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Best Nationalparks podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Nationalparks podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Are you planning a vacation getaway to the Smoky Mountains? Join Chuck Schmidt, travel host for a journey through Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Sevierville and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park as well as surrounding communities. Learn about attractions, hiking trails, the best places to dine as well as tips and suggestions for saving time and saving money on your vacation.
 
Traveler, foodie, outdoor lover, & single mom featured in Huffpo Travel and listed as one of the top black travel bloggers on the planet. Every other week listeners will get exciting content such as the latest travel trends, interviews with adventurous travelers, and tips to have a more adventurous life. www.outdoorsydiva.com
 
Travel Gluten Free is a guide for those of us who lead a gluten-free lifestyle. Join Travel Gluten Free's host Elikqitie as she gives insights to how to enjoy your gluten-free lifestyle at home, at work and during travel. Learn the ins and outs of how to successfully be gluten-free with less hassle and more fun and enjoyment! Elikqitie explores the gluten-free side from chefs, restaurant owners and people who lead a gluten-free lifestyle.
 
[We have episodes in German and English] How do scientists uncover phenomena and explain their connections? How do engineers design machines, methods and infrastructure? At omega tau, experts give detailed answers. Over the last ten years, we have produced 300 episodes in which we dug deeper, until we ran out of questions. Join us on our journey through the world of science and engineering: the closer you look and listen, the more interesting things get.
 
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Join Chuck Schmidt, travel host in Episode 023 – Seasons in the Smokies – Pros & Cons, Join Chuck Schmidt, for an honest look at visiting the Smokies during each season. From the crowds in the Summer, the beautiful colors in the Fall, the explosion of wildflowers in the Spring and the silence of a Winter hike. What’s to love and not to love…that is…
 
On this week's podcast, it's just Bob as he talks about a situation on a recent hike that necessitated the need for a SAR team. Find out all the details on this podcast. Colorado Search and Rescue Fund Please consider becoming a patron of this podcast! Visit: https://www.patreon.com/hikingbob for more information. Hiking Bob on Facebook, Twitter, I…
 
In dieser Episode spreche ich mit meinem Bruder Mathias über seine Arbeit als Notfallsanitäter beim DRK Heidenheim-Ulm. Wir sprechen über die Struktur und Organisation des Rettungsdienstes in Deutschland, Rollen und Aufgaben, sowie typische Szenarien bei Hauseinsätzen und bei Unfällen. Am Schluss reden wir darüber, wie Corona die Arbeit verändert (…
 
June has been an especially newsworthy month across the National Park System. The U.S. Senate passed what has been called the most important public lands bill in decades, and more national parks have reopened areas to the public. The U.S. Bureau of Land Management is proposing a large oil and gas lease auction for lands near Arches, Canyonlands and…
 
Meet Black Outdoors Spotlight guest Demiesha Dennis, founder of Brown Girl Outdoor World in Toronto, Canada. Hear how Demiesha got into birding, fly fishing, and how she's inspiring other Black women to give outdoor recreation a try through her adventure company. We also discuss the lack of representation in outdoor media and what needs to happen t…
 
On this week's show, Colorado Springs Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Director Karen Palus stops in for an interview. Bob and Karen discuss the effect of COVID-19 on the departments operations, over crowding and budget; the attempts to re-open the Manitou Incline; recent land acquisitions for open space and parks; the progress on the Pikes …
 
Travel Gluten Free Podcast Episode 93 Gluten Free News You Can Use with Andrea Tucker of 100% Gluten Free News In this episode, we get into another gluten-free podcast with Andrea Tucker from Baltimore Gluten Free and her podcast 100% Gluten Free News. Andrea brings the latest news about gluten-free to your ears with a daily podcast! She gives us t…
 
