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Come find inspiration with women in the outdoors. Interviews, in-the-field recordings, and listener submissions make up a tapestry of episodes covering themes such as solo hiking and camping, entrepreneurship, outdoor equity, aging, conservation, motherhood, chronic illness, and more as they intersect with outdoor experiences. Hosted by Gale Straub.
 
The World's longest running independent producer of broadcast quality podcasts for the adventurer, the long distance hiker, the backpacker, the camper, in fact anyone seeking an independent life in the outdoors as a self powered traveler. Since 2005 we've produced audio and video podcasts for the self powered outdoor enthusiast in the UK and World-Wide. For people who wants to find out more about getting into the outdoors lifestyle and enjoying the simple pleasures in life. Our range of mate ...
 
Do you enjoy outdoor recreation, or want to learn more about Arizona’s outdoor scene? You know…Camping, hiking, mountain biking, fishing, wildlife and bird watching, and more! Join us every other Wednesday as we discuss adventure, beautiful places, and hidden treasures in Arizona’s state parks! Whether you’re a seasoned outdoor veteran or someone looking to get into outdoor recreation, there’s something in this podcast for you!
 
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.
 
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On this week's podcast, Trails and Open Space Coalition (TOSC) Executive Director Susan Davies is the guest. Topics discussed are Colorado Springs' ballot issue 2C (extension of the city's TOPS tax) and the upcoming IndyGive campaign. TOSC website: https://www.trailsandopenspaces.org/ IndyGive website: https://indygive.com/ Please consider becoming…
 
This week Bob and co-host Kevin discuss why some agencies in charge a fee for search and rescue missions, and why agencies in Colorado don't. Should people be charged for the cost of rescues? How is that decided, and who makes the decision? It's a pretty lively discussion. Also, we respond to a listener request and go over basic trail etiquette. Th…
 
Rebecca Sperry was in the middle of a big hiking challenge when she was diagnosed with breast cancer in August 2020: she was tracing all 1400+ miles of trails in the White Mountains. While she had to put that quest on pause during cancer treatment, it didn’t stop her from hiking. Once Rebecca got cleared by her doctor, she hiked every single week. …
 
I know it has been some 8 months since my last podcast and this latest release will fill you in with some of the reasons for the silence. It has been a strange 8 months. I’m not sure if it is the result of the third Covid lock down which I found harder than the previous 2 or the subjects I mention in the podcast, but the effect was the same and sil…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob and co-host Kevin update fall colors conditions in Colorado (it's a hot topic this time of the year); Kevin talks about his latest lake hike; road work coming to the Garden of the Gods and how it impacts outdoor recreation; Bob's new YouTube channel, and more. Garden of the Gods Motorless Morning: https://bit.ly/3oCnIVS …
 
Listen to this: About the Journey, the podcast that takes you on an audio road trip with travel lover Oneika Raymond. Each episode of About the Journey takes you on the road along routes like Miami to Key West, Oahu’s North Shore, or Wyoming’s National Parks. You get to ride along with host and travel journalist Oneika Raymond, who you might know f…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob and co-host Kevin discuss a hiker death in the Arizona desert and lessons that can be learned that affect hiking in Colorado's mountains. Also, will this winter be a La Nina event, and what does that mean? Leave No Trace "Hot Spot" week in Colorado Springs; fall colors; what was your most impactful National Park, and mor…
 
On this week's podcast Bob and co-host Kevin discuss extensive vandalism at a Colorado Springs city park, and deliver some harsh words to those responsible. You've never heard them be this forthright about a topic before. They also discuss the start of the fall foliage season; an award given to Bob; and why is there a shortage of Gatorade? Article …
 
Shaandiin Cedar is on the solution side of fighting the climate crisis and invites you to join in, too. A problem-solver by nature, Shaandiin is taking both a bottom-up and a top-down approach to activating climate solutions through her grassroots and corporate sustainability efforts. As an Indigenous woman and the daughter of activists, Shaandin’s…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob and co-host Kevin discuss the closure of a 14,000' peak by the private land-owner and the reasons why it was closed. Also a discussion about whether or not to use hiking poles; tarantulas in Colorado; and more. Colorado Sun article about Mt. Lindsey closure: https://bit.ly/3z7tHDR Outside.com article about hiking pole us…
 
