Ultimate Camping Tips: How to Backpack in the Wilderness (Part 3)

Tips and tricks for backpacking in the wilderness, filmed on a backcountry trip in northern California.
To watch Part 1 CLICK HERE:

List of backpacking items:

-sturdy footwear (hiking boots)/lightweight sandals
-large backpack
-small daypack (doubles as a food bag)
-fanny pack
-compact, lightweight food & spices
-plastic spoon, knife, fork
-waterproof tent/ground cloth (extra plastic layer under the tent)
-warm sleeping bag
-sleeping pad
-camp stove
-topographic maps
-water filter or a water purifier, such as iodine or chlorine dioxide
-rain jacket/rain pants
-waterproof backpack cover
-warm weather/cold weather clothes (depending on conditions)
-warm hat/sun hat
-small plastic shovel
-hand towel/lightweight towel/sarong
-bandanna (2)
-headlamp/flashlight/extra batteries
-camera/extra batteries/memory cards
-extra batteries
-toilet paper
-moleskin (for blisters)
-extra boot laces
-twine/thin rope
-bug repellent
-extra plastic sandwich bags
-wallet w/ID, etc.
-fingernail clippers
-first aid kit
-playing cards/hacky sack

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Ultimate Camping Tips: How to Backpack in the Wilderness (Part 3)

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