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Join me on this early spring solo canoe camping adventure in a hot tent. I paddled my Swift Prospector 14 pack boat to a remote island campsite and set up my Luxe Hexpeak 2P tent and 3W titanium wood stove for an overnighter alone. It was a great time with a delicious morning breakfast. Spring canoe camping reminds me of the fall colors that I missed so much throughout winter. Please it that LIKE button and leave me a comment if you enjoyed the video. I love hearing from you! For more content, follow me on Instagram 🤍BackcountryPaddler I can also be reached by email: backcountrypaddler🤍yahoo.com Thanks for watching, stay positive, and keep exploring! -Mark Luxe Hot Tents and Stove can be found here: 🤍 (Not affiliated) #hottent #hottentcamping #canoecamping
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We spend 3 days in Algonquin Park Canoe camping in the fall Oct 2-5 2021. Beautiful fall colours, lots of rain and cold wet weather. Steak dinner cooked on the fire, under a tarp, backcountry mulled wine around the fire, and camp pizzas. A perfect 3 day wilderness escape with Emma our Golden Retriever. Featured in this video is Jens first canoe flip and portage! Stay until the end to watch the embarrassing first attempt! We deal with a leak in one of our air mattresses and have a look at Jamies new air mattress. We stop along a portage to enjoy a beautiful waterfall.
#jimbairdadventurer #yukon #outdoors 11 Days Solo Camping in the YUKON Wilderness - Special Episode: Now that we’re about half way trough this series, I’ve released this special episode which is basically a highlight reel - a condensed version of the first six episodes. You’ll see me outfitting the canoe in Whitehorse, boarding the floatplane for my float plane drop off on a remote river, the Bonnet Plume, Portaging, bushwhacking, camping and canoeing in the wild mountain country. Enjoy! and stay tuned for the next episode of this series that’ll be dropping on Thursday at 7pm ET. The Yukon is a place where dreams are made and where adventurers have been going to follow their dreams since the Klondike gold rush in the 1880s. As much as anyone, I went there to follow my dreams and they became a reality…..but I wanted to go back, and I did. This film series covers my second big solo adventure in the Yukon. To check out my first one, click the link here: 🤍 Please subscribe to my YouTube channel to follow this series and check out my past adventure films. Don’t forget to give this vid a thumbs up 👍 and click the 🔔 icon to receive a notification when I post a new video. - Buy the Boreal 21 Folding Saw you see me use in this video through my affiliate link here: 🤍 Follow me on social media: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 My website: 🤍 Chapters: 0:0:00 Intro 0:1:24 Canoe Outfitting in Whitehorse, Yukon 0:04:52 Driving to Mayo, Yukon & Float Plane Charter 0:10:06 First Reaction after Drop-Off & Setting Up Camp 0:26:36 Fishing Tributary to Bonnet Plume and Gold Panning, Big Grayling 0:13:08 Fishing & Cooking Fish on Camping Stove 0:18:55 Morning Day 2 0:22:45 Treating a Cut With Spruce Sap 0:29:34 Whitewater Canyon Scary! 0:36:32 Getting to Camp 0:38:22 Moose Outside Tent Day 3 Morning 0:41:27 Panning for Gold and Paddling Whitewater 0:51:11 Big Portage Around Beautiful Canyon 0:53:31 Camp Night 3 0:56:38 Day 4 Morning, Portage & Class 3 Whitewater (Drone footage) 0:04:37 Scouting Canyon & Portaging 1:07:48 Running Scary Rapids, Near Dump! 1:12:05 Getting to Camp, Tripod Cooker & Rubaroo Stew 1:15:39 Morning Day 5, Bushcraft Cooking and Whitewater! 1:19:46 Arctic Grayling Fishing 1:27:46 Scouting Ahead and Over the Fire Cooking Fish & Dehydrated Meal 1:33:09 Pouring Rain & Long Portage 1:43:17 Running Whitewater in Beautiful Canyon 1:45:40 Fly Fishing for Arctic Grayling 1:49:00 Heavy Rain & Hail, Double Rainbow! 1:51:12 Sawing Wood, Lighting Fire and Cooking Fish 1:52:52 Coming Up Thanks again for watching and have a great day!
The river is ours! Come on this adventure as we aim to paddle over 50 miles (80+ kms) of the gorgeous River Wye running through Wales and England over 2 nights of wild camping using a tarp only! Join me on this EPIC winter solo canoe trip as I attempt to paddle from Glasbury to Hoarwithy over 2 nights of wild camping under a tarp, using fire to cook my food and purify my water. Wildlife on this section of the river was outstanding with over a dozen sightings of Kingfishers, Herons, Cormorants, ducks and swans. Even saw a Brown Trout jumping and a beautiful Barbel caught by an angler on the bank of the river. The sounds of nature were off the scale on this one, which is why I've opted to keep the music to a minimum. Swooshing rapids, gentle trickles of water, bird calls, owls hooting in the night, fire crackling and a gentle breeze. Wild camping using only a tarp shelter for protection comes with rewards and challenges! Hope you enjoy the adventure as much as I enjoyed making it, thanks for watching as always and remember to get out there and have some fun! Wye Valley Canoes: 🤍 Hoarwithy Campsite: 🤍 GEAR THAT I USE & TRUST: Sleep & Camp: Tent – Naturehike Cloud-Up 2 20D Grey - 🤍 Sleeping Pad - Therm-a-Rest NeoAir XTherm - 🤍 Fold Foam Pad - Therm-a-Rest Z-Lite SOL - 🤍 Sleeping Bag (Comfort 5c) - Thermarest Questar 32 - 🤍 Sleeping Bag (Comfort -2c) – Rab Ascent 700 - 🤍 Trekology Pillow: 🤍 Nemo Filo Pillow: 🤍 Tarp (Heavier) - DD Tarp 3x3 - 🤍 Tarp Lightweight – DD SuperLight 3m x 2.9m - 🤍 Tools & Fishing: Knife - Mora Outdoor Companion 860 - 🤍 Saw - Bahco Laplander Folding Saw - 🤍 Fishing Rod – QudraKast Fishing Rod - 🤍 Fishing Reel - Piscifun Flame Spinning Ultra Smooth - 🤍 Cooking: Water Filter – SAWYER Squeeze - 🤍 Stove - MSR PocketRocket 2 Stove - 🤍 Titanium Pot – Lixada Titanium Cup 750ml - 🤍 Cookware Kit – Aitsite Cookware Kit Aluminum Lightweight - 🤍 Wood Stove / Bushbox – Lixada Camping Wood Stove - 🤍 Filming: Drone – DJI Air 2S Fly More Combo - 🤍 iPhone 13 Pro 512GB - 🤍 GoPro – HERO8 Black - 🤍 GoPro Windscreen – Foam Windslayer Housing Case - 🤍 GoPro Clamp – 🤍 GoPro Dual Battery Charger - 🤍 Go Pro Chest Mount – 🤍 Head Harness – Amazon Basics Head Strap - 🤍 Tripod Main – K&F Concept 64” Compact Light Aluminium Tripod - 🤍 Tripod iPhone Adapter - Woohot 360 Degree Rotation - 🤍 Electronics: Garmin InReach Mini – 🤍 Battery Bank - Anker PowerCore 20100 - 20000mAh - 🤍 Charging Cable (Lightning) – Anker 1ft - 🤍 Headtorch – 🤍 Thermometer – 🤍 Clothing: Muck Boots (Knee length) – Arctic Sport - 🤍 Boots Hiking - Scarpa Men’s Terra GTX - 🤍 Lifejacket - 🤍 Socks (Waterproof) - SEALSKINZ Cold Weather - 🤍 Socks (Merino Wool) – 🤍 Other: Barrel 30l - 🤍 Barrel 60l - 🤍 Folding Water Bucket - 🤍 Arteesol Dry Bag: 🤍
