1. A long way down the bruce trail in 4K

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    17.12KM hike with my boys down the Bruce trail, Located on Waterdown, Ontario, Canada. The temp was hovering around 0 Celsius we had a minimum of 30 pounds of kit navigating over very icy terrain with constant change of steep elevations. The Hike took approx 5 hours with an hour for hot chocolate/food/pictures/rest. This video was only shot with in the first quarter of our 17k hike ran out of batteries due to the cold weather and 4k resolution. Theatrical version includes: Anti Shake Special effects Color correction Awesomesauce Video recorded with GoPro Hero 4 Black in 4K Stills with DSLR Canon 70D Music: Robert Delong - Long Way Down http://robertdelong.com Music "Long Way Down" by Robert Delong ( • )

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    • Stowe Bruce Trail 2-14-2015

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      • Visit to Colpoys Lookout

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        Wiarton Homes is proud to present another amazing hidden gem! This lookout over Mallory Beach and Colpoys Bay is remarkable and located about ten minutes North of Wiarton, followed by a short walk on The Bruce Trail. This destination is practically in the backyard of our newest listing 95 Crawford Drive, Purple Valley, imagine this sight being obtainable just after a brief hike from your home or cottage! If you would like to experience Colpoys Lookout for yourself then send me a message and I will assist you with a map showing the coordinates. For further details please visit our website http://wiartonhomes.com/ or contact me directly at: Mike Revell - Broker, Revell Real Estate Ltd. Brokerage, 519-534-1391 or Cell: 519-375-6703, or by email: mike@wiartonhomes.com Thank you for watching, liking and sharing. We appreciate your support! — with Mike Revell at Bruce Peninsula. Tag VideoEdit LikeLike · · Share 4 people like this. . Wiartonhomes Write a comment... .. .

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        • Skinners Bluff Lookout in the Fall season

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          In this short video, Mike Revell - Broker with Revell Real Estate Ltd., in Wiarton, Ontario provides information on the beautiful spots that make up our area, the one and only Bruce Peninsula. This location is particularly neat to visit in the Fall because of all the colours that become visible. It is well-known for its amazing view, situated just off the Bruce Trail, Skinners Bluff Lookout is a must see! Please send us a message if you would like directions to this point! We are glad to help! If you have any Real Estate needs please contact Mike Revell, Revell Real Estate Ltd., 519-534-1391 or cell 519-375-6703 or email mike@wiartonhomes.com Visit our website www.wiartonhomes.com for active listings in this area. Thank you for watching!

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          • 8% No Limit - Documentary Trailer

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            “My name Rhonda-Marie. I’m legally blind. I’m a mother. I’m a massage therapist. And I run. And I bike. And I swim. A lot. And I am on a quest to be the most powerful verb in my own life.” 8% No Limit is a feature length documentary and adventure web series that will launch with Get Out There Magazine in fall of 2014. 8% follows a blind woman's ultra run adventure across 885km of dark and light, real and perceived. Rhonda-Marie Avery was born with 8% vision. In August of 2014 she will run for 20 days, 885km, without tether, without limits, without boundaries. This is where adventure begins. "It’s easy to get lost in the run; to get lost in the struggle. The trick is to find the sweet spot between suffering body and suffering soul."

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            • Exploration of Kettle Cave

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              Kettle Cave is located in the Regional Municipality Of Niagara, in Southern Ontario. The cave is approximately 30 metres long and contains some flow stone formations. The cave was mapped by Scott Ensminger and T. Maigret in 2003 and was named for the tea kettle found by T. Maigret in the middle of the cave. The fissure entrance is filled with garbage and broken glass, making exploration very hazardous. Wolfmaan Website: wolfmaan.com Wolfmaan Twitter: twitter.com/w0lfmaan Wolfmaan Facebook: on.fb.me/mh9Qpl Wolfmaan MySpace: myspace.com/wolfmaan Wolfmaan Google Plus: gplus.to/wolfmaan

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              • Barefoot On The Bruce: An Adventurer's Tale

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                Wolfmaan presents Barefoot On The Bruce: An Adventurer's Tale at the 2014 Toronto Outdoor Adventure Show in February 2014. Wolfmaan Website: http://www.wolfmaan.com Wolfmaan Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/w0lfmaan Wolfmaan Facebook: http://on.fb.me/mh9Qpl Wolfmaan MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/wolfmaan Wolfmaan Google Plus: http://www.gplus.to/wolfmaan

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                • Beamer Conservation Area

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                  Adventurer Wolfmaan visits Beamer Conservation Area in Grimsby, Ontario. Beamer Conservation Area is located on the Niagara Escarpment, immediately above the town of Grimbsy and about 2 km south of the south shore of Lake Ontario. The conservation area encompasses the steep-sided, north-south gorge of Forty-Mile Creek, which is carved into the escarpment. The 5 m high Beamer Falls is located at the head of the gorge. The north-facing cliffs of the escarpment are exposed. The drier uplands support forests of oaks, hickories, maples and hemlocks. The cliff faces of the steep-sided gorge slopes are predominantly covered by White Cedar, some of which may be centuries old. The escarpment slopes have forests mainly of Sugar Maple and White Ash, but include other Carolinian species. A small abandoned quarry provides habitat for several species of amphibians and reptiles. Grimsby Point, at the northwest edge of the gorge, is an exposed rocky outcrop overlooking the Forty Mile Creek valley and the Lake Ontario plain. Wolfmaan Website: http://www.wolfmaan.com Wolfmaan Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/w0lfmaan Wolfmaan Facebook: http://on.fb.me/mh9Qpl Wolfmaan MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/wolfmaan Wolfmaan Google Plus: http://www.gplus.to/wolfmaan

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                  • Apsley Expedition Day 1

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                    Adventurer Wolfmaan purchased a piece of property through the H.M. Dignam Corporation in Apsley, Ontario. This is Day 1 of the expedition. Wolfmaan Website: http://www.wolfmaan.com Wolfmaan Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/w0lfmaan Wolfmaan Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/theWolfmaan Wolfmaan MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/wolfmaan Wolfmaan Google Plus: http://www.gplus.to/wolfmaan

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                    • Wild Edibles: Trout Lily

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                      Adventurer Wolfmaan talks about the wild edible Trout Lily. Wolfmaan Website: http://www.wolfmaan.com Wolfmaan Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/w0lfmaan Wolfmaan Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Wolfma... Wolfmaan MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/wolfmaan Wolfmaan Google Plus: http://www.gplus.to/wolfmaan

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