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Amanda Craft is a consummate outdoor Renaissance Woman. Raised in California and summered in Colorado, she spent her youth on horseback or in nature. While trying to pad her professional resume during her college years, she began accidentally discovering the depths of her adventurous drive. Her explorations have taken her beneath the seas and earth, up and down its pinnacles, and flying and falling through its skies. She and Jason met on a Little Tujunga hillside one night to discuss her varied pursuits, the finer points of flight, the delectable bloodsicle, and the inspirations of “Rescuers Down Under.” LINKS: Amanda's YouTube: youtube.com/user/pugfugget Eagle paragliding: paragliding.com Eco Dive Center: ecodivecenter.com Bridge Day: officialbridgeday.com Wildlife Waystation: wildlifewaystation.org finsattached.org sharkconservation.org Ocean and Juan Photos: oneoceandiving.com/-juansharks-gallery.html instagram.com/juansharks Mine Gulch Beta: ropewiki.com/Mine_Gulch   Call us and leave a message (up to 3 minutes): 1-818-925-0106
Aaron Nardi found himself shooting videos and riding BMX professionally at an early age. Eventually, he left behind his county fair performances and moved to Los Angeles where he began to dabble in marketing and photography ultimately discovering the power of controlled lighting. He now works primarily as a cinematographer and photographer with a large focus on fitness, sports, and music. He is also the co-creator of the series “Skaters in Cars” for ESPN. Aaron and Jason sat in Griffith Manor Park one morning discussing camera gear, bicycles, the evolution of video, and the confounding longevity of the VX1000.   LINKS: aaronnardi.com instagram.com/aaronnardi/ Skaters in Cars: xgames.espn.com/xgames/video/skaters-in-cars BMX Movie Database: bmxmdb.com/people/367-Aaron-Nardi TYLT Untethered: My Passion: vimeo.com/album/4686582 Props: propsbmx.com Butcher Bird Presents - G.O. Episode: youtu.be/OI3SNNdCtD8   Call us and leave a message (up to 3 minutes): 1-818-925-0106
One of the hurdles many struggle to overcome when embarking on outdoor adventures is dealing with discomfort—be it psychological, emotional, or physical. As we head into 2020, team Chick-a-Boom—Cyndi, Marilee, and Saveria—are here to discuss why embracing your discomfort can lead to great rewards and a richer life. LINKS: alltrails.com Rei.com/learn Saveria: https://adventuruswomen.com https://www.instagram.com/adventuruswomen https://www.facebook.com/AdventurUsWomen Cyndi: https://www.instagram.com/cyndi_skyrunner_wyatt/ https://www.facebook.com/cyndi.wyatt13 Marilee: https://www.facebook.com/mvalkass https://youtu.be/yTxUrKd13-Q Call us and leave a message (up to 3 minutes): 1-818-925-0106
Rowan Smith is a personal trainer for trekkers and mountaineers in Sydney, Australia. In a world bereft of quality training for adventure athletes, he aims to create programs targeting their specific needs. Rowan and Jason spoke over Skype one day about the intricacies of adventure training, his history in the outdoors, and why you shouldn’t sleep on public transit while traveling. LINKS: https://www.summitstrength.com.au https://www.instagram.com/summitstrength.au/ https://www.facebook.com/summitstrength.au/ www.summitstrength.com.au/online.html trainingfortrekking.libsyn.com https://www.uphillathlete.com https://trailsidefitness.com Call us and leave a message (up to 3 minutes): 1-818-925-0106
Lee Trebotich grew up playing barefoot in the summers along the Mississippi coast and chasing winters in Colorado. His careers have taken him across the U.S. in the science, education, and outdoor industries ultimately landing him in Asheville, North Carolina. He and Jason spoke one afternoon about his passions for mountains, ice climbing, and 100% alpaca clothing along with a myriad of other topics including his skills as a bush doctor. LINKS: http://appalachiangearcompany.com https://www.instagram.com/natty_the_adventurer https://www.nattyadventurer.com Call us and leave a message (up to 3 minutes): 1-818-925-0106