Join me as I canoe camp alone in the freezing Adirondack wilderness. Overnight snows, strong winds, and a nighttime low of 16°F... made this trip one of my most fun, interesting adventures this year. I'm paddling a Placid Boatworks Rapidfire which is a light weight solo canoe and built for this kind of backcountry adventure: 🤍 To enjoy more Canoe Camp Climb adventures feel free to subscribe: 🤍 IMPORTANT NOTE ON DRONE USE Before launching a drone be aware of the FAA rules on usage and restrictions. The Adirondacks also have their own set of rules regarding drone use. In addition to the technical rules... as a basic human courtesy... I take special care to make sure I am not interrupting anyone's camping or nature experience. If people are around in these peaceful places... the drone stays grounded. Below are links to help you fly legally: 🤍 Adirondack Land Classifications Map: 🤍 HAPPY PADDLING!!! #canoeing #adirondacks #canoecamping #canoe #solocanoe #wintercamping
hWe go on a multi day canoe expedition to the wilderness of Scotland. Travelling 60 miles by canoe and wild camping along the way. Our trip starts at Fort William and finished in Inverness. We travel across the Caledonian Canal, through Loch Lochy, then onto Loch Oich where we join the wild river Oich and paddle through grade 2 rapids. Then we enter the monster loch ness and spend two days paddling and wild camping the 22 miles of this loch. Finally, we enter into the small Loch Dochfour and into the last section of the Caledonian Canal where we finish in Inverness. It was an epic trip, with rain storms, rapids, bugs and most importantly, incredible company! Donate to the Alzeihmer's Society here: 🤍 Go follow the incredible lads that did this trip with me: Matt - Adventure is Made: 🤍 Simon a Bloke in the Woods: 🤍 Ant Survive The Night: 🤍 RickT Outdoors: 🤍 Jack Turner: 🤍 Simon Eardley: 🤍 Richard Outdoors: 🤍 Ginger_Scarf: 🤍 Mattie - Magpie Woods: 🤍 MY BUSHCRAFT & SURVIVAL GEAR SHOP: 🤍 Tent: Snugpak Scorpion 2 ttps://amzn.to/3A0utE9 (UK) 🤍 (USA) Sleeping Bag: 🤍 My Bushcraft, Survival and Filming Gear (Amazon): 🤍 These are amazon affiliate links T-SHIRTS & CLOTHING: 🤍 TA Fishing YouTube Channel: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 TIKTOK: 🤍 taoutdoorofficial FACEBOOK: 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍 #camping #bushcraft #scotland
Hello! Welcome back! Taking you behind the scenes in this video on a recent business trip to Algonquin Park. We had five beautiful days in the northeast corner of Algonquin Park. The trip started off with hubby catching a gorgeous lake trout and we canoed our way to the beautiful Barron River and Barron Canyon. This video shows a little more of what we do as content providers; rather than content creators. I did not film as much as I would have liked of what goes into our production shoots - our priority for this trip were our clients but I am glad I was able to get some quick behind the scenes shots to share with you. To check out some the final shots from this trip visit: 🤍trustintimberproductions.com Hope you enjoy! xo Follow the journey on Instagram 🤍caitlin_timber & 🤍trustintimber Check out our other channel: 🤍 Freeze-dried gourmet food provided by 🤍 OUR GEAR: Similar tent: 🤍 Fishing rod: 🤍 Water filter: 🤍 Leatherman: 🤍 Caitlin's pants: 🤍 CAMERA GEAR: Camera 1: 🤍 Camera 2: 🤍 The Timber Life is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program. If you make a purchase through one of my links we may earn credit or commission at no additional cost to you.
Get Surfshark VPN at 🤍 Enter promo code EASTANGLIAN for 83% off and 3 extra months for free! Hello shaggers, Welcome back to another Adventure video where I go kayaking solo on the river Waveney for another awesome wild camp! I’d been waiting for the rain to stop for a few days and in the end decided I was going out anyway… luckily, as I was driving down the road the sun came out nice and bright for my paddle up the river, to get to an awesome woodland spot full of wild garlic! I had a nice camp fire before the dark clouds rolled in an I was pretty Much tarp bound for the night. Once again, the sun came out for a nice paddle back down river! Thanks for watching !!m Cheers to kayaks direct for hooking a brother up ! 🤍 If you want to support the channel you can help me out here …. 🤍 Some Of the gear I use can be found on my Amazon store here … 🤍 #kayak #camping #outdoors #river #nature #wildcamping #eastanglianbushcraft
Join me on this 4 day solo canoe trip where I paddle and portage through the Adirondack wilderness. I really enjoyed my time alone on this summer canoe trip, hearing nothing more than the rain on my tent and the sounds of the loons. The views were breathtaking! This trip gave me the best of both worlds - the ability to both push myself and also relax and unwind. On Day 1, I got to Adirondack Park in the early afternoon and so I camped overnight on an access lake where I parked. I was lucky enough to wind up camping in an Adirondack leanto and made what turned out to be an amazing (and easy) camp meal on the fire - smoked queso dip! Day 2, I started a 3 day loop portaging and paddling a chain of lakes when a thunderstorm hit early in the day. I took shelter and hunkered down under a pine tree until it passed. Later in the day I set up base camp across from a beautiful mountain for nights 2 and 3. Day 3 was my favorite day of this canoe trip by far. I hiked a mountain and caught my first ever brook trout! Of course, the first fish I would catch in nearly 15 years would go completely bonkers... This trip had everything I wanted...both sunshine and thunderstorms, long portages, hiking, fishing, tent camping, camping in a lean-to, good camp food, and solitude. I love the Adirondacks!! Watch my pre-trip gear list video here: 🤍 Follow me on Instagram 🤍backcountry_paddler I can also be reached by email: backcountrypaddler🤍yahoo.com If you enjoyed this video, please hit the LIKE button and leave a comment. I love hearing from you! -Mark #canoecamping #bushcrafter #campingalone
