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Each week new hiker Andy Neal, takes you on a journey to demystify hiking. Andy sits down with voices in the outdoor and hiking community, getting to know the hikers behind the trekking poles. Hikers tell stories of how hiking has inspired them to grow, create, and better the environment, getting past the how and to the why of hiking. A show for those first starting out on the trail and for experienced thru-hikers! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hikerpodcast/support
 
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.
 
Canadians, Dan & Chantal Deveau are planning the longest walk home. Hiking 4,265km/2,650mi between the Mexican border to Canada along the (PCT) The Pacific Crest Trail. Follow along as they plan for this adventure. They will record + document this journey from the trail, small resupply towns, around the campfire, and when they lay exhausted in their tent. They will be grateful to get out of the tent and view a different view each morning. Follow along with your earbuds. Subscribe + Share and ...
 
We've all been gifted a journey called 'Life'. Hiking Thru Life aims to inspire people from all walks of life to live a more meaningful life. The outdoors is a place we find meaning and connection. This podcast is a collection of stories and connections with people we encounter along our journey. We also provide some helpful tips for outdoor adventures. Where will your journey take you? Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hiking-thru-life/support
 
This podcast is for professionals in the conservation practitioners or citizen scientists. Trying to save the environment and its species can be challenging, frustrating, stressful and depressing-how do we cope with this? Join Dr. Scarlett Smash, an environmental science/marine conservation scientist and yogi practitioner on a journey of self-care. It is important to becoming a mindful conservationist, connecting conservation and holistic healing to provoke and awaken a wholeness in one’s se ...
 
Hiking and backpacking can seem intimidating - especially as a beginner. Each week, Mallory Moskowitz will share the best ways to get out on the trail more often, we'll chat all things backpacking gear, hiking food, safety tips, epic fails, and more. If you're a brand new hiker, or an experienced hiker looking for new inspiration, this podcast is for you.
 
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.
 
Thanks for joining us we’re so excited you are here! Welcome to our podcast Hiking in Heals, with life coach Teresa Coltrin and full time mum and writer Jessica Headey Gandolfi Hiking through life can sometimes feel like we are literally hiking in our heels. As women in today’s modern world the pressure to tick all the social boxes is at its peak. Being perfect, being strong, having it all together, the list goes on. Inspired by our own journeys and life struggles we have come together and a ...
 
Welcome to The Texas Trailhead Podcast! Are you looking to start hiking and camping, but don't know where to start? Follow along each Friday as creator and producer, Danny Laurel, shares stories of his favorite places to hike. He'll also gather stories of what lead others to spend time outdoors too. Maybe you're already a fan of the outdoors, but are looking for other places to visit in Texas. Well then grab your backpack, and put on your hiking shoes; and join along this adventure through t ...
 
What's it like to hike and live in the backcountry for 5 months? Host and thru-hiker Kyle O'Grady, who has completed every last step of the Appalachian Trail, interviews other thru-hikers, peak-baggers, and backpackers who are almost as crazy as him. Is life while thru-hiking really as glamorous as the social media stars make it out to be? Is pooping in the woods really that big of a deal? Find out these answers and more on Trail Tales.
 
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In this week's podcast, Bob and Kevin discuss how climate change is affecting winters in Colorado, and also the dramatically dropping water level in Lake Powell, and how this affects outdoor recreation. The discussion then goes to Kevin's recent hikes on the new trails in the Sweetwater Canyon in North Cheyenne Canon Park. They also discuss a recen…
 
What gear is worth purchasing this year? Gear expert Dan Becker answers that and a host of other questions that range from gear breakdowns to an absurd question by a surprise guest. Join Dan Becker on a backpacking trip by clicking here!!!! GET MORE EPISODES! There are over 80 episodes of B&B that you can get by supporting us on Patreon. It's safe …
 
Welcome to The Hiker Podcast. This week I am excited to talk with Chamise Kramer, Public Affairs Specialist with the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest! A Southern Oregon local, Chamise Kramer got her art degree in 2001 from Southern Oregon University, and realized that her soul craved the next step. So, she went back to school to become a botani…
 
This week's guest is El Paso County (Colorado) Community Services Director Todd Marts. As part of the Community Services department, he also oversees the county parks department, and has been a long-time parks department employee and was promoted to director in 2021. The discussion involves the past years successes and future plans for El Paso Coun…
 
In this episode we ask Melanie Harsha, aka Peanut, that burning question: “Is hiking sexy?” Melanie is a seasoned hiker who has thru hiked both the Appalachian Trail, as a solo NOBO, and the Pacific Crest Trail NOBO with her partner James (Cricket). She has a masters in Appalachian Studies; talk about an expert! Courtney and Melanie explore what it…
 
