10 episodes

The world's greatest adventurers tell their best story from the road. Each episode is cut documentary style and set to music and cinematic effects to create an immersive storytelling experience. No long-winded interviews, just straight to the heart of the action.

Armchair Explorer Aaron Millar

    • Places & Travel
    • 5.0, 23 Ratings

The world's greatest adventurers tell their best story from the road. Each episode is cut documentary style and set to music and cinematic effects to create an immersive storytelling experience. No long-winded interviews, just straight to the heart of the action.

    Kings of the Yukon: A 2,000-mile Alaskan River Paddle with Best-Selling Author Adam Weymouth

    Kings of the Yukon: A 2,000-mile Alaskan River Paddle with Best-Selling Author Adam Weymouth

    Join best-selling author Adam Weymouth on a 2,000-mile canoe journey down the Yukon River, from its source in Northern Canada, through Alaska, to the Bering Sea. It's one of the wildest and most pristine places on Earth filled with Moose, Bald Eagles...

    • 40 min
    Wanderland: on a Vision Quest with Nature Writer Jini Reddy

    Wanderland: on a Vision Quest with Nature Writer Jini Reddy

    Alone on a mountain top in the Pyrenees, in the pitch black of night, without another soul around, a woman hears a voice echoing out of the darkness. It was an experience she couldn't understand or explain. It terrified her. But it also changed her...

    • 39 min
    In the Footsteps of the Anwals through the Indian Himalayas with Travel Writer Juliet Rix

    In the Footsteps of the Anwals through the Indian Himalayas with Travel Writer Juliet Rix

    The Anwals are the last remaining migrating shepherds of the Indian Himalayas. Each spring, they take their flocks from the heat of the valleys to graze among the high alpine pastures of the Himalayas. They won’t return until Autumn. It is a way of life...

    • 35 min
    Gorilla Trekking in Rwanda with Visionary Conservationist Praveen Moman

    Gorilla Trekking in Rwanda with Visionary Conservationist Praveen Moman

    Seeing mountain gorillas in the wild is one of the rarest and most inspiring wildlife experiences on the planet. There is an immediate bond, a sense of connection. When you look a mountain gorilla in the eye, you see yourself reflected back.Follow...

    • 35 min
    Recording a Grammy Nominated Album/DVD on a Round-the-World Journey with 1 Giant Leap's Jamie Catto

    Recording a Grammy Nominated Album/DVD on a Round-the-World Journey with 1 Giant Leap's Jamie Catto

    Follow Grammy-Nominated musician, and former member of Faithless, Jamie Catto on a round-the-world journey recording the award-winning album/DVD 1 Giant Leap

    • 46 min
    Climbing Everest with Tima Deryan, the First Lebanese Woman to Summit

    Climbing Everest with Tima Deryan, the First Lebanese Woman to Summit

    Climbing Everest with Tima Derya, the First Lebanese Woman to Stand on the Roof of the World

    • 55 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
23 Ratings

23 Ratings

jkuknow ,

Great podcast concept!

To hear the best stories from the world’s most interesting explorers and adventurers is truly an amazing idea. Loving the show!

onthedont ,

Bend Oregon

I’m so happy to have found this podcast, I love outdoor adventure and like the long episodes. Thank you soooo much!
Frances

superCrafty ,

Cliff camping in Rockies

Thank you thank you. This podcast is awesome. Like you allude to at the end with so much doom and gloom and scary things that go bump in the night, this was totally up lifting. I could feel your fear and your awe at the end. Nature is my religion and this was the best sermon ever. I could never do what you did for many reasons but it was fun and exhilarating to be by your side as you tackled your fears.

The music is nice however it occasionally drowns out the speaker. This was especially irritating in the episode in Antarctica.

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