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Join me as I head out for a solo canoe camp on one of Australia's most beautiful rivers and do some bass fishing. This place is truely stunning. Hope you enjoy. HOW YOU CAN SUPPORT MY CHANNEL- Patreon- 🤍 PayPal (One Off Donation)- 🤍 INSTAGRAM- 🤍 GaiaGPS- (Use this link to receive 20% off a Premium Membership for your first year) 🤍 GEAR LIST (These are affiliate links. By using these links, I get a few bucks from each item sold at no extra cost to you) Alton Store- 🤍 Survival Supplies Australia Store- 🤍 SHELTER & SLEEP GEAR- Alton Quilt - 🤍 STS Ember Quilt- 🤍 3x3m Tarp - 🤍 Groundsheet - 🤍 STS Insulated Sleep Mat- 🤍 STS Non-Insulated Sleep Mat- 🤍 Pillow- 🤍 Hammock & Straps - 🤍 Hammock Bug Net - 🤍 Hammock Underquilt - 🤍 BACKPACKS- Fjallraven Keb 52L- 🤍 Hyperlite Mountain Gear Backpack- 🤍 Tasmanian Tiger Raid Pack 55L- 🤍 COOK & HYDRATION- Titanium Plate- 🤍 Titanium Grill - 🤍 Stainless Steel Bottle and Cup- 🤍 Nalgene Bottle- 🤍 Firebox Nano Twig Stove- 🤍 Toaks Alcohol Stove- 🤍 Optimus Gas Stove- 🤍 Jetboil Stash Stove- 🤍 Jetboil Genesis Basecamp Stove- 🤍 STS Cutlery Set- 🤍 Keith Titanium Fry Pan- 🤍 Sawyer Squeeze Water Filter- 🤍 EQUIPMENT- Vanquest Organiser Pouch- 🤍 Thomson Camp Knife- 🤍 Kor Bushcraft Knife- 🤍 Inexpensive Knife- 🤍 Silky Gomboy Saw- 🤍 Flint snd Steel Set - 🤍 Paracord- 🤍 Hootchie Cord- 🤍 Shemagh- 🤍 Sit Pad- 🤍 CLOTHING- Fjallraven Abisko Zip Off Pants- 🤍 Patagonia Hi-Loft Down Jacket- 🤍 Thermal Pants- 🤍 Thermal Top- 🤍 Leg Gaiters- 🤍 ELECTRONICS- Ledlenser Headlamp- 🤍 Garmin GPSMAP 66i- 🤍 Anker 20,000mAh Power Bank- 🤍 PADDLING- Canoe- 🤍 Lifevest- 🤍 Paddle- 🤍 BOOKS- Field Guide To Useful Native Plants- 🤍 Wild Food Plants of Australia- 🤍 CAMERA GEAR- MacBook Pro- 🤍 Canon EOS R- 🤍 Canon RF 24-105mm f/4-7.1 STM- 🤍 RØDE VideoMicro- 🤍 Slik Video Sprint III Tripod- 🤍 SanDisk 128G- 🤍 Aputure Camera Video Light- 🤍
Hey all Dave and me went out to test a Inflatable canoe down the river to have a hammock camp some nice food and epic outdoor time big thanks for watching
Hey friends. Butch and Barb here. Join us canoe camping in the Saranac Lakes Wild Forest in the Adirondack Mountains. We spent 4 days and 3 nights exploring the area from our basecamp at a beautiful primitive site on Floodwood Pond. In this video we share the first couple of days and nights. To enjoy more of our adventures feel free to subscribe: 🤍 I'm paddling a Placid Boatworks Rapidfire and my wife is paddling a Placid Boatworks Oseetah which are light weight solo canoes: 🤍 IMPORTANT NOTE ON DRONE USE Before launching a drone be aware of the FAA rules on usage and restrictions. The Adirondacks also have their own set of rules regarding drone use. My shots were taken outside the no-fly boundary and the drone kept within my line of sight. Outside of the technical rules... as a basic human courtesy... I also take special care to make sure I am not interrupting anyone's camping or nature experience. If people are around in these peaceful places... the drone stays grounded. Below are links to help you fly legally: 🤍 Adirondack Land Classifications Map: 🤍 HAPPY PADDLING!!! #canoecampclimb #canoeing #adirondacks #canoecamping #canoe #solocanoe
Hay on Wye to Hereford on the middle river Wye. 3 day, 30 mile canoe trip from Hay, via Whitney, Monnington, Bredwardine, Preston, Byford and finally Hereford. Taking in a wild camp in a secluded spot on our first night followed by a night on the riverbank at Preston. Shout out to Hay Taxi Bus for top class service taking us and our gear from Hereford rowing club to Hay on Wye. • Filmed using: Canon EOSR and RF lenses, GoPro Hero8 Black & GoPro Hero4 Black, GoPro Hero3 Black & Mavic Air drone. Zhiyun Gimbal & Tascam DR-05 Audio recorder. Edited in FCPX Voiceover recording by David Oliver 🤍 Davidolivermusic.com Music: Epidemicsound.com
At the end of the summer of 2022, I had the opportunity to canoe across one of Ontario's premier canoeing destinations.... Wabakimi. I had previously visited Wabakimi on a fly in fishing trip, but this would be my first time paddling through this enormous park. With millions of acres to explore, you could spend a lifetime traveling this land and not even scratch the surface. For this trip, I focused on a few specific locations on the eastern side. These locations had been on my bucket list for years! Wendall Beckwiths’ cabins in the heart of Wabakimi were a top priority. This eccentric scientist moved to Wabakimi in the 1960's and believed Whitewater Lake to be the "centre of the universe". I had heard the cabins were rapidly deteriorating, so I wanted to see what remained before it’s too late. I also took time to paddle the incredible Cliff Lake, which is possibly the most beautiful lake I've ever paddled in Ontario! There must be a couple hundred pictographs along the sheer granite walls of this iconic wilderness lake! This was an amazing trip where everything seemed to go my way, including the northern lights (aurora borealis) coming out to light up the night sky on two separate evenings. Paddling though Wabakimi was a very special experience for me and I'm in the process of planning another bigger, longer trip though this immense wilderness in 2023. I hope you enjoy the video. I also wanted to make a mention of "Wabakimi Canoe and Fishing Outfitters". Bruce, Margaret, and Lindsey were all extremely easy to deal with, including a last minute shuttle reservation and some inside information about the park. If you are considering heading to Wabakimi next year I would recommend talking to Bruce and the team as they certainly offer some great services and Im sure could make your trip easier and more enjoyable. 🤍 We have added a "Buy me a Coffee" link below for anyone who would like to contribute towards future Canoe the North films: 🤍 And don't forget to check out our Instagram account and facebook (links below) for regular content and updates: 🤍 🤍 #canoethenorth
