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Best Rudy Giecek podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Rudy Giecek podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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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…
 
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/…
 
I had a great conversation with Kindra Ramos with Washington Trails Association. She answered my call today, Friday March 20th. Washington is in the midsts of the Corona Virus, also known as Covid-19. We discuss some ways to safely navigate the outdoors, using the guidelines of social distancing. https://www.wta.org/go-outside/social-distancing-hik…
 
Guest host Lawton “Disco” Grinter of the Trail Show interviews Yitka Winn about her Beer Lover’s Trail Guide to Colorado. With 50 carefully selected trails all around Colorado; ranging from relaxing urban walks to more challenging mountain trails; Beer Hiking Coloradooffers a hike and a brew to suit anyone’s tastes. Explore the exceptional variety …
 
Mark Wetherington was on before talking about Leave No Trace and is now a published guidebook author. This book has me completely inspired to get backpacking this summer! Purchase- https://www.amazon.com/Backpacking-Washington-Volcanic-Rainforest-Valleys/dp/0899978568 In Washington, backpackers can explore wild beaches, enjoy sparkling lakes and st…
 
Bryan Schaeffer has been busy bringing outdoor scenes to life with his new venture; Drawn to Animate. His slogan is - Rendering memories with real people and places in our collective big backyard. I was honored when Bryan animated my daughter, which I used the picture for this episode! Check out his hard work and find out what he's up to in our dis…
 
Autumn Cullen came on the podcast to update us about her quest to getting her family outdoors. Her daughter, Story, was born with many handicaps and feeds through a tube. Autumn recently started Whole Story Meals! She is making meals easier on the go for tube fed people and everyone really. We talk about her meals and her family. Follow Whole Story…
 
Shawna Tompkins prides herself in always being in shape for whatever adventure presents itself to her. She talks about her running, hiking and Crossfit mixed bag of athleticism. Sammy came into her and her husbands life and quickly joined her on her adventures. She describes hiking Washington’s Pacific Crest Trail with heat and injuries. Battling t…
 
Buy the book- https://www.amazon.it/Trail-Talk-Journey-Towards-Mindfulness/dp/1709764317 Tyler Heath hiked the Appalachian Trail, finding his self talk turned into the ideas for a book. His book isn’t about his journey as much as it is about mindfulness and freedom. His journals turned into chapters of life lessons. Known as “Red Rocket” on the tra…
 
Sign up to join Laura on any of the links here https://smart.bio/freedom_hikers/ Laura Esquivel thinks girls should be free! I agree 100%. We get into some heartfelt discussion about those who are donating to the cause and those who are caught on the wrong side of this unchosen lifestyle. Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/freedom_hikers/…
 
George Parker comes on to talk about California’s CCC Backcountry Trails Programs. He has been involved in one way or another for quite a few years. Lately you can hear his podcast about the program and possibly a memoir in the future! George’s website- https://ccchardcorps.com/ CCC Backcountry Trails - https://ccc.ca.gov/what-we-do/conservation-pr…
 
We took a failed backpacking trip and I thought that would be the episode… Until we found out about a newer trail to the same lake! Guests include: My daughters Raichels and Reggie Ben Boursaw with Zekielle Brenda Ulinski Martha Rasmussen Friends for Public Use Join Friends for Public Use on Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/groups/386146914900632…
 
After completing the Calendar Year Triple Crown and the Great Western Loop Jeff “Legend” Garmire has started taking on Fastest Known Times. The Arizona Trail and Long Trail… Maybe he should write a book! Oh he did- https://www.amazon.com/Free-Outside-Trek-Against-Distance/dp/1733487506/ Website- http://freeoutside.com Instagram- https://www.instagr…
 
Push Play to Listen Listen on Apple Podcasts Listen on Android Listen on Spotify RSS Feed Join Me at Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/bePatron?u=5262583 The Tahoe Rim Trail is our discussion, as Bobbi will be thru hiking it this month! Listeners of the Trail Show may have heard of “THE” Bobbi Walters because of her constantly mentioned and/or inte…
 
What a fun conversation with these fine folks. In the hiking community it is so easy to become friends with hikers. This conversation was the starting of a friendship even if the four of us will never be in the same place again. We recorded at Randy Godfrey’s house in Bellingham. Randomly ran into each other on the streets of Anacortes and again at…
 
Sarah Williams is a female role model, podcaster, youtuber, and has a list of personal accolades. Listen in as we talk about many of her guests and accomplishments. She will inspire you! Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/toughgirlchallenges/ Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/ToughGirlChallenges/ Youtube- https://www.youtube.com/c/SarahWilliamsT…
 
