(No Tent) Winter Storm in the High Mountains - Solo Snow Camp

  • Published on: 24 December 2020
  • A snow storm is on the way and...

    As the temperature drops...
    The Snow begins to fall...
    The winds pick up...
    The Lone Wolf Heads Out!

    This is Luke's latest Winter Overnight Adventure, thank you all for joining for this trip.

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    Fjällräven Vidda Pro Ventilated Pants : https://amzn.to/3ytuwYw
    SCARPA Men's Kailash Trek GTX Hiking Boot : https://amzn.to/342zFcd
    USMC Fleece Sweater :
    NiteCore NU32 Headlamp : https://amzn.to/3fxqLbU
    Fjallraven Gaiters :
    Decathlon Trek 100 70L Backpack :
    Thermarest XTherm Sleeping Pad : https://amzn.to/3vcsEBr
    German Military Folding Mat :
    HMG Cuben Fiber 10x10 Tarp :
    Nite Ize Lantern : https://amzn.to/3fCFbHN
    Mammut Ultralight Bivy :
    Enlightened Equipment Convert Sleeping Bag/Quilt :
    Toaks 750ML Pot with Bail Handle : https://amzn.to/3ywOpOw
    TOAKS Titanium Long Handle Spoon with Polished Bowl : https://amzn.to/3vcItrL
    Kershaw Cryo II Folding Knife : https://amzn.to/2Sej6aD
    Fire Dragon Solid Fuel Stove : https://amzn.to/3oL71pg
    Expedition Research Hexamine Solid Fuel Tablets :
    Taster’s Nasty : https://amzn.to/3vgZZeE
    MSR Titan Small Cup : https://amzn.to/3f8U4T0
    Stowaway Gourmet Thai Curry with Shrimp :
    US Military Poncho Liner : https://amzn.to/2ShXoSZ
    Outdoor Research Helium Hooded Down Jacket : https://amzn.to/3bNy7XS
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  • Runtime : 52:16
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COMMENTS: 40

  • girlyjulia
    girlyjulia   1 weeks ago

    My son who's in the Army has a woobie. I love snuggling up to his. #lovethewoobie

  • Darrell Roush
    Darrell Roush   2 weeks ago

    No better sleep than being toasty warm on a cold night outdoors 🔥 Great video 👍

  • Jordan Wilson
    Jordan Wilson   3 weeks ago

    Id love to see this done with the same gear used in the Korean war.

  • Solar Powered Man
    Solar Powered Man   1 months ago

    Nice to see you using the Forclaz t 100. I just ordered mine after seeing your review. My 42ltr berghaus just wouldn't fit much more than sleeping gear.I was amazed at how much you stuffed into that main compartment.

  • Adam Rogers
    Adam Rogers   1 months ago

    "I have got to keep my feet dry" immediately starts stomping on ice LOL I love this guy

  • IthinkthereforeIam OrsoIthought

    No military experience here, a simple timber cruiser. The extra footwork for the path untrod footage is mind blowing!

  • Mike deubler
    Mike deubler   1 months ago

    Been watching a short time , do enjoy the show .is he ex military? Guessing he’s in his mid forties . He is the exact image of my step son ! My question , why ??? Is the home life bad or he one of these people you have to fret tape to keep them still !! He truly was born with a wondering spirit ! Only complaint is the word Awsome ! Anyway , carry on !!

  • Kevin Morgan
    Kevin Morgan   1 months ago

    Only people who have actually been in this position feel the anxiety of this man shooting multiple takes of him climbing at night without a camp nearby. It’s distracting.

  • Boris Krestianinov
    Boris Krestianinov   2 months ago

    Dude, you're like what, in your late 20s early 30s and you already have a daughter who is in the navy???? WowAnd what about all those cool multiple camera angles? Do you set up dozens of cameras before the hike and harvest them on the way back))) hahaThank you for your videos and for sharing your thoughts with us! We all appreciate it!

  • Dirty Squirrell
    Dirty Squirrell   2 months ago

    CANNOT believe you have a daughter old enough to be in the military. You do not look your age, my friend. Knew where you where when you found the wild ponies! Been there a few times, myself. Stay warm, dry and safe.

  • Arcane Magic
    Arcane Magic   2 months ago

    it is my dream to do what you are doing.

