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Moral Compass

Moral Compass

2022-06-1638:551

How do you decide whether to leave someone for dead? This is the story of a trip up Mt. Everest, in which climber Myles Osborne comes face to face with one of the hardest decisions mountaineers ever have to make. SUPPORT OUT THERE: Become a patron Click here to see the full show notes for this episode. 
Nature's Nostalgia

Nature's Nostalgia

2022-06-0903:361

A preview of our summer season! SUPPORT OUT THERE: Become a patron Click here to see the full show notes for this episode. 
Beach Bum

Beach Bum

2022-05-1230:411

It’s healthy to know who you are. But sometimes, defining yourself too rigidly can be problematic. On this episode, Bo Jensen takes us from the Gulf of Mexico to the Camino de Santiago and explores what happens when you stop forcing yourself to choose a single identity. SURVEY: What did you think of this season? SUPPORT OUT THERE: Become a patron Click here to see the full show notes for this episode. 
Introducing Not Lost

Introducing Not Lost

2022-05-0404:50

Here’s a special preview of Not Lost, a new podcast about finding yourself in places you’ve never been from our friends at Pushkin Industries. Host Brendan Francis Newnam takes us around the world, learning about new places by getting invited to a stranger’s house for dinner. From Montréal to Mexico City, Brendan and his guests drink, dance, and eat, learning as much about themselves as the places they visit. Not Lost is both a travel escape and an insightful look at people — locals and visitors alike — trying to make sense of a constantly changing world. You can hear more from Not Lost at  https://podcasts.pushkin.fm/notlost?sid=outthere. SUPPORT OUT THERE: Become a patron
Never Enough

Never Enough

2022-04-2837:352

When we lose a loved one, many of us seek healing from the outdoors. But what happens when the weather is bad, and your happy place is miserable?  Today’s story takes us to “the most beautiful beach in Washington State” and explores what can we learn about grief and acceptance when nature is at its ugliest. POLL: Help shape our upcoming season SUPPORT OUT THERE: Become a patron Click here to see the full show notes for this episode. 
Measuring Up

Measuring Up

2022-04-1424:451

It’s easy to measure achievements based on what other people are doing. But how do you know what you should really expect from yourself? This episode takes us from a mountain in Arkansas to an attempted thru-hike on the Appalachian Trail and explores how much better life can be when you realize your shortcomings might not be your fault. SUPPORT OUT THERE: Become a patron Click here to see the full show notes for this episode.   
Escape

Escape

2022-03-3134:053

We often go outside to get away from our problems. But escapism has its limits. On this episode, we share the story of how Live Action Role Play taught one woman the importance of confronting your troubles head on. Click here to see the full show notes for this episode.  OPEN MIC NIGHT: Register to attend SUPPORT OUT THERE: Become a patron
Pamper Your Brain

Pamper Your Brain

2022-03-1726:513

Ziyi Xu spent so much time on her phone that it was ruining her focus and productivity. Then, one night in Texas, she tried stargazing. On this episode, Ziyi tells the story of how she kicked the smartphone habit and got her creativity back. SUPPORT OUT THERE: Become a patron OPEN MIC NIGHT: Register to attend Click here to see the full show notes for this episode. 
Climate Language

Climate Language

2022-03-1021:48

Last year, the term ‘climate crisis’ was added to the Oxford English Dictionary. The words we use to talk about the environment are evolving. But could they motivate us to take action?   On this bonus episode, we bring you a guest story from the podcast Living Planet about the relationship between language and the environment. Plus, a behind-the-scenes conversation with one of Living Planet’s hosts. Click here to see the full show notes for this episode.  OPEN MIC NIGHT: Register to attend
America's Best Idea?

America's Best Idea?

2022-03-0343:05

National Parks are often referred to as “America’s best idea.” And there’s a lot to love about them. But they also have a complicated history — a history of broken promises, displacement of indigenous people, and genocide. And that history is not over. Is there a way to right historical wrongs? Can we protect wild spaces in a way that is also socially just? This episode takes us from a young national park in Germany to Denali in Alaska and offers some hope for a better future. VIRTUAL HAPPY HOUR: Become a patron by March 4, 2022 to get an invitation OPEN MIC NIGHT: Register to attend Click here to see the full show notes for this episode. 
Pandemic Sundays

