Montana officials announce plan to boost recreation on Yellowstone River in Billings, Laurel
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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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Aug 2017 thru hike of The Beaten Path in Montana Music by Mia Wray: https://www.youtube.com/user/mwray642 Collaboration video: https://youtu.be/3Ds-MJm2tzI Brian's Trip Report: https://youtu.be/N9YotTASn00 My website: http://www.featheredprop.com Brian's website: http://www.briansplace.us/index.php
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Travis and I got back together in June 2018, and joined up with my son, Christian, to take on the Wind River Range in Wyoming. I’d been wanting to do a hike in the ‘Winds’ since I first started backpacking so when Travis and I started planning for a 2018 western trip the choice of a destination was easy. We knew that June is early for any hike in the Wind River Range, and 2018 had been a high snow year in that region of the country. But Travis had been staying in touch with the outfitter in Pinedale, Wyoming throughout June and they sounded hopeful that our planned route would be passable by the time we started hiking. We wouldn’t know for sure until we arrived in Pinedale. Unfortunately, upon arriving we found that the snow was still deep on the passes on our planned route and, worse, the rapidly melting snow was causing the lakes on our route to be many feet above the trails that ran along their shores. So we opted to go with plan ‘B’, deciding to start out of the Big Sandy Trailhead and hiking in an entirely different area of the Winds from our initial plan. Snow didn’t turn out to be a factor on our hike, but mosquitos sure did! Travis had warned me in advance to bring my bug head net, and I’m sure glad he did because it ended up being our most valuable piece of gear for the trip. I’ve backpacked in some ‘buggy’ places, but nothing could remotely compare to what we encountered on this trip. Thankfully we found two exposed campsites, both with great views, and there was a healthy wind for much of the time we were in camp which made it bearable. But when the wind died down at night and in the early morning… wow! The trip didn’t end up being anything close to what we planned, but it was still a great trip. I found that all of the Wind River Range is spectacular, and even though we didn’t get to the iconic destinations like Titcomb Basin and the Cirque of Towers the places we did get to, and the views we experienced along the way, were breathtaking. And it just gives us a reason to go back. For those who have watched my other videos this one is done in the same style - a little under an hour in length, intended to bring the audience along for the ride, and with a still picture slide show with music at the end. If you just have a few minutes just skip to the end and enjoy the pictures. Equipment / Gear List: Still Camera: Nikon D810 with Nikkor 20mm f1.8 lens Video Cameras: Canon Vixia G40 with Rode Stereo Videomic Pro, GoPro Hero 6 Video Editing Software: Vegas Pro 15 Pack: ZPacks Arc Blast 52l Shelters: Nemo Meta 2P tent (me), Warbonnet Blackbird hammock (Christian)
Views: 11771 David Gray
In this Nature League Field Trip, Brit introduces both herself and Missoula, Montana as hosts of the channel. Future Field Trip locations are revealed, and we break down our first Wild Word: ecology. Follow Brit! http://www.twitter.com/britgarner Find Nature League at these places! Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/nature_league Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/natureleague Nature League is a Complexly production http://www.complexly.com
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I head out onto the road with my buddy Jake and we make the 20 hour drive to Montana. We fish, hike, camp and have lots of fun. Of course there are shenanigans. *To send me something* Matthew Posa PO Box 212 Marquette, MI 49855 Follow me on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/matthewposa Follow Funk on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/funkyjugs44 Music by: Matthew Posa (Me you silly)
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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. Quick hits list: Walking tour Historical Center Museum Adventure ropes course hiking trails mountain biking fly fishing blue ribbon trout streams guided tour of national park Grizzly Wolf Discovery Center Quake lake discovery center 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
