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The Coach’s Backpack podcast asks a variety of coaches (from sports to comedy) what they consider to be the most important tools of their trade, physically and/or mentally. They are only allowed to take limited items on a hypothetical new engagement: one book, one tool/technique/approach/framework, one other item of their choice … and a person to accompany them.
 
From the Appalachian Trail to the Pacific Crest and everything in between. Backpacker Radio is a show all about the wonderful world that is thru-hiking and long distance backpacking. Co-hosts, Zach "Badger" Davis and Juliana "Chaunce" Chauncey muse on the backpacking life and the latest from the trail every other week. Topics include but are not limited to news, trail culture, interviews, gear, advice, and all you can eat buffets.
 
Raging rivers, hungry bears, huge avalanches—no matter how prepared you are, a walk in the woods can go from innocent to disastrous in the blink of an eye. Out Alive is a podcast series about real people who survived the unsurvivable. Each survivor takes you through what happened, from the packing mistakes to the missed signals to the plain bad luck, while experts and witnesses weigh in on how things went wrong.
 
An overweight, 61-year-old retiree, with zero hiking experience, decided to hike the entire 2,185.3 mile length of the Appalachian Trail in 2014. What could possibly go wrong? As his brother, Mike, commented, "It's a bit like taking up boxing and fighting Mike Tyson in your first bout." Join Steve and his guests as they discuss all aspects of the trail, from gear to Lyme Disease, then back to trail magic and injury.
 
Trail Correspondents is a teleportation machine to the trail- in audio form. Every other week, a select handful of thru-hikers on the Appalachian Trail, Pacific Crest Trail, Continental Divide Trail, and the American Discovery Trail, give us a glimpse into the world of long distance backpacking. Through their eyes and vocal cords, we learn all about the highs, lows, and nitty gritty details that go into a half-year, cross-country trek. Trail Correspondents is the next best thing to being on ...
 
Underneath it All, hosted by Grizel, dives deep into the stories of everyday people who have or are currently experiencing mental health difficulties and how the outdoors has influenced them. Because sometimes, what drove us to climb the highest peaks was experiencing the lowest valleys of your life. We often talk about these wild outdoor adventures we embark on, highlighting the highs, even the lows, but we forget to discuss how we got there in the first place. Through these stories, we hop ...
 
A podcast peering into all the nooks and crannies of sex, gender, and love-- and their connections to the natural world around us. Host Laura Borichevsky provides a setting for interview-based conversations covering gender, sexual hygiene, relationships and dating, practical aspects of having sex in the outdoors, and much more. Join us as we get a little dirty in the name of opening up conversations many of us want to have but so few are willing to utter out loud.
 
Podcasts and stories to inform and inspire your passion for the outdoors, hunting and fishing. Don’t let present circumstance limit your initiative for the wild. Listen now for tips, tactics and wisdom from guests such as Jim Shockey, Aron Snyder, Corey Jacobsen, Paul “ElkNut” Medel, Kristy Titus, Guy Eastman, Jay Scott and Mark Kenyon.
 
Many Legends have mentioned travel as one of the way for self exploration & self improvement. Then is travel only about itinerary, hotels, flights & travel hacks? Why is it that we plan a vacation to rejuvenate? Why is it that hours in front of a river or a mountain or a beach more peaceful? What is it that tell us?Travel is definitely much more than click a selfie on some famous spot. Hi! I am Neha & I am here to share this “much more” side of travel through my inspirational travel podcast ...
 
Welcome to the Nasty Backpacks Podcast where you never know what topics are coming out the pack today. Sometimes there guest and sometimes I'm just on a solo tip ranting on. My mission is to capture your ears and entertain your hearts. Now lets get to the show Follow me on Twitter @NastyBackpack Cover art photo provided by Jonas Verstuyft on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@verstuyftj Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nasty-backpack/support
 
You're here because you love travel. You know what, man? I get it. Maybe you're mid-travel right now on a bus in Vietnam or maybe you've just come back from Argentina and you miss the freedom? Either way, seasons 1-5 will give you stories from world travelers, complete with musical scores and interview sections. Season 6 is where I took you guys with me around every country in mainland Europe on my motorcycle (Gloria) Now we're onto Season 7: Backpack Digital. All things travel, minimalism a ...
 
Sarah Maurer, CPT, MEd, from the Miss Adventure Pants blog, shares her best strategies for mountaineering training, sports nutrition, and motivation to help you climb your mountain in any body at any age. Discover how you can use classic endurance training and simple strength workouts to get in shape for mountain climbing, even if you live at sea level or the flattest place imaginable. Sarah earned her high altitude mountaineering certificate from Colorado Mountain Club in 2017 at age 41 and ...
 