Pandemic Sundays

2022-02-1728:143

Church was Angie Chatman's sanctuary, both literally and figuratively. So when the pandemic began, and she couldn’t attend services in person, there was a big void in her life. On today’s episode, Angie shares the story of how she discovered a new way to find peace and community — in an unexpected place. --- VIRTUAL HAPPY HOUR: Become a patron by March 4, 2022 to get an invitation OPEN MIC NIGHT: Register to attend
Indoor Kid

Indoor Kid

2022-02-0343:021

After attending a wilderness therapy program, Sarah Dealy was intent on becoming a rugged outdoorswoman. But the transformation didn’t work out as she had imagined. Sarah was an indoor kid at heart. She disliked many of the activities she imagined her outdoorsy self doing. On this episode, she takes us from the Utah desert to the mountains of Colorado and explores what happens when the person you think you want to be doesn’t mesh with the person you are. Open Mic Night: To perform, sign up by Feb. 4, 2022 Virtual Happy Hour: Become a patron by March 4, 2022 to get an invitation
Think of this episode as a pre-season treat. We reached out to listeners and fellow podcasters and asked: “What is one way your relationship with nature has changed in a way that has surprised you?” The answers we received were thought-provoking, inspiring, and hopeful, and on this episode, we’re sharing some of our favorites. Open Mic Night: To perform, sign up by Feb. 4, 2022. Virtual Happy Hour: Become a patron by March 4, 2022 to get an invitation. Show Notes: Go to outtherepodcast.com to learn more about the people and podcasts that contributed to this episode.  
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Adult-Onset Hunting

Adult-Onset Hunting

2022-05-2624:491

The number of Americans hunting and fishing is declining, but women are bucking the trend. On this guest episode from The Modern West podcast, journalist Melodie Edwards finds a sisterhood at an all-women hunting camp—and catches her first fish with her dad. MARKETING COORDINATOR JOB: Apply by June 5, 2022 SUPPORT OUT THERE: Become a patron Click here to see the full show notes for this episode. 
How many times have we been told the story of the fearless leader — in work, in politics, in the mountains? When the stakes are high, it’s natural to place our confidence in strength and certainty. To turn to the leader and believe they have no doubt. This story, which originally aired on She Explores in 2020, isn’t about how to become a fearless leader in the mountains. Nor is it about how to overcome your fear, or even how to harness it. But it is about listening to what fear is trying to teach us. It’s an opportunity to consider what kind of leader you need, as well as the one you might want to be. Hear more from She Explores here. Music in this episode includes works by Gracie & Rachel via Music Bed.
Too Good To Be True?

Too Good To Be True?

2021-12-1630:361

In 2001, Donna Martino stuck a newspaper clipping on her fridge. It was a photo of a handsome kayaker paddling through the surf. A few months later, Donna matched with the man on a dating website. We tend to assume that improbable beginnings are a recipe for disaster — that sappy romances can’t last — that fairytale endings are only for movies. But sometimes, the real world serves up a dose of schmaltz. This story, which first aired in 2020 and went on to win a national award, is about what happens when coincidences pile up, and strangers go out on a limb and take a chance on each other. Sign up for our email list Share Out There, win rewards Take our survey
Melat Amha had been struggling with chronic illness for years, when she decided to move to an organic farm in the Sierra National Forest. On this episode, she shares her story. It’s a story about finding your way back to health when modern medicine has failed you. And it’s about learning what it means to love yourself and honor your needs. SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS: Take our audience survey to get a FREE Out There sticker and be entered into a drawing for an REI gift card REFER A FRIEND: Refer friends to the podcast and win rewards SUPPORT OUT THERE: Become a patron
On the surface, competing as a runner seems straight forward: the winner of a race is the fastest person from point A to point B, and to progress, you just have to be a better runner than everyone else. Right? Turns out, it’s not so simple. Fairness is a surprisingly complicated concept. On this episode we bring you the story of two athletes — a “ghost runner” from the U.K. and a phenom from Uganda — and we explore how rules meant to ensure fairness can end up excluding some of the best athletes from competitions. Get involved: Take our survey Share this episode Support Out There
Riding Past Fear

Riding Past Fear

2021-11-0432:43

Growing up with a rare bone condition, Will Cox was constantly in and out of hospitals — and constantly fearful of the world around him. The fear eventually took over his life, controlling almost everything he did. And that’s probably the way his future would have played out, had it not been for a mountain bike. On this episode, Tanya Chawla brings us Will’s story. REFER FRIENDS, WIN REWARDS: Sign up for your personal referral link here NEW OUT THERE MERCH: Check it out here SUPPORT OUT THERE: Become a patron  
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