Best Hiking podcasts we could find (Updated July 2018)
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If you're new to backpacking, or if you’re hopelessly in love with someone who wants you to love backpacking, then this podcast is for you. We’ll talk about the essentials, how to lighten your load, and how to make the most of your time on the trail. New episodes every Tuesday.
 
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Weekly Hiking Tip
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Whether you're planning a weekend overnight or a months-long hike of the Appalachian Trail, Weekly Hiking Tip will save you time, money, agony, and facilitate a fun, successful journey into the outdoors. Join Dan Feldman, author of Long Distance Hiking and 2-time thru-hiker, each week as he shares backpacking tips from aches and pains to z-rests.
 
Bob Falcone shares tips and news about outdoor recreation in the Pikes Peak region. Bob covers trails, clothing, equipment, volunteerism, tourism, politics, photography, destinations and preparedness. (new episode every Wednesday)
 
The podcast for and by outdoor women sharing inspiring tales, tips and true stories from the trail.
 
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Hiking
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Hiking
 
Grand Canyon Hiking can be one of the most challenging and memorable experiences of a lifetime. But no hike in the canyon is easy: the terrain is steep, dry and rugged. This channel is designed to help you plan for and enjoy your hike into the canyon's harsh, yet fragile, environment. The Grand Canyon overwhelms our senses through its immense size. Unique combinations of geologic color and erosional forms decorate a canyon that is 277 river miles (446km) long, up to 18 miles (29km) wide, and ...
 
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Hiking to Canada
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Podcast by Izzie Zahorian
 
Inspiring you to get out on the trail and hike. Interviews make the show feel like a radio channel dedicated to hikes and backpacks. So, put on your boots, pack a tent and sleeping bag and listen in! Have a guest idea or question- rudy@cascadehikerpodcast.com
 
Podcast by Tacblades
 
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Hiking Treks
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Love to get outdoors and discover nature's treasures? Hiking Treks is the show for you. We review hikes and excursions, review outdoor gear and interview a variety of naturalists and adventurers. Look for new episodes each week.
 
This Podcast is the brainchild of Shanti Hodges, but was inspired by her experience over the last four years as the founder of Hike it Baby. Join her every week as she talks to hiking families who inspire her and like minded adventurers she’s met along the way. To learn more about the other endeavors Shanti is working on from her book (Hike it Baby Across the US: 100 Adventures with Toddlers and Babies) that comes out in May 2018 to the family festival (www.familyforestfest.com) she’s puttin ...
 
Share your outdoors progress live
 
Filling you ears with adventure stories and insights straight from the wilderness.
 
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Hiking Treks
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Love to get outdoors and discover nature's treasures? Hiking Treks is the show for you. We review hikes and excursions, review outdoor gear and interview a variety of naturalists and adventurers. Look for new episodes each week.
 
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Hiking Treks
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Love to get outdoors and discover nature's treasures? Hiking Treks is the show for you. We review hikes and excursions, review outdoor gear and interview a variety of naturalists and adventurers. Look for new episodes each week.
 
Reconnect with Nature | Hiking | Camping | Paddling | Wildlife | Astronomy
 
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Hiking Safety Tips
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Hiking Safety Tips
 
Love to get outdoors and discover nature's treasures? Hiking Treks is the show for you. We review hikes and excursions, review outdoor gear and interview a variety of naturalists and adventurers. Look for new episodes each week.
 
Love to get outdoors and discover nature's treasures? Hiking Treks is the show for you. We review hikes and excursions, review outdoor gear and interview a variety of naturalists and adventurers. Look for new episodes each week.
 
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Hiking Treks
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Hikes Point Christian Church, Louisville, KY
 
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Who's Hiking Hoodoos
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Friendly discussion of Hiking and Camping in our great National Parks, State Parks, wilderness, and beautiful outdoors!
 
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Basye Hiking Group
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This is what adventure sounds like. Writer Fitz Cahall presents stories from unclimbed cliff faces, wind-swept ridges and the people who call the mountains their home.
 