We take a look at the U.S. Bureau of Land Management’s move to offer more than 110,000 acres in Utah for oil and gas development. How might that proposal impact Arches, Capitol Reef, and Canyonlands national parks? Erika Pollard from the National Parks Conservation Association joins us to explain some of the issues in play. After listing to our con…
 
Travel Gluten Free Podcast Bonus Episode Podcasters for Justice We All Deserve Equal Rights In light of the civil unrest that has been happening for over half a century, I wanted to support my friends who are podcasters of color. My best friend is black, I have many black friends in the podcasting community. Although I’ve treated all human beings f…
 
Celebrating National Great Outdoors Month with Nailah Blades, founder of Color Outside where she helps women of color create unapologetic, joy-filled lives through outdoor adventure. We talk about what it's like to run an outdoor club as a black woman in Salt Lake City and some of the fun outdoor activities Nailah and her family love, like snowshoe…
 
This week's guest is Susan Davies, the Executive Director of the Colorado Springs based Trails and Open Space Coalition (TOSC). She discusses with Bob the effect of COVID-19 on parks funding and and on TOSC. Also, the persistent closure of the Manitou Incline, Waldo Canyon, the Ring the Peak project, and will the TOPS tax be renewed, and a whole lo…
 
After understanding the history and development of ATLAS (and covering the LHC and particle physics in general) in previous episodes, we are now at the point where we can try to understand how a scientist uses the data produced by one of these large detectors and make sense of it. This is what we'll do in this episode with physicist (and listener) …
 
Travel Gluten Free Podcast Episode 92 The Canadian Gluten Free Scene with Sue Jennet A Canadian Celiac Podcast In this episode, we get into the Canadian Celiac Scene, the many gluten-free choices for celiacs, shopping for gluten-free food in Canada, and what led Sue Jennet to create the Canadian Celiac Podcast. We also chat about Sue’s collaboratio…
 
There's always a lot of shaking, rattling, and occasional rolling going on in Yellowstone National Park. Keeping track of it is the Yellowstone Volcano Observatory, one of five such observatories under the purview of the U.S. Geological Survey. It keeps real-time tabs on volcanic, hydrothermal, and earthquake activity in the Yellowstone Plateau vol…
 
This week's guest is Fox 21 News meteorologist Matt Meister, and he and Bob discuss the uniqueness of the weather in Colorado and the Pikes Peak region. Matt discusses what hikers should watch for, how to be ready for changes in the weather, and why the weather here is so different from the rest of the country. This entire show is also the "Tip of …
 
In this week’s show, we’re going to delve into landscape photography in the National Park System. “Good photography is about creating a feeling of things, rather than a picture of things.” That’s the philosophy of our guest, Clyde Butcher, acclaimed photographer and environmentalist. You might be familiar with his iconic black and white large forma…
 
Travel Gluten Free Podcast Episode 91 Makeena App with Karen Frame In this episode, we get into the development of Karen Frame’s Makeena app, the only app that offers rebates online for gluten-free and specialty diet foods! “Makeena is a free, easy to use loyalty app that earns you cashback and rewards after you purchase healthy & eco-friendly prod…
 
It's National Great Outdoors Month and I'm highlighting the great work of Abundant Life Adventure club, founded by Claude and Dr. Kim Walker. We talk about how they fell in love with nature and what inspired them to start their club to get black people together doing outdoor activities. Social Media: Website: www.AbundantLifeAdventure.club Instagra…
 
Join Chuck Schmidt, travel host in Episode 020 – The Smokies at a Distance, exploring some of the lesser know trails and dining in and about the Great Smoky Mountains National Park area. If you want to come to the Smokies but avoid the crowds this is a must listen to episode.By Chuck Schmidt: Travel Host, Blogger and Podcaster
 
Physical therapist and "Healthy Hiker" Alicia Filley returns, and gives tips on how the older hiker can stay healthy and remain active. Visit Alicia Filley's website: Thehealthyhiker.com Please consider becoming a patron of this podcast! Visit: https://www.patreon.com/hikingbob for more information. Hiking Bob on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and we…
 
