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Family holiday to Agadir Morocco 2018… Visiting the Souk, traveling through the Atlas mountains, riding camels and plenty of chilling on the beach!

First attempt at filming a travel/holiday video and first time ever editing any video. Still learning about all different frame rates, resolutions, ISO, White balance and angles ect…

Filmed with Yi 4k edited with Lightoworks (free version)

Music – Heuse & Chris Linton – Reactive [NCS Release]

Solo 3-day backpacking hike in Banff Rocky Mountains

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Solo 40 km backpack hike to Howse pass in Banff Park, Alberta. This is an abandoned fur trading route. I show tricks for making life easy in the wilderness. The trail was in such bad shape, with so much deadfall, that I had to abandon my attempt to reach the pass. Check out Brian Patton’s blog on this trail at: He’s one of the co-authors of my favorite hiking book “The Canadian Rockies Trail Guide”.

Best part of making these video (other than the hike) is matching music. For this video I used:

1:50 Instrumental version of Madonna’s “Amazing” found on YouTube.

7:20 Instrumental version of the Tragically Hip’s “Wheat King” found on YouTube. The Hip are an amazing Canadian band from Ontario.

15:10 Instrumental version of Collective Soul’s “Shine”. Done by Nick Scott. He’s on YouTube as Ambonick1 (

19:20 Instrumental version of U2’s “Bad”. Great song by an even greater band.

Girls Really needs to pee on Mountains on her vacations at – Hollywood Action Movies

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Girls Really needs to pee on Mountains on her vacations at – Hollywood Action Movies

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Best Movie clip on Vacations at Hawaii


Great Smoky Mountains National Park Backpacking (TN)- October 2018

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After what I thought was my season-ending trip to Glacier National Park in September, I decided to add a ‘bonus’ trip to Great Smoky Mountains National Park to finish out the 2018 backpacking season.

I did this trip with Tyler, who I met here on YouTube. Tyler arranged the much-appreciated ride up to Kintla Lake during my September 2018 Glacier trip. He was also originally going to hike in Glacier with me, but ended up cancelling due to the fires there – so as an alternative we made plans to do this October hike to GSMNP.

Tyler has his own YouTube channel (Hikergy 16) and he also published a video of our hike together. Check it out! Tyler’s YouTube channel is at:

This trip was in the western part of GSMNP, and the intent was to experience the many streams, creeks, and waterfalls in that area of the Park, as well as immerse ourselves in the unique ‘primordial’ forests you find in the backcountry of the Smokies.

Our hike started on the Middle Prong Trail, then onto the Lynn Camp Prong Trail to campsite 28 for our first night. On the 2nd day we unfortunately started ‘off-trail’ for a couple hours before finding our way back onto the Lynn Camp Prong Trail. We then connected with the Miry Ridge Trail which we followed to Jakes Creek Trail, then to the Meigs Mountain Trail which took us to camp #20 for our second night. On the 3rd day we continued on the Meigs Mountain Trail to the Meigs Creek Trail, and, after 18 stream crossings, arrived at ‘The Sinks’… and the car.

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 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
Video Editing Software: Vegas Pro 15
HDR Software: Aurora HDR 2018
Video Stabilization Software: Mercalli SAL v4

Pack: ZPacks Arc Blast 52l
Shelter: ZPacks Hexamid Solo Plus

Slide show music – Acoustic Guitar 1 by Jason Shaw, AudioNautix.

Gatlinburg Tennessee 2018 | Great Smoky Mountains

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Clips from our vacation we took to Gatlinburg, Tennessee. We had a great view of the Smoky Mountains from our cabin, Unbridled Memories.
Places we visited (in the video):
Ripley’s Aquarium
The Island
Hillbilly Golf
Cades Cove
Deer Farm Zoo and Horse Stables
Rainforest Adventures Zoo
Townsend, Tennessee
Sevierville, Tennessee
Pigeon Forge, Tennessee

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Zhiyun Gimbal

Walking in Romania – Carpathian Mountains

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Wild Frontiers Adventure Travel’s, Jonny Bealby, explores Romania on our walking holiday ‘Wild Walk: Along the Enchanted Way’ in the stunning Carpathian Mountains.

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CARP FISHING in the MOUNTAINS of Gran Canaria

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Visiting Gran Canaria to fish for carp has been high on our list for a few years now, and with the help of we take a trip to lake Chira. Watch to see tactics, action, surface fishing and some amazing carp!
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Backpacking the High Fagaras Mountains

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Days of climbing in the Roman Carpathians on the Pagrash mountain in the heat and cold in the sun and snow

See Why Sochi Is One of Russia’s Best Vacation Spots | National Geographic

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National Geographic reporter Sergey Gordeev takes a tourist-friendly look at Sochi, Russia’s top vacation spot and the only place in the country where you can experience five climate zones, from sub-tropical to mountain permafrost, in a one hour drive.
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12 tattoo ideas for travel lovers!

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Sonic & Knuckles Plush Vacations: The Spain Beach 2016 [Part 3/5]

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Hey everyone! Sonic and Knuckles document parts of my vacation to Barcelona, Spain. I went on July 7th and stayed in Barcelona until July 12th.
Sonic and Knuckles adventure and explore Barcelona!

In this five part series, you can see Sonic and Knuckles run free around the Spanish city and climb churches and mountains and ride on a ship travelling across the Mediterranean sea! DOLPHINS!
Part FOUR coming soon!

Sonic Unleashed – Apotos Day

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Cool Man Luke Goes Backpacking – Camping Part One

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This is part one of a backpacking and camping series, as Cool Man Luke travels across the USA. Cool Man Luke is an expert in survival, camping, and backpacking. Join in the fun and meet with cool man. Learn to backpack.

This is only part one. In future videos, Cool Man Luke will show you equipment, how to use it, and take you along on a backpacking expedition in the mountains of North Carolina, Colorado, California, and Montana. You can also meet Cool Man and join him on the trail.

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Lost Holidays – Adventure 07 Raduno in Arezzo

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Time for a bike party! Thanks to the crew from Arezzo Gravity for organising great trails and a fantastic day out

Spiguyver Backpacking YouTube Channel

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Welcome to the Spiguyver Backpacking YouTube Channel! This channel is about hiking, backpacking and other adventures. You’ll find gear reviews, DIY tutorials, and food reviews. New videos are posted at least every Tuesday, but often several times per week. Keep stopping by to check out the content!

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Linville Gorge Solo Backpacking 2014 – Part 2

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I finally got down to the Linville Gorge Wilderness in North Carolina for a short solo backpacking trip. I’ve known about the Gorge for a couple years now, and I’ve wanted to see it myself ever since I first saw pictures and video. I couldn’t find anyone that could come with me, so I went it alone. It was a great trip despite questionable weather, and I got to see most of what I set out to see. I will definitely be back to this beautiful place in the future.

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