On Trails Worth Hiking, we bring you the most interesting backpacking and trekking routes in the world. Every trail has a story. In the first part of each episode, we tell you the stories behind the trail. In the second part, we tell you how to hike the trail. In each episode, guests who have hiked the trail join Jeremy, our host, to talk about the experience of hiking it. Join us on each episode as we hear the story, then hike the trail.
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Author Nadine Slavinski joins Jeremy to talk about her hike of the Laugavegur Trail in Iceland. This four-day adventure crosses a wide variety of beautiful terrain, including volcanic landscapes, glaciers, and verdant valleys. And learn about one o... more
Writer Elisha Rubacha of the blog Elisha Hikes joins Jeremy to talk about her thru hike of the Bruce Trail, Canada's oldest and longest marked footpath, which traverses the Niagara Escarpment in Ontario. With the help of some very generous trail ang... more
Listener Steph Lancaster joins Jeremy to talk about her hut-to-hut hike on the Appalachian Trail in Shenandoah National Park. This unique segment of the AT allows hikers to stay in lodges each night as they hike through a portion of Shenandoah Natio... more
Just listened to the BT episode interview with Elisha. Excellent job! Great interview and Elisha really articulated the experience of the trail and the role her relationship with her Mom played in the overall hike. I do the Peninsula section as a 15 year old in 1980 as part of an Outward Bound program. Can’t wait to hike it again.
And on the top of this, Jeremy is a naturally talented interviewer and a host. I learn a lot. I dream of the trails. I follow them on the map. Can’t wait for next episode. Just an incredible resource, this podcast. Jeremy, thank you so much for doing this !!!
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This was nice to listen to because we are currently planning to do this hike!
I am very impressed with the format of this podcast as it includes not only the specifics of many epic hikes/trips but also covers other interesting facts regarding the history and geology of the places. The locations are varied and international as well. It is perfect for hikers and backpackers who are also curious travelers.
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Trails Worth Hiking launched 3 years ago and published 41 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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