confirm that all methods and materials you use are compatible with your equipment and abilities. Regardless of what we recommend, consult a professional if you're unsure about working on your RV. Any task you perform or product you purchase based on any information we provide is strictly at your own risk. We sometimes receive products for evaluation at no cost, and The RVgeeks participate in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com. But our opinions are our own, you won’t pay an extra penny, and we only link to products we personally use, love and can recommend to friends with complete confidence. Comments welcome! Thanks for watching! Don't forget to subscribe!
Views: 136500 RVgeeks
OHV Program Simulator
 
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The Utah OHV Program simulator is used to teach proper weight distribution while riding an Off Highway Vehicle. This video also includes practical application while riding an ATV.
Welcome to Big Sky, MT
 
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There’s a lot more to Big Sky than the endless views and wide-open skies that give this Montana town its name. Big Sky, MT is the little town that's next to everything and is home to the Biggest Skiing in America.
Views: 975 Visit Big Sky
A Guide to Zion National Park
 
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This video was not sponsored in anyway, we are sharing our honest opinion. For more information about Zion: https://www.nps.gov/zion/index.htm Park Information: 435 772 3256 Wilderness Information: 435 772 0170 E-mail: zion_park_information@nps.gov To make reservation in watchman campground: http://www.recreation.gov/camping/watchman-campground/r/campgroundDetails.do?contractCode=NRSO&parkId=70923 Zion outfitter (rental equipment and showers): http://www.zionoutfitter.com/ For more info about Angels landing: https://www.nps.gov/zion/learn/photosmultimedia/angels-landing-ehike.htm -Get an early morning start to beat the heat -Pack sunscreen, sunglasses and a hat -Bring plenty of water and snacks -Please be advised, if you are afraid of heights do not go past Scout Lookout -There is a latrine in Scout Lookout -Past Scout Lookout there is only one trail to ascend and descend, be courteous the trail in some parts is only wide enough for one person at a time, yield to other hikers. -Do not go if it is getting dark, if it rains or if it is icy. For more info about the narrows: https://www.nps.gov/zion/planyourvisit/thenarrows.htm -The trail is 16 miles, we only did 6 miles round trip. -Check flash flood conditions in the visitors center -Wear closed toe shoes or sturdy boots with ankle support, not sandals or water shoes -Water temperature can be extremely cold even in summer time, it is recommended to take neoprene socks. -Carry out all trash -Carry one gallon of drinking water per person per day -Take a fleece or windbreaker, The Narrows is much cooler than other parts of the park -Pack gear in waterproof bags -Remember to use the restrooms at the riverside walk trails head before hiking. There are no toilets in the narrows. Emerald Pool: http://www.zionnational-park.com/zion-emerald-pools-trail.htm Weeping Rock: http://www.zionnational-park.com/zion-weeping-rock-trail.htm Seven Magic Mountains: http://sevenmagicmountains.com/visit/ Follow us on Instagram! Carlos Castro https://www.instagram.com/castro_bowman/ April: https://www.instagram.com/aprilorenz/
Views: 37812 April Lorenz
Mountain Running above Silverton, Colorado!
 
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Views: 8512 Vo2maxProductions
Longmont Parks, Recreation & Trails Master Plan
 
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Brief overview of the Recreation & Trails Master Plan for Longmont
Yellowstone National Park – RV America (Ep 6: Keep Your Daydream)
 
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The National Park tour continues to Yellowstone this week. Hard to believe it’s only day 11 since we left Scottsdale, AZ on our six month RV adventure. In this episode, Tori and Marc take a Yellowstone photo tour which was stunning. Then we checked out the Grand Prismatic Spring at Midway Geyser, Old Faithful, and Lone Star Geyser. We also met up with Adventure Possible who are three months into their trip. They have a popular blog – check it out. If you find going the gym overwhelming or would like to workout while traveling or just in the privacy of your own home, check out The Fittest Tribe. http://fittesttribealive.com Subscribe for weekly videos and tell us where to go and what to see! For more information about our trip click here http://www.keepyourdaydream.com/big-dreams-small-steps If you want to hear more great stories of people who have turned their dream into reality ... tune into Keep Your Daydream podcast. Stories of full-time RV, Sailing, Climbing Everest to riding bikes across the world, each episode is inspiring. Website: http://www.KeepYourDaydream.com Subscribe to the podcast here: iTunes: http://bit.ly/kydit Android: http://bit.ly/stitcr Follow-us: http://www.Facebook.com/KeepYourDaydream http://www.Instagram.com/KeepYourDayd... http://www.Twitter.com/KeepUrDaydream Music: www.epidemicsound.com
Views: 59846 Keep Your Daydream
CLIMBING MT RAINIER IN 17 HOURS
 
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Well we decided to climb Mt Rainier again! This time, a single push summit climb, going from the car to the summit and back without stopping. I’ve split the video into two parts to make it easier to watch. Part one is the day before the climb. We make the drive to Mt Rainier National Park, plan, organize gear, cook, and sing by the fire (see link below). Part two is our actual climb, this video. We climb from the car to the summit and back, in just under 17 hours. We did not intend on going for speed, instead we took our time and enjoyed the climb. We wanted to go light, and test our physical capabilities and were stoked about it. It was an amazing climb, one of my best to day. Perfect conditions and super fun climbing partners made it one to remember. Be sure to check out our 2014 (failed) summit attempt below, along with our 2017 pre-climb video. If you have any questions about the climb comment below, I’m happy to answer them. 2014 Rainier Climb (did not summit): https://youtu.be/93hhOncH0GE 2017 PRE-Climb, Rainier Prep: https://youtu.be/heix7Qn811s If you like our channel, please hit the SUBSCRIBE button, share our videos and give us a like! Music Always This Late - Odesza Thunder - Imagine Dragons Fauna, Pt. I - Gidge Waiting Too Long - Hippie Sabotage Awake - Tyco Follow us to see more of our adventures...AND our daily life! Instagram: Bridget - @bridgylovesu Dakota - @viadakota Facebook: Bridget Shae Dakota Shae Our Gear Canon 70d GoPro Hero 5 DJI Mavic Pro Lenses Sigma 18-35 f1.8 Canon 70-200 f2.8 L Mark ii Location Mt Rainier National Park
Views: 4929 iLa Life
Lassen Volcanic National Park
 