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Camp Hike Live
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Join us on this journey to share stories, tips, and information about all things camping, hiking, and living! We are Christopher Hiller, camping supply store owner and all around camping expert, and Nate Harrington, avid hiker and outdoor enthusiast, and together we've got the experience and enthusiasm to guide you to get out there too!
 
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Hiking Grand Canyon
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Hiking Grand Canyon
 
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Who's Hiking Hoodoos
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Friendly discussion of Hiking and Camping in our great National Parks, State Parks, wilderness, and beautiful outdoors!
 
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She Explores
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Inquisitive women in the outdoors, on the road, and besides.A podcast for and about women who are inspired by time spent outside.
 
Love to get outdoors and discover natあいうえおreks is the show for you. We review hikes and excursions, review outdoor gear and interview a variety of naturalists and adventurers. Look for new episodes each week.
 
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Out There
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Out There is a podcast that explores big questions through intimate stories in the great outdoors.
 
Welcome to the Terrestrial Nomad Podcast! This podcast is a narrative of my antics... Highly informal and slightly informative.
 
The Practical Backpacking Podcast (PBP) is an audio show featuring informative interviews with adventurers and leaders in the outdoor community or industry. Media content may cover a range of topics including but not limited to wilderness backpacking, thruhiking, bike touring (bikepacking), travel backpacking, bushcraft, camping, urban excursions, and all manner of associated gear, experience, and technique.
 
This show is about what it was like to hike the AT in 2014 as a fat 61-year-old with zero hiking experience. Guests join me to share their stories and insights all the way from Georgia to Maine. At the end of each episode is a chapter from my book My Appalachian Trial I: Three Weddings and a Sabbatical.
 
Keep Your Daydream is a podcast created for you. In this weekly interview show, you’ll hear inspiring stories of people who left conventional living behind to pursue their dreams and travel. Each episode brings you a different perspective on a new way of living and travel. Guests share their daydream, defining moment, how they achieved their dream and how they sustain their unique lifestyle. Tricia extracts lessons learned so you can take the steps to keep your daydream alive!
 
The official Adventure Archives podcast.
 
The Backpacking Light Podcast explores the technology, gear, skills, and philosophy of backcountry wilderness travel through stories, interviews, and investigative reports.
 
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Rookie Hunter
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An entertaining and educational view into the complex world of hunting and conservation from the perspective of two honest BC hunters. Hear their stories, learn from special guests, and get inspired to experience the outdoors.
 
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MtnMeister
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A high altitude mountaineer travels through sub-zero temperatures, scales treacherous terrain, and carries hundreds of pounds of supplies. Many of us have very little in common with this person. We don’t need to worry about the lack of oxygen in the air or the extent of frostbite in our toes. Yet, we are all human. There are certain ideas which apply to all of us, no matter if we are standing at 29,029 feet or sea level. Why is it important to step outside of our comfort zone? How do we weig ...
 
Inside the Great Outdoors is the best choice for Outdoors talk radio! Whether they're talking about hunting, hiking, birdwatching, fishing, nature or just some good old fashioned appreciation of the outdoors, it's guaranteed to be a great time! Inside the Great Outdoors is hosted every week by the legendary Joe "Kastaway" Kulis and is often joined by Joe "Good News" Keough! Other frequent co-hosts include Dr. Norm, Bob Faber, Carl Bachtel, Jason Samosky, Jim Peters, and many more!
 
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Final Round Radio
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Final Round Radio is the top disc golf podcast on the internet! Hosted by Andy Goh, Kevin Keith and Kevin Burgess, Final Round Radio brings out some of the best personalities in the game with great guests like Michael Johansen, Simon Lizotte, Ken Climo and Paul McBeth. Final Round Radio is recorded and unedited in Charlotte, NC in front of a live audience.
 
The Outdoors International Podcast is a long form conversation with experts in the Outdoor Industry designed to give you the information you need to have the outdoor adventure you've always dreamed about.
 
