On this episode we debate the rise on the novice hiker and how it’s shaping our outdoor recreation. With little room for error in life altering scenarios, where does experience benefit the average hiker. This is a two-part series on the increase in interest in the outdoors and the impacts of these demands. Have recent events irreversibly saturated our trails and the outdoors?
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What we talk about:
We are going to Yellowstone
Search and Rescues are on the rise
Of course Scott was right on episode150 – “will the outdoors be the new normal”
Mother Nature is very welcoming, but don’t disrespect her
Experience means doing the same thing over and over.
Don’t quit Hiking
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