In July 2022 we went on a weeklong canoe trip in Sweden. It was our first time we went wild camping in our tent or used public huts on the islands. We managed to paddle 90km through the Swedish lakes. The area we went through were in Varmland and Västra Götaland in Sweden. The route we did: 🤍 Follow us 🤍 & 🤍 Website 🤍 Music 🤍 GEAR (contains affiliate links) Tent 🤍 Tent ground sheet 🤍 Backpack 🤍 Water bottle with filter 🤍 Regular water bottle 🤍 Air mattress 🤍 Pillow 🤍 Cookware 🤍 Hiking shoes 🤍 Rain jacket 🤍 Pants 🤍 Satellite telephone 🤍 Camera 🤍 Drone 🤍 Lens Sony 24-105 4.0 🤍 Tripod 🤍 Spare battery 🤍 Camera clip 🤍 Battery charger 🤍 SD card 🤍 UV filter 🤍 Variable ND filter 🤍 Microphone 🤍 Full gear list 🤍 Want to know more about this trip? 🤍 (not sponsored) This summer is also did a similar trip, organised by the same company 🤍 Timestamps: 00:00 Day 1 16.6km paddle sleeping at 59°19'38.7"N 11°58'04.9"E 01:31 Day 2 19.8km paddle sleeping at DANO 15 Getön Öst - Foxen See 03:42 Day 3 11km paddle sleeping at 59°16'27.4"N 11°55'12.0"E 06:13 Day 4 15.2km paddle sleeping at 59°11'02.2"N 12°05'00.2"E 09:13 Day 5 20.5km paddle sleeping at Camping Alcatraz 11:16 Day 6 Rainy day at Camping Alcatraz 12:31 Day 7 Hiking around Gustavsfors #thecanoetrip #canoesweden #wildcamping
Welcome to another canoe adventure in Patagonia in our Pakcanoe 150. This time we explore "big mirror lake" and "small mirror lake". What looked on google earth to be a flat passage connecting the two, turned out to be a dangerous rapid which we had to deal with. Join Guido and I to discover some of the most pristine wilderness in the world! Truly breathtaking landscapes with snow-capped mountain, crystal clear waters and densely tree-covered land. On the first day, we were wind bound and only managed to cover a few KM. However, the early camp meant we got to unwind and enjoy the slower pace. On the second day, we covered the length of big mirror lake and connected to small mirror lake, taking a 700m portage in the middle to avoid a dangerous class 3 rapid. Finally on day three, we completed small mirror lake and walked along the road back to our car. We managed to hitch a ride and save quite a lot of time :-) Thanks for watching, be sure to subscribe for more adventures! Gear List and Links: Sleep & Camp: Tent – Naturehike Cloud-Up 2 20D Grey - 🤍 Sleeping Pad - Therm-a-Rest NeoAir XTherm - 🤍 Fold Foam Pad - Therm-a-Rest Z-Lite SOL - 🤍 Sleeping Bag (Comfort 5c) - Thermarest Questar 32 - 🤍 Sleeping Bag (Comfort -2c) – Rab Ascent 700 - 🤍 Sleeping Bag (Comfort -5c) – Mountain Equipment Helium 600 Tarp – DD Hammocks - DD SuperLight Tarp 3m x 2.9m - 🤍 Paracord (620lb) - Abma Cord 550 Paracord 9 Inner Strands - 🤍 Paracord (100lb) - Abma Cord 2mm Paracord 1 Inner Strand - 🤍 Tools & Fishing: Knife - Mora Outdoor Companion 860 - 🤍 Saw - Bahco Laplander Folding Saw - 🤍 Fishing Rod – QudraKast Fishing Rod - 🤍 Fishing Reel - Piscifun Flame Spinning Ultra Smooth - 🤍 Cooking: Water Filter – SAWYER Squeeze - 🤍 Stove - MSR PocketRocket 2 Stove - 🤍 Titanium Pot – Lixada Titanium Cup 750ml - 🤍 Cookware Kit – Aitsite Cookware Kit Aluminum Lightweight - 🤍 Wood Stove / Bushbox – Lixada Camping Wood Stove - 🤍 Filming: Drone – DJI Air 2S Fly More Combo - 🤍 iPhone 13 Pro 512GB - 🤍 GoPro – HERO8 Black - 🤍 GoPro Windscreen – Foam Windslayer Housing Case - 🤍 GoPro Clamp – 🤍 GoPro Dual Battery Charger - 🤍 Go Pro Chest Mount – 🤍 Head Harness – Amazon Basics Head Strap - 🤍 Tripod Main – K&F Concept 64" Compact Light Aluminium Tripod - 🤍 Tripod iPhone Adapter - Woohot 360 Degree Rotation - 🤍 iPhone Microphone - RØDE VideoMicro Compact - 🤍 Electronics: Garmin InReach Mini – 🤍 Battery Bank - Anker PowerCore 20100 - 20000mAh - 🤍 Charging Cable (Lightning) – Anker 1ft - 🤍 Headtorch – 🤍 Thermometer – 🤍 Clothing: Muck Boots (Knee length) – Arctic Sport - 🤍 Boots Hiking - Scarpa Men's Terra GTX - 🤍 Socks (Waterproof) - SEALSKINZ Cold Weather - 🤍 Socks (Merino Wool) – 🤍
In this video, I am out on the Norfolk Broads in my cedar strip canoe to explore Hickling Broad and spend an overnight wild camp in my hooped bivvy. The weather was not in my favour during the paddle, with a strong head wind and snow showers, but arriving at camp, I set up a tarp and canoe shelter to protect me from the weather. A chilly, but very relaxed camp with a warming fire, good food and a few nice beers. The morning brought a sharp frost and the most stunning sunrise to wake up to, set against the calm mirror-like water. I hope you enjoy the video. Thanks for watching. Links Dutch Army hooped bivvy 🤍 DD Superlight tarp 🤍 No. 12 British Army pan set 🤍 Firebox Gen 2 stove 🤍 Simon, a bloke in the woods Merchandise 🤍 Contact me at: simonablokeinthewoods🤍gmail.com Or by mail at: Simon, a bloke in the woods PO Box 384 Diss Norfolk IP22 9DB UK Facebook - Simon, a bloke in the woods 🤍 Instagram - simon_a_bloke_in_the_woods 🤍 Music A call from the sea - Walt Adams She believes - Lyndsey Abraham
Welcome back to our channel! Took a few months off as we welcomed our new addition, a tiny Timber! More on that soon but here's a video from earlier this summer. Caitlin is 7.5 months pregnant in this video but that didn't stop her from getting out in the backcountry! This is a two night work trip, so there are early call times to get the most beautiful light.. and man was it beautiful!! We also had some fun playing around and practicing paddling in moving water, had some beautiful campfires and explored a secret lake. Hope you enjoy! xo Follow our cabin build series on Trustin's channel: 🤍TrustinTimber Follow the journey on Instagram: 🤍caitlin_timber & 🤍trustintimber #camping #canoecamping #pregnancy
White water rapids, out of my comfort zone again... let's go! After dropping off my Dad from our last wild camp canoe trip on the lake, I head to the River in the North of UK for more adventure. Join me for an exciting, action-packed trip including: Canoeing in low wate levels, rapids, waterfalls, lining canoe, portaging, fishing for wild trout and finding a suitable camping spot for the night! Definitely out of my comfort zone on this one and the reward was that much better on completion of this mission. Covering approximately 20km in length, the River was full of surprises and went from dead calm to raging, low water rapids very quickly! Hope you enjoy the adventure and don't forget to like, comment and subscribe for more!!! See you wild ones on the next one! Eze. Gear List and Links: Sleep & Camp: Tent – Naturehike Cloud-Up 2 20D Grey - 🤍 Sleeping Pad - Therm-a-Rest NeoAir XTherm - 🤍 Fold Foam Pad - Therm-a-Rest Z-Lite SOL - 🤍 Sleeping Bag (Comfort 5c) - Thermarest Questar 32 - 🤍 Sleeping Bag (Comfort -2c) – Rab Ascent 700 - 🤍 Sleeping Bag (Comfort -5c) – Mountain Equipment Helium 600 Tarp – DD Hammocks - DD SuperLight Tarp 3m x 2.9m - 🤍 Paracord (620lb) - Abma Cord 550 Paracord 9 Inner Strands - 🤍 Paracord (100lb) - Abma Cord 2mm Paracord 1 Inner Strand - 🤍 Tools & Fishing: Knife - Mora Outdoor Companion 860 - 🤍 Saw - Bahco Laplander Folding Saw - 🤍 Fishing Rod – QudraKast Fishing Rod - 🤍 Fishing Reel - Piscifun Flame Spinning Ultra Smooth - 🤍 Cooking: Water Filter – SAWYER Squeeze - 🤍 Stove - MSR PocketRocket 2 Stove - 🤍 Titanium Pot – Lixada Titanium Cup 750ml - 🤍 Cookware Kit – Aitsite Cookware Kit Aluminum Lightweight - 🤍 Wood Stove / Bushbox – Lixada Camping Wood Stove - 🤍 Filming: Drone – DJI Air 2S Fly More Combo - 🤍 iPhone 13 Pro 512GB - 🤍 GoPro – HERO8 Black - 🤍 GoPro Windscreen – Foam Windslayer Housing Case - 🤍 GoPro Clamp – 🤍 GoPro Dual Battery Charger - 🤍 Go Pro Chest Mount – 🤍 Head Harness – Amazon Basics Head Strap - 🤍 Tripod Main – K&F Concept 64” Compact Light Aluminium Tripod - 🤍 Tripod iPhone Adapter - Woohot 360 Degree Rotation - 🤍 iPhone Microphone - RØDE VideoMicro Compact - 🤍 Electronics: Garmin InReach Mini – 🤍 Battery Bank - Anker PowerCore 20100 - 20000mAh - 🤍 Charging Cable (Lightning) – Anker 1ft - 🤍 Headtorch – 🤍 Thermometer – 🤍 Clothing: Muck Boots (Knee length) – Arctic Sport - 🤍 Boots Hiking - Scarpa Men’s Terra GTX - 🤍 Socks (Waterproof) - SEALSKINZ Cold Weather - 🤍 Socks (Merino Wool) – 🤍
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What a gorgeous trip this was. I am thrilled to take you along on this camping trip! The baby moose and momma moose were a bit scary, but I am thankful they left me alone. I believe the eggs in the water may have been snapping turtle eggs, What do you think? PURCHASE T-SHIRT: 🤍 I camp and hike in and around the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. This vlog-style video brings you with me. I also guide Boundary Waters Retreats! In the Superior National Forest, in Northern Minnesota. And anywhere else I can venture to! I love sharing the journey with you all. When you click these links and buy these things, I do make a small percent profit. It does not cost you extra. Thank you for supporting my channel :) :) I am super thankful. TENT: 🤍 SLEEPING PAD: 🤍 SLEEPING BAG: 🤍 DRY BAG: 🤍 COOK SET: 🤍 MOSQUITO NET: 🤍 KETTLE: 🤍 HAMMOCK: 🤍 SLEEPING BAG: 🤍 SHOES: 🤍 COOK STOVE: 🤍 COMFY COOL CAMP SHIRT: 🤍 CAMP TOWEL: 🤍 PORTAGE PACK: 🤍 #bwca #camping #canoecamping #boundarywaters #algonquin #algonquinpark #adventure #canoe #minnesota #kevlar #canoeing #paddling Thank you for subscribing, it means a lot to me. Website: 🤍jodiphotography.org Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 PATREON: 🤍 Email: Jodi.midd.create🤍gmail.com
Join me for an amazing canoe trip through the Temagami Wilderness. What a perfect place to paddle and portage with the beautiful fall colours in full bloom. Canoeing, portaging, fishing and camping in one of Ontario's most amazing canoe destinations. Sounds good to me.
🤍Corneliusclaesson planned a surprise trip for me. It turned out to be 2 nights in lake Båven, 2 hours south west of Stockholm. We had good food and great autumn weather with lots of colours and wild birds. We also got to try our new tent! Cornelius channel: 🤍 Music: Sure Is Heaven To Me (Instrumental version) - Amos Noah Morning Hike - Linsey Abraham When Light Fades Away - Mandala Dreams Mountain Spring High - Gabriel Lewis Monument That Will Be Forgotten, Pt. 2 - Hanna Lindgren, Rand Aldo
The Namekagon River is part of the St. Croix national scenic riverway. This video is the latest in our St. Croix series. We paddle 50 miles from Cable WI. to Trego. Canoe camping along the way. I'll give a few campsite tours, river descriptions and show some beautiful scenery, fishing was good, and the company better.
5-day backcountry canoe trip in Algonquin Park to Lake Louisa. This is the second half of the trip. We did experience a few days of rainfall and strong winds. The temperatures overnight were cooler, where we enjoyed the evenings by the campfire (the days it didn't rain). We had the lake to ourselves, which helped us disconnect with some solitude. It also allowed us to visit and review most campsites on the lake for future trips. The howls of wolves on multiple nights, which was surreal. video does not emulate the atmosphere in the night. Useful websites for planning your trip: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ⏱️ VIDEO CHAPTERS ⏱️ 0:00 Intro 1:22 First Breakfast (Shakshuka) 4:30 Checking Out Campsite Next to Us 6:40 Campsite with Bear/Wolf Skull 9:12 Third Campsite Smallest One 12:43 First Dinner (Beef Ramen Noodles) 17:00 Second Breakfast (Pancakes) 20:01 Island Campsite With 2 Camp 24:55 Campsite with Old Growth Trees 29:19 Second Dinner (Vegetable Korma) 31:53 Wolf Howls 33:55 Last Day 35:29 Our Campsite Tour 38:25 First Campsite on our Way back 39:53 Second Campsite on our Way back 42:37 Largest Campsite on the Lake 45:09 Portage Louisa to Rock Lake 47:12 Moose Calf with Mother sighting Thanks for watching! Tags : #AlgonquinPark #LakeLouisa #Canoe #Outdoors #5daycanoetrip #backcountry #OntarioParks #campfirecooking © Erratic Excursion 2021
4 day, 50km/31 miles paddling down the Glenelg River. Koalas, Wallabies, Kangaroos, snakes, stunning Blue Wrens and spectacular scenery made this paddle a magic little experience. Check out the video for a sample of our trip. FOR MORE ROTT SCOGGS VIDEO'S PLEASE SUBSCRIBE AT: 🤍
When it comes to Paddling NY, the Adirondack's St Regis Canoe Area is the best place for Adirondack Canoe Camping. Come along as we take our Placid Boatworks canoes deep into some of the most peaceful and remote canoe routes in the Adirondacks. I'm paddling a Placid Boatworks Rapidfire and my buddy Mike is paddling a Placid Boatworks Oseetah solo canoe. I consider them the best lightweight canoes... perfect for canoe camping in the Adirondacks. Subscribe for more adventures like this: 🤍 #canoecampclimb #canoecamping #adirondacks Follow us for more Adirondack canoe trips in our lightweight solo canoes. Whether you are paddling canoes or kayaks we hope you find our videos helpful. We'll share Adirondack canoe trips and routes to help you find the best places to canoe in the Adirondacks.
