Welcome to Sasquatch Backpacking! We will venture through the world of backpacking with a distinct focus on what it takes to be a big guy doing section hikes. Join me as we work to squash those stereotypes, review gear, and live some great stories!
IT'S ABOUT TIME! Thank you Gregory!
Join Alan and me as we sit down with John Sears. John is a VP at Gregory Mountain Products. We talk about GMP's new product line for people of diverse body sizes. We learn about who GMP is, why they decided to step outside the box by addressing this need, and when we can see these products hit the shelves. Be sure to check out our new Youtube channel Sasquatch Backpacking so you can see more about these products.
Hanging with SHUG!
Join me as we kick off 2021 and season 2 of Sasquatch Backpacking with Shug Emory. Shug and I talk life, NC BBQ, and hammocks. We discuss what newbies need to be considering when looking for their first hammock for backpacking!
A walk with WILD. Lets go to Katahdin!
Join Wild and I as we relive his 2020 thru-hike on the Appalachian Trail. We will discuss the challenges of 2020, what his favorites are, and how he got his trail name. Along with many other topics. Stay with us through the end for some special words from Wild, and understand what the trail is really all about. Put those shoes on tight and let's start walking!
Welcome to THE ROLLER COASTER! and remember "PLEASE REMAIN SEATED AT ALL TIMES"!
"PLEASE REMAIN SEATED AT ALL TIMES"........and join us as we take a look at the beginning of my backpack journey. Join Bryan (AKA Trip) and myself as we relive our first multinight AT adventure on the roller coaster.
From the Couch to the Trailhead
Welcome to episode 4. This week we talk about the big three to getting started from the viewpoint of the Hog Mollies. From the couch to the trailhead we talk about the physical aspect, the mental aspect, and busting those stereotypes. As always make...
The 5 BIGGEST mistakes I made at the beginning
Join me while I discuss the 5 biggest mistakes I made at the beginning. I'll discuss each topic and tell you where I am now with each one. I hope you enjoy and keep backpacking!
I appreciate the condor I have found in this podcast. It’s good to hear the perspective of any other “big and tall” backpacker. The struggle is real. Keep up the good work.