Welcome to an audio adventure unlike anything you've ever heard. I’m Jason Moore, host of the top-rated Zero To Travel Podcast, and I invite you to come with my wife Anne Dorthe and me to visit the beautiful country of Nepal through this unique 16-part travel podcast series – the world’s first “audio guidary” (part audio guide and part diary). We’ll be your travel companions as you soak up the entire Himalayan mountain trekking experience, going from the bustling capital city of Kathmandu to ...
 
Join Sasquatch Syndicate for expert opinion, eye-witness accounts, and special guests. Visit our website www.sasquatchsyndicate.com for more details and please follow us on Social Media for the latest updates. Sasquatch Syndicate is a Washington State Non-profit organization whose mission is to promote the research, and discovery of Sasquatch. Thank you for listening!~ Chuck & Paul
 
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Backpacker Radio
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A podcast all about the wonderful world that is thru-hiking and long distance backpacking. From the Appalachian Trail to the Pacific Crest and everything in between. 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. A podcast brought to you by The Trek ( https://thetrek.co ).
 
The OutieGuide Fishing and Hunting Podcast hosted by Matt and Brandon will feature entertainment, news, information, tactics, strategy, gear reviews, product demos, advice, tips and tricks through the Hunting and Fishing mediums. OutieGuide also specializes in digital strategy for your outdoor products. Informative. Education. Entertaining. OutieGuide: Your Online Outdoor Outfitter.
 
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Evergreen Podcast
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From Pacific Northwest to the World...
 
Providing travel tips, guides to places of interest, interviews and all things Ireland - Hosted by Travis and Kathy Nelson
 
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Explore Colorado
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Explore Colorado focuses on teaching and equipping people on travel and recreation in the great state of Colorado. Learn how to backpack, climb a mountain, hunt, fish, raft, off road, and travel in Colorado. Discover about mountain town, tips to make you trip go better, save money on your trip, and more by listening to this podcast.
 
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Bob interviews Carrie Simison, publisher of the Colorado Springs Independent. They discuss outdoor recreation, being a Colorado transplant, cycling, living in Colorado Springs, and the role of the alternative weekly newspaper in modern society. The post Outdoors with Hiking Bob Podcast: Carrie Simison, publisher of the Colorado Springs Independ ...…
 
Carey Kish, a Maine-based outdoor writer, joins Dan this week and talks about what it takes to put together a solid guidebook and compile the impressive, newly-released 11th edition of the Maine Mountain Guide, available now at the AMC Store. Download Episode
 
Carey Kish, a Maine-based outdoor writer, joins Dan this week and talks about what it takes to put together a solid guidebook and compile the impressive, newly-released 11th edition of the Maine Mountain Guide, available now at the AMC Store. Download Episode
 
Today on the First 40 Miles, sometimes life gets out of control—and when that happens, it’s time to get back to basics. We’ll talk a little about how to simplify your trip. Then, the Top 5 ways that backpacking can make you more effective, more productive, and less stressed. Next, if you’ve always wondered how Native Americans hung their laundr ...…
 
We are beyond excited to share our special guest Erin Toppenberg with you. Erin is one of the most inspiring, gracious and empowering women we are proud to know, and we are so grateful to have her as a guest on the show this week. Erin Toppenberg's mission is to connect more and more in the heart. Erin is a certified HeartMath trainer as well a ...…
 
The hot weather is back and so is Weekly Hiking Tip! Dan and Guthook talk about staving off heat exhaustion during the height of summer, the Skyline Lodge controversy on Mt. Washington, and tips for ultralighting. Check out Atlas Guide's newly redesigned website!
 
The hot weather is back and so is Weekly Hiking Tip! Dan and Guthook talk about staving off heat exhaustion during the height of summer, the Skyline Lodge controversy on Mt. Washington, and tips for ultralighting. Check out Atlas Guide's newly redesigned website!
 
Bob talks with Jolie NeSmith, Executive Director of Pike Ride bike share program. Check it out at PikeRide.org The post Outdoors with Hiking Bob Podcast: Guest Jolie NeSmith, Pike Ride bike share appeared first on Studio 809 Radio.
 
