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Talking Australia, from award-winning Australian Geographic, shares the stories of Australia’s most inspiring explorers, conservationists and adventurers. Listen as they take you on a journey around this magnificent country and beyond, whether battling the elements to achieve their lifelong dreams or working hard to preserve our unique and fragile natural world. Each week the podcast features intimate conversations with extraordinary Australians.
 
Trail Correspondents is a teleportation machine to the trail- in audio form. Every other week, a select handful of thru-hikers on the Appalachian Trail, Pacific Crest Trail, Continental Divide Trail, and the American Discovery Trail, give us a glimpse into the world of long distance backpacking. Through their eyes and vocal cords, we learn all about the highs, lows, and nitty gritty details that go into a half-year, cross-country trek. Trail Correspondents is the next best thing to being on ...
 
Stories of women who are inspired by time spent outside take the shape of interviews, in-the-field recordings, and listener submissions. These make up a tapestry of episodes covering themes such as solo hiking and camping; entrepreneurship; aging; diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI); conservation; motherhood; chronic illness; and feminism as they intersect with outdoor experiences. Hosted by Gale Straub.
 
Active Travel Adventures curates multi-day world wide adventure travel for reasonably fit folks who love to hike, bike, paddle or otherwise stay active for a more immersive experience when they vacation and explore our planet and its people. ATA's mission is to inspire and empower you to lead a bigger life through adventure travel. Travel the Active Travel Adventures way!
 
An ongoing series of long-form conversations with individuals at the forefront of exploration and adventure in which filmmaker Matt Pycroft speaks to the most knowledgeable, accomplished and respected voices in the field. From mountaineers to wildlife cinematographers, environmental activists to polar photographers, The Adventure Podcast brings you up close and personal with those who live extraordinary lives. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-adventure-podcast.
 
Join renowned angler April Vokey as she explores fishing, hunting, foraging and homesteading through intimate, face-to-face conversations with some of the outdoor world's most influential people. Her intense curiosity drives her to take a behind-the-scenes, vulnerable and honest approach with her guests that often ends up uncovering never-before-heard stories. An Anchored Outdoors production.
 
Getting back to his Canadian roots, avid outdoors enthusiast Tom Green hits the road with his rescue puppy Charley, as they podcast their way across the continent looking for adventure. In his customized, state-of-the-art broadcast van, Tom takes us on an audio-driven ride speaking to van lifers, influencers, outdoor experts, scientists, artists, celebrities and real (and un-real) people he encounters along the way. If there ever were a podcast to embrace the nomad culture this is it — part ...
 
Outdoor Evolution founder & contributor Darwin Rakestraw is joined by rotating co-hosts on a podcast that seeks to go beyond the usual conversations in the outdoor community. As more people turn to hiking, cycling, van-life and the outdoors - making use of public lands and Mother Nature - the questions we ask ourselves as a community need to move beyond the surface level. The Outdoor Evolution Podcast is all about the current, difficult and important discussions in the outdoor community.
 
Footnotes: The Cicerone Podcast is a podcast to inspire you about outdoor travel and activities in the UK and across the world. As specialists in outdoor travel guidebooks for over 50 years, Cicerone Press has published nearly 400 guidebooks to walking, cycling, trekking, mountaineering and running all over the world. The Cicerone team is based in Kendal, near the Lake District, and we look forward to sharing our love of the outdoors with you. Through conversations with our guidebook authors ...
 
Living Adventurously, with Alastair Humphreys, is the story of ordinary people choosing to live extraordinary lives. Alastair interviews artists and chefs, students and pensioners, athletes and travellers. He wants to discover what living adventurously means to different people, what universal obstacles stand in the way, and how each of these people took the first step to overcome them and begin their own fascinating journeys.
 
Raging rivers, hungry bears, huge avalanches—no matter how prepared you are, a walk in the woods can go from innocent to disastrous in the blink of an eye. Out Alive is a podcast series about real people who survived the unsurvivable. Each survivor takes you through what happened, from the packing mistakes to the missed signals to the plain bad luck, while experts and witnesses weigh in on how things went wrong.
 
