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Backpacking cook set for under 5!

Backpacking stoves, pots, and utensils can cost a lot of money. I will show you how I made a cook set for under $5.
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Ultralight Backpacking Gear List

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Best DIY Cook Kit for Hiking Wilderness Camping

Amazing Wold Famous Cook Kit UpdateThe Econo Challenge goes on a test hike to review the many new features of the original World Famous Cook Kit by Bushman of Yukon. This kit uses the World Famous Stainless Steel Mountain Mug as a cooking pot and our Wood Pellet Hobo Stove. This is a powerful ultra-lite kit you can build yourself out of recycled materials. We think this is the best backpacking cook kit ever inspired by YouTube! Give us thumbs-up if you agree. We look forward to your comments.New Video on the updated Cook Kit 2013: http:youtu.beOIb6X3XK8MMWeight: 540 g 19 oz Fuel: Wood, Alcohol, Amazing Cotton Balls or Hexamine fuel tabletsTo see the first build of this kit: see more of our Wood Pellet Hobo Stove click: http:youtu.beOIb6X3XK8MMTo see how to build an Amazing Wilderness Camp Hammock Chair (Bushcraft Chair): will enjoy this video series if you hike, backpack, paddle, peddle, kayak, wilderness camp, practice bushcraft or love putting them all together!
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What s in my pack for a thru hike. Sub 10 lbs Hammock Stuff.

Like Fronkey on Facebook: https:www.facebook.compagesFronkey139207666247851 Hey everyone, lazy Fronkey here and I finally whipped up the "What's in my pack" video showing what I carried on my thru-hike last month. After my huge nightmare I explain what and why I carry the things I do while I'm out on the trail. My dog Tala shows off what she carries on the trail too. Base weight is at sub 9Ib and my Skin out weight is sub 13. Thanks for watching. :DLike Fronkey on Facebook: https:www.facebook.compagesFronkey139207666247851[YOUTUBE][YOUTUBE]Base Weight -http:www.geargrams.comlist?id=10118Skin Out - http:www.geargrams.comlist?id=9135Fronkey
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Rust Proof your DIY Cook Pot!

For this Backpacking Gear Tip, I'll show how I upgraded my DIY cook pot with some rust proof treatment. http:www.sintax77.comSo far I've testing this on my coffee can DIY cookpot, but it should work great on just about any item in your DIY backpacking cook set.
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My Ultra Light Camp Cooking

To see more light weight camping gear CLICK HERE http:youtu.beAwTbPDZVGdMVideo of my ultra light CAMP COOKING set at a private camp site in the mountains of the Great Dividing Range in Australia. When you're hiking and backpacking it can be important to have light weight gear, unless you're a strong bastard who just likes carrying heavy stuff! lolThis camping cookware set is made from titanium thanks to the legends at Snow Peak! I've owned various camping stoves and cookware equipment but nothing comes close to the compact and light weight Snow Peak range. Titanium is stronger and lighter than aluminium. The only downside of titanium is it's more expensive and is a bit slower to heat up than aluminium.I have more gear reviews, camping and hiking information at my channel. There will be lots more videos coming.Don't forget to subscribe CAPTIONS TRANSCRIPT I made this video to thank Snow Peak for making the ultimate cook set, best in the whole world. Here's their new 300ml cup. Fits inside the old 450ml, which then fits inside the 600ml. that then fits into the 700ml. theres the lid for the 700ml, 700ml fits into the 900ml. It all packs inside itself. Heres an alteration I made, I made a lid for the 600ml mug by cutting the top off a tin can. Theres the 700ml with its lid. 900ml has a fry pan lid. The new 300ml titanium mug is very impressive. Inside I can put a cleaning pad, pepper, salt, some foil. Unfortunately the home made 600ml lid doesn't fit inside. When having a campfire in the woods its best to have a very small fire for safety, it also wastes less of natures resources.
10,634 views | Mar 03, 2014

Renovo TRIO Water Filter Sawyer Squeeze Killer?

