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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.
 
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.
 
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
 
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.
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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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…
 
Green Beret, Ultimate Survival Alaska Star, Dual Survivalist and now, Ursack representative, Grady Powell joins the show to give a different perspective concerning proper food storage. He also shares his experience of throwing salmon at a Kodiak bear to stop it from chasing him. Derek and Carl follow up with their takeaways from the interview inclu…
 
Jeremy describes the route his family traveled in summer 2021 on their adventure in Yosemite National Park where they visited two of the park's two most iconic features, Half Dome and Cloud's Rest. The episode even includes audio recorded during the trip. And of course Jeremy brings us the history of Yosemite Valley and Yosemite National Park, as w…
 
Sandra Popelářová si nemyslí, že doháňajú deficit právomocí neprimeraným postihovaním turistov a cyklistov. Hovorí, že aktívne bojujú s výstavbou aj spracúvaním kalamity v národnom parku. Nevidí problém v pokutovaní návštevníkov za spanie vedľa vysielača ci bicyklovanie po účelovej komunikácii.
 
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…
 
Plánovaná reforma národných parkov je kľúčová pre ich ďalšie smerovanie, myslí si riaditeľ Tatranského národného parku Pavol Majko. Ak by prišlo k jednotnej správe štátnych pozemkov v parku, eliminuje to názorové vojny so štátnymi lesníkmi, ktoré minulý rok obmedzili turistov. Vzniknúť by mohli aj nové turistické chodníky.…
 
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…
 
Carl attended the latest Outdoor Retailer show in Denver and he brought the mic with him! Derek reacts to a series of interviews with a variety of organizations that respond to important, unexpected, and absurd questions. Also, Derek thinks the pine cone trowel argument is solved by the LNT organization. Some of the companies discussed on the show:…
 
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…
 
Baker is back once again, and this time he GOES OFF on some of the insane Colorado hiking/backpacking adventures he has had. We also spend some time talking about our future PCT hikes (wink wink), and of course sprinkle plenty of jokes/nonsense throughout the episode. Please consider joining my 46Climbs team to raise money for Suicide Prevention: h…
 
Ťažká priechodnosť krajiny a pytliactvo sú hlavnými príčinami úhynov rysa, vlka a medveďa na Kysuciach. Priechodnosti majú pomôcť plánované ekodukty, no na zamedzenie pytliactva je nedostatok strážcov. Sú len dvaja. Tí mausia okrem pytliactva riešiť aj množstvo nelegálnych vjazdov terénnych motoriek a štvorkoliek. V najnovšej epizóde Hiking podcast…
 
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…
 
Back from the Wind River Range, Derek and Carl discuss the theme of this year's big July trip: interesting encounters with a variety of hikers. Somebody bailed from the trip last minute. And, has a podcast villain emerged? Upgrade Your Sleep System With Our Latest Sponsor: Zenbivy. Use code 'BLISTERS' for free shipping! GET MORE EPISODES! There are…
 
Explore the variety of trails out there. Firetowers offer superb views. State parks offer family-friendly adventures over miles of trails in various habitats. In the winter, trail systems in places like Arizona and Florida give the wanderer exciting native flora and fauna without the snow and cold temperatures. Wildlife preserves and refuges allow …
 
In this episode, we talk with Michael Mojica business owner of Outdoor Element. This is a Colorado family-owned gear company that has gear for many of your outdoor needs. We dive into the story of how a side hustle over the years has turned into a business of making innovative outdoor gear that has multiple uses. From getting the family on board wi…
 
Lucas Smith has taken a, dare I say... untraditional route into the world of thru hiking. Rather than take on the Appalachian Trail or the PCT, Lucas has started his thru hiking journey by hiking the Buckeye Trail in Ohio, and the Ice Age Trail in Wisconsin. In this episode we mostly focus on the Ice Age Trail, so if you want to learn about a lesse…
 
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…
 
Listener Dan Koehne joins Jeremy to talk about the Overland Track in Tasmania, Australia. After Jeremy gives us some of the history of Tasmania, including one pretty grim prison escape story, Dan tells us about his 2016 solo hike of the Overland Track, which traverses the wilds of Cradle Mountain - Lake St. Clair National Park. Dan also talks about…
 
