Howdy Roamers and thanks for joining us for another episode of the Right To Roam Podcast. Lace up the boots and ready your packs for this episode as Lee, Sam and Adam are joined by accomplished distance runner, through hiker and outdoorsman, Andrew Skurka. In an earlier episode of the podcast Lee and Sam had, unbeknownst to them, referenced Andrew as the weird unprepared hiker they’d met along the Continental Divide while they were trapping grizzly bears. Thanks to a listener, we were able to connect with Andrew and have this great conversation that covers what drives one to hike for thousands of miles, what an ultra-light pack can really look like, and how backpack hunting and through hiking are similar and different.
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