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G.O. Get Outside: The Podcast is a radio-style interview show for people who like to get outdoors or would like to get outdoors. Hell, it may even be a show for people who don’t know they want to get outdoors. Yet. Too busy? Think you don’t have time for frivolous outside crap? Poppycock! Each episode of G.O. delves into the outdoor lifestyle of some everyday schmo who probably has more in common with you than you think. Whether you are BASE jumping off a flying unicorn or hiking around your neighborhood in between diaper changes, you have a place here. Pop open your podcast machine and give it a listen. Maybe it will stoke some embers you didn’t know were burning.

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G.O. 064 – Kevin Heiden

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G.O. Get Outside Podcast Episode 064 – Kevin Heiden, Canyon Newbie Gets Legit

Kevin Heiden grew up in Chatsworth, CA where he squandered his twenties. As he moved into his thirties, he realized he needed to change his life. A backpacking trip ignited a desire for exploration and adventure. Soon he discovered canyoneering and became completely enamored. He and Jason squatted amongst the rocks of Stoney Point one morning and discussed the ways canyoneering has improved Kevin’s life, his outlook, and his disposition even though Nerf Herder Canyon almost ruined everything.


LINKS:

instagram.com/canyoneer_x/

uberadventures.net
meetup.com
inwegocanyoneering.com

ropewiki.com
Nerf Herder Canyon: ropewiki.com/Nerf_Herder_Canyon

Jason’s Fall Story: fourchinnigan.com/blog/?p=792
Lower Salmon Rabbit Hole: vimeo.com/228165686

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G.O. 063 – Olivia Round

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G.O. Get Outside Podcast Episode 063 – Facing Fears by Touring With Olivia Round

Olivia Round has had a deep-seated fear of men and sexual assault for her entire life. Fed up with the way this anxiety interfered with her daily life, she sought a solution. At 21, Olivia rode her bicycle 5,000 miles across the United States—alone. She and Jason spoke over Skype one morning about this journey, her path to healing, penning a memoir, and Russian mystics.


LINKS:

Olivia’s Website: oliviaround.org
Her Article at Adventure Cycling Association: adventurecycling.org/resources/blog/it-aint-so-bad-being-vulnerable/
Indiegogo Campaign: indiegogo.com/projects/olivia-round-s-original-designs-fitness-women#/

adventurecycling.org
warmshowers.org

 

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G.O. 062 – Bikepacking & Touring

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G.O. Get Outside Podcast Episode 062 – Roundtable: Bikepacking & Touring

Traveling multiple days on a bicycle opens up a realm of adventures not possible by car or foot. Jason grills four bicycle enthusiasts: Nate, Nils, Lauren, and Megan about the realm of bikepacking and touring. They cover the various technical aspects, the draw of two wheels, the importance of sturdy chairs, and the dangers of hitting Nate with a car.


LINKS:

She Wolf Attack Team (SWAT): shewolfattackteam.com
Echo Park Bike Posse (EPBP): facebook.com/echoparkbikeposse
Rogue Panda Designs: roguepanda.com
Revelate Designs: revelatedesigns.com
Swift Industries: builtbyswift.com
Adventure Cycling Association: adventurecycling.org
Tom Harrison Maps: tomharrisonmaps.com
Google Earth: google.com/earth/
Safety Pizza: safetypizza.com
Crazy Guy on a Bike: crazyguyonabike.com
Rails to Trails: railstotrails.org
Katy Trail: bikekatytrail.com

bikepacking.com
theradavist.com
strava.com
boyzonthehoods.com
bajadivide.com

instagram.com/lauren_grababrewski/
instagram.com/meganrosedonuts/
instagram.com/c_baller/
instagram.com/frankwithoutbeans/

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G.O. 061 – Ryan Dacey

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G.O. Get Outside Podcast Episode 061 – Ryan Dacey, Taco Del Montana

Ryan “Taco” Dacey likes to live in the spaces in between. He prefers climbing the challenging choss betwixt established routes. He chooses the miserable gorge descents flanked by quality canyons. He selects suffering when comfort is the preferred option. Yet, his aptitude for joy reigns supreme and his willingness to share is unmatched. Ryan and Jason sat in a Pasadena park one afternoon discussing shitty rock, life by bicycle, surviving Fish Fork, Ragu sponsorships, and the dastardly Steller’s Jay.


LINKS:

instagram.com/tacodelmontana
Taco’s Blog: tacodelmontana.wordpress.com
San Gabriel Mountain Forums: eispiraten.com
Mountain Project: mountainproject.com/u/tacodelrio/106676210

Fish Fork:
ropewiki.com/Fish_Fork
tapatalk.com/groups/sangabrielmnts/fish-fork-canyoneering-t3092.html

Taco Del Rio: yelp.com/biz/taco-del-rio-la-puente

Get him sponsored: ragu.com

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G.O. 060 – Amanda Craft

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G.O. Get Outside Podcast Episode 060 – Land and Sea and Air, Amanda Craft is There

Amanda Craft is a consummate outdoor Renaissance Woman. Raised in California and summered in Colorado, she spent her youth on horseback or in nature. While trying to pad her professional resume during her college years, she began accidentally discovering the depths of her adventurous drive. Her explorations have taken her beneath the seas and earth, up and down its pinnacles, and flying and falling through its skies. She and Jason met on a Little Tujunga hillside one night to discuss her varied pursuits, the finer points of flight, the delectable bloodsicle, and the inspirations of “Rescuers Down Under.”


