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The MtnMisfits Podcast is where Vida and Radd share their life of outdoor adventure…together!

We're hikers, fitness fiends, nature lovers, and life partners living the mountain life! On this podcast, you'll hear our adventures, gear reviews, trips to our favorite places, and all things outdoors lifestyle. Join us to take in the fresh air, enjoy epic views, and experience the thrill of exploring. But the most important thing to do, relax and enjoy a little bit of the mountain vibes.

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The MtnMisfits Podcast is where Vida and Radd share their life of outdoor adventure…together!

We're hikers, fitness fiends, nature lovers, and life partners living the mountain life! On this podcast, you'll hear our adventures, gear reviews, trips to our favorite places, and all things outdoors lifestyle. Join us to take in the fresh air, enjoy epic views, and experience the thrill of exploring. But the most important thing to do, relax and enjoy a little bit of the mountain vibes.

    Slipping Into Spring

    Slipping Into Spring

    Let's talk about COVID, the world's ugliest orchid, and slipping on the ice.

    Howdy and Winter Hiking Glacier National Park

    Howdy and Winter Hiking Glacier National Park

    After taking a winter hiking trip to Glacier National Park, we are back home and ready to introduce ourselves to you in our first episode of the MtnMisfits Podcast!

    The Hike

    Climbing from the get-go, the trail to Fish Lake passes through an old-growth forest of red cedar, and western hemlock, which transitions to a dense spruce-fir forest as the trail ascends. Less than a mile from the trailhead, you enter the burned area from the 2017 Sprague Fire. Starting with a lightning strike on August 10 on the north side of Sprague Creek, the wildfire burned 16,982 acres over 2 months and destroyed the Sperry Chalet.

    After hiking a shade more than 1.5 miles, you arrive at the Mt. Brown Trail junction, head to the right for a few hundred yards until you reach the Snyder Lake Trail junction. From here you cross over Snyder Creek by a great little bridge called Crystal Ford. From here it is a straight shot to Fish Lake through a beautiful spruce-fir forest.

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