#AskCicerone: Walking in Europe

Cicerone is by far the best publisher of guidebooks for hiking Europe.

Podcast episode 28 gives an overview of their 162 guidebooks to Europe.

Too many good choices in that continent. This is a good place to start.

#AskCicerone: Walking and trekking in Europe

Listen here.

10 Adventures podcast

One of my favourite outdoors podcasts is 10 Adventures.

Check it out.

A good starting point is their interview with Jim Kern on how to Save America‘s Outdoors.

… As the founder of the Florida Trail, co founder of the American hiking society, and president of Big City Mountaineers, Jim has led an awe-inspiring life and career that has gone far beyond the scope of just his own adventures, helping at-risk youth by introducing them to the outdoors and inspiring real change. …

Cycling the circumference of the US The 10Adventures Podcast

Utilizing a variety of transportation methods can really open up your travel experience, exposing you to new opportunities or different paths in life that you wouldn’t have otherwise dreamed of taking. Tune in to this week’s episode of the 10Adventures Podcast as host Karin is joined by Maren Souders, who left behind her job to travel around the United States in a counterclockwise loop using a Brompton foldable bike and plenty of train tickets. Throughout her journey, Maren focused on the ideas of ‘leaning into the magic’ and trusting the universe to ensure everything went smoothly, but it wasn’t just the universe that helped her along the way. A strong network of friends, as well as hosting services like Warm Showers and Servas, all came together to facilitate a successful and unforgettable experience. If you would like to learn more about Maren and her multimodal adventures, be sure to check out her website http://www.dreamintochange.com.
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