Rich Rudow’s life has become intrinsically linked with the Grand Canyon. On a raft trip in 1989, he became enamored with the mysteries beneath its rim. Having spent 1000 days within its walls and having helped establish many of its technical canyoneering routes, Rich is now recognized as an expert in the region by respected establishments such as National Geographic and Outside Magazine. Rich and Jason sat out a summer monsoon in Kanab to discuss his experiences in the canyon’s depths, his history as an entrepreneur, and the responsibility we share to protect natural places. Links: Social Media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/richrudow/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rich.rudow   Organizations: Coalition of American Canyoneers: http://www.americancanyoneers.org American Packrafting Association: http://packraft.org/ Articles: Nat Geo article: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2016/09/grand-canyon-development-hiking-national-parks/ Arizona Republic: https://www.azcentral.com/story/news/local/arizona-best-reads/2016/11/23/grand-canyon-toughest-challenge-arizona-hiking-end-to-end/91253996/ Backpacker Magazine: https://www.backpacker.com/trips/over-the-edge Outside Magazine: https://www.outsideonline.com/1898596/2012-outside-adventurers-year Hyperlight Mountain Gear: https://www.hyperlitemountaingear.com/blogs/ultralight/the-grandest-walk-a-700-mile-thru-hike-below-the-rim Books: The Grand Canyon: Between Rim & River, Pete McBride https://www.amazon.com/Grand-Canyon-Between-River-Rim/dp/0847863042 Grand Canyoneering Guidebook: http://www.toddshikingguide.com/GrandCanyoneering/ Films: Into the Canyon Movie (Pete McBride): https://redfordcenter.org/films/intothecanyon Last of the Great Unknown Trailer: https://vimeo.com/37927326 Full film: https://vimeo.com/38086087 Other: Harvey Butchart: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harvey_Butchart
Some choose to travel into the wilderness alone. Jason discusses the pros and cons of solitary backpacking with previous show guests: Shawnte, Pamela, and Alden in between sips of cocoa and bouts of laughter. They review the whys, the dangers, loneliness, planning, packing, navigation, hiker stink, 29 cat holes, and the rancid aroma of bear saliva. LINKS: Book: The Secret Knowledge of Water: houseofrain.com/bookdetail.cfm?id=1183863164364 Shawnte’s fear essay: shawntesalabert.com/_/2015/12/10/emotionally-naked-and-afraid/ Pamela’s Tips for Thru-hikers: theadventurher.com/thru-hiking.html Alden’s JMT Memories: 360nomad.org/category/backpacking/john-muir-trail/ Sawyer Mini Filter: sawyer.com/products/sawyer-mini-filter/ Sawyer Inline Filter: sawyer.com/products/sawyer-3-way-water-filter/ Aquamira Water Treatment: aquamira.com/aquamira-water-purification-and-treatment/ Whisperlite Stove: cascadedesigns.com/msr/stoves/simple-cooking/whisperlite/product Vargo Alcohol Stove: vargooutdoors.com/triad-alcohol-stove.html#.VygkvmN5Gqw Jetboil Stoves: jetboil.com Pocket Rocket Stove: cascadedesigns.com/msr/stoves/rapid-cooking/pocketrocket/product Snow Peak Stoves: snowpeak.com/collections/stoves Optimus Stove: optimusstoves.com/us/us/274-8016163-optimus-crux-lite-solo-cook-system InReach Explorer: inreachdelorme.com/product-info/inreach-explorer.php caltopo.com Lleah The Llama: instagram.com/lleahthellama/ Call us and leave a message (up to 3 minutes): 1-818-925-0106
North Carolina native John Gage grew up exploring the woods and his mechanical predilections. His drive to understand things lead him into the manufacturing industry. An experience with hypothermia while backpacking shifted his perspective on gear culminating in the founding of Appalachian Gear Company. He and Jason sat in a windy AT shelter one afternoon discussing John’s history with the outdoors, his career in textiles, and the path to 100% alpaca clothing.   LINKS: http://appalachiangearcompany.com https://www.instagram.com/appgearco https://www.mondamin.com   Call us and leave a message (up to 3 minutes): 1-818-925-0106
