Van Sessions on the Ogden Outdoor Adventure Show, in a van down by the river behind Slackwater Pizzeria in association with Bank of Utah's TrailFest.
Ogden Outdoor Aventure Show 276 - Crimson Calamity
Discussion, insights, and perspective on recent climbing and mountaineering events with Derek DeBruin of Bear House Mountain Guiding. Plus, adventure news, On The Docket, Weekly Happy, Outdoor Jukebox, and Quote of the Week on this week's Ogden Outdoor Adventure Show Podcast!
An interview with two of the worlds most famous rock climbers, Alex Honnold and Cedar Wright, in a van down by the railroad tracks during the 10th Annual Ogden Climbing Festival - Presented by Black Diamond.
When it came time to choose between starting a new gig at Merrill Lynch, or hustling as young professional telemark skier, J.T. Robinson chose the latter. Full of self confidence, talent, and ingenuity, Robinson carved out a 10-year career on tele's before the 'AT Revolution' and a significant injury forced him to consider a career change. Now, Robinson is busy building Vertical Integration, a unique content creation company that will soon begin offering guiding services. You'll find Robinson rounding out his skill sets on his mountain bike and maybe soon on a standup paddleboard. A wealth of knowledge and a badass backcountry skier, we enjoyed getting to know this former Wisconson moguls slayer and now Ogden, Utah advocate.
Life as a pro telemark skier (interview with Ogden local J.T. Robinson), floating the rarely floatable Muddy Creek in the San Rafael Swell, and the new alcohol ban at Pineview and Causey passes, but what about all that trash?! "So pitted," Weekly Happy, Ogden Film Festival, and an Outdoor Jukebox on this mostly impromptu episode of the Ogden Outdoor Adventure Show! Enjoy!
But did you really climb it? We break in the new 1981 Tioga RV with a podcast!! Weekly Happy, On The Docket, In The News, Worth Watching, GEAR:30, Quote of the Week, and Outdoor Jukebox!! All this and more on Ogden Outdoor Adventure Show 273 - RV's and Everest!