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SUBSCRIBE! http://tinyurl.com/p2fveuj Veronica Hill of California Travel Tips offers a guide to Lassen Volcanic National Park. Located about 50 miles from Redding in Northern California, Lassen National Park is named for Lassen Peak, which is the largest plug dome volcano in the world. The last Lassen eruptions were between 1914 and 1921, and it remains, along with nearby Mt. Shasta, the most likely volcano in the Cascades to erupt in the next few decades. They say this is the least visited of our national parks, and I find it really hard to believe because there's so much to do here! Most of the Lassen National Park attractions are located along Highway 89, which circles around the park. All four types of volcanoes are found here, including shield, plug dome, cinder cone and composite varieties. Start your Lassen tour at Loomis Museum, where you can check out historic displays of Lassen's 1915 eruption, then take the short 1-mile walk along the Lily Pond Nature Trail. From the southwest entrance, begin at Kohm Yah-mah-nee Visitor Center, where you can grab a bite to eat at Lassen Cafe — the only restaurant in Lassen National Park — or stock up on water or picnic fare. If you're looking for Lassen National Park lodging, Manzanita Lake is a great spot to go camping. Bring a tent or RV, or rent one of their cozy wooden Manzanita Lake cabins which start at $59 per night. The lake is a great spot for catch-and-release trout fishing, and they also offer kayak rentals! There are several places to go hiking in Lassen National Park. The Devastated Area Trail is a 1/2-mile loop that showcases evidence of the 1915 eruption. Plan on around 20 minutes to explore the paved interpretive trail, which is where much of the lava and hot rocks settled after the eruptions. Along the trail you'll see Hot Rock, a 27,000-year-old boulder that was blasted 3 miles from Lassen Peak; and Puzzled Rocks, which were torn from Lassen's Summit. Two miles away, you'll find Summit Lake, which is a great place to stop midday for a swim or a picnic. There are two campgrounds here as well! Continuing along Highway 89, you'll come to Kings Creek Falls before arriving at Upper Meadow, which is a great place to stop and stretch your legs. Be sure to pack a hat, sunscreen, and plenty of water and snacks before attempting the strenuous 5-mile round-trip hike to Lassen Peak, which sits at 10,457 feet. To avoid the heat, start early in the morning, or come during the cooler fall months. While you're in Lassen, you have to do the Bumpass Hell Trail. It's three miles round trip and it's the signature hike in the park. Set alongside glacial Lake Helen, this 16-acre hydrothermal area sits on the eroded vent of Bumpass Mountain, a dormant dome volcano. Here, you'll find more than 75 fumaroles, turquoise-colored hot springs and mud pots fired by molten lava just 5 miles below the surface. This area was named for Kendall Bumpass, who lost his leg after falling into a boiling mud pot. Bumpass discovered the area in 1864 while hiking, and he called the place "Hell." The name stuck. Boiling pool is one of many unique features in the park. Although the temperatures of these hot spring pools vary, most fall between 150 and 200 degrees. A highlight is Big Boiler, which is the largest fumarole in the park, and the hottest in the world for a non-erupting volcano. If you're not up for the 3-mile hike, another great place to see volcanic activity is at Sulphur Works, which sits right off the highway near the southwest entrance. One word of advice: Stay on the boardwalks and trails. People are severely burned each year when they ignore this caution. Thanks for joining us at Lassen Volcanic National Park. See you next time! STAY IN TOUCH WITH CALIFORNIA TRAVEL TIPS SUBSCRIBE! http://tinyurl.com/p2fveuj LIKE ME ON FACEBOOK http://tinyurl.com/nqx9osq CIRCLE ME ON GOOGLE PLUS http://tinyurl.com/odkmbqk FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER https://twitter.com/Californiatips FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM http://instagram.com/californiatraveltips BUY MY APPS! California Essential Guide App: ITUNES: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/id428163062?mt=8 GOOGLE PLAY: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sutromedia.android.guide.ca.essential.guide568&hl=en Yosemite Travel Essentials App: ITUNES: https://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=606694986&mt=8 DISNEYLAND INSIDER'S TRAVEL GUIDE ITUNES: https://itunes.apple.com/ua/app/disneyland-insiders-travel/id528739310?mt=8 GOOGLE PLAY: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sutromedia.android.guide.disney.guide&hl=en
Views: 34820 California Travel Tips
Outdoor Skills Video: Planning a Day Hike
 
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Planning a day hike begins long before you set foot on the trail. Careful advance preparation helps ensure comfort, fun, and safety outdoors. In this outdoor skills video, AMC experts Eboni Cooper and Mike Miccuci explain how to plan a memorable day hike, step by step. THE EXPERTS Eboni Cooper is the New York/New Jersey outdoor programming coordinator for AMC’s Youth Opportunities Program. Based in New York City, Cooper assists in youth adventures, trip-planning support, and equipment requests. Mike Miccuci works at the front desk of AMC’s Pinkham Notch Visitor Center, answering questions and giving advice to hikers, climbers, and skiers looking to explore the White Mountain National Forest. CREDITS This video is based on how-to instruction from AMC’s Mountain Skills Manual, by Christian Bisson and Jamie Hannon, and was filmed, edited, and produced by Timber & Frame Media, with production assistance from AMC Outdoors’ managing editor, Ryan Smith.
Part One: Acadia National Park's Transportation Plan
 
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The National Park Service is developing a transportation plan to improve safety, reduce congestion and conflicts among people traveling on park roads, and protect park resources and values. The public has 60 days, from April 27 to June 26, 2018 to provide input to all alternatives in a Draft Transportation Plan / Environmental Impact Statement. Learn more at http://go.nps.gov/AcadiaPlan
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Yellowstone National Park in 4k | Backpacking, Hiking, and Camping Wyoming
 