Mishaps are unavoidable when camping. In this video I share stories of my canoe camping Mishaps and Mistakes from camping in the BWCA that we can all learn from. Boundary Waters Camping is right around the corner. Permits are live and many people are excited for the upcoming paddle season. Thank you for watching! #bwca #boundarywaters #canoecamping #canoe #adventures #adventure #mn #minnesota I camp and hike in and around the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. I also guide Boundary Waters Retreats! In the Superior National Forest, in Northern Minnesota. And anywhere else I can venture to! I love sharing the journey with you all. Thank you for subscribing, it means a lot to me. When you click these links and buy these things, I do make a small percent profit. It does not cost you extra. Thank you for supporting my channel :) :) I am super thankful. DRY BAG: 🤍 COOK SET: 🤍 MOSQUITO NET: 🤍 KETTLE: 🤍 HAMMOCK: 🤍 KITCHEN SINK: 🤍 SLEEPING BAG: 🤍 SHOES: 🤍 COOK STOVE: 🤍 COMFY COOL CAMP SHIRT: 🤍 CAMP TOWEL: 🤍 PORTAGE PACK: 🤍 Website: 🤍jodiphotography.org Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 PATREON: 🤍 Email: Jodi.midd.create🤍gmail.com
In this video, our canoeing adventure along the Great Glen canoe trail in Scotland begins. Carrying all of our gear for the trip, we paddle along the Caledonian Canal and into the vast Loch Lochy where, after a taste of Scottish heavy rain and squally gusts, we spend our first night wild camping on a small shingle beach - a hearty dinner, a few laughs around the campfire and the sound of the waves lapping onto the shore to lull us off to sleep. There are twelve of us on this trip, attempting to raise money for the Alzheimers Society. I would like two thank everybody who has already donated to this essential cause, we have already smashed our target, but with your help we can go further! - I’ll put a link below to the JustGiving page. I will also put links to the YouTube channels and Instagram pages of the other guys who took part in this adventure - please go and check out their videos for their takes of the trip! Drone shots by Simoneardleyart - thanks mate! I hope you enjoy the video, part two will be up soon. Thanks for watching. JustGiving page for donations to the Alzheimers Society (Caledonian Canal Canoeing Adventure) 🤍 Ant Survive the Night (YouTube) 🤍 TA Outdoors (Youtube) 🤍 Adventure Is Made (Youtube) 🤍 RickTOutdoors (Youtube) 🤍 Richard Outdoors (Youtube) 🤍 Simon Eardley (Youtube) 🤍 Ginger_Scarff (Instagram) 🤍 Magpiewoods (Instagram) 🤍 Jack95Turner (Instagram) 🤍 Thank you for the pies! 🤍 Thank you for the steaks! 🤍 Campfire Grill 🤍 Modular Bags and Pouches 🤍 Honey Stove, Pocket Stove, Hexpeak Tent 🤍 Contact me at: simonablokeinthewoods🤍gmail.com Or by mail at: Simon, a bloke in the woods PO Box 384 Diss Norfolk IP22 9DB UK Facebook - Simon, a bloke in the woods 🤍 Instagram - simon_a_bloke_in_the_woods 🤍 Music: Twilight train By Dan Lebowitz Bring me your Sorrows By Dan Lebowitz
Join me (Butch) and Mike as we canoe camp the rugged Raquette River in the Adirondack Mountains. We battle stiff winds and strong currents as we approach the Raquette River Falls. After hiking the 1 mile stretch between the upper and lower Raquette River Falls we work up quite the appetite and cook a few drool-worthy campfire feasts. Food always tastes best in the wilderness. #canoecamping #canoe #explore #adventure #campcooking To enjoy more Canoe Camp Climb adventures feel free to subscribe: 🤍 I'm paddling a Placid Boatworks Rapidfire and my buddy Mike is paddling a Placid Boatworks Oseetah which are light weight solo canoes: 🤍 IMPORTANT NOTE ON DRONE USE Before launching a drone be aware of the FAA rules on usage and restrictions. The Adirondacks also have their own set of rules regarding drone use. You are not allowed to launch and operate a drone from within the High Peaks Wilderness... which borders the eastern edge of our route along the Raquette River. My shots were taken outside the no-fly boundary and the drone kept within my line of sight. Outside of the technical rules... and as a basic human courtesy... I also take special care to make sure I am not interrupting anyone's camping or nature experience. If people are around in these peaceful places... the drone stays grounded. Below are links to help you fly legally: 🤍 Adirondack Land Classifications Map: 🤍 HAPPY PADDLING!!!
