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  • The Fascinating World of Deep Mountain Lakes

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    This is a nature documentary, which leads us into the fascinating world of deep mountain lakes. We conquer ice palaces of unsuspected beauty. In the freezers, in which elves, fairies and mountain trolls once did their mischief, we move, using a special breathing technique and with special cameras in search of nocturnal hunters, whose eyes are equipped with residual light amplifying receptors.

    A nature documentary, recorded in 2k-cinema format with precision cameras, such as super slow motion, time lapse, residual light and remote-controlled cams.

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  • Blue Planet: The Fascinating World Beneath the Waves | Free Documentary Nature

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    Blue Planet: The Fascinating World Beneath the Waves | Free Nature Documentary

    It's a water world and life couldn't survive without it. And thanks to it, a mind blowing diversity of creatures thrive beneath the surface. Born to enjoy the riches underwater they must master their body's adaptations, learn to find food, to escape danger and above all become expert swimmers! Whether it's in rivers, on beaches or in the deep ocean, all must overcome the obstacles and fulfil their destiny, all are born to swim!
    Of all the habitats on earth, the ocean is perhaps the most challenging. Here salt, temperatures, currents and predators can make life difficult; it's not an obvious place to want to bring up your babies… But even in these waters generation after generation beats the odds. They have overcome the challenges and become some of the most beautiful and graceful of creatures. But any baby born to swim has a lot to learn…

    All over the world there are creatures born to swim, and though humans are not, we seem determined to join them. Perhaps we are envious of their grace. Maybe we are all water babies at heart.

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  • Ancient Underground Tunnels 2020 Documentary Subterranean Worlds Span The Entire Earth

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    Watch this until the end and you will get a revealing insight into what these tunnels are now being used for. An ancient tunnel system may have spanned the entire Earth, from continent to continent. Seems hard to believe at first but there are many legends and tales of subterranean worlds scattered throughout old texts. There are also fascinating caves and cities that have been discovered under our feet, but no one seems to know who built them or for what purpose. Some people an advanced civilization built them in a time before recorded history. Could they be right?

  • Explorer Returns With Chilling Information About Deepest Cave On Earth

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    A team of explorers went down in to the deepest cave on planet earth, and you won't believe what strange things they found at these depths.

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    Everything we do in life happens above ground. But, there’s another world entirely beneath the surface - deep below is where the true mystery lies. For centuries, explorers have tried to make it down to the deepest parts of the earth’s core and crack the 2000-metre mark, climbing through dangerous caves and traversing winding, pitch-black tunnels, all in search for the undiscovered. So, what really lurks down there in these caves, scattered across every corner of the globe? And how deep can these brave explorers actually go? It’s time to find out.



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  • Why This Tiny Lake Is the Scariest on Earth

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    There are about 117 million lakes on our planet, and they cover almost 4% of the continental land. Lakes can be small or big, clean or dirty, vital for local infrastructure or...deadly. And if you've been wondering which lake is the most dangerous in the world and why, this video will answer your questions.

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    Where the most dangerous lake in the world is situated 1:11
    What makes Lake Kivu so dangerous 2:05
    What happened at Lake Monoun in 1984 2:27
    What happened at Lake Nyos in 1986 3:06
    What characterizes crater lakes 4:11
    What was the solution 6:21
    How much contains methane gas Lake Kivu contains 7:06
    How many people could die if Lake Kivu explodes 7:52

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    - The most dangerous lake in the world is situated in Africa on the border of the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Rwanda. It’s Lake Kivu, the ninth deepest lake in the world.
    - On August 15, 1984, a loud boom sounded from the lake, according to locals. People saw a huge gas cloud over the surface of the water. This natural disaster took the lives of 37 people.
    - The theory was proved false 2 years later on August 21, 1986, when a much more disastrous explosion shook Lake Nyos, which is located just 62 miles away from Lake Monoun. This time, the catastrophe happened at night and took the lives of more than 1,700 people.
    - Crater lakes usually have extremely high levels of CO2 due to the volcanic activity that’s happening many miles beneath the surface. Under normal circumstances, this gas is occasionally released during the lake water turnover.
    - Nowadays, measures have been taken to prevent similar catastrophes from happening. The solution was quite simple: degassing. Authorities installed a pipe that runs to the very bottom of Lake Nyos.
    - Lake Kivu contains more than 55 billion cubic meters of methane gas, which is generated at the bottom of the lake. On top of that, it's also located in a crater, and its volcanic rock bed has layers of carbon dioxide.
    - Either the methane explosion or CO2 poisoning could take the lives of more than 2 million people living in the basin of Lake Kivu.
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  • 10 Strangest Things Found By Deep Sea Divers