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If you liked this video, please consider supporting us on http://www.Patreon.com/adventure Thank you! With the upcoming National Park Service centennial, we visit America's and the world's first National Park: Yellowstone. Just north of the Grand Tetons in Wyoming, Yellowstone boasts incredible geology and wildlife. But away from the usual Old Faithful, Grand Prismatic Springs, and Yellowstone Falls, there are stunning backcountry trails full of solitude and seclusion. Welcome to Season 3 of Adventure Archives. --PLAN YOUR TRIP-- Backpacking Information: https://www.nps.gov/yell/planyourvisit/backcountryhiking.htm Useful Backcountry Campsite Tool: http://www.trailguidesyellowstone.com/yellowstone_backcountry_campsites/yellowstone_backcountry_campsites.php Trip Planner PDF: https://www.nps.gov/yell/planyourvisit/upload/bctrip-planner_2015.pdf Backcountry Permit Application PDF: https://www.nps.gov/yell/planyourvisit/upload/YELL474_2012-02.pdf Our Trailhead: https://goo.gl/maps/mFQ79cC1dvw --SCENE SELECTION-- 00:00 Teaser 00:09 Theme Song 00:36 After Intro 01:30 President Sinard 03:08 Colter Bay Cabins 04:00 Late Night Snacks 04:52 DAY ONE - Tetons 06:52 Jackson Lake to Yellowstones 07:57 John Beuer Tells the Tale 08:19 Backpacking Begins 08:45 Map Sequence 09:16 Gyromitra esculenta 10:37 Elk Poop 11:31 Rainy Bison 12:49 Lunch 13:39 Resident Scatologist 14:17 Open Meadow 17:52 Campsite for Kings 19:14 New Hammock Setup 20:35 Fire Frustration 21:56 Small Victory Meal 23:59 Bearbo Baggins 25:25 Startalk with NDT 26:51 DAY TWO - Sunlight Alchemy 28:54 Fire Sun-stration 31:09 Breakfast: Bars and Bread 32:08 Heading Out 32:43 Rest Step 34:13 Epic Hills 36:08 Prairie Dog Paddle 38:24 Cheery Campsite 41:37 Fire Fun Station 42:45 Fish Tales 43:15 Knead the Dough 45:42 Canoodle my Noodle 48:25 Kitchen Sink 50:08 Peaceful Evening 51:36 Star Timelapses 52:10 DAY THREE - Mystic Morning 54:10 Final Hike 56:35 Patreon Shout Outs 57:55 Thomas Thanks You 58:45 Credits 1:01:57 Broobilly65 --OUR FILM GEAR!-- Panasonic GH4 - http://amzn.to/1GJjb7N Panasonic 12-35mm f2.8 Lens - http://amzn.to/1FRE9kc Canon T3i - http://amzn.to/1qHphdE Canon 50mm f1.8 Lens - http://amzn.to/1p29wQs Tokina 11-16mm Lens - http://amzn.to/UUrhVC Manfrotto 502 Video Head MVH502AH - http://amzn.to/1nhkBrF Manfrotto 055XPROB Tripod - http://amzn.to/UKa55r Glidecam 2000 HD w/ Quick Release Plate (That quick release plate is essential. Highly recommended) - http://amzn.to/WUpTEv Rode Videomic Pro - http://amzn.to/1p2a9JT Roland Quad Capture - http://amzn.to/1zKzD23 Behringer XM8500 Microphone - http://amzn.to/1qHqOAq Sony Movie Studio Editing Software - http://amzn.to/1tM7NDR --OUR CAMPING GEAR!-- Condor Bushlore Knife - http://amzn.to/1JaBBv7 Equinox Egret Tarp - http://amzn.to/1BIqkmW Kelty Grand Mesa 2 Tent - http://amzn.to/1TrK9Fc Eureka Casper Sleeping Bag - http://amzn.to/1BXhlxH Buck 119 Knife - http://amzn.to/1TrKgQY Mora Craftline Q Knife - http://amzn.to/1TrKffT Katadyn Water Filter - http://amzn.to/1onus3P Platypus Bladder - http://amzn.to/1TrKfNc Columbia Silver Ridge Convertible Pants - http://amzn.to/1pR5qXL Sketchers Waterproof Boots - http://amzn.to/1JaBKyL --RECOMMENDED BOOKS-- http://astore.amazon.com/advarch-20?_... ------------------------------­--------- **PLEASE NOTE: All drone footage was captured OUTSIDE of the park's boundaries, in accordance with laws and regulations.** All of the musical compositions or arrangements and footage in this video are original, and were composed, recorded, and captured by Andrew Lin, Bryan Lin, and Robby Huang Original content and music is copyright Adventure Archives/Team Scoog Production (c) 2015
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Japan in 4K | Hiking, Camping, and Backpacking Mt. Kumotori in Tokyo, Japan
 