There are no boundaries to the One Wild Life Podcast, as it is simply a show about life. Biweekly episodes offer deep conversations designed to inspire, empower, educate, and unlock; taking the time to chat with guests from all around the world, from small business owners and creatives, to medical professionals, outdoor fanatics, athletes, and more. Long story short, we want to explore how we can all grow the confidence to live our best lives everyday.
 
Sometimes, your child forgets to share the notes from their backpack that tell you everything that’s happening at their school. On Notes from the Backpack: A PTA Podcast, we give you the inside scoop on how to help your child succeed—in school and at home. We discuss real issues with parents and experts—from handling homework to school discipline—to support you every step of the way! Join the conversation using #BackpackNotes and learn more at PTA.org/BackpackNotes.
 
'The Backpack Podcast' is a platform where we discuss various topics surrounding Sports, Music, Comics and other nerdy subjects. Our discussions reveal that we live in a world where everyone has nerdy nature & tendencies, just in different ways. Why do we call ourselves 'The Backpack Podcast'? From elementary to college,we've all had to carry backpacks that have held our books, homework, personal items...things that made us who we are today. Some of us still carry backpacks to work and for l ...
 
The Adventure Made Podcast is a weekly show capturing the stories and passions of outdoor enthusiasts around camping, hiking, hunting, fishing, backpacking, bush crafting, conservation, and much more. Every Wednesday, host Seth Spears interviews seasoned experts about their most memorable wilderness adventures, favorite gear, professional recommendations, and why spending time in nature is so important for the health of individuals and society. Rewild Gear was founded by 4 brothers with a pa ...
 
We aim to educate and inspire our audience with storeis from the road less traveled.Adventure Travel, Overlanding, Vanlife, and Alternative Living are our jam, and we don't care where we are as long as it isn't the same place that we were last week. We produce our YouTube Travel Series and Podcasts Off Grid and On The Move from our Vintage VW Bus Studio in some of the most remote places on the planet. Join us as we share the trials and tribulations of nomadic life, stories from the people we ...
 
On Trails Worth Hiking, we bring you the most interesting backpacking and trekking routes in the world. Every trail has a story. In the first part of each episode, we tell you the stories behind the trail. In the second part, we tell you how to hike the trail. In each episode, guests who have hiked the trail join Jeremy, our host, to talk about the experience of hiking it. Join us on each episode as we hear the story, then hike the trail.
 
Seize Your Adventure is a multi-tool: a great adventure podcast that is also an epilepsy podcast. From long-distance hikes in Europe to skiing in snowstorms, the storytelling episodes share life-changing journeys and the smaller moments spent between seizures. The ‘chats’ with guests dive into the deeper stuff, the hidden aspects of taking on adventures with epilepsy - from carrying medication in a backpack, to assessing seizure risks in the wilderness and recognising limitations. And we inv ...
 
High-impact interviews for those who love adventure and the outdoors. Host and journalist Shelby Stanger interviews world-class explorers, athletes, authors, scientists, health experts, and entrepreneurs about how they’ve taken their own wild ideas and made them a reality, so you can too. Some of the wildest ideas can lead to the most rewarding adventures. Take a listen to start living more wildly today.
 
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In today's episode of Backpacker Radio presented by The Trek, we are bringing you another advice based show. Today's episode is all about how to afford a thru-hike, which includes overall tips for how to budget, how much to budget, what items you can skimp on, what items you should splurge on, tools for automating the process, and much more. We wra…
 
Amanda Hughes share three of her favorite backpacking trails with Lori. These are trails that you could also do some day hikes on, but would be best experienced as an overnight backpack. 1. Potawatomi Trail at Pickney State Recreation Area Trail Map 2. Little Carp River Trail Info on Backpacking via The Outbound Porcupine Mountains map 3. Shingle M…
 
This episode shows how drugs are destroying our community. In this case it was at the cost of a 6 year old little girl her life. We have to start making changes to save our youth and our community.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nasty-backpack…
 
This week, Amaranatho from Playful Monk discusses supervision and tells us: Which book (written in an old language) can help you understand yourself better Why a lack of congruence is a sin How play and being a monk go hand in hand The difference between chanting and singing What the playful monk approach is Which of the amazing people he has met i…
 