ATLAS is one of the two general-purpose experiments at the LHC. It has been conceived, designed, and built over decades by hundreds of scientists and engineers from dozens of countries and hundreds of organizations. My guest, Peter Jenni, has been the head of the ATLAS collaboration for most of this time. In this episode we talk about science and e…
 
Travel Gluten Free Podcast Episode 90 Gluten Free and Chemical Free COVID Camping Skincare Since many people have been camping for their COVID vacation, I wanted to share with you a great gluten-free and chemical-free skincare line with amazing products for you and your family when you're camping or having fun outdoors. Utah is known for its outdoo…
 
Travel Gluten Free Podcast Episode 89 Gluten Free Ready to Eat Camping Meals Since many people have been camping for their COVID vacation, I wanted to share with you a great gluten-free and chemical-free skincare line with amazing products for you and your family when you're camping or having fun outdoors. Utah is known for its outdoor fun and adve…
 
We sit down with Becky Lomax, author of Moon’s USA National Parks, to discuss news stories that arose from the National Park System during May. And we bring you an interesting story about efforts to recover populations of endangered black-footed ferrets in the West. Two places where they’re working on that are Wind Cave and Badlands national parks …
 
On this show, Bob and co-host Kevin celebrate 200 episodes of the podcast (200 straight weeks!). They also discuss whether a legit hiking trail can be paved, Mt. Evans Road closed until July, Rocky Mountain National Park and other national parks starting to open, the slow recovery from COVID-19 closures, the Trail and Tip of the week and more. Plea…
 
We're joined this week by Costa Dillon, a National Park Service veteran who ended his long career as superintendent of Indiana Dunes National Park, to discuss a novel management decision in Thailand to close that country’s national parks every year for two months to give wildlife a break from humans. Would such a move be good for America’s national…
 
Travel Gluten Free Podcast Episode 87 KaPop Returns! In this episode, we get into the crazy details of Dustin Finkel’s shark tank experience! What he did to prepare for his presentation, how he coordinated his staff for the experience, and what happened when his signs dropped down in the incorrect order. Find out which shark offered him a job after…
 
More of the Smokies is reopening! Join Chuck Schmidt, travel host for a journey through Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Sevierville and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park as well as surrounding communities in the aftermath of the COVID virus. Learn about the current update of attractions, hiking trails, dining, shopping and road closures. Plus, up t…
 
The Lockheed F-35 Lightning II is going to be more or less what the F-16 and F-18 are today: the backbone of the US and NATO land and sea-based air forces. It is a multi-role fighter, and one of its versions has the capability to take off with a very short roll and land vertically. Tucker "Cinco" Hamilton is a test pilot who has flown all three ver…
 
Bob and co-host Kevin discuss hiking in the Lost Creek Wilderness, wildlife encounters, Barr Trail detour at the Pikes Peak summit, Tip and Trail of the week, and more. Visit our new sponsor American Back Country T-shirts, and use code BACKCOUNTRY10 for 10% off. Please consider becoming a patron of this podcast! Visit: https://www.patreon.com/hikin…
 
Travel Gluten Free Podcast Episode 86 Gluten Free Camping with Erika Lenkert from GFF Magazine In this episode, we dive into the San Francisco foodie scene, why San Francisco is a culinary hotspot, eating gluten-free foods in the Greek Isles, the fantastic gluten-free food in Barcelona, Spain. We also chat about European gluten-free travel, gluten-…
 
In this week’s program, we talk with Toby O’Rourke, the president and CEO of Kampgrounds of America, about a study KOA commissioned to gauge Americans’ interests in returning to campgrounds on and near public lands as the fight with the coronavirus pandemic continues. The findings are quite interesting and point to renewed interest in camping as a …
 