Nick Watts works for Occupation Wild helping others find adventurous work in the outdoor industry. Seeking adventure is his calling whether hitchhiking across the South Pacific on sailboats, living in a van surfing the breaks of New Zealand, or breaking bones on a mountain bike. He and Jason met one morning at San Onofre Beach to discuss his past, future, and how he came to be adopted by a family in Vanuatu.   LINKS:   https://www.instagram.com/nick.watts.wild https://www.occupationwild.com https://www.instagram.com/occupation_wild https://www.occupationwild.com/podcast New Zealand Working Holiday Visa: https://www.immigration.govt.nz/new-zealand-visas/options/work/thinking-about-coming-to-new-zealand-to-work/working-holiday-visa Working Holiday Visas: https://www.gooverseas.com/blog/americans-guide-working-holiday-visas   Call us and leave a message (up to 3 minutes):1-818-925-0106
Aysel Gezik grew up in the Kurdish Highlands on a ranch with no running water or electricity. Her days were spent in the mountains or tending for farm animals. As an adult, she embraced technical mountaineering and began venturing into remote areas with challenging ascents. Her love for high places has carried her across the globe and her career as a chemical engineer has planted her in California where she continues to explore rugged peaks. She and Jason met in Corriganville Park to discuss her life as a mountain goat.   LINKS: American Alpine Club: americanalpineclub.org   Call us and leave a message (up to 3 minutes): 1-818-925-0106
Kat Carney and Craig Kinsley have embraced a life of coincidences and (occasionally literal) lucky breaks. A broken hand lead Craig down an unexpected path that would bring him to the 2012 Olympics as a Javelin Thrower. A part-time job as a newspaper reporter ignited Kat’s pursuit of photography and varied experiences. Seasonal jobs away from home brought the two together in Alaska where they would become a couple. Now they are preparing to move into a Suburban and travel the U.S. Jason met them in San Diego where they reminisced about past hitchhiking adventures, recent sandboarding experiences, and their respective passions. LINKS: katcarneyphotography.com instagram.com/katcarney/ facebook.com/KatCarneyPhoto twitter.com/katcarney Craig Wikipedia: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Craig_Kinsley Craig 2012 workout video: youtube.com/watch?v=mIdJ0w3oCxI instagram.com/craigasaurus/ Call us and leave a message (up to 3 minutes): 1-818-925-0106
Johanna Turner is a patient person. Hiking miles into the wilderness periodically to maintain camera gear that may never capture a single image of wildlife requires patience. It also rewards hard-work and dedication. Only camera trappers ever capture imagery of wildlife in their natural environment unmolested by human interaction. Jason followed along one morning as Johanna tended her cameras along with her friend, Dan and her dog, Ripley. They discussed the pursuit of camera trapping, its challenges, and rewards.     Links: Cougar Magic: youtube.com/user/CougarMagic facebook.com/Cougarmagic cougarmagic.com AP Video Feature: https://youtu.be/XSEsylM7jwU Save LA Cougars (Liberty Canyon Overpass): http://www.nwf.org/Save-LA-Cougars.aspx G2 Gallery in Venice (some of her work is on display): http://www.theg2gallery.com OC Trackers octrackers.com Earth Skills (Malibu) earthskills.com   Videos: Triple Bear Cubs: https://youtu.be/DVJ_ybMMWrc Bear Cub Wrestlemania 2: https://youtu.be/tmRC4PD4obg Mountain Lion Mating Pair: https://youtu.be/gQLdsXYXGHE Two Friends Stop By: https://youtu.be/penZEJb1ytA     Call us and leave a message (up to 3 minutes): 1-818-925-0106
