Montem Ultra Strong Trekking Poles Review – Over 10 Hikes and Strong as Ever!

So this is a quick video review of the Montem hiking poles that I bought about six months ago. I’ve probably taken them out hiking about 10 times. I’ll just go through the things I like. I think that probably the thing I like best about them is the super Continue Reading

INSANE HIKE THROUGH a MEXICAN GHOST TOWN!😱 (Barranca de Huentitán, Guadalajara)

What is going on Members of the Barrio It’s Jon coming to you from Guadalajara And we are about to start.. Probably the most famous hike in the area? It’s called Barranca de Huentitan.. The Canyon of Huentitan And I had to wake up at 7 o’clock in the morning Continue Reading

Backcountry Hiking and Backpacking – Visiting Yellowstone

You’re watching Visiting Yellowstone One of the most amazing aspects of Yellowstone National Park is the sheer size of this place. The park consists of 2.2 million acres. To reach the wildest sections of this ecosystem, the National Park Service has developed a 1000 mile trail system. Walking in to Continue Reading

Hiking HURRICANE RIDGE – Olympic National Park – WASHINGTON

we’re going out now to hike this hike in Olympic National Park called hurricane Ridge so it’s this huge hike it’s like a thousand foot climb over the three miles of the hike it’s an out-and-back it looks really nice it’s maybe the most popular hike in the park definitely Continue Reading

Treksta Men’s ADT Mid 201 Hiking Boots

Utilizing innovative Gore-Tex surround construction and built on Treksta’s foot mirroring NestFit last, the Treksta men’s ADT Mid 201 hiking boot delivers fit, support and water proof breathable protection. Let’s take a closer look at its unique construction. The upper of the boot is constructed of a water repellant nubuck Continue Reading

Solo winter overnight hike in the Rockies

All right, so it is Saturday March 16th and it is my first overnight hike of the year yeah I can’t believe it’s been this long since I’ve had a hike but like I said in an earlier video January February were brutally cold and I was busy with work Continue Reading

Kai Shan Hike: mountain graves, wetlands and China

We are hiking Kai Shan today. We are a big group. It’s in Yuen Long, it took us forever to get here, didn’t it? Wing, tell us about Kai Shan. It’s quite Kai (stupid in Cantonese) Well, it’s pretty burned. But it’s not very tall. It’s like 121m high. But Continue Reading

Be An Outdoor Ambassador: How To Implement Low-Impact Hiking Skills

We go outside to wander and to explore the adventurous spirit within ourselves. As an endurance runner and an ambassador for our trails I want to encourage you to look before you step and to implement low-impact recreation skills to preserve these outdoor sanctuaries for generations to come. While traveling Continue Reading