27 episodes

The RunOut Podcast



The RunOut climbing podcast is a lateral discussion of the vertical world, with hosts Chris Kalous (host of The Enormocast podcast) and Andrew Bisharat (climbing journalist, Evening Sends, National Geographic) discussing current events and issues shaping the sport of climbing. Everything from mountaineering, bouldering, sport climbing, big-wall and your grandaddy's trad all covered. Our goal with this experiment in podcasting is to provide easily digestible doses of climbing conversation that we hope you'll find interesting, funny, informative, and makes you feel like you’re sitting around the campfire with us. Now pass the whiskey. ...

The RunOut Podcast The RunOut Podcast

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9, 137 Ratings

The RunOut Podcast



The RunOut climbing podcast is a lateral discussion of the vertical world, with hosts Chris Kalous (host of The Enormocast podcast) and Andrew Bisharat (climbing journalist, Evening Sends, National Geographic) discussing current events and issues shaping the sport of climbing. Everything from mountaineering, bouldering, sport climbing, big-wall and your grandaddy's trad all covered. Our goal with this experiment in podcasting is to provide easily digestible doses of climbing conversation that we hope you'll find interesting, funny, informative, and makes you feel like you’re sitting around the campfire with us. Now pass the whiskey. ...

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
137 Ratings

137 Ratings

Matt Desenberg ,

Great compliment to the interview-based Enormocast

Interesting commentary on climbing current events. Great show!

COSladie ,

A treat to listen to

I love this podcast! I listen to Enormocast as well, but enjoy this one to keep me up to speed in the climbing world.

Portland1031 ,

Sick!

This podcast is sick! I love listening to Chris and Andrew waxing poetically about the important topics in current climbing news. Also if you have not checked out the Enormocast and want to instantly climb harder it is guaranteed to bump you up at least one grade!! Thanks gentlemen keep up the good work.

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