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If you liked this video, please consider supporting us on http://www.Patreon.com/adventure Thank you! Backpacking, hiking, and camping in Japan is a possibility just outside of Tokyo. We go to Mount Kumotori and, with views of Mt. Fuji and distant Japanese cities, experience the wilderness in the land of the rising sun. The original soundtrack for this episode is available here: https://adventurearchives.bandcamp.com/album/adventure-archives-episode-17-original-soundtrack Featuring drums by Nate Laguzza at YouTube.com/nbldrums --PLAN YOUR TRIP-- Total Distance: 24km/15mi Okatama Station: https://goo.gl/maps/YykptzbHkdL2 Nanatsuishi Hut: https://goo.gl/maps/Kd8feg3mUG82 --SCENE SELECTION-- 00:00 Teaser 00:23 Theme Song 00:50 After Intro 02:26 Map Sequence 03:48 DAY ONE - The Trailhead 04:05 The Journey Begins 07:03 Shrine 08:00 Onigiri 11:40 Big Ol' Leaves 13:07 Water Station 14:39 Lunchtime 16:21 Sunny Grove 18:00 Ryoubu Tree 19:14 Toughest Trail 21:50 Light of Hope 22:22 Tent Site 24:04 Relief 25:08 Ramen Noodles 27:46 Curry 30:03 Lying in the Tents 30:33 The Stars and Fuji 32:42 DAY TWO - Breakfast 34:45 Snowy Hike Out 38:48 Another Junction 39:30 Ridge Trail 42:09 Helipad 43:24 The Steep Climb 44:18 Resting and Talking 46:08 The Final Climb 46:57 Summit 48:42 Setting Sun Hike 50:06 Night Hiking 51:04 Searching in the Night 52:35 Sanjo-No-Yu 53:40 Hearts Refilled 55:46 The Best Camping Meal Ever 57:33 Deer Meat 58:56 The Warm Hearth 1:00:37 Mysterious Creature 1:03:09 Morning 1:03:37 DAY THREE 1:04:19 Coffee and Miso 1:05:15 Hospitality and the Final Hike 1:07:45 PATREON SHOUT OUTS 1:08:30 Credits --OUR FILM GEAR!-- Sony A7s ii - http://amzn.to/1TsF95J Sony 16-35mm f4 Lens - http://amzn.to/1ToMn9y Sony 55mm f1.8 Lens - http://amzn.to/1ToMpy4 Panasonic GH4 - http://amzn.to/1GJjb7N Panasonic 12-35mm f2.8 Lens - http://amzn.to/1FRE9kc Panasonic 100-300mm Lens - http://amzn.to/2kW8nvc Rode Videomic Pro - http://amzn.to/1p2a9JT Manfrotto 502 Video Head MVH502AH - http://amzn.to/1nhkBrF Manfrotto 055XPROB Tripod - http://amzn.to/UKa55r Glidecam 2000 HD - http://amzn.to/WUpTEv --OUR CAMPING GEAR!-- Condor Bushlore Knife - http://amzn.to/1JaBBv7 Equinox Egret Tarp - http://amzn.to/1BIqkmW Eureka Casper Sleeping Bag - http://amzn.to/1BXhlxH Buck 119 Knife - http://amzn.to/1TrKgQY Mora Craftline Q Knife - http://amzn.to/1TrKffT Katadyn Water Filter - http://amzn.to/1onus3P Platypus Bladder - http://amzn.to/1TrKfNc --RECOMMENDED BOOKS-- http://astore.amazon.com/advarch-20?_... ------------------------------­--------- All of the musical compositions or arrangements and footage in this video are original, and were composed, recorded, and captured by Andrew Lin, Bryan Lin, and Robby Huang; drums and percussion performed and recorded by Nate Laguzza at StudioGooz, Los Angeles, CA Original content and music is copyright Adventure Archives (c) 2017
Views: 230307 AdventureArchives
Montana State Parks - National Public Lands Day 2011
 
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Montana State Parks: National Public Lands Day 2011 at Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park. Montana Conservation Corps (AmeriCorps) members volunteer their time for a trails rehabilitation project. A story from Ken Soderberg.
Views: 972 MTstateparks
Great Smoky Mountains National Park Backpacking (TN/NC) - September 2017
 
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I call this trip my 2017 'backup-to-the-backup' hike. For my annual ‘big’ fall hike I had originally planned on thru-hiking the epic Wonderland Trail around Mt. Rainier in Washington, but I lost that permit lottery. My backup plan landed me a great permit for Glacier National Park, but the terrible late summer 2017 fires in Glacier caused me to cancel that trip at the last minute. To fill the void I decided to do a second 2017 Great Smoky Mountains NP, following up on my June 2017 hike with Travis. Having chosen GSMNP partly because there were no fires there, and having had no trail closure issues during our June 2017 hike, it didn't cross my mind that the 2016 Gatlinburg fires might still be affecting the trails. This led me to be a bit too careless in my pre-hike research, with the end result being that on the third day I was 'trapped' by a trail closure and had to shorten my hike by one day, bailing out to Elkmont. The trip ended up being 3 days and about 30 miles. I started at Clingman's Dome and the trip was supposed to be a counter-clockwise loop following the Appalachian Trail, Goshen Prong Trail, Little River Trail, Rough Creek Trail, Sugarland Mountain Trail, and finally the AT back to Clingman's Dome. But the Sugarland Mountain Trail was still closed from the 2016 fires which gave me no realistic options other than to head to Elkmont and find a ride up the hill to Clingman's Dome. Though the trip ended up being different, and shorter, than I planned I was still treated to some fantastic views and was able to immerse myself in plenty of GSMNP's primordial backcountry. Backpacking in Great Smoky Mountains National Park is truly a unique experience, and the 'wrinkles' I experienced on this trip simply give me a reason to go back again. Similar to my other backpacking videos, this one has about 40 minutes of video followed by a 10 minute still picture slide show with music at the end. It is meant to be an 'immersive' experience that allows you to come along with me on the trip. If you aren't interested in 'riding along on my shoulder' for an hour long video, just skip to the last 10 minutes of still pictures and you'll get a good overview of our trip. Still Camera: Nikon D810 with Nikkor 20mm f1.8 lens Video Camera: Canon Vixia G40 with Rode Stereo Videomic Pro Video Editing Software: Sony Vegas Pro 13
Views: 19989 David Gray
Create your wildlife habitat plan with DMAP
 
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DMAP is here to help sculpt your land into the environment you've always wanted. With the help of wildlife biologists and foresters, we'll create a customized plan with you to shape your property. Learn more here: http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/wildlifehabitat/DMAP.html
Views: 3548 WIDNRTV
Plan for Mt. Evans - RangeTracker
 
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RangeTracker http://RangeTracker.org Event Calendar http://rangetracker.org/event-calendaryoutubefacebook/ FRONT-RANGE OUTDOOR EVENTS AND POSTINGS FOR; Audubon, Colorado Division of Wildlife, Colorado State Parks, Denver Mountain Parks, Jeffco Open Space, U.S. Forest Service, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, more... RangeTracker's purpose, is to persuade persons of all ages and abilities to go outside, for a happier, healthier outlook. Follow RangeTracker on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/pages/RangeTracker/201463666537717 Mt. Evans is owned by the National Forest Service. Go to the Mt. Evans website below for more information. Denver Mountain Parks owns Summit Lake, wich is located in Mt. Evans, and Echo Lake, which is located at the foot of the mountain. If you haven't been yet, and you are an outdoor enthousiast, you should go here. If you have been here before, then this, is your invitation to return. http://www.mountevans.com/ http://denvermountainparks.org
Views: 105 Colinda de Groen
Algonquin Provincial Park in 4K | Canoe Camping and Bushcraft in Ontario, Canada
 