Join the Facebook Group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/cascadehikerpodcast/ Steven’s mom purchased a John Muir Trail guidebook for herself and Twinkle used it to hike the John Muir Trail as his first thru hike! She isn’t in good enough health to hike the trail and he says she live vicariously though his hiking. Twinkle’s Instagram is full of amaz…
 
Join the Facebook Group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/cascadehikerpodcast/ Justin Sprecher first heard about the Pacific Northwest Trail while reading Razor Clams and Grizzly Bears by Chris Townsend. We also talk about the movie A Sense of Direction by Alex Maier; Free to watch on youtube! We chat about some of the sections of trail Justin is ex…
 
Excited today because I recorded three new podcasts… All in one day! It was a blast and my needed hiatus was well served. The episode finishes with the Whiskey Fever song When the Sun Falls Down. Join Me at Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/bePatron?u=5262583 Here is the link to my Whiskey Fever!! playlist on Spotify- https://open.spotify.com/playl…
 
Nathan Barnes is on to talk about Alpine Lakes Wilderness guidebook he co-authored with his brother. Covering all the trails within Alpine Lakes Wilderness, which stretches trailheads from I-90 to Stevens Pass and across Blewit Pass. One of the different aspects these two authors bring, is the history of hikes and the locations they traverse or pas…
 
We talk all about ticks! Why do they bite? How to remove them? How long do they feed? Dr Ingels confirms the bullseye rash appears around a tick bite only if the person contracted Lyme Disease. Also, I ask Dr Ingels about Lyme disease and how it may affect you. He tells various symptoms of Lyme Disease as well as it’s history. What type of ticks ca…
 
Molly Hashimotto just released her new art book, Birds of the West. Her different styles are throughout the book and show off her passion to try new media of art. She describes the difference between her etchings and her block print. Using block print with different colors brings out some amazing art. Sometimes she draws from life, but often Molly …
 
Sarah is off to start the finish of her Triple Crown! I was able to chat with her the night before she started. Needless to say, she was excited. She and her two friends are now hiking north, a few tough ladies teaming up the desert sections. I also talked a bit about my life right now and a busy summer to come. Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/f…
 
Commissioner of Public Lands Hilary Franz is on to talk about just that; Public Lands! We start out talking about the 20 year forest health plan- https://www.dnr.wa.gov/ForestHealthPlan The Commissioner was excited to discuss Trailhead Direct- https://trailheaddirect.org I asked about the Bellingham to Baker proposal- https://washingtondnr.wordpres…
 
A fun chat with Greyhound Hikes! We talk about his 2018 Pacific Crest Trail thru hike and his near finish of the Arizona Trail this year. His plan to hike the Pacific Northwest Trail this summer is partly in jeopardy because of his injuries on the Arizona Trail. He explains his newest tattoo which says slapping’ the cat. Also, Greyhound will be wor…
 
Michael Ivey is known as Grizzly on the trail. He and his girlfreind will be hiking the Pacific Crest Trail this year and have a goal of roughly 120 days so they can move on to the Colorado Trail afterward. We talk about past trails, high snow years and how to hike with a significant other on a long distant trail. I mentioned my back issues and thi…
 
From the UK, Kyle LIntern “Impala” funds his long distance hikes by offering massage. This year his plans are to thru hike the CDT and complete his Triple Crown. We trade stories, starting with some questions from listeners on the Cascade Hiker Podcast Facebook Group. His good friend Meander has been a guest before and so I started with a question …
 
While a life of adventure has traditionally been reserved for the rich and the sponsored, to the dirtbag, it's a birthright for the masses. Partly a celebration of an underappreciated subculture of hiker trash, ski bums, and vagabonds, and partly a "how to" guide for adventure on the cheap, The Dirtbag's Guide to Life is the first solid attempt to …
 
Katie Gerber has her nutrition certification and is excited to talk about living a healthy lifestyle on trail. She runs an online coaching practice, servicing people all over the world - http://katiegerber.com Check out her new online course Adventure Ready, which takes students from a slough to a confidence for optimal health like a thru hike or r…
 
Wilderness Pratt is attempting a solo unsupported FKT on the Pacific Crest Trail this summer. We talk about Heather “Anish” Anderson, who currently holds the record of 60 days and was on episode 148. We chat about Pratt’s workouts as he is prepping for this adventure. His experience and mindset. Follow his adventures: Youtube- https://www.youtube.c…
 
