I’ve been asked a number of times for shorter versions of the whole hikes I usually publish. This isn’t, but itself, a problem. To reduce a video in size is actually pretty easily done and sometimes I do it by simply turning the camera off while I walk. The challenge comes when I look at a whole hiking video and try to decide which parts do people want to see.
For me a hike is usually something more than it’s parts. The vistas are wonderful, but without the closed in hallway of trees leading to an open view the former losses a little. Still I know that for someone at home, maybe walking along with me on their treadmill, an hour plus of tree hallway probably gets a little monotonous. Given my current circumstances and responsibilities there are an awful lot of trees.
With all that in mind, I’ve taken a stab at reducing the Kendall Katwalk video. Two hours and twenty-five minutes of the original have been compressed into twenty-four minutes. If you’re one of those people asking for shorter versions of my hikes I hope it meets your needs, if not the full version is still available.
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