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Inquisitive women in the outdoors, on the road, and besides. A podcast for and about women who are inspired by time spent outside.

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http://www.she-explores.com/podcast
Description
Inquisitive women in the outdoors, on the road, and besides. A podcast for and about women who are inspired by time spent outside.
Language
🇬🇧 English
last modified
2019-01-23 18:52
last episode published
2019-01-23 05:30
publication frequency
9.81 days
Contributors
Gale Straub owner  
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Explicit
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Number of Episodes
98
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Society & Culture Sports & Recreation Places & Travel Outdoor Arts

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Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
23.01.2019

96 - Trust the Timing: Ski Mountaineer Caroline Gleich

Caroline Gleich is a ski mountaineer who knows the meaning of scary but rewarding: whether she's climbing 8,000 meter mountains in the Himalayas or anticipating her future as an adventure-seeking wife and mom. Plus, we catch up with Karen Wang two year...
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16.01.2019

95 - Reading a River: Heather Hansman

Heather Hansman went on a solo pack rafting adventure for the sake of conservation. Paddling the 730 mile Green River, she learned about the future of water in the west and documented her journey in her upcoming book, Downriver.
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19.12.2018

94 - Looking Forward in Our Outdoor Lives

What we're looking forward to in our outdoor lives.
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12.12.2018

93 - The Luckiest: Hannah Andry

Ask Hannah Andry, and she’ll tell you she feels like the luckiest girl in the world. She’s in love, she has a new dog and easy access to the White Mountains of New Hampshire. She’s also had two heart surgeries within the last year. Hannah’s is a story ...
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5.12.2018

92 - Quitting can be a Kindness: Nicole Antoinette

Nicole Antoinette quit her thru hike of the Pacific Crest Trail after about 1,600 miles and she's ok with calling it a failure. In fact, Nicole questions why we have to choose either success or failure. Can't we be kinder with ourselves? Can't we set o...
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28.11.2018

91 - Postpartum: Kristina Frost

Becoming a new mom has changed the way Kristina Frost experiences the outdoors. And she's realizing, it's not better or worse - it's just different. We talk to Kristina before and after she takes her two-month-old daughter Emma camping for the very fir...
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21.11.2018

90 - What We Have to Give

What we have (and want) to give to ourselves and to others is often clarified through time outside.
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14.11.2018

89 - Lost & Found

Lost in the mountains is a vulnerable place to be. Lydia Sturgis shares her experience losing the trail for a night in the Beartooth Mountains of Montana, and heli nurse Krista Elkins gives advice for both how to prevent getting lost and what to do if ...
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7.11.2018

88 - Alone with Her Thoughts on the Welsh Coastal Path: Hiranya de Alwis Jayasinghe

Hiranya de Alwis Jayasinghe set out to be the first "BAME" woman in the United Kingdom to thru hike the Welsh Coastal Trail. She didn't achieve her goal, but after 570 miles on foot, she could hear herself loud and clear.
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24.10.2018

87 - Down with Adventure: Melody Forsyth

Pregnant with her daughter Ruby, Melody Forsyth thought hiking would be her "last hurrah" when she found out Ruby has Down Syndrome. Turns out, it was just the beginning.
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17.10.2018

86 - Nature as a Disruptive Force for Queer Youth: Elyse Rylander

Elyse Rylander is the founder and executive director of OUT There Adventures, a nonprofit dedicated to empower queer young people through their connection with the natural world. Elyse believes nature is a disruptive force for queer youth and hopes to ...
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10.10.2018

85 - Leading with Humility: Tsedo Sherpa-Ednalino

Tsedo Sherpa-Ednalino is the COO of Sherpa Adventure Gear. Leading with humility and flexibility is part of her Sherpa heritage, and doing so is integral to her life as an executive and a mother.
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26.09.2018

84 - Lightening Trauma's Invisible Weight on the Trail: Sydney Williams

Sydney Williams is more than a weight loss story, or an outdoors person with Type II diabetes, or a trauma survivor. But hiking the Trans-Catalina trail the second time helped her put it all together.
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19.09.2018

83 - Bike Touring is About More Than Just Bikes: Mary Ann Thomas

Mary Ann Thomas loves bike touring because it's accessible, it helps her care for her body, it connects her with people she might not otherwise meet, and it has helped her express the truest parts of herself.
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12.09.2018

82 - Nature Up Close: Science Illustrator Kristin Link

Kristin Link is a science illustrator and an artist living off the grid in McCarthy, Alaska. She shares about her life there, why she loves helping people see the natural world up close through science illustration, and her tips for applying to artist-...
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5.09.2018