Emory Wanger is the host of The By Land Podcast. I found his podcast from an article in the Washington Trails Magazine - https://www.wta.org/news/magazine/features/outdoor-podcasts-to-inspire Emory grew up day hiking with his dad, who ran a kids camp and he was therefor always outside. One of there horse rides as a youth, he crossed paths with some…
 
Heather holds the overall self-supported Fastest Known Time (FKTs) on the Pacific Crest Trail (2013) hiking it in 60 days, 17 hours, 12 minutes, breaking the previous men’s record by four days and becoming the first woman to hold the overall record. Her book Thirst, is all about this feat! We talk about some of the events she wrote, leaving much to…
 
Elaine Bissonho is known as Brazil nut on the trail. She grew up in Brazil and currently lives in Bend, Oregon. She became the third female to earn her double triple crown from ALDHA West this past Fall at the Gathering, putting her in the ranks with Anish and Yogi. We talk about her 2018 hike on the PCT when she hiked from Mexico to Canada in 66 d…
 
Candice Burt wears many hats in the world of Ultrarunning. She is a runner herself, she directs and holds multiple races every year and now she has started a podcast called Humans of Ultrarunning. We talk about the trails near her home in Leavenworth, WA. One of her favorite spots, the Enchantments, is only 13 miles away. Hiking, running and skiing…
 
Ras and Kathy of Team Ultrapedestrian were back on the podcast to talk about their book 98 Days of Wind. Their attempt to yo-yo the Grand Enchantment Trail ended amidst a forest fire, extreme heat and health issues. Despite not completing their attempt, I couldn’t help but talk about their positive outlook on life and even on the hike itself. It ri…
 
Dr Hillary Lampers is a Naturopathic doctor based in Boseman, Montana; with a small clientele in Snohomish, Washington. She is married to Ryan Lampers and they have two daughters. Ryan and Hillary have a great podcast which I listen to called Hunt Harvest Health. One of my favorite episodes of their show is the show where Hillary reads a blog post …
 
This interview starts out with interviewing some of the kids who did a multi-day backpacking trip from Stevens Pass to North Fork Sauk River Trail. It was fun trying to get the kids to chat and their stories are relatable to anyone who backpacked as a kid! Their parents come on and talk about the program, how and why they created it. For those of y…
 
Mount Rainier Volunteer Nordic Patrol is discussed this episode with Dennis DuBois. He has been a part of the organization for more than ten years, so he is very educated on the subject. The Nordic Patrol is in place for preventative search and rescue. In most cases, they deal with lost explorers or groups that have split up. Winter explorers shoul…
 
Alexandra Pony with Agents of Discovery and Colton Whitworth with the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest come on the podcast with a new idea to get kids out on the trail! We talk about the three areas to play this free game. Heather Meadows on Mount Baker, Iron Goat Trail off of Highway 2 and at the REI Flagship Store in Downtown Seattle. Kids wi…
 
Ras and Kathy Vaughn are the UltraPedestrians! They completed their route called the Up North Loop and we chat about the experience they had this past summer. Fires, weather and water shortages mixed with ranchers, hunters and other hikers made for diverse hiking conditions. We also talk about their book 98 Days of Wind and the possibility of a boo…
 
David Smart is on to chat about his new book The Trail Provides. We also talk about his podcast Thinking with David. He tells about relying on his hiking partner for all ideas of preparation and starting out the first 50 miles of trail barefoot. We both chime in on the philosophical question of who is in charge, the hiker or the trail. Buy the book…
 
Jennifer Mabus, The Whimsical Woman, was on in the early Spring just before setting out for her hike of the Pacific Crest Trail. Since then, she completed and was able to document it on her Youtube Channel. I ask her questions form listeners who are a part of the podcast Facebook Group. All great questions and she has some perfect answers. Follow J…
 
Crown Jewel Wilderness - Creating North Cascades National Park (NCNP) is the perfect book for a live podcast recording. Lauren Danner, the author, is very educated on this subject. It is obvious as she speaks, she did a bunch of homework to make this a complete book. Would Glacier Peak be inside NCNP? How about the lowland timber sheds like the Sui…
 
Go check out Come to the Table Podcast, where I was interviewed- https://thecometothetablepodcast.com/2018/11/26/take-a-hike-with-rudy-giecek/ The live show will be coming out soon, so pick up a copy of Crown Jewel by Lauren Danner. Very excited that we raised $425 to donate to pnt.org I also bring up the First 40 Miles Podcast RIP. The Trail Show …
 
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