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Governor Bullock visited Whitehall today. Bullock paid a visit to working lunch hosted by the Montana Parks in Focus Commission at the Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park Visitor Center. This is the first time that the commission has met since Governor Bullock signed an executive order placing the commission as a public-private collaboration that helps provide the resources for state departments can implement Bullock’s Montana State Parks and Recreation Strategic Plan
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This past week I took an an epic road trip to Colorado. The plan was to hang out with my son who lives in Denver, Hike up Mt Elbert (tallest 14er in Colorado), and camp the rest of the week. This is the first part of the trip which includes some of the roadtrip and the hike up Mt. Elbert. Unfortunately, I was unable to summit due to weather, but this was hands down one of the best experiences of my life. I highly recommend this trail. Make sure you follow me on my other social media Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/that_hiking_guy/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thathikingguy/ Snapchat: ThatHikingGuy Blog: Thathikingguy.com Twitter: hhttps://twitter.com/thathikingguy If you like my content and would like to support my efforts to constantly improve and to one day do this full time. I would be honored if you would support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thathikingguy What I used to film: Sony FDR AX33 http://amzn.to/21PgAQa Iphone 6S http://amzn.to/21PgF6k DJI Osmo Mobile: http://amzn.to/2kdF1YO DJI Mavic Pro: http://amzn.to/2kQOw1H Ricoh Theta S 360 Camera: http://amzn.to/2kdC0HN GoPro Karma Grip: http://amzn.to/2iQWSY3 GoPro Hero 5 Black http://amzn.to/2jf2jBs Sony G7X Mark ii: http://amzn.to/2npsNPz GoPro Hero Session: http://amzn.to/29R7djS LP Mic/Video Mic http://amzn.to/1RB2sYb Rode Smart Lav + http://amzn.to/1ShbKpT Rode Videomic ME http://amzn.to/21PgND0 Sony a5000: http://amzn.to/2ahZbBj Tascam DR-40: http://amzn.to/2ajCD05 What I used to edit: Final Cut Pro X IMovie Macbook Pro http://amzn.to/21Pgwjr
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Everyday life can make the trail seem far away. To go backpacking you need time. Time to plan. Probably some time to travel. You need time to hike! But hopefully, you have at least one incredible trail within reach - the kind of trail you can get away to for a quick weekend trip. For us, it's the Superior Hiking Trail, also known as the SHT. We've been hiking the Superior Hiking Trail for a few years now. In fact, it was the trail we hiked on our first real backpacking trip. It's the perfect blend of pristine natural areas and accessibility. Located on Minnesota's famous North Shore, just a few hours from the Twin Cities, it's great for short trips. This footpath's varied terrain, rugged northern beauty, and friendly shuttle service, keep us coming back for more. When we were new to backpacking, the Superior Hiking Trail was a fantastic place to build our skills and gain experience. Numerous trips on the trail prepared us for more challenging and remote backpacking adventures like the Sierras (https://youtu.be/-s2copV7B74) and Rockies (https://backpackerbrothers.com/indian-peaks-wilderness-area-trip/). Every season the Superior Hiking Trail is our training ground and our home in the northern woods. If you're ever in Minnesota, we highly recommend checking out this trail. But wherever you are, we encourage you to find YOUR weekend trail. When you do, or if you already have, share it with us! We'd love to hear about that favorite trail you visit time and again. What are your favorite trails close to home? First backpacking trip → https://backpackerbrothers.com/get-hiking-the-first-trip/ Beginner backpacking gear basics → https://backpackerbrothers.com/beginner-backpacking-gear/ More Minnesota Hiking: https://youtu.be/7maTJvBJ4E4 Website & Blog → https://backpackerbrothers.com/ B-Bros Facebook → https://www.facebook.com/BackpackerBr... B-Bros Instagram → https://www.instagram.com/backpackerbrothers/ As always, thanks so much for watching. Subscribe for more.
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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
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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!
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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.
