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roughyed

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Re: Youtube
« Reply #15 on: 00:34:05, 09/11/18 »
I subscribe to 2 Feet Forward, Abbie Barnes, Darwin on the Trail and Homemade wanderlust, all great channels.

Others I like -

Wayne Fenton - British couple doing the PCT in the US.
Adventure Archives - Another USA one (sorry!) but a different vibe from most others, long videos and slow walking!
Dean Read - UK based, mostly around the Peak District.
Evan's Backpacking videos - US guy did the Appalachian trail this year.


Celthedd

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« Reply #16 on: 00:38:58, 09/11/18 »
Does anyone subscribe to youtube to follow any walkers and if yes which would you recommend to watch  O0
Hi I've started recorded stuff due to be inspired by other vloggers on YouTube,my favourite is Head for the Hills and Annie Barnes.My channel is called 'Trails and Ales From Wales',not very professional but Hey no,it helps to share our experiences I feel.

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« Reply #17 on: 00:45:40, 09/11/18 »
My channel is called 'Trails and Ales From Wales',not very professional but Hey no,it helps to share our experiences I feel.


Another Welsh filmer/hiker! I upload to YouTube as well same name as on here

Celthedd

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« Reply #18 on: 00:49:29, 09/11/18 »

Another Welsh filmer/hiker! I upload to YouTube as well same name as on here
Thanks for that pal,I'll have a look.

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Telluric

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« Reply #20 on: 22:35:47, 15/11/18 »
Been walking for years in the lakes but it was YouTube videos that inspired me to Wildcamp for the first time this year. My favourites include:


Andy Wardle
It’s all about the views
Scots Wildcamper
Dean Read
Abbie Barnes
Acedecss
Expedition Jack
Garn fora ratch
Mancamper66
Mrjaybeejohn
Outdoorenthusiast101
Paul Messner
Wildcamping101


Enjoy!

April

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« Reply #21 on: 23:28:50, 15/11/18 »
Been walking for years in the lakes but it was YouTube videos that inspired me to Wildcamp for the first time this year. My favourites include:

Andy Wardle
It’s all about the views
Garn fora ratch

I watch their videos too  :)

They get a mention in this poem I wrote a while back

http://www.walkingforum.co.uk/index.php?topic=34781.0

Andy and Mr Views are at their best when they are together, the best double act  :)
"Who would've thought...... you are light and darkness coming through" words by Tim Armstrong

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« Reply #22 on: 23:37:36, 15/11/18 »
That is fantastic, love it. Totally agree about Andy and Mr Views, proper marra’s. Made me lol when you said Mr Views was a part timer! Brilliant.

roughyed

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« Reply #23 on: 03:15:28, 16/11/18 »
I think I fail at the prerequisites of being a youtuber... I'm not from the North East and don't carry 4+ cans of beer.

Great recommendations so far. 

April

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« Reply #24 on: 08:31:56, 16/11/18 »
I'm not from the North East and don't carry 4+ cans of beer.

 :) The ultralightweight brigade would be tearing their hair out watching Andy Wardle's videos  ;) He takes what he wants to take, whatever it weighs and he doesn't bang on about the weight of each item.
"Who would've thought...... you are light and darkness coming through" words by Tim Armstrong

Telluric

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« Reply #25 on: 00:17:37, 17/11/18 »
Haha, absolutely, all of those youtubers have inspired me to get out more and do some wildcamping. I probably take more booze than I should, but I like to live by the philosophy ‘never drink more than you can lift’.