Saveria Tilden keeps busy. When she discovered the outdoors, she realized it needed to be shared. She made that happen by becoming an educator and consultant for various businesses and organizations. She works with the American Hiking Society, the Sierra Club, REI Outdoor School, Transforming Youth Outdoors, IslandWood, and Nature Play Western Australia. And she still finds time for herself outdoors. Jason and Saveria weathered a Southern California drizzle storm to discuss her role in the outdoors and why she values it.     Links: theadventurus.com facebook.com/theadventurus instagram.com/adventurus mytyo.org americanhiking.org rei.com/learn islandwood.org/nature-passport-app ironman.com sierraclub.org   Call us and leave a message (up to 3 minutes):   1-818-925-0106
A Mom and Me Horseback Riding ad in a magazine unexpectedly set a new course in Cyndi Lang’s childhood. Her fascination with horses led her from vaulting to becoming a ranger and eventually a professional competitor. She and Jason spoke at a barn in Santa Clarita where they discussed the many facets of horsemanship, the responsibilities of owning and caring for horses, dealing with a spinal injury, and the phrase “green and green make black and blue.” LINKS: instagram.com/_cynders_ Carousel Ranch (Charity): carouselranch.org Griffith Park Riding: sunsetranchhollywood.com LA Equestrian Center: la-equestriancenter.com Don E Brook Farms: donebrookfarms.com Eclipse Farms: eclipsefarms.com Parelli horsemanship: parelli.com Melody Ranch (Movie Studio): melodyranchstudio.com Riding Schools Nationwide: theequinest.com/schools/us/ Call us and leave a message (up to 3 minutes): 1-818-925-0106
Dan Sedlacek, at 14, was inspired to seek out the PCT when he met a group of friendly thru-hikers. Years later, he and his brother tackled the 2600+ mile trail using gear they had made themselves. Here a second inspiration would hit, a desire to create a handmade gear company. Now, Dan runs Uphill Designs located in Seattle. He and Jason sat in the office one morning discussing the triumphs and travails of the Pacific Crest Trail and running a small business. LINKS: uphilldesigns.com facebook.com/uphilldesignsco instagram.com/uphilldesigns etsy.com/shop/UphillDesignsCo PCT Association: pcta.org Ray Jardine: rayjardine.com Walking the West Trailer: youtu.be/ZGAtvyTJzpI Yogi’s PCT Handbook: yogisbooks.com/pacific-crest-trail/pct-yogis-pacific-crest-trail-handbook Trail Life (New edition of PCT Hiker’s Handbook): rayjardine.com/ray-way/Books/Trail-Life/index.htm Anish Anderson: runhikelivelove.blogspot.com Washington Trails Association: wta.org Buerk Center for Entrepreneurship: foster.uw.edu/centers/buerk-ctr-entrepreneurship Call us and leave a message (up to 3 minutes): 1-818-925-0106
Francisco Camberos spent his youth being chased by dogs and tagging public property before realizing he could better focus his energy and not squander the opportunities his parents provided to him. He began experimenting with numerous fitness regimens before forming his own approach to the pursuit of functional fitness. Francisco and Jason hung out in Chatsworth Park North one night discussing childhood, fitness, canyoneering, and salami sponsorships. LINKS: FunctionalFitnessFreak.com instagram.com/functionalfitnessfreak/ november-project.com Call us and leave a message (up to 3 minutes): 1-818-925-0106
Karl Domangue left a lucrative career as an investment banker to pursue a passion for the outdoors. He founded the business Extreme Things and became a conduit to adventure sports for the everyday person. As he gained experiences and developed his skills, he craved more and joined the Sierra Madre Search and Rescue team. Karl has tried or pursued most outdoor activities and continues to seek adventure despite the difficulties introduced by his struggles with cancer. He and Jason sat in a park full of creaking trees in UC San Diego and discussed his past and plans for the future.   Links: G.O. Caving Video: https://vimeo.com/94598141   Call us and leave a message (up to 3 minutes): 1-818-925-0106