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    With humans always looking to find and explore every inch of our planet, we have voyaged countless miles of oceanic waters to explore its daunting depths and infinite horizons. Seventy percent of the Earth’s surface is below the ocean, with only less than 5 percent of the world’s oceans currently explored, it has revealed some of the most incredible and stunning discoveries one can imagine. From treasure to hidden cities, there have been many weird, bizarre and indeed valuable things discovered at the bottom of the sea.
    Let’s just take a look at 10 of the weirdest things found on the ocean's floors to date
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  • Alpine Lakes Quiet Beauty - The Secrets of Nature

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    Springs, streams, ponds, lakes and rivers have forged our landscape over thousands of years.

    The film retraces the water's journey - from the glacier down into the valley, through the mountains to its source, illustrating the beauty of natural, smaller lakes in Austria with their fascinating world of flora and fauna and tells the story of enchanted cliffs, a spectacular underwater world, dragons, ancient species of fish, as well as of speleologists and modern science.

  • 15 Magical Places You Won’t Believe Actually Exist

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    From Asgard to Middle Earth: The world of folklore, mythology and narrative fiction is fit to burst with wonderful, mystical locations. But did you know that there are some corners of the world that are even more dazzling than the fictional ones? These are magical places you won’t believe actually exist!

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  • Uncover the Mysteries of the Deepest Lake on Earth | National Geographic

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    On his World Cup tour of Russia, explorer Sergey Gordeev visits Siberia to learn about the world's oldest, largest, and deepest lake – Lake Baikal.
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  • Cosmic Encounters: A Journey into the Fascinating World of Space Exploration | Free Documentary

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    Cosmic Encounters: A Journey into the Fascinating World of Space Exploration | Space Documentary

    Space Exploration: The Age of Hubble:

    Space is the ultimate frontier. „Cosmic Encounters“ tells one of the oldest dreams of mankind: To leave our planet and to explore what is beyond. For the first time in television history a tv documentary will be filmed in 3D in space by the astronauts of the International Space Station. A journey into the fascinating world of space exploration and a tribute to generations of scientists, technicians and visionaries who made the dream of conquering space become true.
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  • Go Ape - The Fascinating World of Primates | Free Documentary Nature

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    Go Ape - The Fascinating World of Primates | Wildlife Documentary

    Everyone loves a cheeky monkey. Primates are fun and fascinating to watch. But there is a greater
    draw – perhaps because they bring out the inner primate in us. Through Africa, South America and Asia, our wild cousins are far more diverse than you might think. Ever adaptable masters of survival, we enjoy watching their lives, but in doing so, we might learn a little bit about ourselves…

    Our journey begins in the heart of Africa, where a troop of Eastern Lowland gorillas welcome a new arrival. Everyone in the clan rush to greet the baby, revealing their very human instincts to work together to nurture and protect their family.

    While gorillas lead through gentle nurturing, they share their forest with a much more aggressive
    cousin, the chimpanzee. Chimps rule with an iron fist, literally beating their opponents into
    submission. Chimpanzee have another close relative, the bonobo, which looks almost exactly the
    same but exhibits very different behavior. Any disruption in a chimpanzee family will lead to
    violence, but bonobo’s defuse tension and avoid conflict through sex. Any age or gender can mate
    with any other, making these the king of the swingers.

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  • The fascinating fauna of the Mediterranean Sea

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    The contours of the Mediterranean have changed during the course of its history. Near Gibraltar, Africa was once connected to the European continent. When the land bridge at Gibraltar collapsed, the Mediterranean basin filled up again. The Suez Canal is today connected to the Red Sea. This route enables animals to reach the Mediterranean, where they cause problems.

  • 15 Strangest Creatures Recently Discovered!

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    With such a variety of animals on our planet, it's perhaps no surprise that researchers are continuously discovering new ones. From the creepy to the beautiful, to the bizarre, you never quite know what's going to be announced next, and sometimes they're beyond belief! With that said, let's take a look at 15 of the strangest creatures that have recently been discovered!