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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: 21372 David Gray
It was the memorial day weekends. The original plan was hiking entire Rae Lakes loop. But we couldn't do it as the Paradise Valley bridge washed out. I wish I could cross the river but the ranger in the permit station strongly discouraged us saying that the water was very fast, cold and waist deep, so we should prepare 2 days of extra food to attempt it in case we had to turn back. As we could not afford two more days, we decided to climb Mt Bago (11,870′) instead of doing the entire loop. Another option was going up to Rae Lakes and turn around. It's definitely more preferable option for the first timer. But I've already visited Rae Lakes from Kearsarge pass (https://youtu.be/T8u1f_5luTA). So I wanted to try new one. Day1: drove 5 hours to the trailhead, received the permits and left the trailhead around 11am, camped 13 miles away from the trailhead. Day 2, hung out near Bullfrog Lake and Kearsarge Lakes, camped at Charlotte Lake. Day 3: climbed Mt Bago in the morning. It took 3.5h round trip from Charlotte Lake. There was no official trail but it was pretty straightforward to climb Mt Bago. The summit view was amazing. In the afternoon, we came down 8 miles toward the trailhead. Day 4: hiked down the remaining 8 miles to the trailhead in the morning and drove back home.
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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/
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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
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The Cedar Rapids/Linn County Solid Waste Agency retained Ayres Associates to develop a Master Site Plan for beneficial reuse of Site 1’s closed landfill facilities and for improvement of the active recycling operation in the heart of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Ayres incorporated plans to transform the closed landfill – also known as Mt. Trashmore – into a recreational destination. The approximately 105-acre site provides composting, recycling, wood recovery, and other resource recovery operations and includes an approximately 75-acre landfill that closed in 2013 after accepting flood-damaged material and demolition debris from the major flooding in and around Cedar Rapids in 2008. Ayres provided a focused list of feasible near-term and long-term end uses for the closed landfill. Our site design for the chosen alternative used sustainability principles and best management practices to address deficiencies in service and operations, tap into unclaimed resources and land space, and provide expanded public access to the closed landfill cap for recreation. Amenities were selected to strike a balance between providing additional services while not incurring cost-prohibitive capital investment or long-term operational costs. Tasks included a site conditions report, a trends analysis report, a site design options report, a site design plan, and agency and stakeholder meetings. Stakeholder consensus was reached to provide for recreational access to the closed landfill cap in the form of walking and biking trails and to establish overlook structures to make the summit a destination. Emphasis was placed on education opportunities, family gathering areas, and theme-based events that would provide easily accessible community activities at a community landmark. Improvements to the resource recovery facility were designed to provide increased safety for users, efficient operations and decreased costs for the Agency, and intuitive use of the facility through improved circulation routes to clearly designated processing and drop-off areas.
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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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Julie and I head out to Death Valley National Park, CA. for a weekend of adventure and exploration. We spend the day there and plan to camp in the park, but have a last minute change of plans. Stay tuned to find out where we camp for the night. First Time Solo Camping | Alabama Hills: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aNumMMq15Ks&t=11s
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Mt. Pulag is the highest peak in Luzon and 3rd in our country, towering 2,622 meters above sea level. It is one of the marvelous mountains here in the Philippines due to its exemplary view at its summit – an endless horizon filled with fluffy white clouds. It is perhaps the most breathtaking sights in our country. In the northern Luzon, it is literally closest to heaven that mountain enthusiasts can get. As they say, it is known as the ‘playground of the gods’. Watch our travel video for more information about this majestic mountain in the northern Luzon. Hotel accomodation: Starwood Hotel - http://www.starwoodhotelbaguio.com/ Paragon Hotel & Suites - http://www.paragonhotelandsuites.com/ [Visit their website for inquiries] EXPENSES Bus Fare (Manila to Baguio vice versa) - Php 445.00/pax Rent of Van - Php 3000.00 (one way) Registration fee - Php 175.00/pax Camping fee - Php 50.00/pax Guide fee (camp 1/2) - Php 600/group Guide fee (camp 3) - Php 800.00/group Environmental fee - Php 50.00/pax Cultural and Heritage fee - Php 30.00/pax For more information, you may contract Ms. Emerita Albas, DENR