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If you liked this video, please consider supporting us on http://www.Patreon.com/adventure Thank you! Our Patrons were given three choices: Pictured Rocks, Boundary Waters, or here - Algonquin Provincial Park. Algonquin won, and we went up to film our first episode across international boundaries. Join us as we paddle through the lakes and rediscover the fundamentals of life, and how important they are for the body and spirit. The original soundtrack for this episode is available here: https://adventurearchives.bandcamp.com/album/adventure-archives-episode-15-original-soundtrack Featuring drums by Nate Laguzza at YouTube.com/nbldrums -PLAN YOUR TRIP- Our Access Point: http://www.algonquinpark.on.ca/visit/camping/canoe-lake-access-point.php Fees information: http://www.algonquinpark.on.ca/visit/general_park_info/fees-backcountry.php Online Reservations: https://reservations.ontarioparks.com/OntarioParks/OntarioParks/Algonquin Online Map: http://www.algonquinpark.on.ca/virtual/canoe_routes_map/index.php -SCENE SELECTION- 00:00 Teaser 00:07 Theme Song 00:35 After Intro 01:10 Day 1 - Enter the Park 02:08 Map Sequence 02:52 Paddling Out 03:34 Wavy and Wobbly 04:13 Wildlife 06:35 Portage 09:43 Onto the Next Lake 10:51 Bokeh and Lily Pads 12:25 Portage 2 13:28 Wild Edibles and More 15:58 Beaver Dams 17:44 Serene Stream 19:35 Portage 3 20:48 Evening Talking 22:44 Night Paddling 24:03 Aurora 25:52 Campsite 26:30 Thomas Fire 28:12 Thomas Food 29:45 Night to Day 30:25 Day 2 - Early to Rise 32:00 Incident Anecdote 32:56 Tapioca 34:48 That's a Paddlin' 36:35 Chipmunk Portage 37:50 Nice Paddlin', Lou 40:36 Docking at the Campsite 41:33 Afternoon Swim 42:31 Robby Fire 43:47 Pot Hanger 45:00 Dusk Paddling and Philosophy 47:26 Supper Time 49:25 PATREON SHOUT OUTS 51:06 Day 3 - Dawn 52:00 One Last Morning 54:17 The Final Portage 55:03 Water is Life 57:02 Credits --OUR FILM GEAR!-- Panasonic GH4 - http://amzn.to/1GJjb7N Panasonic 12-35mm f2.8 Lens - http://amzn.to/1FRE9kc Canon T3i - http://amzn.to/1qHphdE Canon 50mm f1.8 Lens - http://amzn.to/1p29wQs Tokina 11-16mm Lens - http://amzn.to/UUrhVC Manfrotto 502 Video Head MVH502AH - http://amzn.to/1nhkBrF Manfrotto 055XPROB Tripod - http://amzn.to/UKa55r Glidecam 2000 HD w/ Quick Release Plate (That quick release plate is essential. Highly recommended) - http://amzn.to/WUpTEv Rode Videomic Pro - http://amzn.to/1p2a9JT Roland Quad Capture - http://amzn.to/1zKzD23 Behringer XM8500 Microphone - http://amzn.to/1qHqOAq Sony Movie Studio Editing Software - http://amzn.to/1tM7NDR --OUR CAMPING GEAR!-- Condor Bushlore Knife - http://amzn.to/1JaBBv7 Equinox Egret Tarp - http://amzn.to/1BIqkmW Kelty Grand Mesa 2 Tent - http://amzn.to/1TrK9Fc Eureka Casper Sleeping Bag - http://amzn.to/1BXhlxH Buck 119 Knife - http://amzn.to/1TrKgQY Mora Craftline Q Knife - http://amzn.to/1TrKffT Katadyn Water Filter - http://amzn.to/1onus3P Platypus Bladder - http://amzn.to/1TrKfNc Columbia Silver Ridge Convertible Pants - http://amzn.to/1pR5qXL Sketchers Waterproof Boots - http://amzn.to/1JaBKyL --RECOMMENDED BOOKS-- http://astore.amazon.com/advarch-20?_... ------------------------------­--------- All of the musical compositions or arrangements and footage in this video are original, and were composed, recorded, and captured by Andrew Lin, Bryan Lin, and Robby Huang Original content and music is copyright Adventure Archives/Team Scoog Production (c) 2015 Algonquin Provincial Park in 4K | Canoe Camping and Bushcraft in Ontario, Canada
Views: 106294 AdventureArchives
California 101: Calaveras Big Trees State Park: 5 Amazing Things
 
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People travel from all over the world to marvel at the giant sequoia groves in Calaveras Big Trees State Park. Let us help you plan your visit: Stay the night at the Gold Rush-era Murphys Hotel, descend deep into Moaning Caverns, pan for gold at Angels Camp Museum, ride the rapids on a Sierra Nevada river, and sip wine at Val du Vino Winery. For more things to do in Calaveras Big Trees State Park, check out http://www.visitcalifornia.com/attraction/5-amazing-things-do-near-calaveras-big-trees-state-park
Views: 1242 Visit California
Yosemite Backpacking (The EPIC Yosemite Backcountry)
 
