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Best Hiking podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Hiking podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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From the Appalachian Trail to the Pacific Crest and everything in between. Backpacker Radio is a show all about the wonderful world that is thru-hiking and long distance backpacking. Co-hosts, Zach "Badger" Davis and Juliana "Chaunce" Chauncey muse on the backpacking life and the latest from the trail every other week. Topics include but are not limited to news, trail culture, interviews, gear, advice, and all you can eat buffets.
 
In a world of women who aren't afraid to "go there" on tough issues, the LadyBrains Podcast stands out as a tight group of friends who navigate difficult topics—but not in a traditional way. The ladies are Lyndsey Fifield, Bethany Mandel, Emily Zanotti, Mary Katharine Ham, Kelly Maher, and Elisha Krauss.
 
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.
 
This Podcast is the brainchild of Shanti Hodges, but was inspired by her experience over the last four years as the founder of Hike it Baby. Join her every week as she talks to hiking families who inspire her and like minded adventurers she’s met along the way. To learn more about the other endeavors Shanti is working on from her book (Hike it Baby Across the US: 100 Adventures with Toddlers and Babies) that comes out in May 2018 to the family festival (www.familyforestfest.com) she’s puttin ...
 
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? ---- Hiking Thru Life T-shirts and water bottles: https://hikingthrulife.net/shop/ Be a guest on the podca ...
 
Stories from the Trail is the hiking community's only live call-in show, created by and for people who love to talk trail. We go beyond the Appalachian Trail don't limit our conversations to hiking. Hosts Reptar, Gary Sizer (aka "Green Giant", author of Where's the Next Shelter?) and Megan Thompson (aka "Voldemort") will bring you their conversations with people who live outside. SUPPORT THE SHOW! https://www.patreon.com/StoriesFromTheTrail
 
All elk, all the time, and only elk. Hunting elk is the aspirational pinnacle for most American hunters. Corey Jacobsen, 10-time World Elk Calling Champion, and Randy Newberg, long-time public land hunting advocate, have combined to lower the hurdles for aspiring elk hunters and provide insight from their combined decades of elk hunting mistakes that will give useful information to elk hunters of all experience levels. Brought to you by Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and partners Sitka Gear, ...
 
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 ...
 
In the next decade, the scale and scope of environmental change will test our ingenuity and strength. The fight for a livable planet is one that we must win. Each week we will meet people who can help us navigate this dynamic world and get us on a path to health. Hosted by Jared Blumenfeld, Podship Earth is a call to action. Jared Blumenfeld was the regional administrator of the US Environmental Protection Agency from 2009-2016 (appointed by President Obama). He also served as the Director o ...
 
The Overstory, a podcast from Sierra Club, brings listeners some of the most surprising, heartfelt, and provocative stories from across the American landscape. With each episode our reporters go beyond the latest news headlines as they profile the people and places on the front lines of environmental activism.
 
The Training For Trekking Podcast is created to help hikers, trekkers and mountaineers prepare for their bucket list adventures. Rowan shares with you the simple training strategies to get you fit, strong and resilient to tackle anything the trail will throw at you. He also dives deep into subjects such as how to prevent altitude sickness, nutrition while hiking, injury prevention and much, much more. So you can have the very best chance of a safe, enjoyable and successful adventure!
 
Hey Gang and welcome to Foot Stuff Podcast - THE Outdoor Recreation Comedy! Hosted just outside of New York state's largest Wilderness Area, Foot Stuff Podcast brings you stories of Adventure, Antics, and Activism from around the country. Tune in for all things hiking, backpacking, thru-hiking, climbing, paddling, camping, skiing, and more. Keep it Wild!
 
Inside the Great Outdoors is the best choice for Outdoors talk radio! Whether they're talking about hunting, hiking, birdwatching, fishing, nature or just some good old fashioned appreciation of the outdoors, it's guaranteed to be a great time! Inside the Great Outdoors is hosted every week by the legendary Joe "Kastaway" Kulis and is often joined by Joe "Good News" Keough! Other frequent co-hosts include Dr. Norm, Bob Faber, Carl Bachtel, Jason Samosky, Jim Peters, and many more!
 
Explore Colorado focuses on teaching and equipping people on travel and recreation in the great state of Colorado. Learn how to backpack, climb a mountain, hunt, fish, raft, off road, and travel in Colorado. Discover about mountain town, tips to make you trip go better, save money on your trip, and more by listening to this podcast.
 
Join us on this journey to share stories, tips, and information about all things camping, hiking, and living! We are Christopher Hiller, camping supply store owner and all around camping expert, and Nate Harrington, avid hiker and outdoor enthusiast, and together we've got the experience and enthusiasm to guide you to get out there too!
 
If you like anything true crime related, subscribe today for stories of serial killers, missing persons, and other horrible crimes. Come back every week for new episodes. Killer Instinct is a new podcast from Savannah Brymer. For advertising opportunities please email PodcastPartnerships@Studio71us.com Link to survey: https://bit.ly/2EcYbu4
 
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.
 
