96 episodes

Learn how top outdoor athletes, adventurers, and entrepreneurs build their lifestyles, careers, and businesses while in pursuit of adventure, purpose, and stoke!

This show is for you if you're passionate about the outdoors, if you live for adventure, and if you can't help but lean into your wild passions and "what if" creative ideas.

Hosted by Jonathan Ronzio and Emily Holland.

The Stokecast Jonathan Ronzio, Emily Holland

    • Wilderness
    • 4.7, 195 Ratings

Learn how top outdoor athletes, adventurers, and entrepreneurs build their lifestyles, careers, and businesses while in pursuit of adventure, purpose, and stoke!

This show is for you if you're passionate about the outdoors, if you live for adventure, and if you can't help but lean into your wild passions and "what if" creative ideas.

Hosted by Jonathan Ronzio and Emily Holland.

    95: How To Recreate Responsibly Outdoors with Access Fund Executive Director Chris Winter

    95: How To Recreate Responsibly Outdoors with Access Fund Executive Director Chris Winter

    Chris Winter is the Executive Director of the Access Fund. As the leader and operations manager of the organization works closely with the board of directors, staff, and partners to fulfill on Access Fund's mission to keep climbing areas open and conserve the climbing environment.

    Access Fund is on a mission to keep climbing areas open and conserve the climbing environment. In this episode, learn how you can help. But also, hear how the pandemic has impacted the fund, and how they plan to tackle reopening of our protected, and precious, climbing areas.

    Connect with Chris on LinkedIn

    Learn more about the Access Fund

    • 59 min
    94: Duct Tape, Beer, & The Decisions That Fuel The Creative Process - with Becca Cahall

    94: Duct Tape, Beer, & The Decisions That Fuel The Creative Process - with Becca Cahall

    Becca Cahall is the co-founder and CEO of adventure media company Duct Tape Then Beer. 

    DTTB is known for projects such as The Dirtbag Diaries, Safety Third, Running Thoughts, Solar Detroit, Big World, Follow Through, and This Is Bears Ears. From podcasts to virtual reality and everything in between, Duct Tape Then Beer has been on the forefront of immersive storytelling in the outdoor industry, not allowing impactful narratives to ever be confined to one medium.

    In this episode, we dig into Becca's beginnings, how she accidentally co-founded this media powerhouse, and how she thinks about building teams, decision-making, and the creative process.

    Learn more at https://www.ducttapethenbeer.com/ 

    • 1 hr
    93: Unleashing Laser Focus On Your Creative Hustle, with Alex Strohl

    93: Unleashing Laser Focus On Your Creative Hustle, with Alex Strohl

    Alex Strohl is a Madrid-born, French photographer, based in Whitefish, Montana. His work is characterized by his extraordinary travels and instead of creating contrived scenes, Strohl creates authentic moments and captures them as they unfold before him—continually blurring the lines between work and life. 

    Strohl's photography has been featured in prestigious publications such as Forbes, Vanity Fair, and Gentleman's Journal; his client lists includes dozens of household names. He is the founder of Strohl Works, creator of The Nooq, and Co-Founder of Stay & Wander.

    Connect with Alex on Instagram or learn more about his work and projects at alexstrohl.com

    • 1 hr 1 min
    92: How To Get Up After You Fall, with Xavier De Le Rue

    92: How To Get Up After You Fall, with Xavier De Le Rue

    Xavier de le Rue is a world-renowned big mountain snowboarder raised in the Pyrenees and based in Verbier, Switzerland. This three-time Freeride World Tour champion helped establish big mountain snowboarding as we know it, systematically ticking off some of the steepest and most mind-boggling descents in the world.

    His film projects include This Is My Winter, White Noise, The Sky Piercer, and you’ve seen him featured in Jeremy Jones’ Deeper, Further, Higher series or on epic magazine covers for Transworld and White Lines.

    He’s also constantly pushing the boundaries of product design in the sport, leaving his innovative mark on boots, bindings, and even whistles. Now, Xavier is focusing on sharing his knowledge of the steep, gnarly, and deep in his How To XV YouTube series.

    In this conversation, we get a more casual Xavier tuning in from his mountain home amid the quarantine to share candid stories, family moments, and his truest motivations.

    Learn more about Xavier and his pursuits at xavierdelerue.com

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    • 1 hr 2 min
    91: How to Find Work That Makes You Come Alive, with Ami Vitale

    91: How to Find Work That Makes You Come Alive, with Ami Vitale

    Nikon Ambassador and National Geographic magazine photographer, Ami Vitale, has traveled to more than 100 countries, bearing witness not only to violence and conflict but also to surreal beauty and the enduring power of the human spirit.

    Throughout the years, Ami has lived in mud huts and war zones, contracted malaria, and donned a panda suit— keeping true to her belief in the importance of “living the story.”  In 2009, after shooting a powerful story on the transport and release of one the world’s last white rhinos, Ami shifted her focus to today’s most compelling wildlife and environmental stories.

    Follow Ami on Instagram @amivitale

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    • 1 hr 7 min
    90: How to Save the Outdoors, with Protect Our Winters Executive Director Mario Molina

    90: How to Save the Outdoors, with Protect Our Winters Executive Director Mario Molina

    Learn what Mario Molina and Protect Our Winters are working on to rally the Outdoor State and bring our community together for a passion-centered purpose—to combat climate change and protect the places we love to play.

    Explore the work of POW Alliance athletes, creatives, scientists, and brands, and learn what actions you can take, even from home, even amid the global pandemic, to pursue progress and turn your passion into action.

    About Mario Molina:

    "An avid alpinist, snowboarder, mountain biker, guide, and life adventurer, Molina previously served as international director at The Climate Reality Project, where he designed the organization’s climate leadership training and oversaw its post-Paris Agreement international strategy. Prior to his work at Climate Reality, Molina led strategy and programs as deputy director at the Alliance for Climate Education (ACE)."

    Join the conversation in The Stokecast member Facebook group

    Get involved with POW at protectourwinters.org

    • 58 min

Customer Reviews

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195 Ratings

195 Ratings

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Jonathan, Emily,

I can’t yet claim to be the Super Fan that’s checked off every episode, but I have listened to more than enough to appreciate your authenticity, thoughtfulness, and passion.

I’ve always been quite fired up about this crazy adventure that we call life, but listening to your podcast stokes my fire even more and pushes me to continue looking for new ways to burn brighter.

I know you can’t reply to these reviews, but don’t worry. I hear your appreciation and all I ask is that you continue to share your love of adventure in whatever ways possible.

Peace✌🏼

- Jeremy

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