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  • KAMEN RIDER J

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    Koji Segawa who is a nature photographer lost his life to save a young girl Kana Kimura from evil organization named FOG. However, he was revived and transforms to KAMEN RIDER J by energy of the land. He fights against FOG to save human races.

    ※This video's subtitle is subsidized by J-LOD funding from The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan.

  • The Fascinating, Weird World of Quantum Matter: Karen Hallberg Public Lecture

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    In her live Perimeter Public Lecture webcast on December 2, 2020, quantum condensed matter expert Karen Hallberg explored examples of emergent phenomena, such as superconductivity, and how we can tackle complex problems using quantum information to filter the most relevant data. Hallberg is a professor of physics at the Balseiro Institute and Research Director of the Bariloche Atomic Center, both in her native Argentina. She has developed state-of-the-art computational approaches to understanding nanoscopic systems and new materials.

    Perimeter Institute (charitable registration number 88981 4323 RR0001) is the world's largest independent research hub devoted to theoretical physics, created to foster breakthroughs in the fundamental understanding of our universe, from the smallest particles to the entire cosmos. The Perimeter Institute Public Lecture Series is made possible in part by the support of donors like you. Be part of the equation:

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  • Into the Abyss | an Immersive Dive into the Deep Sea

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    Experience what it's like to delve down to the Mariana Trench in a submersible into the deep sea. We'll be diving gradually deeper through the successive zones of the ocean, beginning in the Sunlight Zone (epipegalic) and ending in the Abyss (abyssopelagic), studying the unique organisms we find along the way in the otherworldly ecosystems of the deep sea.

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    Discover the unique communities around whale-fall ecosystems, that form around sunken whale carrion which supports a complex ecosystem on the sea floor for 50 years.

    Explore the raging hydrothermal vents, and the thermophilic life that clings to them, from giant tube worms to deep sea sharks.

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    00:00 - Welcome to the Deep Sea
    00:43 - Your Submersible
    00:57 - The Epipelagic Zone (Sunlight Zone) [0 - 650 feet]
    02:19 - The Mesopelagic Zone (Twilight Zone) [650 - 3,300 feet]
    02:36 - Sponges on the Precipice
    03:08 - Fish of the Mesopelagic Zone
    03:25 - The Vampire Squid
    03:53 - Bioluminescence
    04:10 - The Lanternfish
    04:23 - The Deep End of the Mesopelagic
    04:42 - The Bathypelagic Zone (Midnight Zone) [3,300 - 13,100 feet]
    05:19 - The Greenland Shark
    06:33 - Whale-Fall Ecosystems [3,000 feet]
    08:15 - Deep Sea Anglerfish
    08:43 - The Gulper Eel [6,000 feet]
    09:28 - The Abyss (Abyssopelagic Zone) [13,100 - 19,700 feet]
    10:06 - Life of the Abyss
    11:10 - Life on the Sea-Floor
    11:39 - Life at Deep Sea Hydrothermal Vents [16,368 feet]
    12:11 - Giant Tube Worms and Chemosynthesis
    12:53 - Origins of Life in the Deep Sea
    13:08 - The Challenger Deep [36,201 feet]
    14:13 - Bacterial Matts
    14:41 - The Deep Sea Snailfish [26,715 feet]
    15:24 - Returning to the Surface
    16:01 - Deep Sea Hub
    16:40 - Outro

  • Mariana Trench - David Attenboroughs Documentary on the Deepest Sea Floor

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    A great research documentary on the extreme depths of the Mariana Trench and the mind blowing unseen sea creatures. Very well narrated documentary by David Attenborough. The Mariana Trench or Marianas Trench is located in the western Pacific Ocean about 200 kilometers east of the Mariana Islands; it is the deepest oceanic trench on earth. The maximum known depth of Marian Trench is 10,984 meters however, some unrepeated measurements place the deepest portion at 11,034 meters.

    This NHK documentary is all about the facts and under water life in the deepest sea floor at about 8KM to 10KM below the water level. A hair-raising film on the descent into the Mariana Trench where water exerts a pressure of 1,086 bars (15,750 psi) and the temperature is between 1 to 4 °C (34 to 39 °F).