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In this episode, we talk with Erin Egan who is the host of the Hiking Thru podcast. She started the podcast as a way to share experiences from other thru-hikers with an end goal of her own thru-hike of the Pacific Crest Trail. Erin's plan was to set out for her thru-hike of the PCT on April 4th. However, the world has changed with the recent COVID-…
 
Given the current state of the world, we thought it was more important than ever to bring you some outdoor news and stories to help pass some time and keep you positive.In this episode we cover some feel-good stories that have come out of the recent Australian bushfires, walking sharks and dinosaur trees. We also give you some ideas for great outdo…
 
View this post on Instagram It’s done! Florida Trail FASTEST KNOWN TIME. 22 days 7 hours and 28 minutes of hell on my mind and body. I averaged 50 miles a day. I have no blisters, all my toenails and no injuries. Last mile I ran at 6 min pace. What an epic journey. Thank you for following my journey. None of this was possible without Joey Delgado m…
 
Three-year-old Jaryd Atadero went missing almost 20 years ago while on a hike near Fort Collins, Colorado. What should've been a simple missing person's case, turns into a complicated mess with police stonewalling the investigation at almost every turn. Savannah explores how Jaryd's family was not allowed access to vital information and how Jaryd's…
 
This week's guest is physical therapist Alicia Filley. She talks with Bob about how hikers can hike and enjoy the outdoors while minimizing the risk of injury. There are a lot of good pointers in this episode. This podcast was recorded prior to the COVID-19 crisis hit critical mass in the U.S. Read my article in the Colorado Springs Independent on …
 
Lee Jacobson is on the podcast again. I wanted to get the listeners a look behind the scenes of handling a group which is dedicated to hiking, without wanting to promote people to hike the main trails. Covid-19 has currently changed getting outdoors. The first thing Washington Hikers and Climbers did is turn on post approval. This way, all posts ca…
 
In this episode, I interview Lee Welton (the founder of Trailside Fitness) and we discuss how to best prepare and train for a major thru-hike. Completing a major thru-hike sits on many hikers 'one day list'. Whether it is the Pacific Crest or Appalachian Trail in the USA, the Te Araroa Tramp in New Zealand or the Shikoku Pilgrim's Trail in Japan - …
 
Today one of Shanti's good friends in Oregon got confirmation that she has Covid-19. She wasn't surprised and she spent over a week trying to get tested and convince the doctors in her area that she was positive she had it. The scary part is she knows exactly when and where she got it and there were over 400 people in the same jampacked club she wa…
 
In this episode we address the very difficult question: How might your hike impact the spread of COVID-19 in the trail community? Our qualified expert this week is Dr Kathryn Michels, (aka "Mr Peanut), a CDT SOBO thru hiker who also holds a PhD in Microbiology, Immunology, and Cancer biology from the University of Virginia. In addition to covering …
 
In this episode I speak with ancestral skills instructor, and participant on History Channel’s Alone Show season 6, Woniya Thibeault. In our discussion we talk about Woniya’s journey into Ancestral skills and the visceral familiarity and remembering that happens when we reconnect with those skills, and especially when we encounter and handle bucksk…
 
Dallas Koehn is a retired US Park Ranger having worked for the National Park Service from 1964 to 1998. His duties consisted of visitor and resource protection, structural and wildland fire protection, law enforcement, emergency medical services, search and rescue, and supervision. During his career he worked at Yosemite, Death Valley, Grand Canyon…
 
In this episode, I invite breathing specialist James Fletcher on the show to discuss high performance breathing for hikers. Inside, he shares an incredible amount of knowledge about how hikers, trekkers and altitude adventurers can potentially improve their performance through breathing training. Breathing is a subject which so many hikers are inte…
 
Earth Day is turning 50 and I talk with Dr. Arlene Blum, who exemplifies the energy, humanity and spirit of this celebration which began in 1970 and gave birth to the modern environmental movement. Arlene is a biophysical chemist, an author, a mountaineer and Executive Director of the Green Science Policy Institute. Arlene’s belief that we can all …
 
Earth Day in the Time of Pandemic The first episode of The Overstory's second season was originally intended as a celebration of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. As the pandemic unfolded, we pivoted to consider what social activism will look like in this season of social distancing. Hear from Denis Hayes, founder of the Earth Day Network; Zero Ho…
 
Before all the Covid-19 hit the news and somewhere after the fire in Australia I had the pleasure to speak with Emily Penn about a topic that was in the news at the time, the impact single use plastics were having in our lives and more importantly how plastic was now in our food chain and no doubt, within us too. As you’ll hear she was lovely to ta…
 
In this episode, I discuss one silver lining which many hikers may be able to find out of the current crisis. It might not be much but, potentially, it could be a little sliver of positivity for many hikers to focus on in the coming months. == Want to learn more about the Plantar Pain Program mentioned in the episode? Send an email to rowan@summits…
 
