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Your virtual outdoor guide Craig and I were in the middle of a lockdown last week as were (and still are) many others around Australia and the world. We thought it was pretty important to send out some good vibes, share some hiking and outdoor news and put our listeners onto a tonne of good films, documentaries and other great hiking and outdoor related content.  […]

EPISODE 034: Hiking News – Goats, Grizzly Bears, Fungi and New Trails – HIKE OR DIE OUTDOOR ADVENTURE PODCAST

Goats, bears and fungi In this episode we are recording from the front porch of a remote cabin right after returning from an overnight trip in the wilderness. We’ve wrangled all the recent hiking and outdoor related articles we possibly could and jammed them into a single episode. If you want to know why feisty goats are chasing hikers, our thoughts on hiking etiquette when […]

EPISODE 033: Shawn Peach – Adventure Cinematographer – HIKE OR DIE OUTDOOR ADVENTURE PODCAST

Heading Text Here Episode Spiel copy here Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Ut elit tellus, luctus nec ullamcorper mattis, pulvinar dapibus leo. INSTAGRAM: @shawnpeach Shawn Peach – Doing what he does best. LISTEN: iTunes Spotify Podbean Official Podcast sponsors: BLUEY MERINO An Australian-owned-and-operated Merino Activewear & Outdoor Clothing company. www.blueymerino.com RHEOS GEAR 100% Polarised, Floating Sunglasses www.rheosgear.com CARIBEE One of Australia’s most […]

EPISODE 031: Paul Barach – Hiking the Shikoku Pilgrimage – HIKE OR DIE OUTDOOR ADVENTURE PODCAST

Committed to completion Paul Barach is an adventurer and the author of ​’Fighting Monks and Burning Mountains: Misadventures on a Buddhist Pilgrimage‘, but as I mention in the podcast episode, it’s hard not to immediately put those labels on him and think that you have him worked out. However, the stories and motivations behind Paul’s adventures of hiking 1,200 kilometres across Japan (while completing the […]


2020 hiking year in review In our final podcast episode for 2020, we decided to close out with something different. We invited two previous podcast guests to return and hang out with us while we drank eggnog and recounted the year that was. Landscape photographer and film maker, Oddbjørn Austevik joined us from Norway and by pure coincidence, mountain climbing trainer and guide, Chase Tucker […]

EPISODE 029: Ross McGibbon – Dangerous Snake Photographer – HIKE OR DIE OUTDOOR ADVENTURE PODCAST

Face to face with danger The fear of being bitten by a snake is quite often cited as being the reason for many people not wanting to venture into the wilderness and explore. More often than not, we have made our minds polluted in a sense in regards to understanding snakes, their habits and most importantly, their motives. Too many fables, tall stories and misconceptions […]

Indigenous Australian Culture Educator - Dwayne Bannon-Harrison

EPISODE 028: Indigenous Culture Educator Dwayne Bannon-Harrison – HIKE OR DIE OUTDOOR ADVENTURE PODCAST

Bridging the culture gap It’s not often you have the opportunity to talk to a person as unique as Dwayne Bannon-Harrison, and I mean that from both a cultural and spiritual perspective. Dwayne’s heritage (his mother is of Irish decent and his father was an Indigenous Australian) sees him, as he would say, with one foot in the world of Australian Indigenous culture and the […]

EPISODE 027: Soldiers for Wildlife John Garcia – HIKE OR DIE OUTDOOR ADVENTURE PODCAST

The fight to protect wildlife When you talk to John Garcia, Navy veteran and founder of soldiersforwildlife.org, it doesn’t take long to realise that you are talking to a guy who has literally put aside everything in his life to focus on a single goal; protecting the endangered animals of Africa. Those animals include the Rhinos and Elephants illegally hunted and poached for their horns, […]