Taking a first look at the Renovo TRIO Water Filtration System. Has the Sawyer Squeeze Mini met it's match? Time to do some testing... http:www.sintax77.comSpecs and Water Filter Description as per Manufacturer:UF Filter Pore Size: .05 Microns Dimensions: 7.1" x 1.4" Weight: 3.5 oz. Capacity: 1000L Flow rate:= 200 mlmin1. Pre-filter:Similar to a coffee filter, the purpose of the pre-filter is to remove large particulates in the water. This enables the Trio to be used in turbid water sources. This filter element is rated at .05 microns. The Trio comes with 4 replacements of the pre-filter.2. Renovo Trio UF hollow fiber membraneUF Hollow Fiber MembraneThe Ultra Filtration (UF) hollow fiber membrane is unique in a couple ways. First, it has a large surface area that enables a high flow rate. Second, the membrane has a smaller pore size than most other hollow fiber membrane filters. When the hollow fiber membrane has reduced flow, simply back flush the filter with clean water and continue use. It is recommended to back flush this element before putting in storage. 3. Renovo Trio Activated carbon tipThe last filter element is a carbon impregnated fiber. To be effective, water must be in contact with the carbon so the carbon can absorb the contaminates. Many water filters use a granular carbon that can develop pathways or channels through the medium which reduces exposure. Block carbon is by far the best method of exposing water to the medium but has a significantly low flow rate. Using a carbon impregnated fiber, the Trio is able to maximize exposure while minimizing the pathways or channels that can develop in other filters. A note on the PackagingThe innovation does not stop with the filter technology. The Renovo Trio is packaged in a hermetically sealed bag that extends the life of the filter. Activated carbon, when exposed to air can begin the degrade and lose the effectiveness of the medium. Because of the unique packaging of the Trio, it can be stored for many years and retain the effectiveness of the filter. Each replacement filter elements come in a hermetically sealed bag as well.
11,217 views | Apr 06, 2014

Snow Hiking Vermont Winter Backpacking Frigid Camping in the Green Mou...

Tired of waiting for warmer weather, I decided to revisit Vermont's Green Mountain National Forest for some winter backpacking and a dose of snow camping. The specific location I chose was the Big Branch Wilderness area. This is very close (just a bit further North) to the Lye Brook Wilderness, where I filmed my solo hike to the Stratton Pond area. This helped me to be familiar with the general area in terms of driving, but it would be my first visit to the Big Branch Wilderness, in hopes of doing some snowshoeing and getting a different Winter perspective on Vermont's Green Mountains. My general direction taken was the along the Lake Trail towards Baker Peak and Griffith Lake, following and crossing McGinn Brook and eventually connecting to the Appalachian Trail Vermont Long Trail. At least that was the plan... I also also try my hand at setting up a tent in the snow, which by the way, will be my 3-season tent, so we'll see how that goes too. Oh and speaking of that, here's my backpacking gear for the trip. Gear List: (32lb Base + 7lbs Food & Water = 39lb Total Pack Weight) EMS Long Trail 70 Backpack Kelty Salida 2 Tent (3 season tent, not actually built for winter) Nalgene 1 liter water bottle inside EMS insulated hip pouch. Disposable 1 Liter Water Bottle kept in Pack 1 Liter Platypus Bladder for backup water storage DeLorme PN-60 GPS, Long Trail Map by Green Mountain Club, and Forest Service Print-Outs Brunton Classic Compass Layers of various synthetic clothing (worn plus spares): (long underwear, short sleeve and longsleeve shirt, EMS fleece lined pants) MontBell Ultralight Down Parka - 800FP Water Proof Outer Layer - EMS Thunderhead Jacket and some cheapo synthetic track pants Outdoor Research Rocky Mountain High Gaiters Zero Degree Down Sleeping Bag - Kelty Cosmic Down 0 Therm-a-rest Z-Lite Sleeping Pad Klymit Inertia X-Frame Sleeping Pad EMS Packable Pack - Used as pillow (but it's really a stuffable daypack) EMS 'Altitude' Mittens with fleece inner gloves Regular gloves, knit ski cap, balaclava etc. Garmont GTX Snow Boots Carhartt Sock Liners paired with EMS Mountaineering Socks Kahtoola MICROspikes (ice traction for boots) Alps All Terrian Snowshoes 25" Swis Gear Hiking Poles Large trash bag, paracord, extra assorted zip-lock bags Ramen Noodles, Mountain House Pro-Pak dehydrated dinner, snacks etc $8 Ultralight Canister Stove with small Jetboil Fuel canister 'Light My Fire' Mini Fire Steel, waterproof matches, small lighter Space Blanket 2 ReVive Solar ReStore chargers for video camera, phone, etc PTEC Byte Headlamp & Preon 2 Penlight Tin Can Cookset & Light My Fire Spork Instant Coffee!
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Ultralight Cook Kit

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backpacking and bug out bag mess kit the walmart grease pot

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DIY Backpacking Cook Pot and Kit Container

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