Owner / Editor-in-Chief at thetrek.co. AT (2011) + PCT (2017) thru-hiker. Author of Appalachian Trials and Pacific Crest Trials, resources focused on mentally preparing people for a thru-hike. Named The Top Hiking and Outdoor Blogger by USA TODAY. AKA Badger or the Good Badger. Will dance if provoked. If you're planning on thru-hiking in the future, I encourage you to check out my Personal AT Coaching Page.
We're joined by Sandi Marra, the president and CEO at the Appalachian Trail Conservancy. As we noted at the top of our previous podcast, the news
In today's episode of Backpacker Radio, presented by The Trek, we are joined by five-sixths of the Strawbridge Family. The Strawbridges successfully
In today's episode of Backpacker Radio, presented by The Trek, we are joined by repeat guest Steven Shattuck aka Twinkle, along with his lovely wife,
Backpacker Radio 60 | Girl Stuff: Periods, Pee Rags, Safety, Birth Control, Masturbation, Sports Bras, Creepy Guys, and More
In today's episode of Backpacker Radio, presented by The Trek, we are changing things up a bit. Today's show is dedicated to all things girl stuff.
Backpacker Radio 59: Wild Amanda AKA Naps on Thru-Hiking the PCT with a Dog, Murphy’s Law, and The Sunshine Coast Trail
Today the Cinnamon Connection is joined by Wild Amanda, aka Naps. Naps is the only person I've met who's hiked the entire PCT with her dog, Frank.
SHOW NOTES Week one is a soggy one. Follow along as Benjamin hikes the first section of his PCT SOBO (southbound) journey. The Attempt is
SHOW NOTES Benjamin and two other thru-hikers set off on the trail. The Attempt is produced by Julia Drachman with help from Doug Beyers. We are
If you're a fan of Backpacker Radio and/or Trail Correspondents, we have good news. If you're not, it's also still quite possibly that this news
In today's episode of Backpacker Radio presented by The Trek we are joined by legendary PCT trail angel Donna L-Rod Saufley of Hiker Heaven. Donna
Backpacker Radio 57: Crazy Jack Northam on Summiting Whitney ~200 Times, Listener Poop Stories, and The Top Tents on the Appalachian Trail
We are joined by Crazy Jack Northam. Crazy Jack earned his name by summiting Mount Whitney (the highest peak in the United States' Lower 48) nearly