Happy New Year! Dan and Chantal want to give you an update on their 2023 hike of the Pacific Crest Trail. In the introductions that usually go for the first 8 minutes... we spend about the first 22 minutes of this podcast catching up with Dan reflecting the passing of his Father this past Nov and also reflecting on the last 9 years after splitting …
 
This is our third annual "year reflection" podcast episode. Andy and Sarah (the masterminds, team, and married couple behind this podcast) sit down and take time to reflect upon the year. The growths, changes, challenges, and travels we did in 2021 are all summed up in this reflection episode. Take a listen to see where we ended 2021, and what mind…
 
The New Year celebration is over and accomplishing those New Year goals are expected of you. But, you are feeling lost with no direction for the new year. Dr Scarlett Smash explains how to cope with this feeling and what goals to give yourself to get back on your path. Follow Dr Scarlett Smash and her #mindfulconservation work Mindful Conservation …
 
Dawn Kinsel joins Jeremy to talk about their 2017 trek together with their families on the Tour du Mont Blanc in France, Italy, and Switzerland. Traveling more than 100 miles, this impressive trail circumnavigates Mont Blanc, the tallest peak in the Alps. In addition to impressive peaks, glaciers, and wildflowers, the trek takes hikers through quai…
 
What is the worst trail you've traveled? What is the worst piece of gear you've used? What is the worst backcountry meal you've had? Derek and Carl pull from the wisdom of the Trust the Trail podcast and discuss the worst things we think our fellow adventurers should avoid. GET MORE EPISODES! There are over 80 episodes of B&B that you can get by su…
 
Welcome to the Season 4 Premiere of The Hiker Podcast. This week I am excited to talk with Hiker, Traveler and Author Tim Mathis!Tim Mathis was raised near Middletown, Ohio. The town was the subject of J.D. Vance's memoir of poverty and suffering, "Hillbilly Elegy," but he didn't think it was that bad. He completed a Masters Degree in Theology and …
 
Alicia Filley, Physical Therapist a/k/a "The Healthy Hiker" and a frequent show guest, returns. On this episode the discussion centers around how someone who is usually a "day hiker" can train and prepare to do long, multi-day hikes, such as the Colorado Trail. This podcast sponsored by Please consider becoming a patron of this podcast! Visit: for …
 
Are there any pieces of critical backpacking gear that are simply inexpensive? Yes! Derek and Carl each list off a few of their favorites. These pieces of gear will lighten your load, improve your efficiency, and make your trip better...at a great price. Also, Derek creates 'Price is Right' trivia that really challenges Carl. And why did Derek smas…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob and co-host Kevin start the New Year by reviewing their experiences from 2021 and their plans for 2022. They also discuss preparing for winter weather recreation, and a lawsuit involving a guided hike on Cheyenne Mountain that resulted in a search and rescue operation. Winter weather prep article: Broadmoor lawsuit: Plea…
 
This week I am finally closing out Season 3 with the promised Ask Andy Anything Episode. Thank you all for an amazing 2021. Season 4 Begins Monday January 17. Be sure to subscribe to Andy’s new YouTube Channel- ‘Andy Neal: Plus Size Hiker”- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvQMSeBpY4zwyFBB5Z8U79Q We'd like to thank our sponsors: CNOC Outdoors makin…
 
What would you ask? What would Derek and Carl ask? Professional zoologist Ashley Cole-Wick joins the show and answers all of the interesting, tough and ridiculous questions thrown at her from members of the B&B community as well as the hosts. Questions ranging from 'Should we be concerned if birds suddenly stop chirping' to 'What's the deal with co…
 
Today’s guest, Diane Harsha aka Sticks, has hiked the entire Appalachian Trail, while managing a high-stress job and home life. We address the issue of planning LASH hikes (Long-Ass Section Hike), dealing with equipment failures and changes and how she was able to find some major mental health benefits on her hikes too. You can read all about Stick…
 
Silvester v roku 1978 na Chate pod Suchým bol ako vždy vydarený. Lyžiarsky zájazd z nemocnice Brno tvorila dobre zohratá partia dospelých ľudí, ktorí na našu chatu chodievali už takmer pravidelne. Oceňovali romantiku chaty bez elektriny, jej krásnu polohu na samote pod fatranským hrebeňom, interiér s typickým malofatranským vybavením a ich lyžiarsk…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob chats with Lloyd Athern, the Executive Director of the Colorado Fourteeners Initiative. They discuss the organizations mission and goals, and the work they do to keep access to Colorado's highest peaks open to hikers and mountaineers. They discuss the groups long history, and how they partner with the US Forest Service a…
 
Do you encounter trail villains? Do you just slink away from them in order to keep the peace? Perhaps you're allowing them to continue to wreak havoc on other peaceful trail users. Derek and Carl identify the most common and most egregious trail villains and then determine how to have a proper showdown...the "right" way. Which villains have yelled …
 