LINKS:

Amanda’s YouTube: youtube.com/user/pugfugget

Eagle paragliding: paragliding.com
Eco Dive Center: ecodivecenter.com
Bridge Day: officialbridgeday.com

Wildlife Waystation: wildlifewaystation.org

Shark Conservation:
finsattached.org
pewtrusts.org/en/projects/global-shark-conservation

Ocean and Juan Photos:
oneoceandiving.com/-juansharks-gallery.html
instagram.com/juansharks

Mine Gulch Beta: ropewiki.com/Mine_Gulch

 

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G.O. 059 – Matt Podolsky

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G.O. Get Outside Podcast Episode 059 – Wild Lens on Conservation With Matt Podolsky

Matt Podolsky grew up immersed in the New England outdoors, but it was an IMAX documentary he saw at an early age that changed his view of humanity’s place in nature. His career as a wildlife biologist working with California Condors led him into the realm of documentary production aimed at conservation. He co-founded Wild Lens, a non-profit committed to telling the stories of those dedicated to conservation issues worldwide. He and Jason talked over Skype about the challenges of documentary filmmaking, problems wildlife face, our place in the ecosystem of Earth, and his experiences using condors to locate human remains.


LINKS:

Wild Lens: wildlensinc.org
scavengerhuntfilm.com

Eyes on Conservation:
eyesonconservation.com
facebook.com/EyesOnConservation

Souls of the Vermilion Sea (vaquita project):
vaquitafilm.com
facebook.com/SoulsoftheVermilionSea

 

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G.O. 058 – The Monroys

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G.O. Get Outside Podcast Episode 058 – The Monroy Canyon Family

It’s the classic story where a country girl meets a city boy, they get married, start a family, and start rappelling down waterfalls around the world. Tale as old as time? Maybe not. Danielle and Brian Monroy discovered the adventure of canyoneering after a failed family backpacking trip when their children were on the cusp of adulthood. They now travel the globe exploring dry and water-filled gorges while giving back to their canyon community through leadership and stewardship. Jason met them at their home to drink lemonade, discuss the impact of canyons on their life, and reveal the reasons for Danielle’s disdain for blue webbing.


LINKS:

CAC: americancanyoneers.org

ZAC: zionadventures.com
Uber Adventures: uberadventures.net
ACA: canyonsandcrags.com
CUSA: canyoneeringusa.com
Canyoning in Italy: canyoningvalbodengo.com

Meetup.com
Canyon Beta: ropewiki.com
In We Go Canyoneering: inwegocanyoneering.com

Trans Zion Trek: citrusmilo.com/zionguide/transziontrek.cfm

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G.O. 057 – Steven Calcote

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G.O. Get Outside Podcast Episode 057 – Steven Calcote Stumbles Across the Globe

An artsy kid born in Kerrville, Texas and raised across the U.S. as a military brat, Steven Calcote always sought unique narratives and varied experiences. After moving to China for a work study program, he became enamored with seeing the world and finding the hidden places where untold stories lie. He one day realized that filmmaking was his ultimate calling eventually cofounding Butcher Bird Studios with Jason and three other artists. He and Jason sat in the park near their office one afternoon reliving Steven’s adventures and calamities worldwide, his early days in film production, and a tragic error in interactive storytelling during his senior year of high school.


LINKS:

butcherbirdstudios.com
facebook.com/butcherbirdstudios
vimeo.com/scalcote

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G.O. 056 – Corrina Peipon

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G.O. Get Outside Podcast Episode 056 – Walking Across Pangaea With Corrina Peipon

Corrina Peipon grew up in the bohemian world of Martha’s Vineyard immersed in art and nature. Chasing her passion for art carried her to the west coast where she eventually rediscovered the draw of the outdoors and the joys of backpacking. She founded Pangaea Outdoor Supply in 2016, a gear shop where she curates a selection of products that are effective and aesthetically pleasing. She and Jason sat in Pangaea HQ one breezy afternoon discussing how art and walking merged into Pangaea.


LINKS:

pangaeaoutdoorsupply.com
Mailing List: pangaeaoutdoorsupply.com/info
Instagram: instagram.com/pangaeaoutdoorsupply/
Facebook: facebook.com/pangaeaoutdoorsupply/
Days Store: days-la.com

Solo Hiking Story: thisisrange.com/going-it-alone-finding-solace-in-solitary-hiking/
Walk On Blog: soonerorlateritallgetsreal.blogspot.com

Ray Jardine’s Beyond Backpacking: rayjardine.com/ray-way/Books/Archived-Books/1999-Beyond-Backpacking/index.htm

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G.O. 055 – Caving

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G.O. Get Outside Podcast Episode 055 – Roundtable: Caving

Subterranean travel is an intriguing pursuit filled with its own rewards and challenges. Jason discusses the world of caving with four accomplished participants: Dav, Jen, Jerry, and Karl. They delve into how, why, responsibilities, dealing with the environment, managing human waste, finding unexplored caves, and a multitude of other questions.

LINKS:

G.O. Get Outside Caving Episode:
vimeo.com/94598141

G.O. 012 – Karl Domangue: gogetoutside.com/g-o-012-karl-domangue/
G.O. 041 – David Angel: gogetoutside.com/g-o-041-david-angel/

National Speleological Society: caves.org
Cave Research Foundation: cave-research.org
San Bernardino Search and Rescue: sbsar.org
SoCal Cave Rescue Team: instagram.com/cave_rescue/

Jen Hopper:
instagram.com/globehopperjen/
facebook.com/jennifer.hopper.7731

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