the mountain men where trappers and explorers
Mountain men lived the Rocky Mountains most of their time. the other times they move often to find what they need.
26.2 Mile mountain man march
The sack worn by mountain men around their necks was called "a bullet pouch."
Coureurs de bois.
Mount Everest is the LARGEST mountain in the world!!! A mountain system is different than a mountain. A mountain system is a mountain range or a mountain belt is a geographic area that contains numerous geologically related mountains. A mountain system or system of mountain ranges sometimes is used to combine several geological features that are geographically related. Mountain ranges are usually segmented by highlands or mountain passes or valleys. So, the highest mountain system in the world is The Himalayan Mountains located north of India. They form a natural barrier to the northernmost part of India.
Explorers came to the new world because they wanted to explore the new land. They were also called mountain men...........i think:)
Mountain men made a living by trapping and selling during the 1800s. They also spent a lot of time traveling to sell their wares.
Indians and other mountain men
The duration of The Mountain Men is 1.7 hours.
they live off the land
The Mountain Men was created on 1980-06-01.
Supposally in the movie wrong turn,the mountain men of west Virginia are cannibalistic disfigured men that go around the mountains catching people so they can eat. The father of these men would lead travelers who ask for directions,to an area where the mountain men would expect to find their live food to eventually kill them and eat them. Of course its not for certain that this is fact but so far it's what's heard.
They both live in the wild/mountains.
because people liked them people saw that it was possible to live in the west.
Of course, mountain lions live.
Mountain Men - 2012 Misty Mountain 2-16 was released on: USA: September 2013
Gorillas live in the African mountains. Also the mountain lion and mountain buzzard.
Mountain men were men who trapped fur bearing animals for pelts, lived with Native American tribes, went to places that no white men had been before, and became guides for the western movement.