81 - Venturing in the Mountains and in Business: Georgina Miranda

Georgina Miranda lives mindfully in business and while pursuing the Explorer Grand Slam: standing on the highest summits in each continent as well as the North and South Pole. The founder of She Ventures and Altitude 7 shares how years spent summiting ...
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22.08.2018

80 - The Musical Mountaineers

Anastasia and Rose hike their violin and keyboard, respectfully, into the mountains of Washington to play music to greet the rising sun. In doing so, they hope to inspire others to share their own gifts with the world.
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15.08.2018

79 - Grandma's Ride

Taryn's grandma Carol went on a bike tour in 1944 with her girlfriend Billie. We hear from Carol about the "ordinary adventure" she took at home during World War II.
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8.08.2018

78 - Sharing Wisdom: Cheryl Strayed & Anna Brones

Cheryl Strayed never planned on giving advice professionally and doesn't love a guru, but she agrees with Anna Brones that everyone has wisdom to bestow upon others. The key is to seek as much as you share.
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1.08.2018

77 - Because Trails Inspire: Sirena Rana Dufault

Sirena Rana Dufault is an expert on trails, but that hasn't always been the case: hers is a hard-won expertise born of patience. Trails inspired her to persevere through the chronic pain of fibromyalgia, develop an intimate relationship with her newfou...
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25.07.2018

76 - Something New

What’s up with the over-the-top uncertainty we sometimes feel when we try something new? We share two women’s stories of trying new things in spite of self-doubt or feeling like they won’t measure up.
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18.07.2018

75 - The Story of an Adventure Friendship

This is the story of how Gretchen Powers and Alexandra Roberts became adventure partners. It's also about what it means to be an adventure friend, and how you might find one, too.
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11.07.2018

74 - Solo (But Not Quite Alone)

Your stories of spending time solo in the outdoors. Including a bikepacker, a so-called fat hiker, an aspiring astronaut, an extrovert, two med students, and a backcountry paddler, in short - you and me.
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4.07.2018

73 - How to Be a Role Model: Mirna Valerio

Ultrarunner Mirna Valerio is a role model for many because by doing what she loves, she shows others what is possible. She’s modeling being a black, fat girl running, moving her body up and over mountains.
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27.06.2018

72 - Fifty Years as an Outdoor Entrepreneur: Sheri Tingey

Sheri Tingey has been making gear in the outdoor industry for the past 50 years, and she's done a lot of it with her own two hands. Learn about what drives her to solve problems, how she learned the important lesson of slowing down, and what happened a...
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20.06.2018

71 - DIY: Advocating for Parks Near and Far

A beginner's guide of sorts to advocating for land we can all love and enjoy. This week, we’re back camping with Amanda Machado, the National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA), and 13 women who are passionate about learning about championing public...
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13.06.2018

70 - Breaking Ground for Others

Ever feel like you're alone in your relationship with the outdoors? Join a group of women who are leading the way in their communities by spending time outside and breaking ground for others to do the same.
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6.06.2018

69 - One Step at a Time: Karla Amador

Could a hike a week change your life? Interview with Karla Amador, co-founder of 52 Hike Challenge. We talk about why she chose to hike 52 times in a year, how It helped clarify what she wanted out of work and life, and how a feeling of accomplishment ...
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30.05.2018

68 - Perfectly Capable of Climbing: Kareemah Batts

Kareemah Batts is a cancer survivor and the founder of Adaptive Climbing Group. After finding climbing after losing part of her leg to cancer, Kareemah wanted to share the feeling she has on the wall with others. She's done with sympathy, she just want...
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23.05.2018

67 - Fat and Outdoorsy: Jenny Bruso

Jenny Bruso is the founder of Unlikely Hikers. Her work is rooted in her belief that there is room for every body on the trail.
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16.05.2018

66 - Finding Nature in the In-Between: Simone Martin-Newberry

Simone Martin-Newberry is a plant person. And the attention she pays to flora has led to her discovery that contrary to what most media would have you believe, nature is everywhere - especially if you're open to finding it.
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9.05.2018

65 - Playing to Her Strengths

In climbing, it's key trust yourself and your community. Discover what it's like to attend the Flash Foxy Women's Climbing Festival through the ears of a beginner. Jaymie Shearer takes us to Bishop, CA to climb, contemplate, and learn some life lesson...
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25.04.2018