  • James Lashley
    James Lashley   2 months ago

    Luke , since your a Southerner, you’re probably prepared, check out USCCA , hope you never need it !

  • Mario Polacco
    Mario Polacco   2 months ago

    Bravo Luke, ma quelle scarpe non vanno bene!

  • Jill Cooper
    Jill Cooper   2 months ago

    I don't know how you winter camp. My sorry behind wakes up thinking it's freezing at 60 degrees. Then I have to sleep in sweat pants and shirt.

  • MasterPrediction
    MasterPrediction   2 months ago

    11:14 wait how the heck did he set the camera up, there is no disturbed snow

  • Kim Rice
    Kim Rice   2 months ago

    I'D HAVE THOSE WOODS ON FIRE 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

  • lloydlloyd323
    lloydlloyd323   2 months ago

    I love this channel, so relaxing and helps me sleep

  • healing hArt
    healing hArt   2 months ago

    Love that snow-sparkle in the torch-light. You must know this land real well to be travelling like that, at night. 👊🏼

  • Ann Chargualaf
    Ann Chargualaf   2 months ago

    Love your video I like to camp out at the beach some time two weeks i miss that I live in Texas am scared of the snakes take care be safe

  • Sabine Wadhams
    Sabine Wadhams   2 months ago

    Love these videos. What music is playing at the end of this video?

  • Tango Real
    Tango Real   2 months ago

    Hardest thing is putting on frozen boots. I dust mine off place in trash bag bottom of bivi.

  • tenhirankei
    tenhirankei   2 months ago

    @32:30 Could you take the poncho liner with you wear it as maybe a cape to help fight the chill?

  • tenhirankei
    tenhirankei   2 months ago

    @28:55 It's that you said that as I had a similar complaint about the sleeping bag and mummy bag liners I have - except for wanting zippers. LOL

  • wjlintz
    wjlintz   2 months ago

    11:17 Now, this is fairly impressive. You either went ahead and planted the camera then backtracked or stopped, planted the camera, went ahead, then hiked back to the camera WITHOUT LEAVING ORIGINAL TRACKS IN THE SNOW. The little things...

  • Wolfrik the Wild
    Wolfrik the Wild   2 months ago

    I'm about to do a similar trip into the Swedish forest and want to document it. What kind of camera equipment do you use? I find it hard to find the correct one for capture that can withstand cold, snow and minor rain.

  • TheGreenArrow82
    TheGreenArrow82   2 months ago

    You need to build a really nice cabin on lone wolf mountain.

  • Joe Cater
    Joe Cater   2 months ago

    likely true on the breathing into pad... as a physics guy myself :) ... breathing into the pad will introduce water as you say.. this water has a high specific heat capacity (takes a lot of energy to raise its temp or lower it means it has to lose a lot of energy).. so what'll happen is the water will reach ambient temp (-3c?) ... then also freeze (latent heat to change the waters state from water to ice) ... when your body is in contact it will extract that heat via conduction through the temp differential between your body and pad.. firstly to change the state back to water (latent heat)... and then to raise that water to the same temp as your body.. quite a bit of heat loss.

  • Ken Fullman
    Ken Fullman   2 months ago

    I'd be inclined to find a way of freeze drying my own meals after seeing the price of those "stowaway gourmet" pouches. They're unbelievably expensive.

  • Yer Da
    Yer Da   2 months ago

    Just goes to show - do you really need a 4 season tent if your sleeping bag and bed are good enough?

  • Andi Royd
    Andi Royd   2 months ago

    What a fantastic video, breath-taking scenery and really atmospheric music , it makes you wish you were there.❤👍

  • Ramea Perry
    Ramea Perry   2 months ago

    I'm super excited that we have the same fav show like it's my fix for everything literally watch the whole series once a week lost is the best show they ever came out with

  • Thomas Fletcher
    Thomas Fletcher   2 months ago

    Nice plow point shelter , great music , awesome scenery . Thanks Luke for bringing us along

  • Simon McCarthy
    Simon McCarthy   2 months ago

    That intro music gave me the impression that you were gonna throw a ring into a volcano and fight a dragon.

  • holidaythailand2010
    holidaythailand2010   2 months ago

    Agree, Gortex gaiters, last time I got blisters, was because feet sweating because cheap gaiters not allowing boots to vent properly.