Listen to stories about adventure Travel and the outdoors on the 10Adventures Podcast.
Each episode will let you hear directly from adventure travelers, guides, authors and tour operators on their most recent epic adventure.
Follow along and get inspired for your next holiday, as you hear about the best adventure travel on earth, such as backpacking, trekking, hiking, cycling, skiing and more.
Everything you want to know about summiting Kilimanjaro from a Lead Guide
This week we learn about Mount Kilimanjaro, and rather than hear from a tourist, we're hearing from lead guide Julius Whitey of Ahsante Tours. Julius tells us about the different routes, as well as the pros and cons of each. We also hear from Daniel James about how to combine your adventure summiting Kili with a safari or beach holiday.
Learn more about the Lemosho Route and the Machame Route, as well as a bike tour from Kili to Ngorongoro Crater!
Hiking the Spanish Coast in Catalonia on the GR92
We are back from our holiday break and we kick-off 2023 with a wonderful spring walking route. Today we hear about the GR92 from Angelina, one of the creators behind the Walking Nature World youtube channe.
The GR92 is a very pretty walk that follows the Spanish coast through Catalonia. We also learn a bit about Italy's wonderful Via Francigena.
Want to learn more, check out Walking Nature World on their Website, Youtube, Instagram or Facebook
Episode 100! A look back at what we’ve learned with 100 episodes of adventure
Wow, who could believe that 2 years ago this podcast would hit 100 episodes and so many incredible conversations with people living authentic lives focused on the outdoors, adventure, and travel.
Karin is back from Peru and Oregon, and this episode we talk about what we've learnt from our guests, and share what we're looking forward to in 2023.
For those of you that have been listening since the start, thanks for being part of this podcast!
We are taking a nice long break for the holidays, and will be back in mid-January with more great guests!
How to adventure in winter!
This week we have Tim Ricci on the podcast to talk about how to get outdoors in winter.
Tim is an ACMG mountain guide at Yamnuska Mountain Adventures, and he shares his tips about avalanche training, ski touring, snowshoeing, ice climbing, and winter hiking. He even shares a bit on the arduous process to become a certified alpine mountain guide in Canada, which can take up to 8 years of training and testing!
During the podcast talks about AST 1, AST 2, Intro to Backcountry skiing, Intro to Ice climbing and more great winter trips!
Everything you wanted to know about the Tour du Mont Blanc
Learn everything you want to know about the Tour du Mont Blanc (TMB) this week as we talk with Aurelie Mansiot from Allibert Trekking, a specialist trekking operator in France. Aurelie gives us the lowdown on accommodation options, route details, luggage, and other key facts. She also shares alternatives to the TMB, such as the Haute Route from Chamonix to Zermatt , the Vanoise Loop, Gran Paradiso, and the Beaufortain Loop.
For links to today's podcast, check out: Tour du Mont Blanc in Hotels, Tour du Mont Blanc in Huts, Haute Route to Zermatt, The Vanoise Loop, Gran Paradiso, and the Beaufortain Loop.
Off the Beaten Track Travel in Italy
Want to hear about some of the best parts of Italy that locals love? This week we hear from the founder of S-Cape Italy, Tullia Caballaro. Tullia shares five of her favourite 'Off the beaten track' destinations in Italy.
Rather than the Dolomites consider the Italian Alps destinations of Val Maira and Aosta Valley.
Tullia shares her love of Puglia and the coastal walking as an alternative to Cinque Terre or the Amalfi Coast.
Learn about all things pilgrimage, such as the Via Francigena and The Way of St. Francis.
Finally, hear about trekking in Sicily or the stunning island of Sardinia!
So many adventures!!!
Love to be whisked away on incredible adventures by this podcast! It’s super informative, enlightening and inspiring and the guest’s always have a fascinating story to tell.
This podcast is a great way to learn the ins and outs of adventure travelling. There’s so much to know when it comes to branching out to different adventures and I love the current information you can receive each week!
I like the breadth of places covered and it’s interviews with regular people who have done it and not some marketing people. I learnt about a few places I didn’t know about that I now want to go to.