Saturday, August 14, 2021

It's Never Easy... Solo Hiking 34 Miles on an Old Railroad Line

This is the 2021 Creeper Walk and in this Adventure Luke is facing a challenging 34 mile (54.7km) endurance hike.

Will he make the journey in record time or will there be an injury that slows him down?

Join Luke as he heads into the Darkness of the Night.

:: Gear List ::
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I'm going to do my best to put gear lists into all of my videos since everyone is asking for them all the time.

For this trip, here are the big items that I used.

Creeper Walk Gear List :

Camera Equipment -
- GoPro 9 :
- GoPro Batteries :
- GoPro Wind Cover :
- POVGear GoPro Stick :
- Manfrotto Small Tripod :

Clothing -
- Oakley Men's Gradient Flak Jacket 03-881 Black Wrap Sunglasses :
- Propper Summerweight Tactical Shorts :
- Old Navy Active T-shirt :
- Arcteryx Conveyor Belt :

Gregory Miwok 24 :
Helikon-Tex Numbat Chest Rig :
Camelbak 3L Hydration Bladder :

Misc Items -
- Fenix HM65R-T Headlamp :
- NiteCore Power Bank :
- Moleskin for Feet :
- Kershaw Cryo II Folding Knife :

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1 comment:

  1. Love to see others do marathon hikes. I do one a yr. Most have been one way 16 to 20 miles. Last one was in january 2019. Started at 10:30 pm and ended at 08:00am. I started hike temp. Of 29°F and finished at 16°F. It was a beautiful clear night. It did get down to 5°F during hike. It was an awesome hike. Nothing i love more then winter hikes in washington state.
    At 58yrs old i feel blessed to still be able to walk 6 to 8 hrs.
    I think you maybe as excited about this type of hike as i always am.
    Love the content. Keep it up. Godbless you and yours.