What I Learned Hiking 2,650 Miles — Hunt Backcountry Podcast Episode 107
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What I Learned Hiking 2,650 Miles — Hunt Backcountry Podcast Episode 107

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We are all constantly trying to improve. We learn from each and every day spent in the field, pursuing what we love. Imagine if you could take several consecutive months and spend it “out there”. How much could you learn? Imagine how real, concrete, and true the lessons would be.

In this episode, we get to learn from someone that has had this experience. Emory Ronald (ByLand.co) hiked the Pacific Crest Trail this past year, and he joins us to share some of the lessons he learned on his journey of spending over 2,000 miles hiking through some of the best terrain that the West has to offer. We talk nutrition, gear, mindset, and more.

Also, Emory gave us the opportunity to get even more specific on the topic of lightening your pack weight in a new article on the Exo Mtn Gear blog…

Read “3 Free Ways to Lighten Your Pack”

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  • WalksLikeADeer

    What pack did you use on this hike and what did it weigh empty. Thanks.

  • Jake Landphier

    While Ibuprofen is an anti-inflammatory, it really messes with the gut bacteria and can cause inflammation. Talk to Cam Hanes about his Ibuprofen addiction and how he’s doing without using it. Plenty of other sources out there explaining it.