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New Film from YETI: Pursuing Blue Sheep in Nepal at 18,000 Feet!

OutdoorHub New Film from YETI: Pursuing Blue Sheep in Nepal at 18,000 Feet! Fact: If you want to experience new cultures — and really live — then you must escape your comfort zone. Cole Kramer does exactly that in this latest film from YETI, titled simply “A Hunt.” The YouTube description for this film sums it up well: Cole Kramer was ready to take on one of the […] The post New Film from YETI: Pursuing Blue Sheep in Nepal at 18,000 Feet! appeared first on OutdoorHub.
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