superintendent, at +63 919-631-5402 or email them at email@example.com Filmed on location: Paciano Commuter's Area, Calamba City, Laguna Mall of Asia, Pasay, Metro Manila Victory Liner Terminal, Pasay, Metro Manila Burnham Park, Baguio City, Benguet Starwood Hotel, Baguio City, Benguet Rufo's Famous Tapa, Baguio City, Benguet Baguio Cathedral, Baguio City, Benguet Book Cafe, Baguio City, Benguet SM Baguio, Baguio City, Benguet Old Slaughterhouse, Baguio City, Benguet Lolo Concio's Restaurant & Inn, Ambuclao, Bokod, Benguet DENR Office, Ambangeg, Daclan, Bokod, Benguet Ranger Station. Babadak, Kabayan, Benguet Mt. Pulag National Park Paragon Hotel & Suites, Baguio City, Benguet Geny's Korean Restaurant, Baguio City, Benguet Rose Garden, Baguio City, Benguet Special Thanks to: Ate Cynthia Sumakey Tita Shirley Guindayan Sir Rex Ms. Emerita Albas 📍This is based on our own travel plan. You can use it as your travel guide. If you have some questions, just pm us or leave a comment below. 📍For more photos, visit our Instagram page: @foodentravel 📍For travel guide videos, visit our YouTube Channel: FOODENTRAVEL Don’t forget to subscribe. Have a safe trip and don't forget to have fun!! #Mt.Pulag #NorthernLuzon #AmbangegTrail #TravelGuide #BudgetItinerary #PinoyTravelVlogs
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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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With three hikes in as many months, making for a great start to the 2017 backpacking season, I once again met up with Travis in late June 2017 to do a 3-day, 30-mile hike in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Because of a lengthy closure of the Mt. Le Conte shelter due to bear activity we had altered our original plan to instead do the Big Creek Loop in the northeast section of the park. But just two days before our departure Travis was able to reserve a cabin at the Mt. Le Conte Lodge, fortuitously made available through a last minute cancellation. Travis also worked with the Park Rangers to modify the remainder of our permit, putting us back on our original plan - Alum Cave Trailhead, over Mt. Le Conte, a short section of the Appalachian Trail, then down to Smokemont Campground via the Sweat Heifer Trail with an overnight stay at the Kephart Shelter. Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a truly amazing place when you make the effort to get a few miles into the backcountry, away from the throngs of visitors that rarely leave the main roads. Jurassic Park-like vegetation, enormous first growth-size trees, countless streams and waterfalls, and beautiful vistas overwhelm all your senses. When you add the bucket list-worthy Mt. Le Conte Lodge experience and a wonderful night with some great new friends at the Kephart Shelter, this trip turned out to be a very memorable adventure. Similar to my other recent backpacking videos, this one has about 45 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 Travis and I 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 Music: "Once Tomorrow", "A Song", and "Adventures of the Deaf Dreamer" by Josh Woodward. Free download: http://joshwoodward.com/
Views: 32063 David Gray
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.
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Day 1: Bankhead Trailhead - Cascade Valley - Fint's Park campground Day 2: Fint's Park - Badger pass - Badger pass junction campground Day 3: Ink Pot - Johnston Canyon The video is not edited in chronicle order. Distance: 80Km (50miles) Our original plan was backpacking Mt Assiniboine which is one of the most beautiful mountains in Canadian Rockies. Unfortunately, however, the area was closed due to the extreme wild fire. You might have noticed that the air quality was not good in the video. We had not many choices as it's the busiest season and all the popular campsites were full. Fortunately, a park ranger in the wilderness center managed to find a route with available campsites for us. Thanks to her for spending more than an hour finding the route and making the campsite reservation for us.
Views: 789 Yongsung Kim
Dalton Mayor David Pennington unveiled a new vision for the city Thursday to the Dalton-Whitfield Chamber of Commerce. Plans being developed by the city call for it to become more pedestrian friendly, with bicycling and walking trails connecting the area's parks and recreation facilities. The plan also calls for new recreational opportunities such as canoeing and paddle boats on the Haig Mill reservoir. Those plans also anticipate that Crawford Street will be turned into an outdoor mall, with a tree-filled median, linking parks on either side of the city. (Video updated per City of Dalton request)
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Probably the most scary, most beautiful, most intense thing I've done. We decided to check out the goat trails that run from above the Ptarmigan tunnel over to Ahern Pass. You walk for miles on a thin ledge above thousands of feet of exposure where one misstep will be your last. Not to mention the scrambling above these drops with lots of loose rocks. Our plan was to drop down Iceberg Notch to Iceberg Lake once we got to Ahern Pass, making a 16 mile round trip. It was getting dark and we were tired so we went around Swiftwater pass for a 22 mile trip. Probably the safer/right choice but more hiking than we bargained for.
