50 Hours in the Most Isolated House on Earth
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Big thank you to Jake Guzman for being the reason we went and found this cabin, he’s an amazing photographer check out his work here:
Thank you to Alex Haraus for coming with us and keeping us safe:
We climbed to one of the most isolated house’s in the world… Please do not try this yourself. Several sections were really dangerous and had help from both Jake and Alex who were incredible. Hope you enjoy this story because we had an absolutely incredible time on this one even though it was physically challenging. Cheers!
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This has become such an extreme travel channel! I’m on the edge of my seat with every upload!!
As a PNW native, he’s never gone camping and you’re taking him up our hills lmao
“We pulled off from the store and we are immediately in the wilderness.” Welcome to the PNW! The moment you’re out of any city, you’re in a literal rainforest in the middle of no where. We’re secluded up here, even the big cities like Portland, Seattle, or Vancouver.
This is amazing! Great video as always… Also, those drone shots thooooooo!!! beautiful
OMG, amazing ! Thanks for the inspiration guys <3
At this point, Yes Theory is beating all odds and doing some of the craziest, wildest things anyone could ever challenge to do. Truly inspiring and amazing.
Would you say they like to seek discomfort….?
Beating all the odds with massive funding,equipment and social connections…very ground breaking.
Added to my bucketlist 👍
alt account eh
Next Challenge: one of you get a degree in botany and engineering from U Of Chicago and become the first person to colonize Mars by 2033, must do so alone, and for minimum 580 days.
I get real chills and goose bumps just looking at the place. You guys are truly fearless. I couldn’t have done that. Thanks for this awesome video!
@martin longford Wow, very interesting. It looked like it took some serious rock climbing skills to get up there.
it’s a completely normal hike without the need for getting used to oxygen levels. literally not dangerous at all, inexperienced hikers do this every day in season
Not a bad idea to get 😾🏻😿👌
No one can be sure of the exact 😾🙀🤞😽🤜
These guys are all always doing their best. Whenever I watch their videos it keeps me motivated in life.
But the government said that a decision 🤞🙀👌
No one is going to be able to 😾✊🤞🙀🤞
Good night love ❤️ have fun 🤩 sleep 🛌🤌🏻🙌🏻👌👈
@Tord Arne Mikkelborg @Sidemen
TO THE PEOPLE WHO ARE NOW PLANNING ON GOING THERE : please be respectful and leave the place as you found it <33
Washington is beautiful for hikes!
@Luke’s Lens what you’re doing is the definition of gatekeeping. I bet you’ve never even been here. Check out Merv’s comment above and try responding to that, their comment pretty much sums up why censoring its name from everyone else doesn’t make sense. Additionally, people are not obliged to comply with Yes Theory’s decision to keep the location hidden; that’s not a valid point, but a matter of ethics.
@ppp But your wrong. They blacked out any mention of the name when they showed the different articles where hikers had to be rescued. So they didn’t just feel the need not to mention it.
@Luke’s Lens Or they just didn’t feel the need to mention it, just because they didn’t mention it doesn’t mean they tried to hide it from you. They know anyone can search it up
Please. Theres a few interesting hikes like this in my area that are more accessible (only about 10 miles in and out and not too technical, but way off the trail). During 2020 people started finding out about these spots and my friends and I made a trip to each of them this year and they are in very bad shape.
I can’t believe that you guys still manage to make such amazing and different content, when you’ve practically done just about everything. I’ve been a fan and subscriber for years, and I’ll keep being one.
But the new study 📖 shows a more positive 👏🤏👌👈
But I have no problem 😉 I’m just saying it 🤏✊👐🏿👌🏿
There’s so much they can and will do. They’ve sure done all the typical “extreme” stunts and adventures, and yet there’s so much more unique things and places to see.
They haven’t even scratched the surface of what there is it do in this world. And the more they grow, the more they’ll be able to do. It’s amazing.
it boggles my mind how they managed to build that cabin on that rickety precipice. The amount of dedication to carry the materials, let alone yourself, up and down the mountain is unfathomable.
edit: read the wikipedia article on how the place was built, very interesting. Was built by Harold Engles and Fred Benesh over a period of 3 years.
But the only thing that I can ✊😿🙀🤜