64 - When You Just Have to Laugh

Those moments on the trail when you just have to laugh because it's the only way forward. Live storytelling of mishaps in the outdoors and an interview with Marielle Cowdin of Oregon Wild. Recorded at the Columbia Flagship store in Portland, OR.
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18.04.2018

63 - Risk Takers

What happens when we take risks when we’re spending time outside? How does it pay off and when does it backfire? These are your stories of taking risks in the outdoors.
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11.04.2018

62 - All In: Sarah Menzies

Sarah Menzies is all in. Whether it's her adventure documentary film career or her relationships, Sarah is fully committed to following through on giving back to others. Sarah’s story is about what she would do for her many loves, and in turn, and what...
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4.04.2018

61 - Offline: In Open Air

What happens when we go offline for a camping and hiking trip in the Olympic Peninsula with a plein air painter and a food blogger? We get really inspired.
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28.03.2018

60 - HumaNature: The Hunt

Jessi Johnson is a bowhunter and a public lands advocate. This week we're presenting a story from the HumaNature podcast about how one backcountry trip lead her on a heartbreaking odyssey.
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21.03.2018

59 - The Girls behind 'Granite Gals'

Sisters Alex and Sage Herr have been summiting peaks in the White Mountains since they were 5 years old. Now 15 and almost 13, respectively, their enthusiasm for hiking has remained the same as ever. Proof that for all the activities we grow out of in ...
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7.03.2018

58 - Are you allowed to change your dream?

Maybe it's a list of mountains to climb, or debt to repay, or a family to grow - we all tuck dreams in the back of our minds. And yet the older we get, the more we realize that life gets in the way. Many of us end up looking in the mirror and asking th...
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28.02.2018

57 - Abuela Afuera: Grandmother Outside

Caro Luevanos-Garcia believes the key to closing the gaps between generations can be found in the outdoors. And she also believes the inverse: that people across generations can find the outdoors with the help of each other.
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21.02.2018

56: An (Adventure) Book Club for the 21st Century

A book is often just a jumping off point to talk about other topics we care deeply about. In this episode, we bring mountain guide and writer Charlotte Austin's Adventure Grapes Online Book Club to life. Along with Charlotte and outdoor author Shawnté ...
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14.02.2018

55 - What They Have In Common: Pure Land

Interview with Annette McGivney, author of Pure Land. When she says she has something in common with a murderer, she’s right. And she also has something in common with a tourist from Japan, as well as the American landscape. Annette's is a story of tr...
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31.01.2018

54 - Fifty Plus

What is it like to enjoy the outdoors after the age of 50? We asked and you answered.
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24.01.2018

53 - Native Connection to the Land: Jaylyn Gough

Interview with Jaylyn Gough, Navajo outdoors woman and founder of Native Women's Wilderness. Jaylyn has found strength and healing in the outdoors in her life: in fact, it's come second nature. She talks about why she shares her connection with the lan...
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17.01.2018

52 - Commitment and Community: Nicole Brown

Nicole Brown is founder of Women Who Hike. In October, she set out to hike Southern California's three highest mountains in 24 hours. Nicole was confident leading up to the challenge, but very little went according to plan. Learn about the power of ...
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10.01.2018

51 - Never Too Late to Become a Mountain Nomad

After 15 years working a practicing lawyer, Marinel de Jesus decided to leave her legal career to pursue her love of the mountains and run her trekking company, Peak Explorations, full time. Marinel’s is a story of great cultural expectations: after a ...
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13.12.2017

50 - Her Legacy

We travel to Torres del Paine National Park in Patagonia to create a story about the visible impact we leave behind on the country we live in and the countries we visit.
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6.12.2017

49 - Great Lakes, Greater Goals: Traci Lynn Martin

Traci Lynn Martin is currently attempting two big goals: 1) to set a new world record for number of miles paddled in a surfski kayak 2) to be the first to circumnavigate all 5 Great Lakes in that kayak within 12 months. These are seriously big goals, b...
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29.11.2017

48 - Where is Wilderness?

Last winter Emma Hayward reached out to ask Gale, "What does wilderness mean to you?" Emma was working on her senior thesis project. As an environmental science major with a love for the ocean, she wanted to dig into not only the "what" of wilderness, ...
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22.11.2017

47 - Cerebral Palsy Strong: Katy Fetters

We talk with Katy Fetters, founder of the movement Cerebral Palsy Strong, about how she's found adaptability and vulnerability to be her strengths on the trail, overlanding in South America, and in every day life.
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