Aug 25, 2022
Explorer Adam Shoalts is fresh off a 3 month, 3,400 km solo trip
to the Arctic. It’s an amazing story, and he shares a TON of tips
for travelling in the wilderness
00:32 Adam’s 3 month, 3,400 km solo journey to the Arctic
31:20 On Staying Safe in the Wilderness
38:42 On Food and Calories in the Wilderness
Feb 16, 2022
Paul Mason is one of Canada's foremost whitewater instructors and the son of Paul Mason, the man who introduced canoeing to the world with the "Path of the Paddle" films and book. I was thrilled to talk to him about extreme bigwater canoeing, steep creeking, quantifiable repeated practice, the most common whitewater...
Feb 3, 2022
Mikaela Ferguson has been introducing people to the outdoors for years with her guiding and with her writing. In this episode we cover how to get started in the outdoors, paddling safety, dealing with bears, gear choice, surviving thunderstorms and more! Check out Mikaela's blog https://www.voyageurtripper.com/ as...
Nov 9, 2021
Aug 2, 2019
Today was a very interesting day. I had just arrived at Nuelton lake. It is a huge lake that expands over 100km. I had heard there were some abandoned cabins along this lake. Every thing was left there, from motors to gas to batteries and of course, some garbage. This left me in a pretty sketchy scenario when some...