If you’ve listened to this podcast or followed me on Instagram, you’ve surely noticed that I love to run. It’s where I find my best therapy. But that’s not always been the case. I started running because of one person -- Lisa Hallett -- and the organization she cofounded, wear blue: run to remember. Lisa and I share the unbreakable bond of not just…
 
Mark is so easy to talk to about all sorts of topics that you forget he’s an iconic freeskier with numerous awards under his belt. In 2005 and 2007 he won the Powder Video Awards for Best Male Performance and is well known by his amazing freeskiing skills that are captured in film through his nearly two-decade relationship with Matchstick Productio…
 
In this episode, I interview adventure coach Josh Wood (straight from his self-quarantine), and we discuss physical preparation for guides and backpackers as well as some great ways to stay active and productive when stuck at home. Josh is an incredibly interesting adventure coach. He works with hikers and guides and helps them get in a position wh…
 
Nimblewill Nomad, Chris Bell, and Billy Goat Sunny ‘Nimblewill Nomad’ Eberhart is a hiking legend, known throughout the hiking community for his 20+ years of trekking hiking routes both popular and well-traveled and those more obscure and quiet. I had the chance to sit down and chat with him at Billy Goat Day, hosted by FT ThruHike, last January. h…
 
View this post on Instagram ROUTE PLACE NAME: Big Eddy, Cold River Country section = An eddy is a calm section of river water, and this one's big. This feature remained unnamed until 1953. The Adirondacks' other Big Eddy is on the West Branch of the Sacanadaga River. #transadk #adirondackpark #adirondackmountains #adirondacks #thruhiking #thruhike …
 
For Anna Brones, the point of creating is rarely the end result - it's all about the satisfying act of doing. While a lot of us are missing the time we normally spend outside, Anna reassures us that there's inspiration to be found with the materials we have on hand. In this episode, we talk with Anna about the Creative Fuel Challenge she started fo…
 
In this episode (48) of the Elk Talk Podcast, Corey and Randy talk about elk hunting in Colorado. Topics covered include how to get a limited entry tag, deadlines, how the draw works, preference points, over the counter options, building points, point creep, season types and dates, long and short-term plans, costs, elk hunting access, and changes t…
 
In this episode, I share a few simple home workout strategies a hiker can use if they are currently working from home. Many hikers out there at the moment are stuck at home. And many hikers are struggling with inactivity. But let me tell you now... Physical activity and training will be incredibly important at this time. You may not be training for…
 
Neighborhood walks, frozen lake walks, and cabin comedy of errors! Check out this outdoor diary to find out how Amy and her family got outside last week and how the outdoors are helping them stay sane during this time of upheaval. -------- Register for our newsletter to win a decal: https://humansoutside.com/contact-us/ Share your outdoor life with…
 
In this episode, I interview expert podiatrist Damian Gough, and he dives deep into the common hiking problem of plantar fasciitis. Inside he explains what it actually is, and the proven ways a hiker can overcome it. Plantar fasciitis is the bane of many hikers existence. We have all experienced it. And it is terrible. All too often I see hikers re…
 
Today we're catching up with Curt Linville, one of the previous hosts of the Adventure Sports Podcast. We discuss what what adventures he's been on in the last year and a half since leaving the show as well as how hosting the show has had a long-term effect on his decision making process. Check out his new show: Weathering Coronavirus: Updates & Ho…
 
In this episode, I describe a few easy ways to keep your adventurous spirit alive during these tough times. Times are tough. Adventures are getting cancelled. Many people are restricted to their local areas. Or even in their homes. And in among all of this, the very last thing on most peoples lives is an adventure. Which is a shame. Because as hike…
 
In this episode, we talk with Phill Monson an advocate for cleaning up our lands, founder of Adventure Responsibly, and most recently author of the children’s book Nigel The Litter Hunter. Phil shares his background about how the principal for Leave It Better was taught to him at a young age. He also shares some of the most significant moments that…
 
Lee Jacobson and Ken Poore joined me on stage to talk about the positives and negatives to social media and the outdoors. This Was in early February, live at the Marysville Opera House. Lee started the Facebook Group Washington Hikers and Climbers which has over 132,000 members Group- https://www.facebook.com/groups/washingtonhikersandclimbers/…
 
Mike McKnight, Dr. Robert Garry Tulane University, Dr. Krysten Schuler Cornell University Subjects discussed: SARS Cov2 is natural not lab created;bats can't infect by themselves;can this be a recurring virus:canine and avian CoV;similarities of SARS CoV2 and CWD;can CWD jump the species barrier and has it already;lack of CWD testing;recommendation…
 
When we look back on how we handled this crisis, will we be proud of ourselves? If you're starting to sink deeper into a spot on the couch, listen up as Mary Katharine Ham and Bethany Mandel lay out how they survive (and, frankly, thrive) in chaos--and you can too. Join the conversation and comment on this podcast episode: https://ricochet.com/podc…
 
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