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Hosted by two friends who share a passion for the outdoors and a fascination with what can go wrong there, National Park After Dark is a podcast for the morbid outdoor enthusiast. Tales of death, dark history and tragic events is what NPAD is about, but through the darkness - is light. National Parks have storied histories including epic survivals, inspiring humans and serve as physical reminders of the importance for protecting the planet. Time to lace up those hiking boots and take a walk ...
 
The Regrowth Project is a podcast series hosted by London National Park City. The aim of the series is to inspire ideas and thinking about nature, the environment, and sustainability as we come out of lockdown - looking back to the year that we’ve had, thinking about shifts in behaviour and perceptions, and inspiring action in how we approach the future.
 
Interested in what it's like to be born in the middle of a Yellowstone winter or raised in the heart of Yosemite Valley? Curious about the inner workings of parks or how people establish careers with the National Park Service? Hear firsthand accounts from former and current National Park Service employees that celebrate the history of our national parks and the role they've played in lives around the world. Thanks to the Association of National Park Rangers Oral History Project for making ma ...
 
Close to the city and immersed in bushland, this walk weaves along harbour headlands, revealing spectacular views of Sydney's icons. Explore beautiful trees and interesting animals, dip into Sydney's past and watch the boats glide by. This self-guided audio tour takes you through each section of the walk. Download it to your mp3 player or phone, and take it with you on the walk.
 
"Welcome to this special place. My name is TJ Atsye. I am a Park Ranger here at Mesa Verde National Park and I am Laguna Pueblo, a direct descendant of the people who used to live here. Please join me as we follow the footsteps left behind by my Pueblo ancestors." You can listen along in your car as you drive the six miles (10 km) of the Mesa Top Loop on Chapin Mesa, or listen on your phone as you explore the ten stops along the way. You can also follow along from your home or school to expl ...
 
Red, rocky outcrops, headlands and sheltered coves are a feature of the Light to Light walk. One of the genuine surprises of the walk is the dramatic variety of landscapes and habitats you pass through. Meander across the invisible boundaries (ecotones) that demarcate one set of plant habitats from another. As if stepping through a door, heathland gives way to tall open forests. Thick groves of tea tree or paperbark trees merge into open coastal banksia woodlands or imposing forests of wooll ...
 
Interviews on National Park units and their gateway community destinations. Hosts are Nancy J. Reid & Lisa D. Smith, mother-daughter travel team on the Big Blend Spirit of America Tour of all 411 National Park units, and publishers of Spirit of America Magazine. See www.NationalParkPlanner.com
 
In Dear Bob and Sue, authors Matt and Karen Smith share stories of their travels to all of the U.S. National Park as well as other spectacular public lands. From adventures gone awry to memorable moments and Q&As from readers, get to know the couple behind the books and get inspired to go on some adventures of your own.
 
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In this episode, we're taking a look at all the "Interagency" America the Beautiful passes that are available to give you access to national parks and other federal lands, often with some great discounts. We'll also cover the brand-new LIFETIME military pass. Order your passes online here: https://store.usgs.gov/recreational-passes Get the Every Ki…
 
In this 3 part series - we tell the story of an arctic expedition and the survival story of Ada Blackjack. Ada, an Inuit woman, joins a team of 4 men to the remote Wrangel Island to prove that it is survivable. As a polar bear nesting ground and known for tumultuous weather conditions, no human has successfully survived here for long. Join us for a…
 
This year has been a year of firsts for the National Parks Traveler Editor Kurt Repanshek. First-time visits to units of the National Park System, that is. This year Repanshek has taken road trips through Nebraska, Kansas, and New Mexico to explore overlooked gems of the park system. To discuss these and other must-see sites with us today are Rebec…
 
Over two hundred years ago, a 4,000-foot-thick glacier covered what is now Glacier Bay National Park. Since then, the massive glacier has receded, leaving us a spectacular bay and landscape to explore. Sitting a mere 50 miles west of Alaska’s capital city of Juneau, the park is now home to a diverse array of fantastic wildlife both in the sea and o…
 
Mike and Dusty visit Thurmond, the ghost town inside New River Gorge National Park. Website: GazeAtTheNationalParks.com Instagram: @GazeAtTheNationalParks Facebook: Gaze at the National Parks Twitter: @GazeAtTheParks #gazeatthenationalparks #hikeearlyhikeoften #adventureisoutthere Hosted by Dustin Ballard and Michael Ryan Episode Editing by Dustin …
 
Freeze-dried meals long have been the go-to food source for many backcountry travelers, but only because they didn’t know other options existed for meal time. And not everyone easily stomachs those meals. To explore the possibilities of home-made dehydrated meals, we are joined by Chef Glenn McAllister, who decided that a 315-mile hike on the Appal…
 