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Backpacking in the Yosemite backcountry had been a bucket list trip of ours for some time. When we finally made it happen, we were treated to one of the most amazing experiences we've ever had. That says a lot. We began our journey at the Mono Meadow trailhead, south of Yosemite Valley. We hiked to Illilouette Creek, and on to Illilouette Falls, after which we camped up the mountain side. On our second day, we made our way north to Yosemite Valley, where we crossed at Nevada Falls. We then pressed on to the summit of Clouds Rest, where we enjoyed awesome views. We went down the north face of the mountain for our second night of camping. Day three brought us to Sunrise Lakes, through an alpine meadow, and down to Echo Valley where we spent our third night. For our final day in the Yosemite backcountry, we followed the Merced River as is cascaded through the granite, down into Lost Valley. From there, we linked back up with our previous path at Nevada Falls, where we continued through, reaching our trailhead where it all started. Overall, we covered about 55 miles in 4 days. It was rigorous, inspiring, and spectacular. Yosemite National Park is truly and American treasure, and our experience in the backcountry showed us why. We hope showing you will inspire you to do some Yosemite backpacking of your own. Where are you headed next? What's your favorite national park, and why? Let us know! Hike on. Website and blog: https://backpackerbrothers.com/ Follow us on Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/BackpackerBrothers1/ Why you should backpack: https://backpackerbrothers.com/backpacking-vs-hiking/ Yosemite National Park: https://www.nps.gov/yose/index.htm Plan your trip: https://www.nps.gov/yose/planyourvisit/index.htm Thanks so much for watching. We’d love to hear about the different parks you’ve visited and what made them unique. Subscribe for more and leave a thumbs up if you liked it!
Views: 1376 Backpacker Brothers
Northeast Delta Dental Mt  Washington Road Race from RUNNING Broadcast series
 
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Highlights from the Northeast Delta Dental Mt. Washington Road Race from the RUNNING National Broadcast Series
Views: 9688 Salmini Sportfilm
Montana Bighorn Sheep
 
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Montana wildlife biologists fine-tune management plan for bighorn sheep.
Views: 1249 MontanaFWP
Mt Rogers Virginia-Sub Zero
 
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Short video of our January 2016 trip to Mount Rogers in Virginia. Our plan was to go for 4 days and 3 nights however we did a day hike on the second day to the summit of Rogers and saw everything we came to see. Being that it was so cold we decided to leave a day early instead of freezing through another night. Myself and Big Tom hammock camped and my dad used a tent. We were surprisingly warm in the -10 degree overnight temps. The hike in was a white out but the day hike the next day although cold was clear and sunny which made for spectacular views. Definitely recommended.
Views: 517 ARCHunter411
Visit Mt. Rainier
 
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http://www.VisitRainier.com Get to know Mt. Rainier with our latest video. A new day means something a little different when you're at Mount Rainier. From hiking adventures to family train rides, come find your happy side. Plan your trip at VisitRainier.com today.
Views: 5139 Visit Rainier
Isberg Trail to Mt Ritter. Sierra National Forest & Ansel Adams Wilderness
 
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The plan was to start from the Isberg trailhead and summit Mt Ritter from the west. Well a couple things kept that from happening #1 Time (not enough of it) & #2 Weather. Still a great trip some amazing views and some crazy weather on the trail and hail storm during the drive back on Beashore Road. Strava: https://www.strava.com/activities/684439222 Check out www.SanJoaquinRunning.com for trail races in the area! Music: Wind (Original Mix) by Thunderbolt https://soundcloud.com/thunderboltstr... Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Music provided by Audio Library https://youtu.be/N8bHhmtsR7g Like Apollo by jimmysquare https://soundcloud.com/jimmysquare Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Music provided by Audio Library https://youtu.be/oIpjGVBY9AM
Views: 1528 San Joaquin Running
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK - Ep.5// ENTERING THE U.S
 
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The American road trip has begun. Starting with the Ringing Rocks in Montana. Exploring and hiking Yellowstone National Parks "Avalanche Peak". Bison, Geysers, and incredible mountains are just a small portion of what Yellowstone has to offer! Song: Xad - Birds (Vlog No Copyright Music) Music provided by Vlog No Copyright Music. Video Link: https://youtu.be/POwYctPBJnU
Views: 229 Cal Burke
Walks and Dayhikes - Visiting Yellowstone
 
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Most people visit Yellowstone from their cars. When they stop, it is at one of the park highlights which is crowded with visitors. The wise visitor sets aside some time for a longer dayhike.
Views: 23413 YellowstoneNPS
Bears, Bee Stings and Exploring Mt. Rainier
 
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Completed the Northern Loop Trail. 40 miles RT, 10,000’ of elevation gain. Total time on trail 16.5hrs. I left the Sunrise parking lot at 6:45am to Rainier turning pink in the sunrise. Sunrise to Grand Park the trail is in excellent shape with exceedingly clear signage. Descending into the forest below Berkley Park to the sound of elk bugles was captivating. Arriving in Grand Park the views were expansive and due to freezing temperatures overnight the smoke from nearby fires did not limit visibility. Evidence of large numbers of Elk in this area. The descent to the West Fork of the White River is long and fairly steep. There are numerous signs warning of a hazardous ford of the West Fork White, but the rangers kindly used a log over the main flow and built a working bridge. The secondary flow this time of year is very low and not an issue at all. Before ascending out of the valley keep your eyes to the left and check out Van Horn Falls: absolutely beautiful. From James Lake to Windy Gap the trail is in excellent shape with evidence of the rangers hard at work making improvements for runoff, thank you for your hard work! At Windy Gap the blueberries are spectacular and I had to share them with a small sized black bear. Yellowstone Cliffs are stunning before the descent to the Carbon River and meeting up with the Wonderland Trail. This descent is very long but playing on the suspension bridge makes it so worth it. Note: there is no water from Windy Gap down to the Carbon River this time of year. After the descent down to the Carbon, the trail ascends steeply toward the Carbon Glacier. Dick Creek camp has ample water and the trail steepens before Moraine Park. More blueberry fields at Moraine Park and another lager black bear to share the trail with. After Moraine Park the trail goes over a small pass and then down to Mystic Lake. I found a small beehive of hornets under a wooden step on the trail. They decided to let me know my walking was not appreciated… Mystic Lake is beautiful with meadows surrounding. From Mystic the trail descends below the moraine of the Winthrop Glacier and then back up to Skyscraper Pass. I found the one and only blowdown across the trail in this section of the trail (small and a non-issue). The entire trail is in excellent shape and the views are stunning. The stark and shocking contrast this trail provides from high alpine reaches to the low deep valleys filled with old growth is incomparable. Back to the car at Sunrise at 10:15pm. A truly incredible experience. Note: there are various mileages and elevation gains given for this trail ranging from 32 miles up to 40 and 8,500’ to 10,000’. My GPS gave me 40 miles and 9,800’. I didn’t really take any detours or side-trips. The mileage discrepancies aren’t very consequential if you’re doing this loop over a few days, but if you plan to run it or attempt it in a day, they matter! Further Resources: • National Park information about the trail: https://www.nps.gov/mora/planyourvisit/northern-loop.htm • Mountaineers description of the trail: https://www.mountaineers.org/explore/routes-places/northern-loop-rainier • Mt. Rainier NP Backcountry Permits: https://www.nps.gov/mora/planyourvisit/wilderness-permit.htm The pack I hike with: https://www.amazon.com/Osprey-Packs-Backpack-Avatar-Medium/dp/B00E0LGFJ0/ref=sr_1_8?ie=UTF8&qid=1505942270&sr=8-8&keywords=osprey+talon
Views: 421 Pen In the Wild
Mt Lemmon Drop Attempt | Winter Training in AZ, Episode 3
 