  • Alpine Rivers: The Cradle of Life | Free Documentary Nature

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    Alpine Rivers: The Cradle if Life | Nature Documentary

    What would happen to the mountains without water? They would turn into deserts, devoid of life and vegetation. But there are very few mountains without water on our planet. They take care of this themselves, creating their life’s element and taking water directly from the sky by entrapping the clouds around them.

    This water then collects on the flanks of the mountains, where it turns from rivulets into rivers, that flow out into the oceans. Mountains and water are symbiotic, a cycle that keeps life on earth going. Mountain streams slowly move along meadows before, only moments later, turning into the spray of waterfalls or small mystic lakes. What kind of life can be found in and around this mysterious cosmos?

    We will investigate the world of the rare Danube salmon and be there to see the Danube bleak spawn. We will follow giant wels catfish into their hideouts, see great crested grebes on their underwater hunting. We go diving under the ice of frozen mountain streams and lakes, discovering life where none was thought possible.


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  • 12 Most Incredible Recent Discoveries

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  • A Day in the Life of Mark Zuckerberg

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    A Day in the Life of Mark Zuckerberg

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    Depending on how you look at it, Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg either have zero work-life balance, or he's actually pretty good at it. After waking up at 8 a.m., the Facebook founder immediately checks Facebook, Facebook Messenger, and WhatsApp on his phone; he told Jerry Seinfeld in a Facebook Live Q&A. Once he's gotten his morning updates, it's time to work out. Zuckerberg typically exercises about three times a week. Sometimes he brings his dog Beast along. The tech CEO says running with his pet has the added bonus of being hilarious because it's basically like seeing a mop run. Beast is a Hungarian sheepdog with quite an impressive coat.

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  • The Mountains Below Us | Compilation

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    From spooky-looking towers that belch white smoke to a mountain range in the middle of the Atlantic ocean, the seafloor is full of features as dynamic as the surface! That's part of why we've done many SciShow episodes about the ocean. Here are 5 episodes about the intense, and sometimes invaluable features under the water!

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  • Horrifyingly Mysterious Lakes In The World

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    Mysterious lakes exist all around the world that will blow your mind. Lets find out about the creepiest mysterious lakes in the world.
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  • Cocos Island - The mysterious island in the Pacific - FULL VERSION!!

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    Coconut Island protrudes from the Pacific Ocean as the peak of a lone volcano, far off the Costa Rican coast. At the end of the 18th century, the English author Robert Louis Stevenson is said to have received the inspiration for his novel „Treasure Island“ here.

    The tiny island comprises just 25 sqm² and is covered by an impenetrable jungle. Numerous streams, waterfalls and gorges epitomise the world‘s largest uninhabited rain forest island. Due to its isolation, unique flora and fauna have developed here. Today, as a national park and world natural heritage, the island is closely supervised by park rangers.

    The outstanding underwater world surrounding the island abounds with marine fauna of every description. Hardly any other destination is as well-known for its countless large fish varieties, especially hammerhead, reef and offshore sharks. The film‘s author submerged to depths up to 400 meters on board the „Deep Sea“, a modern research submarine. During the dive, he ucceeded in shooting material of rare deep sea fish and shark species, which have never before been sighted near Coconut Island.

  • Wildly rushing rivers in the Alps

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    What would happen to the mountains without water? They would turn into deserts, devoid of life and vegetation. But there are very few mountains without water on our planet. They take care of this themselves, creating their life’s element and taking water directly from the sky by entrapping the clouds around them.

    This water then collects on the flanks of the mountains, where it turns from rivulets into rivers, that flow out into the oceans. Mountains and water are symbiotic, a cycle that keeps life on earth going. Mountain streams slowly move along meadows before, only moments later, turning into the spray of waterfalls or small mystic lakes. What kind of life can be found in and around this mysterious cosmos?

    We will investigate the world of the rare Danube salmon and be there to see the Danube bleak spawn. We will follow giant wels catfish into their hideouts, see great crested grebes on their underwater hunting. We go diving under the ice of frozen
    mountain streams and lakes, discovering life where none was thought possible.