Steve Sieren is a California native with a great eye for capturing its beauty. An architectural photographer by day, he seizes what moments he may to travel into the wilderness backpacking or canyoneering, always with a camera in tow. He is also a father who tries to share the outdoors with his young son as much as possible. Steve and Jason conversed in Mann Biomedical Park in Valencia about his outdoor and photographic pursuits and about the lewd circumstances under which they met. LINKS: sierenphotography.comeasternsierraphoto.commojavedesertphoto.com DeLorme InReach: inreachdelorme.com Spot: findmespot.com/en/ G.O. Hiking Video: vimeo.com/104376167 Tasty Bite: tastybite.com Call us and leave a message (up to 3 minutes): 1-818-925-0106
Jeannette Stawski has a long history in the outdoors. Her experiences run the gamut from athlete to guide to instructor and she has collected every pertinent certification one can imagine. Sharing the outdoors is as important to her as experiencing them, a passion that has led her to the position of Executive Director of AORE (Association of Outdoor Recreation and Education). She and Jason met at the Outdoor Retailer Show in Salt Lake City to discuss the joys of open water swimming, the rewards of introducing people to nature, and how a rappelling accident changed her for the better.   LINKS: Association of Outdoor Recreation and Education (AORE): aore.org Mighty Mac Swim: mightymacswim.com Swim to the Moon: runsignup.com/Race/MI/Gregory/SwimTotheMoon Rough Water Swim:waikikiroughwaterswim.com Diana Nyad TED Talk: ted.com/speakers/diana_nyad Astronaut Nicole Stott: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nicole_Stott Saturation Diving: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saturation_diving Call us and leave a message (up to 3 minutes): 1-818-925-0106
Climber Taylor Carpenter taught herself to sew and started a business—Static Climbing—in her bedroom. Dedication, serendipity, and contributions from others would help it grow into a successful operation serving a global climbing market. Taylor and Jason sat in a yard in Bell one evening discussing her competitive athletic youth, her penchant for injury, the challenges of growing a business, dealing with anxiety, and the controversial chalk bag choice of belt or carabiner.   LINKS: http://staticclimbing.com https://www.etsy.com/market/static_climbing https://www.rei.com/b/static https://www.instagram.com/staticclimbing https://www.facebook.com/staticclimbing https://www.instagram.com/tayylor_j Call us and leave a message (up to 3 minutes): 1-818-925-0106
What began as an instagram account devoted to sharing hiking photos of a mother and her son has blossomed into a community of families sharing outdoor adventures with each other. Jason met with seven members of Trailmothers one morning in Griffith Park to discuss how the group has enriched their lives, taught them to manage fear, built meaningful friendships, and helped them embrace their inner crybabies.   Links: trailmothers.com instagram.com/trailmothers/ facebook.com/TrailMothers/ facebook.com/groups/Trailmothers/ twitter.com/TrailMothers instagram.com/Kristenliam31 twitter.com/KristenInspires       Call us and leave a message (up to 3 minutes): 1-818-925-0106
Corrina Peipon grew up in the bohemian world of Martha’s Vineyard immersed in art and nature. Chasing her passion for art carried her to the west coast where she eventually rediscovered the draw of the outdoors and the joys of backpacking. She founded Pangaea Outdoor Supply in 2016, a gear shop where she curates a selection of products that are effective and aesthetically pleasing. She and Jason sat in Pangaea HQ one breezy afternoon discussing how art and walking merged into Pangaea. LINKS: pangaeaoutdoorsupply.com Mailing List: pangaeaoutdoorsupply.com/info Instagram: instagram.com/pangaeaoutdoorsupply/ Facebook: facebook.com/pangaeaoutdoorsupply/ Days Store: days-la.com Solo Hiking Story: thisisrange.com/going-it-alone-finding-solace-in-solitary-hiking/ Walk On Blog: soonerorlateritallgetsreal.blogspot.com Ray Jardine’s Beyond Backpacking: rayjardine.com/ray-way/Books/Archived-Books/1999-Beyond-Backpacking/index.htm Call us and leave a message (up to 3 minutes): 1-818-925-0106