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Jasper, Alberta is not only stunning, but there are endless things to do, wonderful nearby RV campgrounds and the town is RV friendly. To get even more information about Jasper and links to all the activities we did click here https://keepyourdaydream.com/jasper We reached out to the Jasper Tourism Department months ago asking for some ideas of things to do. We had no idea our time in Jasper was going to be cram packed with activities! Links to everything we did are included below – “Mentioned in this Episode”. 🎬Course https://howtostartayoutubechannel.com/ If you have ever thought about starting a YouTube channel or just want even better videos to document your journey, we share everything we've learned. Learn how to create, grow and monetize your channel without knowing anything about video or wasting time. 😍KYD Insiders https://www.patreon.com/KeepYourDaydream *This is the best way for us to get to know you and follow your adventures. Click the link to learn more. ✅KYD Amazon Page https://www.amazon.com/shop/keepyourdaydream *This is a small way to help keep our channel going that doesn’t cost you any more money and all purchases are private. 🎼MUSIC: http://bit.ly/Artlist-KYD-Music Artlist is by far the best music source for YouTube The last song from this video: We also use: http://www.epidemicsound.com/ ************* MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE ************** Jasper Food Tours: https://jasperfoodtours.com/ Rockaboo Mountain Adventures: http://rockaboo.ca/ Jasper Horseback Riding: http://www.jasperstables.com/ Jasper Skytram: http://www.jasperskytram.com/ Jasper Fairmont: https://www.fairmont.com/jasper/ 👉All the info here https://keepyourdaydream.com/jasper ****************** START HERE VIDEOS ****************** KYD Playlists: Grand Ginger RV Tour: https://youtu.be/1LsuoLOksSo Our Camera Gear Video: https://youtu.be/pZSMRNAiHMo Our official Q&A video: https://youtu.be/ZKUDMI0QdFo RV Newbie: 10 things you should know https://youtu.be/BsEs-CLBbaU Payload & GVWR: https://youtu.be/qwFLOBrADBs *********** SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS **************** http://www.Instagram.com/KeepYourDaydream http://www.Facebook.com/KeepYourDaydream http://www.Twitter.com/KeepUrDaydream http://www.KeepYourDaydream.com *********** BECOME A KYD INSIDER ********** We want to get to know you! Meeting great people that are pursuing their dreams is what this is all about. Watch our Patreon video to learn about the KYD Insiders and get your own #TravelingGinger and take her with you on your next adventure! https://www.patreon.com/KeepYourDaydream *********** KYD PODCAST ********************* If you want to hear more great stories of people who turned “someday” into NOW... tune into Keep Your Daydream podcast. Stories of full-time RV, Sailing, Climbing Everest to riding bikes across the world, each episode is inspiring. http://www.KeepYourDaydream.com *********** KYD GEAR & AMAZON ************** Check out our new Amazon page for our favorite gear. We’ll be adding more items each day. This is a great way to support the videos. https://www.amazon.com/shop/keepyourdaydream *We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites. *********** CAMERA GEAR ********************* Our Complete Camera Setup: https://youtu.be/pZSMRNAiHMo Canon 6D Mark ii http://amzn.to/2FD2xhq Canon Rebel T5i http://amzn.to/2z4qyao Go Pro Session 5 http://amzn.to/2ykVORx GoPro Hero 5 Black http://amzn.to/2hnPllv GoPro Karma Grip: http://amzn.to/2hnjCRz Rode VideoMic Pro Plus: http://amzn.to/2FKJmy9 Mavic Pro Platinum: http://bit.ly/KYD-DJI-Mavic-Pro-Plat *We edit in Adobe Premiere Pro CC http://bit.ly/KYD-Adobe-Creative-Cloud Keep Your Daydream, All Rights Reserved *This channel for entertainment purposes only. We are not RV or travel experts. We share our opinions and what works for us, but you should do your own research. *We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.