On this week's podcast, Bob and co-host Kevin Westendorf discuss a recent storm that hit Colorado Springs and the reaction people had to the resulting damage and power outages. They discuss whether people were reasonable in their expectations of the government to attend to their problems, and are people who seriously recreate outdoors better prepar…
 
How do you fill that darn filter bag with the small hole? Are there light weight hygiene options? Should you be aware when others are taking care of their business? This episode explores using gear in creative ways and learning how to handle gear more efficiently to make for more successful trail days. Also, is there Giardia dirt? Learn more about …
 
Have you ever heard the story of the Little Engine that Could? Today’s guest shows that same kind of drive and determination to make her dream of thru hiking the Pacific Crest Trail, despite multiple setbacks and course corrections. Shannon Ryker joins me today to talk about how her hiking passion was ignited, how she is handling life with kids whi…
 
In this episode, we talk with Andrew Steven. Andrew is the host of the Trail Weight podcast where he chronicles a year of his life preparing for and hiking the John Muir Trail. We talk about topics ranging from his podcasting career to his weight loss journey to his experience on the JMT. https://www.andrewsteven.com https://trailweight.co --- Supp…
 
Profesionálny vodič Ondrej Sokol je autorom kníh z prostredia autobusovej dopravy v Nórsku. V podcaste bude reč o jeho knihách Ako som vozil Nórov, o turistike v Nórsku a aj o súčasnej situácii s dopravou v Bratislavskom samosprávnom kraji, po tom, čo Slovak Lines nahradila Arriva.
 
On this week's podcast, Bob interviews Becky Leinweber, the Executive Director of the Pikes Peak Outdoor Recreation Alliance (PPORA), a new participant in the 2021 IndyGive campaign. They discuss what makes PPORA unique in the outdoors recreation community, it's mission, it's outreach and stewardship, and how donations to the IndyGive will help it …
 
How do you survive an Avalanche? Professional ski/mountaineer, Greg Hill, joins to the show to discuss a range of topics including Electric Greg (a documentary he's featured in), how to go on his guided trips, and everything in between. Also, both Derek and Carl inadvertently try to sabotage the episode. Enter here for the trip giveaway by 57Hours!…
 
This week I am so excited to talk with hiker, backpacker, & photographer Mike “Nomenclature” Aspiras. Born in California and have been living along the West Coast Mike is serving as a member in the US Coast Guard as an Operations Specialist with main focus on emergency management and search and rescue. Outside of the service, Mike is a volunteer wi…
 
Čo si treba kúpiť na zimnú turistiku a čo z letného vybavenia sa dá používať aj v zime? Aké turistické topánky, spodné prádlo, či bundu treba mať? Je špeciálne vybavanie, ktoré je nevyhnutné na zimu? Ako ostať aj v treskúcej zime celý deň v pohode? Aj na tieto otázky hľadáme odpoveď v ďalšom dieli série o vybavení s Mišom a Ľubom.…
 
This week's podcast features Jennifer Peterson, the Executive Director of the Rocky Mountain Field Institute, and a participating organization in the 2021 IndyGive campaign. We discuss the work RMFI has done over the past year, the work planned for next year, and how your contribution can help them achieve their goals for the upcoming year. Rocky M…
 
This week I am so excited to talk with hiker, baker, & small business owner Lucy Navarrete. Lucy Navarrete, 27, is a baker & small business owner in Big Bear Lake, Ca. When she isn’t busy making cakes, she uses any chance she gets to get outside with her dogs, Oli and Xena. Lucy started hiking only about a year and a half ago after a hard break-up.…
 
Do you fear change like everyone else? Well, get prepared! Derek and Carl discuss major advancements (both good and bad) that will impact your outdoor adventures. Hiking aids, new policies, no more bear canisters, 3rd world batteries that may become a common part of your backpacking trip (Derek‘s idea), and many more are discussed. Also, a MAJOR gu…
 
Today's guest is Meg Nocero. We get real about well...getting real! We dive into some of the amazing benefits of our journeys on trail and how that can completely alter our perspective off trail. Meg's story is a great example of the "why" behind hiking and pushing ourselves past our perceived limitations. Meg Nocero, is an attorney (former federal…
 
Ludmilla Glondu joins Jeremy to talk about her adventure in the Himalayas on the Kashmir Great Lakes Trek. Although Kashmir has a history of conflict that continues to this day, it is also a region with a rich multicultural history and unparalleled beauty. Although the hike is in what is today India, Kashmir remains a land disputed and divided. And…
 
Odstup 1,5 metra pri predchádzaní cyklistov nie je nová povinnosť pre vodičov, je len spresnením existujúceho pravidla. V novele zákona o cestnej premávke sú podľa Dana Kollára z Cyklokoalície dôležitejšie novinky. Novej epizóde Hiking podcastu sa s ním rozprával Ľubo Mäkký.
 
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