Traveling multiple days on a bicycle opens up a realm of adventures not possible by car or foot. Jason grills four bicycle enthusiasts: Nate, Nils, Lauren, and Megan about the realm of bikepacking and touring. They cover the various technical aspects, the draw of two wheels, the importance of sturdy chairs, and the dangers of hitting Nate with a car. LINKS: She Wolf Attack Team (SWAT): shewolfattackteam.com Echo Park Bike Posse (EPBP): facebook.com/echoparkbikeposse Rogue Panda Designs: roguepanda.com Revelate Designs: revelatedesigns.com Swift Industries: builtbyswift.com Adventure Cycling Association: adventurecycling.org Tom Harrison Maps: tomharrisonmaps.com Google Earth: google.com/earth/ Safety Pizza: safetypizza.com Crazy Guy on a Bike: crazyguyonabike.com Rails to Trails: railstotrails.org Katy Trail: bikekatytrail.com bikepacking.com theradavist.com strava.com boyzonthehoods.com bajadivide.com instagram.com/lauren_grababrewski/ instagram.com/meganrosedonuts/ instagram.com/c_baller/ instagram.com/frankwithoutbeans/ Call us and leave a message (up to 3 minutes): 1-818-925-0106
Ex-Mighty Mite, Esme Deprez is a journalist for Bloomberg Businessweek concentrated on delivering unbiased government and politics oriented stories. The social constructions of mankind are not her sole interests and she often heads outside of the bounds of society to climb rad rocks or ski fresh powder. Last year she traveled to Bulgaria to research the world’s most successful climbing wall company. Esme and Jason met at the La Brea Tar Pits one evening to discuss the exploratory merits of journalism, the appeal of scaling rocks, and life after youth ski racing. LINKS: esmedeprez.com twitter.com/esmedeprez instagram.com/love_n_squalor/ Walltopia Story: bloomberg.com/features/2015-indoor-rock-climbing/ climbingbusinessjournal.com bloomberg.com Appearances on Charlie Rose: charlierose.com/watch/60657475 charlierose.com/watch/60658300 charlierose.com/watch/60660079 Some of Esme’s Proudest Work: bloomberg.com/politics/articles/2016-02-02/the-battle-of-precinct-41-shows-democratic-race-on-knife-s-edge bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-02-24/abortion-clinics-are-closing-at-a-record-pace?wpmm=1&wpisrc=nl_daily202 bloomberg.com/news/features/2015-02-03/a-target-and-a-threat-what-it-s-like-to-be-a-black-cop-in-america scribd.com/doc/122463884/BLOOMBERG-BUSINESSWEEK-Regulating-Away-Abortion-How-State-Governments-Are-Running-Providers-Out-of-Business scribd.com/doc/217176641/Poor-Forever-Connecticut-s-Ribbon-of-Hardship-Bloomberg-Businessweek-July-9-2012 Stories by Other Journalists She Recommends: newyorker.com/magazine/2003/08/18/the-marriage-cure thisamericanlife.org/radio-archives/episode/487/harper-high-school-part-one washingtonpost.com/national/after-newtown-shooting-mourning-parents-enter-into-the-lonely-quiet/2013/06/08/0235a882-cd32-11e2-9f1a-1a7cdee20287_story.html washingtonpost.com/sf/national/2015/09/12/an-american-void/ Call us and leave a message (up to 3 minutes): 1-818-925-0106
Peakbagging Chick is constantly outdoors hiking and climbing or introducing other women to adventure via Her Own Trail Meetup Group. In 2014, she adopted the moniker Peakbagging Chick after deciding to challenge herself by climbing 100 peaks in one year. She and Jason sat beneath a climbing route in Texas Canyon and discussed the difficulties of overcoming laziness and a surprise staph infection while trying to reach her goal and earn her nickname. LINKS: peakbaggingchick.comtwitter.com/peakbagginchickfacebook.com/peakbaggingchickinstagram.com/peakbaggingchick/Her Own Trail: meetup.com/Her-Own-Trail-Meetup-Group/Southern CA Outdoor Women's Alliance: outdoorwomensalliance.com The Beer Song: youtu.be/O-jOEAufDQ4   Call us and leave a message (up to 3 minutes): 1-818-925-0106
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Started
Sep 1st, 2015
Latest Episode
Mar 16th, 2020
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97
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