One of the best part of a Boundary Waters canoe trip or any outdoor adventure is arriving at camp! Before you can fully relax, you need to make sure you set your camp up properly. In this video, Ashley Bredemus (🤍 will show you how to do exactly that. These five steps will make your camp site is weatherproof and animal-proof. 1) Find a perfect tent spot In most campsites in the Boundary Waters, it’s easy to find the tent spots, as they are flat squares. But before you place a stake in the ground, make sure everyone will fit. Visualize this two or three people — or however many are in a tent — laying in that spot. Do they fit? If so, you found a spot! 2) Set up a tarp Second, you want to put up a tarp. There are days you won’t do this but even if it’s not raining, tarps are a great way to bring everyone together and if the weather suddenly changes, you have shelter to eat and gather under. At the most basic, use two trees or anchor points. The two knots to use are the bowline, to connect the rope to the tarp and the taut line hitch, which you attach to the tree, the anchor and can easily tighten or loosen. Essential knots for tying down a tarp - 🤍 3) Set up the eating/ kitchen area The kitchen is easy to find – it’s right around the fire grate. Like other kitchens, you’ll hang out here a lot. 4) Bear-proofing camp There are bears in the BWCA, along with other critters who would love to get into your food! To avoid any unpleasant and frightening encounters, you need to keep a clean camp and properly store your food at night. Many people hang their food at night. The formula for this is at least 30 feet off the ground and 10 feet from the tree. But not every campsite has such a tree or a branch that’s ideal for a bear hang, and many will tell you, even when hung in a tree, critters can still get at your food. Many never hang their food and never have a problem with bears. No matter what you do, keep your food sealed in a container or plastic bag to keep the smell down. Many use a bear barrel. Store it 100 feet from campsite and keep your campsite clean! The best way to avoid bears is to not attract them in the first place. 5) Tucking it all away for the night Before you go to sleep, tuck everything away, either under a canoe, in a vestibule, or in your packs. Leaving gear scattered about is a good way to lose something and attract animals or if it rains, wake up to wet gear. Place the stove and cooking pots that will be used in the morning, along with paddles and life vests, and boots under a canoe. Make sure your packs are sealed and buckled. Sleep tight and wake up to a relaxing morning! MORE RESOURCES Get your BWCA permit - 🤍 Explore BoundaryWaters Routes - 🤍 Donate to keep the Boundary Waters Wild - 🤍 Note: No footage was taken within the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. Please abide by regulations and the strict no drone policy in the Wilderness area. Music SynchID: MB019S1224PX5FE
Would you go 6 days off the grid with no internet, toilets, or running water?! This is going to be the ultimate canoe trip through the Boundary Waters! 💌 Check out our travel newsletter 🤍 ✈️ We created FareDrop to help you score super cheap international flights! Try it risk free and get flight deals up to 80% off ➡️ 🤍 ⬅️ Episode 782 | State 32/50 Minnesota | Filmed July 13, 2021 Thanks to 🤍 for the awesome maps we used in this video! 📸 Follow us on Instagram for behind the scenes content: 🤍karaandnate 🤍 🗺 Create your own CUSTOM route map from your favorite vacation, city, or road trip with our new site! 🤍 🎶 Download the copyright free songs we used in this episode: 🤍 0:00 WHY are we in Minnesota? 1:07 Packing for 6 days OFF GRID! 3:59 Hello BOUNDARY WATERS CANOE TRIP! 8:07 BEAR ENCOUNTER 9:51 Best HEALTHY energy drink! 11:11 spontaneous waterfall swim! 14:36 Where do you camp in the Boundary Waters? 19:17 MOSQUITO APOCALYPSE 😂 22:44 Day 2 - did the bears eat our stuff?! 26:40 We went to CANADA! 31:19 BALD EAGLE! 36:39 Bloops —————————————————— Originally from Nashville, Tennessee, we got married June 2013 and quickly caught the #travel bug! We started “travel hacking” & finally decided we wanted to go travel for one year. After 2 years of saving $ and over 2 million miles and points, we sold our cars and apartment and left home January 10, 2016. We started this #travelvlog to share our experiences with friends and family, then decided we really liked vlogging and traveling, and we didn’t want to stop after just one year! After achieving our new goal of 100 countries and then all 7 continents (check out our documentary here: 🤍 we had no plans to slow down, until 2020 decided to force us to ;) which is when we bought a converted Sprinter van to start exploring our own country for the first time. #Vanlife was a major adjustment and so different than flying every week like we were used to, but we are incredibly thankful to be able to continue doing something we love every day. 😊🎥🌎 #celsius
In this video, part 3 in the series, Andy (Kent Survival) and continue our adventure in the wilds of Sweden and Norway. We leave our overnight camp spot after fuelling up on blueberry pancakes and bacon and begin the long, rocky portage down to lake Rogen - a big lake that will take us across to Norway. Our paddle starts off well with a gentle headwind as we head along the inlet and towards the main expanse of the lake itself. Once around the headland though, things take a different course and we are faced with a tough paddle into the wind for the rest of the day - hour after long hour. Finally, exhausted, we reach the southern shore and find a place to set up camp for our third night in Sweden. And luck was on our side this time - third time lucky - we find an official camp spot with a fire pit, a rock shelter and firewood. We deserved it this day! I hope you enjoy the video, Thanks for watching. Links Rogen Naturreservat 🤍 Ally Folding Canoes 🤍 SealLine Drybags 🤍 Amok Hammocks 🤍 Petromax Cool Bag 🤍 Honey Stove 🤍 Simon, a bloke in the woods Merchandise 🤍 Contact me at: simonablokeinthewoods🤍gmail.com Or by mail at: Simon, a bloke in the woods PO Box 384 Diss Norfolk IP22 9DB UK Facebook - Simon, a bloke in the woods 🤍 Instagram - simon_a_bloke_in_the_woods 🤍 Music In the Palm of your Hand. - Lindsey Abraham Last Train to Mars - Dan Lebowitz