Take Aim is an outdoor podcast show devoted to covering the passion of the hardcore archery hunting lifestyle, covering the best gear from insiders in the Hunting Industry. Archery tips and tacit, along with the latest technology that will help keep that lifestyle moving forward to success. This show is proudly hosted by The Podbros Network! http://www.podbros.com
 
The world is so much more than what we know, and only through understanding it better can we make informed decisions. This podcast aims to bring impactful, entertaining and insightful conversations from a global array of guests. Some famous, some you won’t have heard of. From famous explorers, to renowned scientists and just good people, all have a story to tell which we can take something from. Topics are wide ranging, with a backbone centred on conservation, including hunting, fishing, exp ...
 
We’re a collaborative of professional wildlife photographers and filmmakers who are thrilled to share our outdoor adventures and tips of the trade with you! Follow along as we take you into the wild with us! Find out what it takes to walk the tundra with caribou, discover the intricacies of working with bears, enjoy the mesmerizing mountain vistas as we share our career journeys with you. Our podcasts will include cutting-edge gear tips and developments, social media and communication how-to ...
 
Travel Market Life - your new companion to understand what's happening in the Travel industry and wider economy at this time.During each episode we will explore the questions that we all have over the coming weeks and months to try to get us back to where we were. In each programme we will be joined by specialists in their field of the different sections of the travel market to understand what we should be looking at and considering as we rebuild post-covid19.Whether you're working in the b2 ...
 
A channel dedicated to exploring the world of endurance sports and the outdoors through inspiring stories and conversations. Produced by Jamil Coury and his team at Steep Life Media. Trail Running events: https://www.aravaiparunning.com Mountain Biking events: https://www.aravaiparides.com
 
In the Out and Back Podcast presented by Gaia GPS, thru-hiker Andrew “Shanty” Baldwin, professional guide/outdoorswoman Mary "Hiker Midnight" Cochenour, and professional athlete Abby Levene dive deep into conversation with long-distance hikers, record-breaking athletes, offroad travelers who sold everything to live full-time on the dusty backroads, and other awesome guests who have mastered their backcountry craft. In every show, Shanty, Mary, and Abby tap into each backcountry expert’s supe ...
 
Welcome to the Creator Clubhouse - a podcast where we discuss business and the art of creativity while also exploring ways to become more empathetic, whole humans. Join us as we cover topics like managing clients, taking care of our mental health, staying creative, and building a creative empire lol. The Creator Clubhouse is hosted by three perfectly imperfect hosts who run and manage @artofvisuals and the art of visuals creative agency. Prince McClinton, Viera Reid, and Dj Ramirez. See acas ...
 
Join Brenda Petrella from Outdoor Photography School as she sits down with top landscape and nature photographers and leaders in the outdoor industry to unpack their approaches to creativity, connecting with nature, and working safely and comfortably in the natural world. This weekly podcast is a mix of interviews and quick tip episodes. The Tidbit Tuesday episodes include nuggets of practical information and a Q&A section where Brenda answers your submitted questions. Be sure to follow the ...
 
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Mary Forgione covers outdoors and travel for the Los Angeles Times. She's also editor of The Wild, a newsletter that covers essential outdoor content for Southern Californians. She loves running, hiking, camping and backpacking, and doing anything outdoors -- and always looks for new ways to experience destinations in California and beyond. Mary al…
 
An outdoor enthusiast with a penchant for giving extreme sports a go, our next Memory Maker landed in travel and hospitality to lead the strategic brand development of Atomize following a career working in ecommerce and building SaaS companies. Alexandra Fjallman, Chief Marketing Officer at Atomize, loves a challenge, putting herself in a context w…
 
#014: Now that the world is opening up again in places, it’s exciting to start planning your next photography trip! So, in today’s Tidbit Tuesday, I share some tips and helpful reminders on packing and traveling with your camera gear. It can be tempting to pack everything to keep your options open, but bringing it all may be unnecessary and even im…
 
Emily Penn is a Skipper and an Ocean Advocate. During a sailing trip around the world, Emily was having a swim and surfaced to find she was surrounded by plastic - from lighters to toothbrushes. Since this moment Emily has dedicated her career to solving the issue of plastic pollution. In this episode Emily tells Matt about how we’re all contributi…
 
Masks are going to be required in national parks again, even for vaccinated, people as the Delta variant of Covid 19 rips through the country. Wildfires continue their spread as well, pulling a blanket of smoke over much of North America. RV dealership chains are gobbling up independent dealers - we’ll talk about what that means for buyers. An elec…
 