Strmé zrázy, rovinky a prepady v hustom lese. To sú prírodné podmienky, ktoré definujú Handlovské traily. Tento terén nevznikol prirodzene. Je dôsledkom masívneho zosuvu pôdy, ktorý tu bol v 60-rokoch. O stavbe týchto trailov, údržbe a plánoch do budúcnosti ale aj širšie o bikovaní na hornej Nitre sme sa rozprávali so staviteľom Handlovských trailo…
 
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 …
 
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…
 
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…
 
In this two-part episode I start off by talking about the worst hiking injury I've ever experienced, which happened recently while backpacking the Cranberry Lake 50 in the Adirondacks. I talk about what went wrong, what we can do to learn from it... and how much it sucked. Here's a link to the video of my hike: https://youtu.be/ggwHwgPtF7w In part …
 
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…
 
Taylor the Nahamsha Hiker is back on Trail Tales to talk all about her successful Appalachian Trail thru hike! Taylor hiked the trail in an impressive 121 days, and in this episode we talk all about it... including some of the most frequent troll comments she would receive on her videos. Taylor's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/Taylorthe…
 
Creating happiness through self-love can be tough, but Dr Scarlett Smash explains a few great steps she took to achieve deep love for herself with some personal behavioral change actions. She shares these activities in hopes it will help others with their journey towards happiness. Follow Dr Scarlett Smash and her #mindfulconservation work Mindful …
 
A host of fellow adventurer share some of their backpacking problems (big and small). Both Derek and Carl weigh in on how to tackle issues with packing, food, sleep, time, and the value of a pack manifest. Also, did Carl drop a water bottle in an Sasquatch carcass and is there a budget Osprey pack after all? Upgrade Your Sleep System With Our Lates…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob's guest is Kate Miyamoto from the Colorado state office of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management. They discuss the role of BLM, it's land holdings in Colorado, to include recreational lands and more. After the podcast, Ms. Miyamoto provided more information, that can be found here: https://bit.ly/3qNm6bd This week's podcast…
 
Jonathan Zaherek is back on the show to talk about getting sendy in the Adirondacks. Whether it's backcountry skiing, or trail running (even on the uphills) Jonathan never holds back as he continues his quest to basically be the biggest Adirondack Hiking Nerd of all time. A special thanks to Nick Groves for popping into the conversation for a few m…
 
Author, trial advocate, founder of the Florida trail, and co-founder of the American Hiking Society Jim Kern joins the show to discuss issues surrounding America's National Scenic Trails. Also, does Derek have insecurity issues regarding vocabulary words? Check out Jim Kern's book: Broken Promise: The Plight of Our National Trails Learn How to Prot…
 
There's a lot of things that go into planning a hike, but is learning how to stay in hiking shape often one of the thoughts? In this episode, we talk with Rowan Smith who is a personal trainer and founder of Summit Strength, a personal training service for hikers. He designed Summit Strength specifically to help hikers have the best chance for a sa…
 
Nancy East of the Hope and Feather Travels blog joins Jeremy to talk about the Foothills Trail in upstate South Carolina and western North Carolina. This adventure takes hikers through some of the most beautiful hiking scenery in the southeastern United States, including by some pretty amazing waterfalls. Nancy also talks about her record-setting m…
 
Dr Scarlett Smash talks about how intimidation is killing conservation and how this needs to stop. Follow Dr Scarlett Smash and her #mindfulconservation work Mindful Conservation Twitter: @mindfulconserv1 DrScarlett Twitter: @DrScarlettSmash Mindful Conservation Instagram: @mindfulconservation DrScarlett Instagram: @DrScarlettSmash Check out her we…
 
On this week's episode, Bob and co-host Kevin discuss Bob's recent hikes in the Roosevelt National Forest, and wonder why trails that were destroyed by fire at the same time as the Waldo Canyon Fire have been rebuilt, while Waldo Canyon is still unrestored. Also, Bob reviews some products he's been sent, and a product Kevin will be testing. Also, l…
 
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