Check out this awesome conversation we had with Mark Cardenas of Hispanics Enjoying Camping, Hunting, and the Outdoors (HECHO)! Mark goes into detail about the connection of Arizona’s lands to Hispanic heritage, discusses HECHO and how you can get involved, and talks about how he fell in love with the outdoors at an early age. Mark and his team are…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob and co-host Kevin discuss a proposal to make Pikes Peak into a national park; new trails being built in North Cheyenne Canon Park, and associated trail closures; fall colors are coming; and recent interactions with listeners of the podcast. Vote for this podcast! https://www.facebook.com/groups/outdoormediaawards TV repo…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob and co-host Kevin discuss hikes they did to mountain lakes; talk about news reports of encounters with moose and a mountain lion and whether you should be worried; they also talk about a 5 year-old boy who through-hiked the entire Appalachian Trail with his parents; a trail closure due to flooding, and more. This episode…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob and Kevin discuss why some recent backcountry rescues went well due to hikers being prepared. Also, they discuss people taking up residence in our forests, including a discussion about a recent news article on the subject. Rescue on Boundary Peak: https://www.oklahoman.com/story/news/2021/08/08/ou-professor-ron-bolen-des…
 
In honor of WorldPride, we're revisiting our 2018 conversation with Elyse Rylander. Elyse is the founder and executive director of OUT There Adventures, a nonprofit dedicated to empowering queer young people through their connection with the natural world. Elyse believes nature is a disruptive force for queer youth and hopes to positively foster th…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob and Kevin catch up on recent events: Kevin climbs another 14'er, and to an alpine lake, and Bob and Kevin hike on Pikes Peak. Bob asks listeners to vote for his photography: http://www.hikingbob.com/vote-for-bob.html Also, they ask everyone to take a poll at Elevatethepeak.org South Slope Recreation Area info: https://co…
 
Star is a ranger at Lost Dutchman State Park who is passionate about her job as well as sharing her relatively newfound love of the outdoors with park visitors! We discuss teachable moments, her inspiring journey, and learning about the outdoors through a variety of park events. Her energy is infectious and animated and we think you’ll really enjoy…
 
Your stories of the unexpected kindness you’ve found in the outdoors - from strangers, from nature. We’ve all been finding solace in nature after a hard year, and we wanted to gather your stories to inspire a kinder outdoor world. Of course, as we’ve talked about a lot on the show - the outdoors is not a utopia, or a place we can escape systemic is…
 
Bob's guest this week is Jennifer Peterson, the Executive Director of the Rocky Mountain Field Institute (RMFI). They discuss this years 40th anniversary of the founding of RMFI, their current work on the Devils Playground trail on the west side of Pikes Peak, and on the Barr Trail on the east side of America's Mountain. Also, their recently comple…
 
Colorado Springs Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Director Karen Palus is Bob's guest on this week's podcast. A semi-annual guest, she talks with Bob about the opening of the new Pikes Peak Summit Complex and the Colorado Springs Sesquicentennial. They also discuss a study that evaluated the needs of the parks department in terms of infrastr…
 
Brianne Lauro was born and raised on Hawai’i Island and learned how to hunt, fish, and dive from her father at a young age. She’s carried this passion into adulthood, along with a commitment to honoring all the lands and waters of the island through giving back as they have given to her and her family. In conversation with Gabaccia Moreno, Brianne …
 
Carrot Quinn joins us on the show again to talk about her latest memoir: The Sunset Route. For those who read and loved Thru Hiking Will Break Your Heart, The Sunset Route fills in a lot of the backstory. Billed as an adventure memoir, (Carrot spent her early 20’s hopping freight trains and hitchhiking before discovering thru-hiking) the book reall…
 
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