Today on the First 40 Miles, how would you do things differently next time? Today we’re talking micro improvements. Then on our Top 5 List, we’ll share why we prioritize backpacking. If you’re looking for a way to bring a game and lighten your load, we have a fun option for you. And, a hack that will make you rethink toilet paper.…
 
If you’ve ever visited London and traveled on the London Underground, then the iconic phrase ‘Mind The Gap’, is no doubt something you are more than familiar with!But in the bigger picture of the real world, minding the gap works on SO many levels, all the way from business to relationships, to life in general.What are we missing, where are the ...…
 
Bob and co-host Kevin discuss some recent hikes; Kevin’s continuing preparation for his forthcoming Grand Canyon hike; what happens when maps are wrong or out-dated; Colorado’s fire danger, and the increased penalties for unattended campfires and drone use near emergency responders. The post Outdoors with Hiking Bob Podcast: Recent hikes, Grand ...…
 
Today on the First 40 Miles, what you may have thought of as an essential piece of backpacking gear isn't as indispensable as you think. Today, we’re going stoveless, and we’ll share some delicious ways to ditch the stove for your next trip. Then we’ll taste test a whole food, energy bar that has some sneaky vegetables added. And we’ll share a ...…
 
For almost two decades, Renata Spironello has been helping people from all walks of life improve their health, re-boot their relationships, and find joy in their careers using the psychotherapeutic application of Divine Spiritual Wisdom as taught by Dr. Joseph Michael Levry. She is deeply committed to the positive evolution of humankind, and pl ...…
 
Susan Davies, Executive Director of the Trails and Open Space Coalition joins Bob for the 100th episode of the Outdoors with Hiking Bob Podcast. They discuss a wide range of topics concerning outdoor recreation in the Pikes Peak region. Thanks to all the listeners for making the podcast a resounding success! The post Outdoors with Hiking Bob Po ...…
 
Today on the First 40 Miles, what is real? Social media does a pretty bang-up job of convincing us that everything that’s posted is real, but we’re smart enough to know better. Today, we’ll call their bluff and prove that being outdoors is about as real as it gets. Then we’ll review a headlamp that uses a unique swipe gesture to boldly illumina ...…
 
SHANNON MARTINEZ - From one extreme to another through hiking with kids Shannon Martinez is not your everyday average Hike it Baby mom. First of all she is a mother of seven with children ranging from 2 years old to 21 years old. Second of all she has never actually formally hiked with a Hike it Baby group, but considers herself an active membe ...…
 
Two women, a Coloradan and a Brit, both on their individual journeys in search of healing and growth, crossed paths in Los Angeles, the City of Angels. It didn’t take long to realize they shared a similar vision and mission. To create a life they love, a life they don’t need a vacation from and a life that will help them to give back.In this ep ...…
 
Bob visits Luis Benitez, the Director of the Colorado Outdoor Recreation Industry Office, where they discuss his history in outdoor recreation, his job promoting Colorado to the outdoor recreation industry, and combining the work of government, non-profit organizations and for-profit companies. The post Outdoors with Hiking Bob Podcast: Luis Be ...…
 
Today on the First 40 Miles, are you over 50, 60, 70 and wondering if it’s too late to begin backpacking? It’s never too late. We’ll share some wise words from an old mountain goat. Then, on the SUMMIT Gear Review, an unassuming flashlight that packs a ton of power, versatility and technology into 23 little grams. And we’ll share an easy way to ...…
 
Bob and co-host Kevin hit on a variety of topics this week! The post Outdoors with Hiking Bob Podcast: Preferred footwear; fire danger; summer hiking; meeting listeners appeared first on Studio 809 Radio.
 
