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Listen to in-depth interviews twice a week from adventure sports enthusiasts from around the globe. You'll hear from athletes, adventurers, explorers, guides, authors, business owners and many more who live their lives pursuing fulfillment through adventure and the outdoors.

Adventure Sports Podcast Mason Gravley

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Listen to in-depth interviews twice a week from adventure sports enthusiasts from around the globe. You'll hear from athletes, adventurers, explorers, guides, authors, business owners and many more who live their lives pursuing fulfillment through adventure and the outdoors.

    Ep. 751: Fat Biking to the South Pole - Revisited - Daniel Burton

    Ep. 751: Fat Biking to the South Pole - Revisited - Daniel Burton

    Originally Aired April 13, 2017
    Did you ever think it were possible to ride a mountain bike to the South Pole? On January 21, 2014, Daniel Burton became the first person to accomplish this. Self-supported with the exception of three aerial food drops along the way, Daniel rode more than 750 miles over 51 days in blistering winds and various snow conditions. Listen in to hear all about this impressive expedition!
    http://epicsouthpole.blogspot.com
    https://www.facebook.com/SouthPoleEpic
    https://www.youtube.com/user/danpburton
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    • 1 hr 6 min
    Ep. 750: Traveling to Every State in Mexico While Teaching Full-Time - Brian Asher

    Ep. 750: Traveling to Every State in Mexico While Teaching Full-Time - Brian Asher

    When Brian realized that he was going to have to teach virtually for the rest of 2020 he saw an opportunity to make an adventure happen. He set out a plan to visit all 32 states of Mexico while teaching full-time at his job in the US. How did he do that on top of road tripping across the US and balancing a full-time job? find out on today’s episode!
    Check out Brian’s first episode here: Ep. 634: Traveling to Every Country in the World on a Teacher Salary - Brian Asher
    Thanks for joining us again, Brian!
    Instagram: @the.world.hiker
    YouTube: the world hiker
    Facebook: @theworldhiker
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    • 51 min
    Ep. 749: Searching for Lost Memories on the Pan-American Highway - Revisited - Teresa Bruce

    Ep. 749: Searching for Lost Memories on the Pan-American Highway - Revisited - Teresa Bruce

    Originally aired June 12, 2017
    Teresa Bruce talks about the ultimate road trip where she and her husband Gary drove down the Pan American Highway in a 4-wheel-drive truck searching for people who helped her family survive the same trip 30 years earlier when they did it in a 1968 vintage camper.
    Teresa's new book The Drive: Searching for Lost Memories on the Pan-American Highway is available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Audible.
    Book on Amazon: The Drive: Searching for Lost Memories on the Pan-American Highway
    Blog: www.teresabruce.me
    Books: www.teresabrucebooks.com
    Support Adventure Sports Podcast monthly by going to Patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast or make a one-time donation to the show here. 
    Is the price of gear holding you back from going on your next adventure or have extra gear you don’t need? Rerouted.co is offering a sustainable option to purchase and sell high-quality used gear to save it from the landfill, and save your wallet. Check it out at www.rerouted.co


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    • 56 min
    Ep. 748: Ziplining Over Active Volcanoes and Much More - Frederick Schuett

    Ep. 748: Ziplining Over Active Volcanoes and Much More - Frederick Schuett

    “One Axe Fred”, as he’s known, is a thrill-seeking dare-devil that loves a good zipline across an extreme environment. Whether that’s in downtown Toronto ziplining with Richard Branson, or taking clients across an active volcano, Fred is willing to give it a shot! Today Fred joins us to tell us stories from some of his biggest rigged lines as well as what motivates him to do these crazy feats of adventure. 
    Find out more about Fred below:
    www.oneaxepursuits.com
    Facebook: @ONE-AXE-Pursuits
    Instagram: @oneaxepursuits/
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    • 51 min
    Ep. 747: Climbing in North Korea, Nepal & Siberia - Revisited - George Kourounis

    Ep. 747: Climbing in North Korea, Nepal & Siberia - Revisited - George Kourounis

    Originally aired May 10, 2018
    One of our favorite recurring guests, George Kourounis, is back on the show today. George recently returned from Nepal where he visited Everest Base Camp in the Himalayas to film a TV show. They decided to try visiting the base camp with no acclimatization. So they took a helicopter up with no time to adjust. George immediately experienced the effects of hypoxia during this trip. George was also fortunate enough to meet Kancha Sherpa on this helicopter ride. Kancha Sherpa is the last surviving member of Sir Edmond Hillary's 1953 expedition to be the first people to reach the summit of Everest.
    On our last show with George, he was preparing to head to North Korea for a rare opportunity to mountain trek, climb and camp. He was approved by the government and was able to travel there in May of 2017. He fills us in on what it was like to be a western-world guest in this secretive country during tumultuous political times. His experience is an interesting one that most of us never get to hear much less experience. Listen in to hear about what the mountains and surroundings are like over there.
    George tells about his continued trips to volcanoes including 11,384 ft Mt Nyiragongo which is an active volcano in the Democratic Republic of Congo. He explains that the lake nearby, Lake Kivu,  which is susceptible to exploding due to the vast amounts of dissolved carbon dioxide at the bottom. The volcano holds the world's largest boiling lake of lava.
    He traveled down the Road of Bones to visit a village in the middle of Siberia, Oymyakon, which is known as the coldest place on earth. He tells us a story about visiting a preserved woolly mammoth frozen in the permafrost and when no one was looking, George snapped off a little mammoth to have a taste. Listen in to hear what that experience was like for him.
    Then we discussed the difficulty of ice climbing on icebergs to place satellite tracking devices on them for tracking the path of the icebergs as they float through the ocean. 
    It's never a dull hour when our friend George Kourounis joins us on the show. 
    www.furiousearth.com
    www.cloud9tours.com
    www.youtube.com/user/gkourounis
    www.twitter.com/georgekourounis
    www.facebook.com/explorergeorgekourounis
    www.explorers.org
    Is the price of gear holding you back from going on your next adventure or have extra gear you don’t need? Rerouted.co is offering a sustainable option to purchase and sell high-quality used gear to save it from the landfill, and save your wallet. Check it out at www.rerouted.co
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    • 57 min
    Ep. 746: Taking 30 People Across Africa by Bicycle - Henry Gold

    Ep. 746: Taking 30 People Across Africa by Bicycle - Henry Gold

    When Henry sent an email asking his friend about joining him to finally take that trip they’ve been talking about, it took less than 24 hours for his friend to respond with a “yes”. Little did they know the media sensation that would soon create enough interest for over 30 people to join them on a bicycle tour from Cairo, Egypt to Cape Town, South Africa. 
    Not only would this journey achieve a Guinness World Record for the fastest human-powered crossing of Africa, but would also lay the foundation of what is now TDA Global Cycling, of which Henry is the Founder and Director. 
    To date, over 1,600 people have completed the Tour d’ Afrique, as it’s now known. 
    If you’d like to find out more about Henry, TDA Global Cycling, their trips, etc. Go to tdaglobalcycling.com
    Instagram: @tdacycling
    Facebook: @tdaglobalcycling
     



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    • 1 hr 4 min

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