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Ep.98 - A Life of Alaskan Adventure with Luc Mehl Between The Mountains Adventure Podcast

    • Places & Travel

This episode is supported by Sidetracked Magazine

https://linktr.ee/BetweenTheMountains 

Read the full blog here: https://betweenthemountains.org/2021/04/16/luc-mehl/ 

Luc Mehl is a lover of Alaskan wilderness and nature, with an incredible ‘adventure CV’ under his belt. Born, raised, and residing in Alaska, he has traversed the three highest mountains in North America, headed out to remote and wild regions of Alaska, and completed extreme, multi-day endurance events. For education and vacation, he has also traveled and explored places like Norway, Greenland, Iceland, Svalbard, Nepal. All of this while expanding his self-powered method to include hiking, biking, ice-skating, pack rafting, and skiing.

In the episode, we discuss traversing the three biggest mountains in North America, discovering – and staying well away from – the line of acceptable risk, adventures in Alaska and the Alaskan Wilderness Classics, experiencing ‘gifts’ of nature, ‘good fear’ and ‘bad fear’, the 60% rule, and so much more such as mindset and even mental health in the outdoors. 

Luc Mehl

Luc Mehl is an incredibly accomplished outdoorsman and adventurer. With such a huge ‘adventure CV’ even just for Alaska, it was a complete pleasure to have him on the show.

With the background he has, it’s no wonder that he has gone on to write his first book: The Packrafting Handbook; the definitive instructional resource for packrafting—everything you need to know to begin, improve, or assist others.

You can buy this and check out his other trips on his website here, and follow him on Instagram here.

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Subscribe/follow so that you don’t miss another episode;
Share with a friend; and
Leave a rating on iTunes.

If you really really enjoy the show then

Consider becoming a Patron of the show on Patreon here;
Simply buy me a coffee; or
Get yourself or someone else some official merchandise.

All of the above helps the podcast to grow as much as possible!

You can get in touch with me on btmtravelpod@gmail.com or using any of the Social Media links: Instagram / Twitter / Facebook / BTM Facebook Group here.

This episode is supported by Sidetracked Magazine

https://linktr.ee/BetweenTheMountains 

Read the full blog here: https://betweenthemountains.org/2021/04/16/luc-mehl/ 

Luc Mehl is a lover of Alaskan wilderness and nature, with an incredible ‘adventure CV’ under his belt. Born, raised, and residing in Alaska, he has traversed the three highest mountains in North America, headed out to remote and wild regions of Alaska, and completed extreme, multi-day endurance events. For education and vacation, he has also traveled and explored places like Norway, Greenland, Iceland, Svalbard, Nepal. All of this while expanding his self-powered method to include hiking, biking, ice-skating, pack rafting, and skiing.

In the episode, we discuss traversing the three biggest mountains in North America, discovering – and staying well away from – the line of acceptable risk, adventures in Alaska and the Alaskan Wilderness Classics, experiencing ‘gifts’ of nature, ‘good fear’ and ‘bad fear’, the 60% rule, and so much more such as mindset and even mental health in the outdoors. 

Luc Mehl

Luc Mehl is an incredibly accomplished outdoorsman and adventurer. With such a huge ‘adventure CV’ even just for Alaska, it was a complete pleasure to have him on the show.

With the background he has, it’s no wonder that he has gone on to write his first book: The Packrafting Handbook; the definitive instructional resource for packrafting—everything you need to know to begin, improve, or assist others.

You can buy this and check out his other trips on his website here, and follow him on Instagram here.

--------------------------------------------------------

If you enjoy the show please:

Subscribe/follow so that you don’t miss another episode;
Share with a friend; and
Leave a rating on iTunes.

If you really really enjoy the show then

Consider becoming a Patron of the show on Patreon here;
Simply buy me a coffee; or
Get yourself or someone else some official merchandise.

All of the above helps the podcast to grow as much as possible!

You can get in touch with me on btmtravelpod@gmail.com or using any of the Social Media links: Instagram / Twitter / Facebook / BTM Facebook Group here.

1 hr 1 min