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Bushwhacking Jungle Recce, Hammock Camping | FakawiTribe.com

Exploring our backyard jungles with the usual suspects..

Bushwhacking Carp! (How-to)

In this video I will show you how to bushwhack carp!
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Bushwhacking Hot Tenting with Kifaru 6-man tipi.

Did some winter bushwhacking and camping with my Kifaru EMR during the Nor Easter known as Hercules. The temps were unusually cold, hitting new record lows. The wind wasn't any fun either. I used a Mora #2 knife, charred cedar bark and rock to start a fire. Tested out some new kit including the Exped Schnozzel pump bag, Long/wide Ridgerest and Ti bowl/pot grabber combo. All the tested gear preformed as expected.

I used a DIY stove to heat the Kifaru 6-man tipi. It was maybe a little under powered for the larger shelter in cooler temps but worked. The shelter was generally warm and comfortable.

Bushwhacking

Mapping in GREEN.
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Bushwhacking in Tasmania

Comparing bushwhacking along Tassie's rugged west coast with Steve McQueen's classic motorbike scene from The Great Escape.

How to enjoy Bushwhacking

Here is 5 minutes and 20 slides on the sport of bushwhacking around Maryland. I talk about Masonville Cove, Leakin Park, Harpers Ferry, Indian Springs and a nasty bald eagle in Linthicum. I make few references on how I use my trusty GPS and Google Earth to find neat stuff in the woods.
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Bushwhacking to a peak on Nellie Lake

Six days winter camping... solo

I spend six days in mid January 2016 winter camping hot tenting in the Adirondacks. Two days were devoted to travel; getting to and setting up camp then breaking camp and returning home. The other four days I ice fish, bushwhack/ski, process wood, and hunt; mostly I just enjoy the solitude that only winter can provide.

Hiking, Bushwhacking & Geocaching : How to Plan a Hike for Beginners

Learn tips on how to plan a beginners' level hike that isn't too strenuous, long or difficult in this free hiking video series.

Expert: Kate Carcio
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Bio: Kate Carcio, a white water rafting guide, and climbing instructor at Zoar Outdoor, has enjoyed hiking and backpacking all of her life.
Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso

Winter bushwhacking with Kifaru Paratipi, EMR and E&E.

A winter MBO using my Kifaru Paratipi with small stove, EMR and E&E. I took the E&E to scrounge for bushcrafty teas, wood, tinder and fishing with improvised gear. Used my Kahtoola micro spikes to keep from slipping. Field testing of the Roselli Axe. Spent too much time at a daycamp so had hike and setup my Paratipi in the dark.There are 3 other videos of tools and firecraft used during this trip uploaded to Youtube.
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Bushwhacking It

Messing around with Jimmy and Tyson trying to get use to my bike before race day.

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Bushwhacking: A Comparison

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Bushwhacking Morrisville and RTP

Fox caught in a fence. Found while bushwhacking.

Bruce & Tom's Excellent Bushwhacking Adventure POV HD 1080P

A few POV shots from B&T's. August 2015.

KTM 300 xc-w Bushwhacking

Take the trail less followed they said, it will be fun they said.. At least until you're in the thick of it and your fighting your bike down an overgrown stream. The beauty of riding any dirt bike is that no matter where you are you're still having a good time.
On our last adventure out into the bush we followed the trail to its vary end. The trail led up a narrow canyon with a small stream that had washed out long sections of the trail. That left us with the challenge of wrestling the bikes through some seriously overgrown and rocky terrain.
What quickly became apparent is that even good enduro tires with the mighty tubliss system don't make the best traction on slick wash rocks. Perhaps a trials tire would have been in order for this section but that will have to be another time.
Nevertheless we trudged on for about an hour trying to see where the trail led and eventually found the end of they canyon where the boulders were insurmountable and the canyon walls turned into cliffs. Even though the trail let to nowhere, the journey was well worth the effort!
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Bushwhacking at the Turkey Burn

Hiking, Bushwhacking & Geocaching : Learn About Point-to-Point Hiking & Loop Hiking

Point-to-point hiking and looping can be a great way to ensure that you don't get lost or find yourself off the beaten path. Learn more in this free video series.

Expert: Kate Carcio
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Bio: Kate Carcio, a white water rafting guide, and climbing instructor at Zoar Outdoor, has enjoyed hiking and backpacking all of her life.
Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso

Hiking, Bushwhacking & Geocaching : How to Hike with Kids

Hiking can be a great exercise for kids, but also a dangerous and tedious one. Gain some strategies for hiking with the younger generations in this free video series.

Expert: Kate Carcio
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Bio: Kate Carcio, a white water rafting guide, and climbing instructor at Zoar Outdoor, has enjoyed hiking and backpacking all of her life.
Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso

Bushwhacking

Armattan Mini Quad ripping around with a 3S 2200mAh and Mobius with 50% hover throttle and almost 10 minutes flight time! Not bad at all...

Bushwhacking Medoc Mountain, North Carolina

Medoc Mountain State Park is located in eastern North Carolina in Halifax County, near Hollister. The namesake of the park is a large hill, which is all that remains of what was once an impressive mountain range. Today the highest point on Medoc Mountain is 322 feet above sea level, and there is no higher point between this hill and the Atlantic Ocean. There are numerous hiking, biking, and equestrian trails in this underrated state park.

This was my third visit to the area. I begin from the Visitor Center, hiking the Bear Swamp Trail to connect with the Summit Loop Trail, but as I climb up the west facing side of the hill, I decided to leave the trail and bushwhack south across a portion of the mountain I had not seen before. Since its winter, some good views towards the west. After hiking south along the ridge, I decided to head back down the west facing slope and eventually found my way back to the Loop Trail and followed it along Fishing Creek back to my original starting point. Although this park does not offer any dramatic vistas or any rare features, it is a beautiful and incredibly peaceful and lightly used area. Thanks for watching!

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