Over the course of the podcast Carl and Derek (mainly Carl) have challenged some wilderness regulations--especially related to bears. This episode features a discussion with Ranger Rick Sanger that addresses all of these challenges. As a backcountry ranger, Rick Sanger was a key part of the search and rescue efforts for a lost colleague in Eric Ble…
 
For the season finale of The Backpacker's Guide To Prehistory, host David Mountain ventures into the Pleistocene, a time of woolly mammoths, sabretooth cats and some pretty unpleasant wombattitude. From the barren wastes of the northern tundra to the treacherous woodlands of Ice Age Australia, discover the dos and don'ts (and the don't-even-think-a…
 
Recently Evan and his company were profiled in a New York Times article, which was penned to show Evan in a light that was counter to what he actually supports. Because of the dishonest way Evan was portrayed in the article a huge amount of blacklash was thrown his way. Aron, Frank, and Evan dispel all the rumors and hearsay in this episode. Evan H…
 
THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO VAN LIFE - https://kombilife.com/van-life-book/ We're sitting down with Steffen and Janin from @Syncro Travels to discuss what it is really like driving around the world on a budget, including some incredible stories from the road less traveled. Between the 4 of us we've driven most of the world, so put the kettle on and join …
 
About ten years ago, you would never have guessed that Richie Holbrook would be taking on the Appalachian Trail. He was in a wheelchair, on oxygen, and with a hopeless pair of lungs. A transplant turned out to be his life-saver. This year, he was able to get on the trail and begin his journey to Katahdin. His remarkable story is a testimony to not …
 
Mansal Denton "Little Beaver" is the founder of Sacred Hunting, host of the Mansal Denton Podcast, and is the subject of an upcoming documentary BELOW THE DROP exploring our relationship to life and death through hunting. Feeling insecure in early life, he chased a woman to Europe, which led him to prison. Struggling with shame and confusion of wha…
 
On this week's podcast, co-host Kevin joins Bob for a lively show. They discuss Kevin's recent trip to Capitol Reef National Park, and a caving misadventure. Also in this podcast: parking reservations for Quandary Peak, and the need to plan ahead in general for outdoor recreation; Colorado Springs 150th Anniversary Celebration; free Colorado State …
 
Any long distance hiker will tell you about a magical encounter they had with a trail angel. Trail angels are awesome people who provide support to those on long treks — a meal, a shower or a ride into the nearest town. Barney and Sandy Mann are two of the most well-known trail angels in the U.S. Their house is an hour from the southern terminus of…
 
Why do some people fail in endurance sports like mountaineering, backpacking, and ultrarunning? Here's a secret. It's usually not fitness. And no, it's not because they ate Cheetos during training. It's because they lack mental toughness. Does that sound harsh? Hear me out. By definition, endurance sports push you to your absolute limits. And often…
 
Season 3, Episode 1 - Seeking Balance in the Backcountry In the first episode of this season, Grizel reflects on previous backcountry experiences as she prepares to backpack/bikepack the CDT and introduces us to Alex, her friend and trail support for this summer’s adventure. This season of Underneath It All will be recorded while on trail, followin…
 
On today’s episode we share our top 10 favorite low effort outdoor activities and 10 outdoor activities we want to try. 00:30--Gardening updates 9:17--Sir David Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet--watch on Netflix!! 13:44--Plant of the week: The Orchid 19:20--Top 10 favorite low effort things to do outside 1:21:26--Cycling Challenge Throwdown Tease…
 
Kris shares her first solo backpacking adventure in the Porcupine Mountains. Listen to her talk about the trails she hiked, where she camped and all the tips and resources hikers might want to know about before setting off to the Porkies in the Upper Peninsula. Connect with Kris Van Handel: Check out her book: Hiking with Hair Tie Hike Episode: Sec…
 
In today's episode of Backpacker Radio presented by The Trek, we are joined by Rachael "Rabbit" Delano. Rabbit is a triple crowner, yogi, trail junkie, and currently in an ongoing battle with the Colorado Trail. We learn about how the discovery of thru-hiking was a true fork in the road for Rachael, as the other path was leading toward a very dark …
 
Today is the first of four shorter shows, with just one main interview and a few words of commentary from me. With a bit of luck, I'll be out on the John Muir Trail as you're listening to me and my guests. Our guests today are Vince and Monica Strawbridge who, along with their four children and a friend, have recently completed the Appalachian Trai…
 