Woodland Caribou Provincial Park has to be one of the world’s premier canoe-tripping destinations. A few years ago, I (Keenan) had the pleasure of paddling through this park with my brother on an ice-off fly-in trip. It was one of the best canoe trips I've ever experienced. For the past few years my wife Ashley and I have been trying to plan a canoe trip to this unique destination but there always seemed to be something that got in our way, which was usually forest fires! Over 50% of Woodland Caribou burnt in 2021 and that is on top of all the multiple, previous fires that have taken place over the years. In the summer of 2022, we were finally able to make our dream a reality by visiting Woodland Caribou provincial park for the better part of two weeks. This was one of the best canoe trips Ashley and I have ever been on. We were fortunate to experience some truly special and unique moments, including viewing the northern lights and incredible sunsets, witnessing a huge bull moose, and seeing an endangered Woodland Caribou. This film was done in a slightly different style for us and we really hope you enjoy it. It was a lot of fun to put together. Revisiting the footage from this trip really makes us want to go back. Who knows what spring 2023 may hold!…If you enjoy our films, it would mean so much for you to subscribe, share, and like! Also wanted to give a big thank you to the Rogalinski family who own and operate Goldseekers Outfitters in Red Lake Ontario. They truly provided top notch service and were excellent to deal with. Nothing but good things to say. Thank you! 🤍 We have added a "Buy me a Coffee" link below for anyone who would like to contribute towards future Canoe the North films: 🤍 And don't forget to check out our Instagram account and facebook (links below) for regular content and updates: 🤍 🤍 #canoethenorth
Cory, Jessica and Everett spend six days in the secluded mountains of northern New Brunswick, along the beautiful Restigouche River! Full gear list below!! Follow us on Facebook & Instagram 🤍WaterborneCamper SAFETY GEAR Garmin InReach: 🤍 O’Brien Life Jacket: 🤍 Bilge Pump: 🤍 PADDLING GEAR Overboard Waterproof Bags: 🤍 SealLine Waterproof Bag: 🤍 Dry Barrel: 🤍 Paddle Grips: 🤍 Camera Floater: 🤍 Net Bungees: 🤍 CAMPING GEAR Quechua Pop-Up Tent: 🤍 Chill Gorilla Tarp: 🤍 Intex Air Mattress: 🤍 Eureka Inflatable Pillow: 🤍 Flextailgear Air Pump: 🤍 Trekology Folding Camp Chair: 🤍 Polar Bear Coolers: 🤍 Platypus Soft Water Bottle: 🤍 Fiskars Hatchet: 🤍 Silky Gomboy Folding Saw: 🤍 Lightweight Lighting: 🤍 COOK GEAR MSR Mini Stove: 🤍 Jetboil Fuel Canister Stabilizer: 🤍 Bushcraft Essentials Mini Twig Stove: 🤍 Boundless Voyage Lightweight Titanium Grill: 🤍 FOOD Mountain House Freeze-Dried Food: 🤍 ENTERTAINMENT Diver Waterproof MP3 Player: 🤍 Travel Size Games: 🤍 Pocket Shot Slingshot: 🤍 CAMERA GEAR GoPro Hero 7: 🤍 RAM Mount Camera Mount: 🤍 RAM Mount Camera Mount Arm: 🤍 #canoecamping #kayakcamping #newbrunswick
We went canoe camping with a hot tent after work! After some days working in front of the computers, we decided to take our solo canoes our for a short canoe camping trip. We loaded the canoes and all the gear, little bit too much, and headed out on a lake a few kilometers west of Jokkmokk. We found a perfect camp spot where we set up our small ultralight hot tent with the super lightweight titanium stove and made a tasty campfire cooking dinner. The next day we paddled back to the car and got home in time to continue the work at our homestead. This is how we like to spend an “after work” here in Lapland. Matti & Stina + Johnny & Annie IF YOU LIKE OUR VIDEOS AND WANT TO US TO PRODUCE MORE VIDEOS, PLEASE CONSIDER TO SUPPORT US! If you do so we would be very grateful, making the videos take a lot of time. You can support us either on: Buy Me A Coffee: 🤍 PATREON: 🤍 PayPal: 🤍 Swish: 0706842220 or Buy a SUPER THANKS via the $THANKS button below our videos. SOME OF THE OUTDOOR GEAR: Waterproof barrel: 🤍 Aclima wool sweater: 🤍 Western mountaineering sleeping bag: 🤍 Devold Svalbard sweater: 🤍 Klättermusen Balder wool hoodie: 🤍 Stove Primus Express Spider: 🤍 Primus ETA pot: 🤍 GSI Backpacker mug: 🤍 Cimarron pyramid tent Cub U-Turn Ultralight Tent Stove CAMERA EQUIPMENT WE USE TO MAKE OUR VIDEOS: CAMERAS: Sony A6400: 🤍 Sony A7iii: 🤍 Sony RX100 VII: 🤍 DJI Osmo Action: 🤍 LENSES: Sony SEL-200600G: 🤍 Tamron AF 28-75/2,8 Di III RXD: 🤍 Sony E 70-350/4,5-6,3 G OSS: 🤍 DRONE: DJI Mavic Air 2: 🤍 TRIPODS: Sirui Traveler 5C: 🤍 GoPro Jaws: Flex Clamp: 🤍 Joby Gorillapod 3K Pro: 🤍 MICROPHONES: Rode VideoMicro: 🤍 We are Stina & Matti and we run JOKKMOKKGUIDERNA and WORKING HUSKY KENNEL. We offer guided outdoor tours in Jokkmokk, Sweden Lapland all around the year. During the winter we mostly do dog sledding trips and summertime it’s hiking tours, wildlife safaris, canoe and packraft trips. We live year-round with our 50 Siberian Husky and 2 Border Collies in Jokkmokk, North of the Arctic Circle. WEB PAGE: 🤍 SOCIAL MEDIA: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 BLOG (in Swedish): 🤍 The MUSIC in this video comes from Epidemic Sound. Click the link: 🤍 and Get a 30 days FREE trial! LINKS USED IN THE DESCRIPTION MAY OR MAY NOT BE AFFILIATE LINKS By using the affiliate links we earn a small fee of your purchase, it does not cost you anything extra to use them. They help us to be able to create more videos for you. Thank you for your support! Chapters: 00:00 Solo canoeing 03:25 Goes ashore at the perfect camp spot 04:32 Making fire 05:14 Setting up the hot tent wood stove 06:40 Campfire cooking 09:23 Cozy evening and bird watching 10:59 Fire in the tent stove and bed time 12:08 Rainy night 12:39 Titanium wood stove 13:54 Good morning in the tent and breakfast 16:20 Tent coma 16:53 Packing up and tear down the tent camp 18:53 Cockoo bird 19:23 Loading the canoes and canoe launching 21:01 Extro
Loop starts and ends at Cedar Lake in Northern Algonquin Park, we stayed the first night on Catfish Lake and the second night on the Nipissing River! Instagram | 🤍alexisoutdoors | Follow for frequent photo content from all my trips! ——MY GEAR LIST——— TENT: 🤍 Leatherman Multitool: 🤍 PANTS in this vid: Halle Pranas BUCKSAW: 🤍 FIRESTEEL: 🤍 PUUKKO: 🤍sakuhonkilahti (Instagram)| sakuhonkilahti🤍ntikka.fi (email) | BOOTS: Haix “Scout 2.0”: (US) haixusa.com/haix-scout | (CA) haixca.com/haix-scout TARP Aquaquest Safari 10x10: 🤍 SLEEPING BAG: 🤍 -12c Down bags SPORK: 🤍 COOK POT: 🤍 Instant Coffee: 🤍 BIOLITE Headlamp: 🤍 JACKERY Explorer 500 Power Station: 🤍 Husqvarna Forest AXE: 🤍 BOW SAW Agawa Canyon Boreal 21: 🤍 THERMAREST Sleeping Pads: 🤍 Mora Knife (Bushcraft Black): 🤍 Earthpak Drybag: 🤍 SealLine Pro Drybag: 🤍 Aquaquest Guide Tarp (10X10): 🤍 Silky Ultra ACCEL Saw: 🤍 Buck Saw Blade: 🤍 Twig Stove: 🤍 Titanium Micro Burner: 🤍 Cooking Fuel: 🤍 Life Jacket: 🤍 Paracord: 🤍 Telescopic Fishing Rod: 🤍 ——CLOTHES—— Halle “Prana” Hiking Pants: 🤍 Fjallraven Keb Trousers (fjallraven.com) Ball cap: 🤍 ——FILMING GEAR —— Canon M50: 🤍 EF-M 22mm Lens: 🤍 Tripod: 🤍 GoPro Hero7Black : 🤍 GoPro Battery&Charger: 🤍 GoPro Batteries: 🤍 Rode Video Micro: 🤍 —— AFFILIATE LINKS to the PRODUCTS I USE ABOVE—— (Buying products through the above links help support my channel at no extra cost to you)
Let's go on a tough canoe trip in the northern Ontario wilderness. We are exploring the Ranger Lake Loop for 10 Days. The Ranger Lake Loop is a tough canoe trip with upstream travel and unmaintained portages. This route passes through two non-operating provincial parks, Aubinadong-Nushatogaini Rivers and Algoma Headwaters. This is a lost canoe route that very few people travel. In this video we paddle from Ranger Lake to Megisan Lake over the course of 6 days. We were lucky to have great weather and good fishing. It felt amazing to get out on a longer canoe trip in a remote part of Ontario with my Uncle Doug. Thanks for watching! Please leave me a comment if you have any questions. Hit the thumbs up button if you enjoyed this video and please click subscribe if you haven't already! Subscribe here: 🤍 Share this video: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