Today on the First 40 Miles, still wondering what your first backpacking trip will be like? We think we can boil it down to five words. Then, we’ve found a solar charger that will not only power your electronics, but also rolls up to the size of a Payday candy bar. And a hack for all you hammock hangers out there—sorry ground dwellers.…
 
Bob talks with Oscar Martinez, Pike National Forest District Ranger. They discuss his career with the U.S. Forest Service, the duties of a district ranger, the challenges of managing a national forest in close proximity to a large city and much, much more. The post Outdoors with Hiking Bob Podcast: Pike National Forest District Ranger Oscar Mar ...…
 
Today on the First 40 Miles, I used to believe that trails just existed and that they were just the well-worn footpaths created by thousands of people walking those same miles over and over. Nope. Trails are made and maintained. Today we’ll talk about some things you can do to help. Then, if you’ve always wanted to pack a chainsaw for clearing ...…
 
Bob and co-host Kevin talk about Kevin’s recent climb up Colorado’s Mt Elbert; Bob’s recent trip to Mesa Verde National Park and Colorado’s Mancos State Park; Clothes that repel ticks, and more The post Outdoors with Hiking Bob: Climbing a 14er; hiking in Mesa Verde NP; National Trails Day appeared first on Studio 809 Radio.…
 
Today on the First 40 Miles, within 24 hours we hiked a cumulative 25 miles, ate about 15 pounds of food, built three teepees and breathed in more campfire smoke than the Surgeon General would recommend. Today you’ll hear a trip report from our adventure with our friends who have never been backpacking before. And we’ll share a hack for DIY soa ...…
 
Bob speaks with Mandy Horvath, who overcame a life changing accident to climb the Manitou Incline and now plans to summit Pikes Peak. This amazing womans story is a “must listen” for everyone. The post Outdoors with Hiking Bob Podcast: “LifeProof Bionic Woman” Mandy Horvath overcomes serious challenges appeared first on Studio 809 Radio.…
 
Today on the First 40 Miles, after a long, glorious day of hiking, you arrive into camp and you can relax. Almost. We’ll share a few things you’ll need to do first that will make it so you can truly kick back. Then, we discovered a tool that not only helps with minor trail clearing. but also earns it’s weight when it comes time to build a long- ...…
 
Bob and co-host Kevin talk about a potpourri of topics this week, including recent hikes; re-introduction of wolves into Colorado; wildflower sightings; a recent bear attack; interacting with urban wildlife; and a change in plans for Hanging Lake this year. The post Outdoors with Hiking Bob Podcast: Hikes; wolves; wildflowers; bear attack; urba ...…
 
Today on the First 40 Miles, we’re planning a family backpacking trip with another family who hasn’t been backpacking before. What can we do to give them a great introduction to the wilderness? Then we’ll share a listener story about his introduction to the wild woods. For Today’s Backpack Hack of the Week, a ten-card, 17-gram microgame that wi ...…
 
Today on the First 40 Miles, what do you get when you mix the ancient Japanese art of paper folding with a huge sheet of silnylon? Tarpigami. We’ll talk tarps today and learn about some of the risks and rewards of changing up your shelter. Then, an ultralight shoe that fits in on the trail, in the creek or just bumming around camp. For Today’s ...…
 
Today on the First 40 Miles, it’s too hard. I’m too tired. I just can’t. Is resilience a lost skill? And how can we pass it on to the next generation? On today’s Top 5 List we’ll talk about how to raise the next generation of strong hikers and backpackers. Then, if you’re looking for a way to introduce backpacking to new readers, we have the pe ...…
 
Today on the First 40 Miles, are you sure you want to go backpacking? Do you know what you’re signing up for? We’ll wisen you up a little. On today’s Top 5 List, learn what not to do on your first backpacking trip. And if you’re looking for a way to compress your gear, here's a stashable water bottle option. For the Backpack Hack of the Week, l ...…
 
Dan takes another look at what it costs to hike a long distance trail. This time around, both explicit and implicit (opportunity) costs are considered and used to answer the question: Should I do this hike? Is it worth it?
 
Dan takes another look at what it costs to hike a long distance trail. This time around, both explicit and implicit (opportunity) costs are considered and used to answer the question: Should I do this hike? Is it worth it?
 