The episodes leading up to this one introduced us to our 2021 hikers, taught us about their prep, and gave us insights as to why they decided to plan a thru-hike. However, planning a thru-hike and actually taking those first few steps are two very different things. In this episode, we learn all about their first day on trial and about how they deal…
 
Gabriella Hoffman of District of Conservation invites Sam to her podcast to discuss how Sam got into the outdoor industry. In this bonus episode, they discuss how “Country Sam” came to be and what his path looked like getting into the outdoor industry. See more on the show notes page at thewildinitiative.com/podcast. Learn more about your ad choice…
 
Patrick Rollins is the lead instructor for Randall's Adventure & Training and is part of the team at ESEE Knives. He developed his enthusiasm for the outdoors from an early age, growing up camping, hunting, fishing, and a member of the Boy Scouts before spending 19 years as a Sheriff's Deputy in Whitfield County, Georgia. Since then, he has taught …
 
This is the introduction to my podcast series and here I try to give you a little taste of what to expect and my approach for this podcast, which should be fun and relaxing, with a bit of hilarity and some snarky commentary. :) Podcast Description: I've been 9 years living abroad, mostly in Europe and a little in Asia, and I have a lot of stories t…
 
On this 5th Anniversary episode, Bob's guest is Colorado Springs TOPS Park Ranger Supervisor Gillian Rossi. They talk about Leave No Trace principles and why they are important for the health of our parks and open spaces, and the wildlife in them. They also discuss the role of park users in influencing other park users to follow LNT principles. Lea…
 
When you think of KEEN, you probably think of their iconic sandals, the ones with bungee cord straps and big rubber toe caps. Over the years, KEEN has prioritized social and environmental responsibility. In this bonus episode, Shelby chats with Erik Burbank, the vice-president of the KEEN Effect and Kirk Richardson, a KEEN Effect advisor. Their mis…
 
Are you busting your butt in training only to see diminishing returns? Are you pushing yourself harder, faster, and further every week even when it hurts? Friend, if this lands for you, you need to learn about training cycles. You see, in order to get stronger, our bodies need rest as well as exercise. And using endurance training cycles will ensur…
 
This week, Kasey Corsello, an integrative life and entrepreneur coach, tells us: How a book and a 5 year old stopped her being like a scared cat looking out of a window in Rome The importance of vulnerabilities, courage and vision (and living our dreams) What makes her cry and might make her dad combust why kids these days don’t know how lucky they…
 
Join Lori on Day 2 of her Sleeping Bear Dunes adventure where she takes in the beautiful sunrise from D.H. Day Campground's Lake Michigan access and then continues for a morning hike at a deserted Sleeping Bear Point. Learn more about Sleeping Bear Point here Learn more about D.H. Day Campground here There are plenty of hikes and activities for all…
 
We return to the world of YouTube this week, with another interview of a woman who successfully thru-hiked the trail and recorded her experiences along the way. Gretchen Pardon shared her joys, and her sorrows. So, when we spoke, I always knew we'd get to talk about her depression and anxiety. Her sunny disposition masks an inner strength and occas…
 
Many of us assume that self care is inherently selfish — that we either focus on ourselves, or we help others. But what if that’s a false dichotomy? This story explores how self care can end up being good for the greater community. The story follows a woman named Linda Mohammad, also known as the Bucket List Traveler, who set out to visit all the n…
 
Duke Phillips is a third-generation rancher living in Wyoming. He is the CEO of Ranchlands, an agricultural-based business that operates large-scale cattle and bison ranches in the American West that are dedicated to conservation and sustainability. They partner with conservation-minded owners to implement ambitious and complementary programs, incl…
 
On this week's podcast, Mandy Horvath returns to tell the story of her history-making ascent of Mt. Kilimanjaro. She talks about the physical and emotional affects of her visit to Tanzania and of her climb to the summit of the mountain. You'll be in awe of her most recent accomplishment. Mandy Horvath on Instagram: @lifeproofbionicwoman Mandy's web…
 
In today's episode of Backpacker Radio presented by The Trek, we are trying new things! In lieu of an interview, myself alongside Chaunce and Sauce (Elise), cover some of the most common beginner backpacking mistakes. Because we here at Backpacker Radio can occasionally steer off-topic, we wanted to experiment with an episode dedicated to what the …
 
Mikah Meyer is a record-breaking road tripper. His cross-country adventures started at 19 years old when his dad passed away. On Mikah’s first trip, he traveled for 260 days. Five years later, he spent three years living out of a van, venturing to all 419 U.S. National Park service sites. As he documented his trips online, his following grew and he…
 
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