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In this episode we attempt the full Mt Lemmon Drop -- 30 miles, 3000 feet of climbing, 8000 feet of descending. However, after our late start combined with a little bit of on-trail drama (Jason's bike falls off a cliff 😱 on Incinerator Ridge trail), we have to abandon the original plan and improvise. Find Jason on Youtube here: www.youtube.com/jasonbikes Patron team members -- check out the extended, ad-free version with deleted scenes, more banter and MORE POV! https://www.patreon.com/sydandmacky Subscribe and join the adventure! Connect with us: https://www.instagram.com/sydandmacky/ https://www.sydandmacky.com Intro music: Wayback ft. Jeff Kaale Floppy Circus https://soundcloud.com/floppycircus https://www.facebook.com/FloppyCircus/
Views: 13631 SYD and MACKY
"Danny Boy" at Wonderland, Mt. Rainier National Park
 
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Danny Boy - Catalina Quartet (http://catalina.strikingly.com) Recorded while backpacking on the Wonderland Trail Mt. Rainier National Park - July 3, 2017
No Travel Plan | Mt. Cokely
 
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notravelplan goes hiking on Mount Cokely in December 2009. A group of adventurers travel along one of the oldest intact trails on Vancouver Island. From the top of Mount Cokely you can see the Coast Mountains across Georgia Strait and Mt. Baker in Washington State. This is a great day hike but make sure you bring the right equipment including crampons and hiking poles. http://notravelplan.com/
Views: 156 notravelplan
Mt. Diablo Summit - Mt Diablo California State Park
 
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www.CaliWeGo.com Catch the view from the top of this mountain - Mount Diablo. This California State Park is located in Contra Costa County, in the eastern part of what's known as the San Francisco Bay Area. This park offers outstanding drive up views, short and long hikes, history of the area and photo opps for the whole family! Plan a trip to the Bay Area and come see this state park! http://caliwego.com/san-fran-bay-area/contra-costa.html
Views: 174 Caliwego
St Piran PLAN B
 
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Plan B a trip back to Mt St. Piran.
Views: 131 adrian huysman
Why Single-speed Mountain Bikes are Crazy Fun - Build & Ride
 
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Today, we take my tired old hardtail mountain bike and turn it into a unique and fun shredding machine! Step one, switch out the 140mm suspension fork for a 150mm, and then take off all the gears. Yep, this video is for all of you single speeders out there. I've been to the dark side before, and I ain't going back. This bike is staying as a single speed for skatepark, street riding, trail shredding, and hiking—'cause this thing can't climb worth a sh*t!!! Bike Park at End Kolo Bike Park in Asheville Adventure Center. Single speeders ride for $5 all day Saturday! Skatepark Food Lion Skatepark in Asheville Use this kit to convert your bike to single speed http://amzn.to/2BROVJg Buy vomit bags if you plan on climbing For those of you asking, my gear ratio is 32/16. This is no good for climbing, but I need it for sprinting. With a single speed you need to choose and commit! My Channel Sponsors Diamondback http://diamondback.com Box Components http://boxcomponents.com Slime Tubeless Sealant https://shop.slime.com/collections/tubeless-bicycle-tire-sealant People ask me about that Slime sealant, since it looks just like the stuff in the auto parts store. It's not! You can only get that formula from a bike shop or online. https://shop.slime.com/collections/tube-and-tubeless-sealants/products/tubeless-bicycle-sealant-16-oz?variant=45264579656
Views: 795419 Seth's Bike Hacks
Summit of Mt. Wilson - Sedona Arizona Dayhike
 
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This hike heads straight for some of the most panoramic views in the Oak Creek Canyon/Sedona area. Plan a full day for it and start early - the climb up Wilson Mountain is a strenuous one. The majority of the 2300 foot climb is packed into the first mile or so of the hike. You'll have more reasons than just exertion to stop and take a breather along this route, however. The views start as soon as you start hiking and they just keep getting better. At the top you'll be rewarded with views that stretch over hundreds of square miles of scenic canyon country and include Oak Creek Canyon, Sedona, Coffee Pot Rock, Capitol Butte, Sterling Canyon and the Verde Valley.
Views: 5938 FoorYourSuccess
Bighorn Sheep trapping on Wildhorse Island
 
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Biologists from Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks trap wild Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep from Wildhorse Island on Montana's Flathead Lake.
Views: 819 Montana Living
Breakfast Connect: Philadelphia's $500M Bet on Public Spaces for All
 
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A seven-year plan is underway right now in Philadelphia to remake neighborhood parks, recreation centers, playgrounds, and libraries across the city. This effort, called Rebuilding Community Infrastructure (Rebuild), has been made possible in large part thanks to a $100 million commitment by the William Penn Foundation – the largest grant in the foundation’s history. Why did the Foundation make this tremendous investment? Shawn McCaney, Executive Director of the William Penn Foundation, explains in this October 2017 presentation.
Views: 12 pittsburghparks
Travel Los Angeles  ||  Hike LA (and a Celebrity sighting)
 
