I finally go on some real off-roading adventures! This footage was from last week when I was up in Minnesota. This is the first time I hit the trails in Minnesota and do some real off-road exploration. On the way to the trail, my friend and I spot a Black Bear. I hope you will enjoy watching the entire video, but if you would like to skip a head to when we get on the trail, skip to 8:15. The trail is a Logging road so semi trucks have really destroyed it, making it into a very bumpy and rocky road. There is some state trails that run off of this trail and some very narrow trails as well. After a good 30 minutes of exploring I decided to turn back. The next day or two, I return with my friend's uncle and we fully explore the trail until we hit the end, where it turns into a private drive. In this video it is raining on and off and eventfully we get some very beautiful looking footage from the rain and the sun interacting with the rocky trail. Please let me know what you thought of this video and any suggestions you may have. Shot in Super View 1080p at 30fps on a GoPro Hero 4 Silver. I hope you enjoy. If you do enjoy this episode please hit the like button and consider subscribing. Be sure to like my Facebook page to stay up to date on when I am streaming and what is going on with the channel in general. https://www.facebook.com/mikegoldengames/ If you are feeling generous and would like to support me, here is my donations / tips page: Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/mikegoldengames PayPal - https://www.paypal.me/mikegoldengames StreamLabs (For during Livestreams) - https://youtube.streamlabs.com/UCiwZzB4QRgZziLP48zQ0ymg
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Minnesota's first and only off road four wheel drve tour compay
butchered chicken runs and flips in the back yard
A few friends and I riding at Martineau OHM Trails up in the Paul Bunyan State Forest. In the video we are riding on a ATV/OHM trail.
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Riding around in the North Idaho woods
rideing the thistledew trail system.
This footage is all from like 2 years ago. I felt like uploading something, so this is what you get; deal with it. The really muddy place is Royal Blue.