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Blisters, post-holing, spam and ramen, helicopter evacs, and hiker midnight. A not-so-expert romp through trails long and short by those who barely survived. Trail talk about prep, gear, food, legends, and misadventure with host Doc, with additional interviews with world travelers and adventure athletes. Amplifying the outdoor experience for those hooked on adventure! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/johnfreakinmuir/support
 
A collection of Muir's previously unpublished essays, released shortly after his death. "This volume will meet, in every way, the high expectations of Muir's readers. The recital of his experiences during a stormy night on the summit of Mount Shasta will take rank among the most thrilling of his records of adventure. His observations on the dead towns of Nevada, and on the Indians gathering their harvest of pine nuts, recall a phase of Western life that has left few traces in American litera ...
 
First published in 1894, this wonderful travelogue by a famed naturalist and conservationist still remains a book that delights and informs its readers. The Mountains of California by John Muir recounts the author's exploration of the Yosemite Valley, Mount Whitney, the famed sequoia forests and King's Canyon among other places of immense natural beauty. Written in his characteristic zestful style, with a deep understanding and respect for nature, the book is a treasure trove of geography, g ...
 
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The FDA has authorized Pfizer booster shots for millions of Americans, including those 65 and older, anyone with health conditions that put them at greater risk for COVID-19 or frontline workers; There are new images of the search for Brian Laundrie - who remains a person of interest not a suspect - after Gabby Petito’s body was confirmed to be fou…
 
Johnson and Johnson now saying a second COVID shot two months after its first shot provides 94 percent more protection from mild to severe symptoms and 100 percent protection against severe disease. President Biden speaks to world leaders at the United Nations where he made the case for the global fights against COVID, future pandemics and climate …
 
Pfizer says its COVID vaccine is safe and effective for children between the ages of 5 and 11 as it prepares to file for emergency use authorization with the FDA. The FBI raids the home of Brian Laundrie's family a day after authorities found the remains believed to be that of missing 22-year-old Gabby Petito in Wyoming. The latest on the unfolding…
 
Branden and Jennifer Brough sit down with Doc to talk about their six-year-old hiking Superhero, who has more than a 100 thru hiking miles under her feet, including a trip to the top of Mt. Whitney last month. Along the way, they cover a lot ground, including mountaintop marriage proposals, water ski shore starts, twinkies, ding dongs, spreadsheets…
 
Multiple crews investigating a military jet crash outside of Fort Worth, Texas. A body found near Grand Teton National Park where investigators had been searching for missing 22-year-old Gabby Petito. This, as authorities in Florida continue the search for her boyfriend, Brian Laundrie, who disappeared after being named a person of interest in the …
 
On the eve of the FDA’s high-stakes meeting on booster shots, new data out of Israel indicates an additional Pfizer shot provided ten times more protection against COVID-19 and severe disease; The French government says it has killed the top ISIS leader in Africa who had claimed responsibility for the 2017 deadly ambush of four U.S. service members…
 
Several Olympic gymnastics, including Simone Biles and Aly Raisman, testify before Congress saying they were betrayed by the FBI and accused the agency of burying their sexual abuse allegations against former Team USA doctor Larry Nassar. The FDA releases preliminary data from Pfizer on its booster shot trials, as the company recommends fully vacci…
 
Some moments have such an impact that they bifurcate our lives. There is a before that moment, and there is an after that moment. Doc talks with Jack Ryan Greener, who shares his moment as well as a gut-wrenching and triumphant comeback story from the darkest depths that you have to hear to believe. Don't miss a minute of this special story.--- Sup…
 
Calendar Triple Crowner and Barkley Marathon competitor Jeff "Legend" Garmire returns to the JFM Pod to share what he's been up to since March, including the Barkley Marathon and the running of the inaugural Cocodona 250. Don't miss a minute as Legend shares his Top 5 moments from the Barkley, his Moonbeam escapades, a rundown of his hallucinations…
 
Where to begin? Self-described outdoor comedy writer Monda, trail name Nutcrusher, is a Wildland Firefighter in Washington state and Rescue Lead of Olympic Mountain Rescue. In this action-packed episode, she chats with Doc about her upcoming book. Along the way, they cover a wide variety of topics, including homeless chic, snowstorms, whiteouts, cy…
 
Hiker, blogger, and podcaster Greg from Fat Man Little Trail joins Doc to talk all things related to obsessive day hiking. With just 15 months of experience so far, Fat Man has racked up 923 miles and 166,848' of elevation change. Listen in as Doc tries to cajole him into taking the next step and becoming a multi-day hiker. Along the way, they cove…
 
Past guests and ultra runners Gabe Peterson and Kevin Goldberg return to kick off Season 3 of the podcast. They share what they've been up to with Doc, including the Black Canyon 100K, the inaugural Cocodona, the Big Seki Loop, and the Badwater 135. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/johnfreakinmuir/support…
 
In this centennial episode of the John Freakin' Muir Pod, thru hiker Julia "Rocket" Sheehan sits down with Doc to talk trail and gear, as well as her 2019 AT hike, her 2021 AZT and CDT hikes, her upcoming book, and the importance of staying centered in the moment. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/johnfreakinmuir/support…
 
Single mother to three-year-old Cora, relative newcomer to hiking Kelly "Star" Alvarez sits down with Doc to discuss how hiking helps sort out the big issues. Along the way, they talk gear, Half Dome, the JMT, solo vs. hiking with friends, bidets, and Leave No Trace. And there's a Top 5 List you are not going to want to miss! --- Support this podca…
 