Views: 50619 Keep Your Daydream
2.8 Acre Estate where sophistication meets recreation. Single level, expansive open floor plan with luxury details throughout. 1,000 sqft guest house above 4 car tandem shop/garage. Indoor/Outdoor living with amazing sunset views from the covered veranda. Salt water pool. City water and 1/2 inch seasonal irrigation water. Located on the Auburn wine trail, 10 minutes to town and a short drive to Hidden Falls Regional Park. Endless possibilities for farm, vineyard and horses. Bring your dream! Listed by Kary Smiley Contact - 530.200.9039 Music by : Ketsa Title : Dawns Dew
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In this video, Tommy shows you why he favors dispersed camping in the US National forests with some funny tales of inconsiderate people in campgrounds and then goes into detail about how to find and plan your free campsite in the forest. Safety tips and other handy info is also covered as well as an actual demonstration in the forest! Another video you may like is Exploring the Forest Roads. Here's the link https://youtu.be/xViMPmGqLhc www.TommySierra.com Instagram: @adventuretommy --------------------------------------------- Licenses have been obtained for all music in the video. To ensure proper attribution across all platforms this video might be viewed from and to comply with the copyright holder's requirements for use, song titles and artists are credited in the actual video (typically at the end of the video). Tommy takes copyrights claims seriously. Please contact via TommySierra.com first to resolve any issues.
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http://bit.ly/3DnjeM A group of Union Square residents are ready to take the citys parks and recreation department to court if plans move ahead to install a restaurant in the historic pavilion in Union Square Park.
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The Mt Wasburn Trail is the one hike you ought to try to do when you visit Yellowstone National Park. It is challenging and often rated as 'strenuous,' but the experience including the jaw-dropping panoramic view makes it all worthwhile. This video documents our hike, and I hope you plan to do it after seeing this. If you already hiked the Mt Washburn trail, leave a comment about your hike
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Simple Family went to valleyfair to check out the new ride delirious, and the Wild Thing, Corkscrew, highroller, monster, tugboat, the wave, northstar, steel venom, and others. We had a great time.
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Backpacking in Glacier National Park with Glacier Guides and Montana Raft. May 28, 2008
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John Daigle started his relationship with Acadia National Park as a park ranger while he was an undergraduate at the University of Maine. Now as a professor of forest recreation management, his work with Acadia continues in the form of park management research. Since the late 1990s, Daigle has researched topics including alternative transportation systems for the park and the environmental impacts of walking off trail on Cadillac Mountain. In tribute to Acadia’s centennial in 2016, UMaine Today is reflecting on the university’s relationship with the park, particularly in terms of significant research pertaining to the state. Read the full UMaine Today article online (https://umainetoday.umaine.edu/stories/2016/a-century-in-acadia).
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AMC's Maine Mountain Guide editor offers expert advice about how to climb Maine's highest summit in the summer. Learn more: http://goo.gl/D9JSse The Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC) is the oldest outdoor recreation and conservation organization in the U.S. Learn more: http://www.outdoors.org
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he National Park Service Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance program collaborates with communities on outdoor recreation and conservation projects. The Big Bend Habitat Restoration/Jordan River Trail connection in West Jordan and Lions Park in Moab are two success stories from the Utah office of this program, highlighting the kind of community-led projects that help people get in touch with the great outdoors. Learn more about how the National Park Service supports communities near you at www.nps.gov/rtca
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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/
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Waterton Lakes National Park is located in the southwest corner of Alberta, and shares a border with the Glacier National Park in Montana. Celebrated for its rugged mountains and wilderness, Waterton Lakes National Park is open year-round, and boasts many scenic trails -- including the Crypt Lake trail. Want to plan your trip to Canada? Visit http://uscw.canada.travel/canadaheritage Join us on Facebook and Twitter: http://www.facebook.com/ExploreCanada http://www.twitter.com/ExploreCanada
Views: 17890 CANADA Explore | Explorez