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One thing many visitors don't know about Los Angeles is all the amazing hiking spots that pepper the city on all sides - and Angeleno's full-blown hiking obsession. If you're planning a trip to LA, you really should also plan to do a hike! I love hiking in this city...here's why ;) - Nathalie (All videos filmed, written, narrated, and edited by yours truly!) INSTAGRAM http://instagram.com/thetravelmuse/ TWITTER https://twitter.com/TheTravelMuse FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/NathalieTheTravelMuse Fryman Canyon - http://www.lamountains.com/parks.asp?parkid=15 Malibu Creek State Park (my fav!) http://www.malibucreekstatepark.org/ Point Dume - http://www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=623 OTHER HIKING SPOTS: *Santa Monica mountains, close to central LA... King Gillette Ranch http://www.lamountains.com/parks.asp?parkid=670 Backbone Trail http://www.nps.gov/samo/planyourvisit/backbonetrail.htm Solstice Canyon http://www.nps.gov/samo/planyourvisit/solsticecanyon.htm Runyon Canyon http://runyoncanyon-losangeles.com/ Franklin Canyon Park http://www.lamountains.com/parks.asp?parkid=14 Temescal Canyon http://www.hikespeak.com/trails/temescal-canyon/ San Gabriel Peak http://www.hikespeak.com/trails/san-gabriel-peak-mt-lowe/ Sturtevant Falls http://www.hikespeak.com/trails/sturtevant-falls/ Mount Baden-Powell Falls http://www.hikespeak.com/trails/mount-baden-powell/
Views: 4932 The Travel Muse
Top 10 Travel Tips - Secrets for Visiting California
 
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SUBSCRIBE! http://tinyurl.com/p2fveuj Hi guys, I'm Veronica Hill with California Travel Tips. If you're a subscriber to this channel, you're either planning a trip to California, or you're a resident looking for new places to check out. Today I'm going to share some of my Top 10 travel tips for visiting California like a local. Tip No. 1: Book California State Park campgrounds exactly 7 months before you want to visit on http://www.ReserveAmerica.com. If you're hoping to score a busy holiday like the Fourth of July, reserve a few dates in the end of June, then add a few days to your visit. Securing a campground in Yosemite is also tricky. You'll need to log into http://www.Recreation.gov a few minutes before 7 a.m. on the 15th of the month — five months in advance of your visit. Popular campgrounds in the valley sell out in seconds! For example, if you want to book a stay between June 15 and July 14, you need to book on February 15. Tip No. 2: If you're going to Disneyland, take advantage of the FastPass service. Just insert your park ticket into the kiosk for a designated FastPass ride and you'll receive a ticket allowing you to return later and cut the line. I've found it's handy to have one person gather all of your tickets to get the Fast Pass while you wait in line for another attraction. If you have kids too small to ride an attraction, the Baby Switch Pass is another good bet. Just ask a cast member for the pass at the entrance. Make sure you ride the most popular attractions right when the park opens. Knott's has a similar service called FastLane, but you have to pay for it. Tip No. 3: Avoid traveling in the summer if you can. Most of the amusement parks are packed to capacity, with long lines and hot waits in the sun. The fall and winter sees much fewer crowds, and the hotels are cheaper too. Tip No. 4: Get on the Groupon list for each city you are visiting. You'll be able to get discounts on some really cool attractions and restaurants you may not have considered before. If you want great hotel rates, check out sites like Priceline or Hotel Tonight for last-minute lodging. Tip No. 5: If you plan on visiting several theme parks or attractions, look into the Go Card or City Pass. They offer discounts on many of the most popular sights in LA, San Diego and San Francisco. If you're a Costco member, many warehouses sell discount tickets to theme parks, restaurants and sporting events. Tip. No. 6: If there's an expensive restaurant you want to try, go during happy hour. Often you'll get to sample their best dishes and drinks at half the price. Tip No. 7: Families should plan their San Diego vacations in October, when the city hosts its Kids Free month. Many of the area's most popular attractions, including San Diego Zoo, the Wild Animal Park and Balboa Park are free for kids 12 and under. Tip No. 8: If your favorite hotel or campground is booked, try again seven days in advance. This is when many people cancel their reservations to avoid penalties. Tip No. 9: If you're heading to more than one of the seven California national parks, consider getting the annual pass for $80. Admission is free for all the parks in April during National Parks Week, and in November during Veterans Day weekend. Tip No. 10: For the best fares, book your trip midweek for flights departing and arriving on a Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday. The cheapest rates can often be found online between 10 p.m. Wednesdays and 6 a.m. Thursdays around the 7th of each month. Additionally, the cheapest fares are found 7, 14 and 21 days before you leave. These are just a few tips to get you started. If you some of your own to share, please drop us a line in the comments below. Thanks for watching! STAY IN TOUCH WITH CALIFORNIA TRAVEL TIPS SUBSCRIBE! http://tinyurl.com/p2fveuj LIKE ME ON FACEBOOK http://tinyurl.com/nqx9osq CIRCLE ME ON GOOGLE PLUS http://tinyurl.com/odkmbqk FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER https://twitter.com/Californiatips FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM http://instagram.com/californiatraveltips BUY MY APPS! California Essential Guide App: ITUNES: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/id428163062?mt=8 GOOGLE PLAY: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sutromedia.android.guide.ca.essential.guide568&hl=en Yosemite Travel Essentials App: ITUNES: https://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=606694986&mt=8 DISNEYLAND INSIDER'S TRAVEL GUIDE ITUNES: https://itunes.apple.com/ua/app/disneyland-insiders-travel/id528739310?mt=8 GOOGLE PLAY: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sutromedia.android.guide.disney.guide&hl=en
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Ski Glacier National Park
 
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Visitors to Glacier National Park will find ski touring terrain including glades, alpine bowls and icefields where descents of more than 1500 metres are possible. All ski destinations in the park require knowledge of travel in avalanche terrain. Skiers are urged to wear avalanche transceivers, carry a shovel and probe, and be prepared for self rescue. If you plan to tour in Glacier National Park, be aware that many areas of the park have restricted and prohibited access in winter — which are defined and managed within the Winter Permit System. For more info, visit: http://www.pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/bc/glacier/visit/hiver-winter/ski Cette vidéo est aussi disponible en français : https://youtu.be/OxuHl3zl36k
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