From JesseMcNeil.com: “At 37, Jesse McNeil—at times carpenter, commercial fisherman, dabbler in real estate—decided to buy an untrained horse, make himself into a horseman, and ride all the way across the United States, from the Pacific to the Atlantic Ocean. A fiercely independent traveler, Jesse had navigated previous coast-to-coast trips—solo jo…
 
In this episode, Darwin & Emory chat about rocks. More specifically, rock cairns. When do cairns & stick shelters go from being a necessary to a nuisance on our public lands? What’s the gray area between necessary use and leaving a trace consist of? Does a little harmless stack of rocks really make a big impact on the natural environment? To get ea…
 
Animal pathologist Dr Lydia Tong reinvented the role of veterinarian. After uncovering a cruel dog-killing scandal, she spearheaded a campaign to enforce stricter rules on racing-dog breeders, as well as bringing attention to animal abuse in households with domestic violence. Her most important work, however, might be the discovery of a new method …
 
On this week’s episode of The RV Atlas podcast we are back with part two of our California beach camping series! In episode one our good friend Lauren Eber (from @afamwithavan on Instagram) was our guide and she gave us some incredible campground recommendations from San Diego to Santa Barbara. Along with each campground pick she shared great spots…
 
Experiences You Should Have Podcast Show Notes Saba is a beautiful, exotic island, part of the Netherlands located in the Northeastern Caribbean Sea. This 5 square mile island boasts friendly people, excellent food, and amazing diving. It’s a mere 3-hour flight from Florida, but it will feel like you’ve traveled thousands of miles to get to paradis…
 
Show Notes: Early travel memory to a classic baseball stadium (8:51) The curiosity that led him to the real estate industry and to Marriott Hotels (15:45) Peter’s philosophy around creating a community through travel (22:10) Learning to travel in an RV during the pandemic (34:30) Handling the Starwood/Marriott merger (40:26) Struggles and successes…
 
Theresa Emmerich Kamper, PhD, Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Exeter and author of Determining Prehistoric Skin Processing Technologies, has over 25 years of experience in prehistoric skin tanning and clothing construction. She joins me on this podcast to talk in detail about traditional tanning, prehistoric skin processing, making cl…
 
Amanda Hughes share three of her favorite backpacking trails with Lori. These are trails that you could also do some day hikes on, but would be best experienced as an overnight backpack. 1. Potawatomi Trail at Pickney State Recreation Area Trail Map 2. Little Carp River Trail Info on Backpacking via The Outbound Porcupine Mountains map 3. Shingle M…
 
This week on the Peak Northwest podcast, we connect with the artist who leads the “Circles in the Sand,” events on the southern Oregon coast. You're going to want to listen to this one twice. The artist, Denny Dyke, drops wisdom left and right. We also talked about other fun things to do in Bandon. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out info…
 
Episode 36 of Out and Back is a cross-collaboration with our brand new overlanding podcast: The Gaia GPS Offroad Podcast! The Gaia GPS Offroad Podcast, sponsored by Trails Offroad, brings you conversations with experienced offroaders and overlanders from around the world. Listen in as host, fighter jet pilot, and experienced overlander Wade May div…
 
This week, we share some tips to save cash at the pump and some driving techniques to get your mpg up. Plus, a listener question about figuring out where to begin, and a tip for keeping your RV's screen door kid and K-9 safe. Say thanks to this week's sponsors who help keep this content free for you, by supporting their work. Head over to RVMiles.c…
 
Listen in as Kit chats with online personal trainer Becki Rupp of Trailblazer Wellness about how to plan and tweak your adventure travel training program when life gets in the way. You want to make sure you enjoy your adventure, maximize your chances of success while minimizing your chance of injury. So its best to train your mind and body ahead of…
 
Originally Aired April 13, 2017 Did you ever think it were possible to ride a mountain bike to the South Pole? On January 21, 2014, Daniel Burton became the first person to accomplish this. Self-supported with the exception of three aerial food drops along the way, Daniel rode more than 750 miles over 51 days in blistering winds and various snow co…
 
Show #108 – #brownliquor – On this month’s Trail Show we find D-Low in the Big Apple, special cohost POD speaks on the highs and highers of the Southern Sierra High Route (SoSHR), Spesh talks to us about bear attacks and hot trails, Buck-30 regales us twice and spots a moose, grumbling gratitudes are recommended, Disco speaks German while not drink…
 
