The AT Radio Podcast is your source for information on the Appalachian Trail. Our interviews bring listeners valuable knowledge from thru-hikers, film makers, authors, and much more. If you are a hiking enthusiast you will love listening to each episode.
Here's the Latest Episode from AT Radio Show Podcast:
AT Radio talks to author of “Stumbling Thru – Book 1 Hike Your Own Hike” A. Digger Stolz. Digger talks about leaving the corporate world to thru hike the Appalachian Trail. He then took his talents to University of Alaska Fairbanks where he earned an MFA. Shortly after, Digger began the project which we discuss.
AT Radio talks to the Founder of Warrior Hike Sean. Sean shares with us how he and Mark raised money for Wounded Veterans during their thru-hike last year. He also shares how the program has shifted into helping veterans transition from combat to everyday life.
AT Radio speaks with the creators of the film "Tell it on the Mountain - Tales from the Pacific Crest Trail", Lisa Diener and Shaun Carrigan. "Tell it on the Mountain" is a new documentary film that follows half a dozen of the 300 or so hikers who attempt the Pacific Crest Trail every year. You'll find some of the Pacific Crest Trail's heavy weights featured in the film including Scott Williamson (multiple PCT record holder) and Billygoat (John Muir look-alike and trail fixture). You even get a chance to join along with Donna Saufley (Agua Dulce's "Hiker Heaven" trail host extraordinaire herself) while she section hikes the high sierra. The links below allow you to preview the film, purchase the film, and enter a free giveaway.
AT Radio talks to "Pressure D" live from the trail in Hot Springs, North Carolina. Pressure D is now 273 miles into his northbound thru-hike. We catch up with Pressure D on his progress since we last talked to him in January. Pressure D is a hammock hiker so he shares with us the pros and cons of camping with a hammock.
Host Jimmy Joyce talks with 2013 Northbound hiker Moxie as she takes a zero day in West Virginia. Moxie is closing in on completing one third of the trail and shares with us her adventure up to this point.
Your host Jimmy Joyce talks to Joe, trail name "Pressure D", about his upcoming thru-hike in 2013.
Your host Jimmy Joyce talks to Peg, a prospective 2013 Northbound hiker. Peg tells listeners a little bit about herself, as well as details on her upcoming hike.
AT Radio interviews Sybil, a prospective 2013 thru-hiker.
Your host Jimmy Joyce talks to Michael "Lion King" Daniel. Lion King is an experienced long distance hiker to say the least. He has thru-hiked the Appalachiann Trail, The Pacific Crest Trail, and the 6,800 mile American Discovery Trail. Lion King has also made films documenting his hike on all three of these trails. Lion King then shares with us how he got into long distance hiking, differences between these long trails, advice for future thru-hikers and much much more.
Your host Jimmy Joyce talks to UNH Professor Laurie Gullion. Laurie teaches a field study class in winter camping and survival. We asked Laurie to share her knowledge on gear, nutrition, injury, and other vital aspects that will help people who want to transition into cold weather hiking.
Your host Jimmy Joyce talks to his high school friend James Meehan AKA Smokey exactly one week after he completed his 2012 Southbound thru-hike. Smokey talks about his last portion of the trail, briefly describes how Sandy affected him and reflects on his completed journey.
Your host Jimmy Joyce talks to Tom, a prospective 2013 Northbound hiker. Tom shares with us why he chose the Applachian Trail and his previous hiking experience. AT Radio is proud to have Tom as one of our 2013 featured hikers. We will have Tom on the show every 2-3 weeks throughout the duration of his hike. Check out the link below for more information on this series.
AT Radio speaks with 2012 Northbound thru-hiker Walk and Eat. He talks about completing his hike, his online blog, and his documentary film that is in the works.
AT Radio talks with Nate Shedd who is Visitors Service Supervisor at Pinkham Notch Visitors Center.
Your host Jimmy Joyce talks to Southbound thru-hiker Frogman 1 about his hike and run in with superstorm Sandy.
Your host Jimmy Joyce talks to his high school friend James Meehan AKA Smokey live from the trail as he closes in on 400 miles remaining on his SOBO thru-hike.