  • Most Dangerous Jobs on the High Seas | Extreme Trades | Episode 1 | Free Documentary

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    Extreme Trades - Episode 1: Casting Off | Dangerous Jobs Documentary

    World's Largest Floating Fish Factory:

    Ocean fisherman, on-board surgeons, rescue pilots from the French Navy and icebreakers pilots: every single day they work, they stand up to the challenges of the high seas. Through storms, ice, ferocious winds, freezing cold and physical exhaustion, these men and women work, repair, fish and save lives. Day and night, despite the dangers and the accidents, they battle, on unbeaten by the angry oceans. Totally embedded with them, The Heroes of the high seas goes right to the heart of daily life in these extraordinary situations. In each of the jobs something different is at stake. Each of the situations has its own inherent dangers. The heroes of these films take us into their work, sharing their daily challenges with us. Challenges in which the working conditions and the constant dangers and risks push them to the limit.
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  • How 7,000 Years of Epic Floods Changed the World

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  • Europe’s Biggest Construction Site | Mega Constructions | Free Documentary

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    Mega Construction in the Center of Paris | Engineering Documentary

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    The 10-year-long renovation of Paris’ worldwide known shopping mall and transportation hub, Les Halles, is about to be completed. Take an eye-popping look at Europe’s biggest construction site. With a budget of 800 million euros, the architects David Mangin and Patrick Berger have the heavy task of inventing the Halles of the 21st century. But there is a constraint: the Halles must remain open to the public during the works.
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  • 10 New Prehistoric Creatures Recently Discovered!

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    From ancient sea monsters off the coast of England to the the winged reptile that climbed trees, here are 10 prehistoric creatures that were recently discovered!!

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  • The Fascinating World of Frogs and Toads in the Eastern U.S.

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    Frogs and toads are so much fun to observe and learn about. In the eastern U.S. we are lucky because we have enough water that they can be found virtually anywhere. Some species may be very specific in their habitat needs, but others are fairly general and can be found in urban areas as well as more rural areas.





    In this week’s episode of the Backyard Ecology podcast, we are talking with Dr. Cy Mott. Cy is an associate professor of biology at Eastern Kentucky University. His focus is on amphibian ecology, which of course, includes frogs and toads. (Toads are actually a subgroup within frogs. So, all toads are frogs but not all frogs are toads.)





    During our conversation, Cy shared with us the important roles that frogs and toads play in the ecosystem. He also talked about the threats that frogs and toads face. This led to a discussion about some of his current research on the impacts of bush honeysuckle on aquatic habitats and tadpole survival. I found his research and the potential implications of that research very intriguing.





    Cy and I also discussed how to make our yards more frog and toad friendly. You can create a pond or vernal pool if you want, but it isn’t necessary. There are plenty of other ways to provide habitat for frogs and toads. We also talked about some of the different species that we could find around our homes or in other locations, and recommendations for how to start learning to identify the different species you find.





    In the eastern U.S., we have around 45 species of frogs and toads. Frogs and toads are fairly well studied in the U.S., especially compared to some of our less-charismatic organisms. However, even with as well-studied as frogs and toads are, a new species was still identified not too long ago near New York City. To me, this just continues to show the importance of paying attention and sharing our observations.





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    The destination: Spade Lake.

    The beginning of the hike from Waptus Lake was easy.. until it wasn’t. We began a flat walk on the north side of the lake, until we intercepted the trail junction for Spade. That’s where it began. That’s where we started hiking up.. and up. Or is that considered climbing? The trail ‘switchbacks’ you through a somewhat thick forest for the majority of the trek. You’ll eventually pop out high enough to look down on Waptus Lake for a spectacular view. If you look close to the south from here in the background on a clear day, Mt. Rainier can be seen peaking out from behind the neighboring mountains. Climb a litter longer, and you can even see Mt. Adams 50 miles south as the crow flies. Keep going.. You will get there. We crossed three or four streams to fill up water bottles on the way up, and hydration wise we did pretty well. All in all, we reached Spade Lake in 5 hours eight minutes with a total hiking distance of 5.49 miles and 2,627 feet in vertical elevation gained.

    It was beautiful there. This was a trip to have backpacking chairs on. We had our own private beach, and literally sat in the water. Camp was setup, and eventually the afternoon turned to evening which then turned to night. The night was very windy, which made for an early start for a day hike up to Venus Lake. Stay tuned for the next one!

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    On the 26th of May, 1978, a new attraction opened in the township of Vernon, New Jersey. For the next 20 years this unassuming US town would be the home to Action Park – a theme park and waterpark that would soon become notorious for its terrible safety record. Before the sale of the park to new owners in 1998, six guests would have died while riding its insanely unsafe attractions, and many hundreds of more would have sustained serious injuries.

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