… set to a quote by legendary conservationist John Muir, and narrated by infamous mountain climber, Lou Whittaker.
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related – Sierra Club – John Muir
If you love protected wilderness, oppose Donald Trump and the GOP.
As well as featuring dramatised recreations shot on location on Everest and in New Zealand, the film includes original footage and photographs from what was then the ninth British expedition to the mountain.
It also includes audio from interviews with Hillary and recorded narration by expedition leader John Hunt. …
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You can watch the entire film online free on YouTube. (1hr 39min)
Super experienced, Otter pushed the limits one time too many. He died sometime after January 18th, 2016 in Lower Lagunitas Campground, New Mexico.
Rest in peace.
Beyond the Edge is a 2013 New Zealand 3D docudrama about Tenzing Norgay and Sir Edmund Hillary‘s historical ascent of Mount Everest in 1953. As well as featuring dramatised recreations shot on location on Everest and in New Zealand, the film includes original footage and photographs …
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… David Kallin, husband, father, and outdoor adventurer describes his family’s extraordinary adventure trekking the 2,185-mile Appalachian trail. In his talk, David describes the challenges and tremendous rewards of watching his young children (ages 8 and 9) navigate the arduous five-month long hike from Georgia to Maine. …
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Key Takeaways From This Video:
1. Early on, the kids needed help with everything but by the end they had grown and matured.
2. At the beginning, sometimes the tough climbs were too much for their young legs, so their parents would take their packs. But by the end, they were carrying all their own gear – clothes, sleeping gear and even their shelter.
3. Everyone faced challenging conditions – cold rain then sleet then snow then hail. There were freezing nights. At first, it was the adults who would get up early to set up a fire to warm up the socks and shoes so they could get them back on their feet. By the end, their daughter was wringing out her own wet socks the night before, stuffing them into her own pockets. The kids had truly become self-sufficient.
I hope you have been as inspired by David’s story as I have.
Isn't this frustrating?
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