Doc hits the trail with Bindi and Yahtzee as they take on the challenging Mineral King Loop in Sequoia National Park. It's a wannabe Hiker Trash love story with plenty of stories and misadventures sprinkled in amongst all the trauma that a 28.2-mile loop with two passes over 11,500' and a total elevation gain of 9,560'. --- Support this podcast: ht…
 
Author, photographer, and High Sierra junkie Josh Endres joins Doc to discuss how his passion for both photography and the mountains changed his life forever. Along the way, you'll hear about his misadventures, triumphs, and near misses. And remember, he's not a puker, he's a pooper. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/johnfreakinmuir/suppo…
 
Big Wall Climber Amity Warme sits down with Doc to discuss the highs and lows of scaling 3,000-foot vertical wall faces. Along the way, the two of them cover route topos, crux pitches, sweaty fingers, off widths, chicken wings, and all the things you've ever wanted to know about Porta-ledges. All the things. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor…
 
Second Chance sits down with Doc to talk about the challenges of hiking the PCT at 400 pounds, the transformative nature of the trail, solo hiking in gator-infested swamps, the dangers of hiking after a breakup, and the power of hugs (lots of hugs). Along the way, Second Chance overshares a bit (a lot!), and Doc discovers they have a friend in comm…
 
Previous JFM Pod guest and Triple Crowner, Ginger Ballz, sits down for an in-person interview with Doc about his latest adventures on the Hayduke Trail. Along the way, they cover a variety of important topics, like quicksand instructions, job interviews gone bad, the newly invented category of Type Four Fun, and a leap of faith you're not going to …
 
Doc and Mrs. Doc head out to Agua Dulce to provide some trail magic and have some PCT hikers spin the Wheel of Wilderness. Twelve hikers heading from Mexico to Canada participate enthusiastically and share how it's going on the PCT. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/johnfreakinmuir/support
 
Several former guests and fan favorites check in with the JFM Pod from the trail to provide updates on their current and future adventures. As always, Doc and Chopper provide their in-depth analysis and expert insight, and giddiness ensues. This is the romp down trails long and short referred to in the podcast description. --- Support this podcast:…
 
World Guide Award winner in 2013, Deana Zabaldo chats with Doc about joining the Peace Corps, being assigned to Nepal as an English teacher, and embarking upon a career of guiding clients into the Himalayas. Listen in as they explore Nepali culture, adventure, snow leopards, and what to do when one of your clients collapses into your arms. --- Supp…
 
Doc and Jukebox are back to breakdown each episode of Alone, the History Channel's epic solo adventure survival show! In this premiere episode, you'll get the lowdown on the new location for Season 8, and analysis, fresh takes, power rankings and predictions for this season's contestants! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/johnfreakinmuir/…
 
New Zealander Elina "Tip Tap" Osborne hiked 2,600 miles on the PCT in 2019 and 1,800 miles on Te Araroa in 2020-21. Along the way, she gave her brother an 11-day head start, caught him 2,000 miles later, met Scout and Frodo, survived the Sierras, re-discovered her native country, dodged angry bulls, and listened to the John Freakin' Muir Pod in the…
 
Carl "Prof" Stanfield stops by the Pod to discuss ALL (and I mean ALL the stats) the stats from his AT and PCT hikes, as well as the ambitious plans he has to become a Triple Crowner (and much, much more!) in 2022. Don't miss the discussions on ultralight saxophones, how to obtain a college degree in thru hiking, the dangers of chafing, being an on…
 
Eric Blehm, author of The Last Season, joins Doc to discuss the story of Randy Morgenson, the seasoned ranger who disappeared in the Sierra backcountry in 1996. During the episode, they cover a lot of ground, including split boarding, Double Espresso Free Association, coyote pacers, and, of course, the mysterious disappearance of Randy and Eric's i…
 
Successful tech industry employee Chris Smead hiked the John Muir Trail in 2016, and as a result, ended up changing his path in life. Five years later, he now heads up Outmersive Films and has produced highly acclaimed documentaries The High Sierra Trail (2018) and Highline (2020). As he prepares to embark on his next film, The Alaska Project (work…
 
Mountain Cat visits with Doc to share her multiple thru hikes of the Appalachian Trail, including her latest SOBO during winter. With her boyfriend Cobra and wonder dog Poodle Bear, the three intrepid explorers got to experience trail life like few others have. During the episode, Mountain Cat discusses unsociable hikers, the Florida Boys, crossing…
 
Ape Man, a Sierra hiker with 45 years of experience and two re-built knees, sits down with Doc to discuss bears in the backcountry, how to dodge Volkswagen-sized boulders, adventures on the John Muir Trail, and hilarious stories from more than four decades on the trail.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/johnfreakinmuir/support…
 
Spencer Morrissey, an incurable peak bagger and world class wise ass, sits a spell with Doc and spins some yarns from his outdoor adventures. Tune in and hear about steaming heads, river nudists, spruce traps, and the answer to the age-old question, just how far can you drive on a 50-mile spare? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/johnfreak…
 
In this first of two episodes, Prospective PCT thru hiker, Panda, comes on the Pod to discuss her prep, gear, strategy, and expectations for her first long trail thru hike. And, she'll make a return appearance after the PCT to share stories from the trail and how reality differed from expectations. You're not going to want to miss these episodes!--…
 
Author, bikepacker, and thru hiker Paul "Snake Eyes" Barach sits down with Doc to relive the highest of highs and lowest of lows from the last five years. Tune in for a comprehensive discussion on tragedy, healing, magic moments, and the dangers of mountaintop karate matches against monks. And Pueblo, Colorado. --- Support this podcast: https://anc…
 
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