Today on the First 40 Miles, we report on our spring break adventure to the Metolius River. Then, we'll review an ultralight headlamp from UCO. Today's Backpack Hack of the Week will give you a good reason to knock marshmallows off your packing list. And we'll wrap up the show with some wisdom from a man who was no dummy.…
 
In this week's episode, Dan pulls a few backpacking questions from the AT and PCT Facebook pages. He talks about where to camp and how to plan a thru-hike of the NY AT and where a good starting point might be for a summer PCT section hike.
 
In this week's episode, Dan pulls a few backpacking questions from the AT and PCT Facebook pages. He talks about where to camp and how to plan a thru-hike of the NY AT and where a good starting point might be for a summer PCT section hike.
 
Today on the First 40 Miles, some gear is fun for just a few trips, but other gear stands the test of time. We’re going back into The First 40 Miles Archives, to find out which gear made the final cut. Then, we’ll dive into the five different types of trails and how to navigate them. The rest of the show is just fun and games, and we’ll wrap it ...…
 
Today on the First 40 Miles, if you’re a beginner backpacker, you are on the threshold of one of the most thrilling adventures of your life. We’ll help you navigate this new adventure with confidence. For today’s SUMMIT Gear Review, a monthly subscription service that will keep you excited about backpacking all year long. Today’s hack will help ...…
 
Today on the First 40 Miles, if you’re bringing something on a backpacking trip “just in case”, there’s a good chance you’ll probably never use that item. How do you know which “just in case” items are actually important? Then, a classic backpacking gear standard that’s lightweight, cheap and easy to use. And we’ll share a hack that will help s ...…
 
Today on the First 40 Miles, hockey may be better with Wayne Gretsky, but who are the people you want to backpack with? Then on today’s SUMMIT Gear Review, a gear repair that takes 15 minutes, and leaves your gear looking cooler, by far, than your friend’s gear. And we’ll share a hack from one of our listeners, Paul.…
 
Smell something burning? That's because Dan and Guthook are all about camp stoves in Episode 30! The guys discuss all major backpacking stove technologies, reviewing the pros and cons of canister, alcohol, ESBIT/solid fuel, bottle-liquid, and wood. Link to postal regulations for shipping gas canisters: http://distancehiking.com/updates/shipping ...…
 
Smell something burning? That's because Dan and Guthook are all about camp stoves in Episode 30! The guys discuss all major backpacking stove technologies, reviewing the pros and cons of canister, alcohol, ESBIT/solid fuel, bottle-liquid, and wood. Link to postal regulations for shipping gas canisters: http://distancehiking.com/updates/shipping ...…
 
How much time should you budget for a long distance hike? In this week's show, using data from 2013-14 AT and PCT thru hikers, Dan talks about all the factors that influence how much time you might want to set aside for your next long distance hike.
 
How much time should you budget for a long distance hike? In this week's show, using data from 2013-14 AT and PCT thru hikers, Dan talks about all the factors that influence how much time you might want to set aside for your next long distance hike.
 
Today on the First 40 Miles, have you ever thought about how your skills as a backpacker can be a huge benefit to yourself and others during a natural disaster? Today we’ll share a story from a listener who experienced the devastation in Puerto Rico. Then, we’ll share a survival hack that will turn your empty pack into something that everyone s ...…
 
Today on the First 40 Miles, we talk about our latest project, a children’s book designed to help get kids outside. An on-the-fly top 5 list emerges as Josh and Heather plan ahead for future episodes. Then we each share one of our favorite “must-have” backpacking items. Next, a super-healthy, super-crunchy trail snack that can be ready in minut ...…
 
Today on the First 40 Miles, Once you’ve got survival in the woods figured out, maybe you’re ready to take it to the next level. We’ve got the top 5 secondary survival essentials to round out your outdoor experience. Then, we’ll review a stove and pot combo that will help you cook up your latest trail cuisine experiment. And if you’re not feeli ...…
 
Today on the First 40 Miles, we’re most of the way through winter—and we’ve survived! And for today’s top 5 list, we’ll share some survival essentials—known to the bushcrafters as "the five Cs". Then we’ll share one of the best subscription boxes we’ve found, that will help you hone your survival skills into a craft. Next, a backpack hack that’ ...…
 
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