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Western Life Radio is Utah’s premiere outdoor radio program, airing on 11 stations statewide. 97.1 FM KCYN in Moab 97.5 FM KZNS in SLC 630 AM KTKK in SLC 700 AM KALL in SLC 750 AM KOAL in Price 860 AM KKAT in SLC 960 AM KOVO in Provo 1280 AM KZNS in SLC 1340 AM KTMP in Heber 1370 AM KSOP in SLC 1490 AM KCPX in Spanish Valley Segments cover a wide range of outdoor recreational opportunities including hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, Off Highway Vehicles, Boating, etc.
 
Muzzleloading and Living History isn't dying out, it's evolving. Muzzle Blasts is the Oldest and Best Muzzleloading, Traditional craft, and Living History publication. We're now bringing the Muzzle Blasts Magazine into the digital era with our own podcast produced by the NMLRA. Join today to help us preserve American History - NMLRA.org Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/muzzleblasts/support
 
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If you’ve been to a mountain town in the past decade you’ve seen the proliferation of Skida hats and neckies. They’re part and parcel now to global ski culture. But what about the founder of Skida? That’s 31-year-old Corinne Prevot. What began for Corrinne as a means of self expression in high school has blossomed into a business with 25 employees …
 
We recently sat down with intrepid explorer Lani Bruntz, soon after she arrived home from a bikepacking trip in Mexico. Prior to that adventure, she was skiing and guiding in Chile. If there’s one thing we learned about Bruntz during our interview, it’s that she’s almost always on the move. Whether exploring her Crested Butte, Colorado backyard, or…
 
In this episode, we have a conversation with backcountry snowboarder Nick Russell. Like so many of today’s top snowboarders, Nick cut his teeth riding freestyle out East. He grew up in Connecticut before making his way to Vermont’s Stratton Mountain School. The longtime home to the US OPEN, Stratton has produced snowboarding legends like Ross Power…
 
Jason Hummel: Cascade Crusader In this episode, photographer and Backcountry contributor Jason Hummel shares his passion for exploring far-flung places in his home range and beyond. Jason grew up backcountry skiing on Washington’s glaciers and in the surrounding wild country, including his first multi day winter traverse of Mt. Rainier at just 10 y…
 
Bruce Edgerly, or “Edge,” as he’s known to the backcountry community, has been around the block. He cut his teeth in the outdoor industry by writing for Powder and Couloir in the 1980s, and traveling the globe to cover the burgeoning extreme skiing movement. In the early nineties, Edge found himself out of a job and largely unemployable, despite ha…
 
In this episode we sit down with Than Acuff, Executive Director of the Crested Butte Avalanche Center. The CBAC is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing an avalanche forecast for the community every day of the winter season. The small forecasting team swings way above its weight, all while working in the West Elk Range, home to one of th…
 
Angel Collinson turned the freeskiing world upside down when, at 31 years old and the height of her career, she retired from professional skiing, swapping big mountains for the ocean. Angel speaks about the similarities and differences between big mountains and big water, what it takes to master one’s craft (and whether it’s worth it) and when—or i…
 
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