Outdoor industry photographer Chris Hood joins Jason and Ron to bring you insight into some incredible wildlife travel destinations. He shares highlights from three continents and describes how his landscape beginnings shaped his incredible wildlife portfolio.By Michael Mauro, Ron Hayes, Jason Loftus, Mark Raycroft
 
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…
 
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 …
 
While travel may be the most open that it's been for Americans since the pandemic began, it comes with a lot of complications—from major passport renewal and Global Entry application delays to newly developed travel anxieties. To help you explore in the safest and most prepared way possible, we're answering your burning travel questions in this wee…
 
Rick Shine is Australia’s leading expert on cane toads and, together with his team of researchers, the evolutionary biologist and ecologist developed new methods to control the ecological impact of the invasive amphibians. Since its introduction, the poisonous toad is rapidly spreading across the continent with devastating effects for many of Austr…
 
# 017: Today, I sit down with award-winning writer and photographer, Charles Bergman, to chat about his passion-filled journey into photography, the importance of storytelling in creating meaning and connection, our relationship with animals, his expedition experiences to several continents to learn about and photograph eighteen species of penguin,…
 
When Brian realized that he was going to have to teach virtually for the rest of 2020 he saw an opportunity to make an adventure happen. He set out a plan to visit all 32 states of Mexico while teaching full-time at his job in the US. How did he do that on top of road tripping across the US and balancing a full-time job? find out on today’s episode…
 
When I think of the perfect Trout Bum story, Justin Crump comes to mind. Justin fell in love with fishing at an early age, before dedicating his entire life to the pursuit. In this episode of Anchored, Justin and I discuss how his willingness to go with the flow introduced him to a lifetime of adventure, a successful career, and even the love of hi…
 
Casita Dean May is back on the RV Atlas for the second week in a row with another jam packed episode! Last week Dean gave us a detailed review of the Townsend/Great Smokies KOA. This week we are packing in a double episode! Dean is here to review the Riverbend Campground in Hiawassee GA, and to tell us about his recent trip there for the Eggs on th…
 
A famous airstream is set for auction, Americans can travel to Canada again, GM is set to be the first to bring hands-free driving to towing, fires are forcing evacuations and closures across the west, sweltering heat is on its way AGAIN, and more. It’s time for the latest in RV and camping news. Download the Togo RV App and get Togo RV+ for $10 of…
 
Summary We’re planning ahead a little bit in today’s show. I’m talking with a New England photographer all about what we can expect when we head out to shoot fall color this season. This is Latitude Photography Podcast, Episode 123 for July 22, 2021 ANNOUNCEMENTS/Other Comments July Topic The topic for July is #PublicLands. Please get your submissi…
 
Today on the podcast we have the one and only Alabama Slammer Bryan Broderick from Day Six Gear. We chat what's new with Day Six and a most recent Axis Deer (Free Range) hunt in Texas that Bryan found success with a Axis Buck, Axis Doe/cow/hind and one of the biggest Texas hog's Bryan has ever killed. Make sure to check out the great products from …
 
A guide to travel advisor's success - we speak to Geraldine Ree about the role of the independent travel agent and how they can create a sustainable and rewarding business, even from the pandemic. Geraldine’s knowledge covers all aspects of the travel industry, including over a decade as an experienced SVP with Expedia Cruises. With this experience…
 
John Argento is an avid traveler who has been exploring the world for the last 35 years. Originally from Canada, John has traveled to nearly 90 countries to date, visited hundreds of cities, towns, and villages around the globe, and currently resides in Amsterdam. He has previously lived in New York, London, Paris, Milan, Montreal & Lausanne and wa…
 
Kris shares her first solo backpacking adventure in the Porcupine Mountains. Listen to her talk about the trails she hiked, where she camped and all the tips and resources hikers might want to know about before setting off to the Porkies in the Upper Peninsula. Connect with Kris Van Handel: Check out her book: Hiking with Hair Tie Hike Episode: Sec…
 
Originally aired June 12, 2017 Teresa Bruce talks about the ultimate road trip where she and her husband Gary drove down the Pan American Highway in a 4-wheel-drive truck searching for people who helped her family survive the same trip 30 years earlier when they did it in a 1968 vintage camper. Teresa's new book The Drive: Searching for Lost Memori…
 
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