On episode 194 we discuss that Trail Depression is Real. We share personal thoughts on depression after a long distance or thru hike. Whether it’s the Appalachian Trail or the Pacific Crest Trail. Trail depression is very real. How did Scott overcome depression after his Appalachian Thru Hike and what did he learn. Per request from one of our listeners, Trail Depression after a thru hike is something to discuss.
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What We Talk About:
“Self Pride, then Self Doubt”
“I felt alone and couldn’t concentrate”
“Everything is going to be ok” Miss Janet
Nature humbles you for 5 months, stay humble!
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