Join Chuck Schmidt, travel host for a journey through Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Sevierville and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park as well as surrounding communities in the aftermath of the COVID virus. Learn about the updated status as of 5/14/2020 of attractions, hiking trails, dining, shopping and road closures. Plus, up to date information…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob and co-host Kevin discuss the phased re-opening of campgrounds in Colorado State Parks, Kevin's 14 mile hike around Rampart Reservoir, discuss which maps they use, and introduce a new feature, the Tip and Trail of the Week, and much more. Visit our new sponsor American Back Country T-shirts, and use code BACKCOUNTRY10 fo…
 
Im Kontext von COVID-19 hören wir alle ständig Begriffe rund um unser Immunsystem und wie es Viren bekämpft - oder auch nicht. Wir dachten uns, dass wir die Grundlagen des Immunsystems etwas besser verstehen sollten. Unser Gast, Ulrich Sack, ist Professor am Uniklinikum Leipzig und dort für Immundiagnostik zuständig. Wir haben uns mit ihm über die …
 
This week we talk with Robert Young, director of Western Carolina University’s Program for the Study of Developed Shorelines about a project to more accurately determine the cost sea level rise could inflict on coastal units of the National Park System. We also take a look ahead to summer in the National Park System, the watery side of the system s…
 
Join Chuck Schmidt, travel host for a journey through Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Sevierville and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park as well as surrounding communities in the aftermath of the COVID-19 virus. Learn about the current status of attractions, hiking trails, dining, shopping and road closures. Plus, up to date information regarding th…
 
This episode is dedicated to Ahmaud Arbery. I'm discussing the implications of exploring and traveling in predominately white spaces, the inherent dangers, and the impact that tragedies like this have on black Americans, particularly as it relates to the ability to feel safe while enjoying outdoor recreation. To learn more about the case and how yo…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob and co-host Kevin discuss a new rule that requires hikers to have a hunting and fishing license to hike on certain state lands in Colorado; Kevin is using a Garmin GPS watch, and what he thinks of it; new hours on the Pikes Peak Highway; reconsidering how to plan road trips during the time of COVID-19. Visit our new spon…
 
Who makes those colorful interpretive panels found in the National Park System? One person is Steve Patricia. He’s an independent artist and content specialist who provides illustrations and diagrams for waysides, exhibits, and murals at national parks, monuments, and historic sites all over the country. From his home in the Laurel Highlands of sou…
 
In light of the current situation, we have decided to record a couple of episodes that cover some of the relevant background in terms of biology, medicine and healthcare. In this first episode we discuss emergency care and intensive care with a special focus on ventilation. We discuss these topics in general, and also specifically to COVID-19. Our …
 
On this week's episode, Bob and co-host Kevin discuss a wide variety of topics, including hiking in 100 degree weather, whether we're having a "normal" spring, hiking Bison Peak and Beaver Creek Wilderness Area. Also, hiking on Hankins Pass, and using COTREX and the US Forest Service on-line tools to determine trails are open or closed during COVID…
 
Travel Gluten Free Podcast Episode 85 Dog Friendly Utah Hiking Trails Welcome to Spring Into Health! A series podcasts dedicated to health, healing and auto-immune disease. Utah Hiking Trails to Beat COVID-19 Boredom While working at an insurance agency, Alicia from Girl On a Hike started looking for information on hiking trails in Utah. An avid hi…
 
This week we pick up with the musings of Doug Leen. As a young park ranger in the 1970s, Leen stumbled upon a poster promoting a meet-the-ranger event at the Grand Teton National Park. It turned out to be one of 14 long-forgotten silk-screened posters made under the Works Progress Administration to promote tourism to the national parks. In the 50 y…
 
In honor of National Parks Week, Let's discuss the reasons you should plan a visit to one of the National Park Sites, best resources for planning your visit, and why it's important for black explorers to embrace our national parks. Links from the show: Yellowstone Itinerary Florida's National Parks Guide Email Questions or Comments: podcast@outdoor…
 
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