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  1. anita paulsen
    anita paulsen says:

    I get dizzy watching you weild that camera all those steep precarious places, phew!
    What a gorgeous place. This road trip is gonna be a great video. So nice getting to see all these places.

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  2. fifamasters2
    fifamasters2 says:

    How do you guys bring all your gear from state to state? Doing a week long trip in Oregon in August and we’re flying from Florida. What’s the best way to bring our tents, and sleeping bags and cooking gear?

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  3. Oregon Orkid
    Oregon Orkid says:

    I miss your videos and wish I could still be subscribed to Adventure Archives Patreon! but I'm on a mission for my church and will be gone for a while. But I will definitely go back to your patreon when I'm done!

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  4. Life on the Go with Angela
    Life on the Go with Angela says:

    I loved that Adventure Archives visited Zion – in my opinion one of the most beautiful parks. It reached a high of 98 the day we were there so Angels was brutal but the views were worth it. However, we were not nearly as graceful on top as you! After Angel's Landing we did the Narrows and it was a welcome relief and the sunset against the canyon walls on the hike out was so beautiful. I can't wait to see your video of Brian and Andrew hiking the Narrows.

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  5. CazualTim
    CazualTim says:

    Ooookay if I'm ever able to catch a livestream you're just going to be flooded with angel's landing questions. Also, yay! kraut singles. I know they exist but can't find them anywhere around here. Makes no sense.

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  6. botanyboy1
    botanyboy1 says:

    Com'on Robby, AL is less than 5000 feet elevation – there are taller peaks in the Smokies. How would you have felt about the hike if there were no chains? You guys are gonna have some great AA vids out of this trip!

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  7. saelil
    saelil says:

    Nice job, I did Angel's landing a couple years back and it is awesome. Watching this vid makes me wanna go back and do it again. Although I dont miss the switch backs

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  8. Jochen Kunz
    Jochen Kunz says:

    Quite a scaring hike up there. Definitely not for the faint of heart. What an awesome place. I watched some of the Zion videos from Ben Horne and Alan Brock. They went mostly to the canyons for large format photography… Astonishing.

    My evening run took me exactly here:
    https://youtu.be/4erXxjMp4QM?t=12m20s
    You may recognize the place. 😉 Quite boring compared to Zion. Though, the view from the adjacent hill was beautiful.

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  9. Scott Neverdusky
    Scott Neverdusky says:

    I took my brother and wife up the Mt. Sneffels Highline trail in Telluride, Colorado, and he got altitude sickness around 12,000 feet and i was just chugging along with no ill effects. But then…the smokies…just at a mere 4900 feet at Gregory Bald via Shuckstack about killed me with the temps at 90 with 80% humidity….horrid. I'll take altitude (although not everest altitude) over humidity any day for hiking! At least at altitude your body can cool down. Humidity just sticks a middle finger up and makes you puke.

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  10. Carol Czina
    Carol Czina says:

    That looks really scarey…..that is more than a mountain. Whoa… YIkes. I was cringing from my cubicle….but the view was amazing!!!! I am glad you did that, not me…..sounds like your bravery quotient has progressively gone up, up, up.

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  11. DJ Genki
    DJ Genki says:

    This is one of the main reasons I moved out west. I absolutely love Zion as it's one of my favorite places on earth. You can literally just sit down anywhere in this park and just take in the surroundings for hours. I wish more people could do things like this and experience how much they're missing glued to their tvs watching the Kardashians shopping for new handbags.

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