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Episode 030: Hiking Year in Review with Oddbjørn Austevik and Chase Tucker - HIKE OR DIE Outdoor Adventure Podcast

Episode 030: Hiking Year in Review with Oddbjørn Austevik and Chase Tucker - HIKE OR DIE Outdoor Adventure Podcast

December 23, 2020

Previous HODcast guests Landscape Photographer Oddbjørn Austevik and Mountain Training Specialist Chase Tucker join us again for our last episode of 2020. We catch up on all of their adventures since we last spoke, our 2020 hiking highlights and a whole bunch of other things from moose sausage to filming glaciers and hiking across Spain. It's a fun format that we've been wanting to experiment with for some time. Let us know what you think and until next year, stay safe and get out into the wilderness.

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Episode 029: Ross McGibbon - Dangerous Snake Photographer - HIKE OR DIE Outdoor Adventure Podcast

Episode 029: Ross McGibbon - Dangerous Snake Photographer - HIKE OR DIE Outdoor Adventure Podcast

November 27, 2020

Ross McGibbon is without a doubt the most qualified guy I can think of to photograph dangerous and deadly snakes. Yes, he knows his way around a camera, but it's his previous experience as a snake catcher and his love for this reptile that makes him the perfect candidate.

In this episode, Ross expresses his appreciation and fascination for snakes and other reptiles. It's hard to talk to him and not take some of that enthusiasm onboard, but on top of that, he removes a lot of false fears associated with snakes and their behaviours and exposes them for the beautiful reptiles that they are.

If you can't stand snakes, you need to listen to this episode and if you love snakes, well this one's for you.

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Episode 028: Dwayne Bannon-Harrison - Indigenous Culture Awareness Educator - Hike or Die Outdoor Adventure Podcast

Episode 028: Dwayne Bannon-Harrison - Indigenous Culture Awareness Educator - Hike or Die Outdoor Adventure Podcast

November 5, 2020

Indigenous Australian and Culture Awareness Educator, Dwayne Bannon-Harrison is our guest on this episode and gives us an insight into the oldest living civilisation in the world. Given his professional background, it's no surprise that he slides straight into "Teacher" mode to help us all understand how precious his culture is to Australia and the rest of the globe.

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Episode 027: Soldiers for Wildlife - John Garcia - Hike or Die Outdoor Adventure Podcast

Episode 027: Soldiers for Wildlife - John Garcia - Hike or Die Outdoor Adventure Podcast

August 1, 2020

Navy veteran John Garcia is the founder of anti-poaching organisation Soldiers for Wildlife. His commitment to wildlife conservation in Africa is immediately evident as soon as you begin a conversation with him. John takes us on a dark journey into the world of poaching and the Black Market but also how he is helping to train and educate local villagers and starting to see the positive results of his efforts.
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Episode 026: Mountain climber and Adventurer Tom Fabbri - Hike or Die Outdoor Adventure Podcast

Episode 026: Mountain climber and Adventurer Tom Fabbri - Hike or Die Outdoor Adventure Podcast

July 24, 2020

Tom Fabbri's journey to complete the Seven Summits (that's summiting the tallest peak on every continent) is almost complete as he sets his sights on Mt Everest. The more we got to know Tom throughout the podcast, the more we discovered a journey that's been everything but easy. This Author, Pilot, trained Chef, business entrepreneur and modern day adventurer had a lot of valuable insights and advice that he openly shared with us.
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Episode 025: Hiking Training Specialist Chase Tucker - Hike or Die Outdoor Adventure Podcast

Episode 025: Hiking Training Specialist Chase Tucker - Hike or Die Outdoor Adventure Podcast

June 6, 2020

Chase Tucker loves preparing climbers and hikers for the mountains. As soon as you begin talking to him it's quite obvious. He also has an extensive knowledge of the kind of mobility required to tackle the kind of terrain you find in the wilderness. He's a mountain training specialist but as we found out, there's a lot more layers to Chase than a stereotypical fitness trainer. We get pretty deep on a whole bunch of topics from Wim Hof breathing to dopamine fasting and even journal writing.
It was a very enjoyable podcast to present and we were privileged to share so much time with him. If you want to connect both your mental and physical attributes to better conquer the mountains, then this may just be the episode for you.
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Episode 024: Live Q&A - Hike or Die Outdoor Adventure Podcast

Episode 024: Live Q&A - Hike or Die Outdoor Adventure Podcast

May 23, 2020

In our first live Q&A we answer all the hiking questions thrown at us by the audience at the same time as trying to produce our usual podcast segments. Being questioned in a live format was a little daunting for both of us but I think we made it through unscathed for the most part. Some really interesting questions came up about hiking, fitness, trail food and solo hiking as well as some great input from the viewers on various topics.
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Episode 023: GOOD VIBES ONLY - Hike or Die Outdoor Adventure Podcast

Episode 023: GOOD VIBES ONLY - Hike or Die Outdoor Adventure Podcast

April 4, 2020

Given the current state of the world, we thought it was more important than ever to bring you some outdoor news and stories to help pass some time and keep you positive.

In this episode we cover some feel-good stories that have come out of the recent Australian bushfires, walking sharks and dinosaur trees. We also give you some ideas for great outdoor related books to read and a solid list of spectacular adventure video content to watch. We even slip a couple of bits of hiking gear into the conversation that you might want to get your hands on the in the future.

Stay safe friends and we hope this episode can bring you a few laughs.

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Episode 022: 2019 Hiking Year in Review - Hike or Die Outdoor Adventure Podcast

Episode 022: 2019 Hiking Year in Review - Hike or Die Outdoor Adventure Podcast

December 22, 2019

We've had a huge year filled with hiking adventures and getting into the outdoors. We've also had a huge year brining you all the guests, news, stories, films, books and gear we could find.

In this episode, we revisit our favourite hikes, podcast moments and everything in between from the fantastic year that was 2019. We also discuss our learnings and what we'll take forward into next year.

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Episode 021: A Year in the Wilderness with Claire Dunn - Hike or Die Outdoor Adventure Podcast

Episode 021: A Year in the Wilderness with Claire Dunn - Hike or Die Outdoor Adventure Podcast

December 13, 2019

After reading her book 'My Year Without Matches' it was a privilege to have Claire Dunn as a guest on the podcast and have the opportunity to really dig deep into her learnings and experience. We delve into her 12 months spent in the Australian Wilderness but also into her views on what we can learn from Mother Nature. Claire shares her wealth of knowledge with us in addition to many, many interesting stories and observations from her travels.

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