There are places in the National Park System that take your breath away. Places such as Glacier National Park, along the shoreline of Avalanche Lake, or atop Logan Pass staring down valley along with the mountain goats. If you've been here, you'll never forget the experience. Husband-wife duo Laurie Raveis & Dennis Kole capture their experiences in…
 
Join us for an inspiring conversation with 92-year-old Grandma Joy and her grandson Brad, who are on a journey to visit all 63 national parks. After taking her on a camping trip seven years ago in Smoky Mountains National Park so she could see the mountains for the first time, Brad realized Grandma Joy was the perfect travel partner. Their next adv…
 
Today’s stories include lights over Idaho, forest knocks, tornado camping and Colorado moms. All stories shared with consent. Join us for a LIVE show in Denver! Tickets HERE We love our National Parks and we know you do too but when you're out there, remember to enjoy the view but watch your back. Please take a moment to rate and subscribe from whe…
 
Dusty and Mike take a look at the policies, procedures, and precautions when traveling with pets in the National Parks. Website: GazeAtTheNationalParks.com Instagram: @GazeAtTheNationalParks Facebook: Gaze at the National Parks Twitter: @GazeAtTheParks #gazeatthenationalparks #hikeearlyhikeoften #adventureisoutthere Hosted by Dustin Ballard and Mic…
 
The collab you’ve been waiting for! Today we are joined by Wes, Jeff and Mike of Tooth & Claw Podcast. We head back to Great Smoky Mountains National Park to share the tragic tale of Glenda Ann Bradley, the first person to be killed by a black bear in US National Park History. The T&C crew share their extensive knowledge on how to enjoy recreating …
 
This episode of Big Blend Radio features Christy Wood who talks about her recent experiences on the Chief Joseph Trail Ride. A progressive trail ride hosted by the Appaloosa Horse Club (ApHC), a portion of the ride is completed each year, with the entire sequence taking thirteen years to complete. Its route traces, as closely as possible, the route…
 
Along the Anacostia River, thousands of years ago, a vibrant Native American community thrived, relying on the natural resources of the land and the water that bisected it. Lush foliage, cattails, fish, and wild game made the region self-sustaining for the Nacotchtank people. They understood the importance of balance between using and protecting th…
 
We all hope to get through life unscathed. No one wants to experience a traumatic event, as they inevitably come hand in hand with suffering. It may be immediate, or, it may take a lifetime, but according to studies on PTSD and trauma – an overwhelming amount of people who will experience a traumatic event in their lifetimes, were changed in fundam…
 
Mike and Dusty hike the Castle Rock Trail as well as the Tunnel Trail and the Gradview Rim Trail in the Grandview Area of New River Gorge National Park. Website: GazeAtTheNationalParks.com Instagram: @GazeAtTheNationalParks Facebook: Gaze at the National Parks Twitter: @GazeAtTheParks #gazeatthenationalparks #hikeearlyhikeoften #adventureisoutthere…
 
As winter approaches, the slow season is setting in across the National Park System, which makes it a good time to take measure of some issues that are confronting both the parks and the National Park Service. We’ve invited Kristen Brengel, senior vice president of government affairs for the National Parks Conservation Association, and Mike Murray,…
 
Are you ready for the most wonderful time of the year? We’re here to help you fill out your holiday shopping list before that last-minute panic sets in. And while you’re at it, you might even find an item or three to suggest to Santa for yourself. In this episode, we’ve put together a collection of our favorite travel-related items that make perfec…
 
Today’s stories include making the papers, plane crashes, magical moments, keeping connected, cougar encounters and wrestling in the swamps. Two bonus stories for Outsiders available on Patreon. We love our National Parks and we know you do too but when you're out there, remember to enjoy the view but watch your back. Please take a moment to rate a…
 
Dusty and Mike break down the scientific process of gorge creation, and break down all of the landforms inside of the nesting doll leading up to gorges. Website: GazeAtTheNationalParks.com Instagram: @GazeAtTheNationalParks Facebook: Gaze at the National Parks Twitter: @GazeAtTheParks #gazeatthenationalparks #hikeearlyhikeoften #adventureisoutthere…
 
For this episode we follow the 72 year battle for women to have the right to vote. Women are beaten, tortured, spit on, and imprisoned. But one night in history was especially brutal. Today The Night of Terror serves as a reminder of female solidarity and resistance. It is a reminder of how strong and powerful women are and just how much they are w…
 
As hot, arid, and dusty as Death Valley National Park is, it might come as a surprise to learn that it has a very important fishery of sorts. There is a place in the national park where there is a warm spring that is home to a rare and endangered fish - the Devils Hole Pupfish. Each year the population of pupfish can swing wildly between highs and …
 
Radiating out from the confluence of the Green and Colorado Rivers in southeastern Utah is a landscape full of spectacular canyons, unusual rock formations, and some of the most challenging backroads anywhere in America. Separated into four distinct districts, Canyonlands NP has something for everyone, from easy-to-access canyon overlooks to breath…
 
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