Posts tagged Backpacking Advice
Episode 86 6 Overrated Training Methods with Rowan Smith

Rowan Smith is a Personal Trainer specializing in helping backcountry trekkers meet their goals. On this episode, we cover what he considers 6 overrated training methods aimed at backcountry adventurers.f

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Episode 56 Going Feral with Jimmy Funkhouser

Jimmy Funkhouser is the owner and founder of Feral, a backpacking outfitter in the Denver area.  On this episode, we dive into what made Jimmy to leave his corporate life to start something of his own and how Feral is set on doing things different.

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Episode 47 Making It Better with Outdoor Vitals

Tayson Whittaker is the founder of Outdoor Vitals, a brand that he started with $500.  His aim was to create quality ultralight gear without the ultra expensive price tag...and he did it. 

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Episode 33 Designing with Sierra Designs

George Bryant is the VP and GM of Sierra Designs.  On this episode, George walks me though the design process and culture behind Sierra Designs.  This episode is a unique window into a company known for creating livable and versatile backpacking products.

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Episode 32 Saving Our Trail Systems with Clay Jacobson

Clay Jacobson is an experienced Thru Hiker who now works with the Idaho Trail Association helping to keep trails maintained and open for public access.  On this episode, we dive into the current state of trails in the US and what people can do to help.

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Episode 31 The Pull of Mountain Hunting with Adam Janke

Adam Janke is the Editor in Chief of the Journal of Mountain Hunting and the host of the Beyond the Kill Podcast.  On this episode of The By Land Podcast, we explore Adams background and why he feels pulled to pursue wild game extreme environments.

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Episode 30 Lets Talk Hill People Gear

Evan Hill joins the By Land Podcast to talk about his company "Hill People Gear." They're unique load carry design is the subject of this podcast, but you'll also learn about the origin of HPG and how Evan approaches the backcountry.

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