Episode 57: Rim-To-Rim-To-Rim

In Episode 57, Rand tells us about his recent Rim-to-Rim-to-Rim hike through the Grand Canyon in Arizona. This spring he hiked the 42 mile route in 12 hours starting at the South Rim at sunrise, tagging the North Rim by noon, and returning to his starting point near The Yavapai Lodge by sunset – logging more than 20K feet of elevation change while on the trail.

In the podcast, Rand tells us about the backcountry experience – with suggestions on how and when to hike the route and intel on what to expect while you are on the Trail.  So click below for the show or track us down on Spotify.  We just launched the podcast series this week on their network.

Subject: Rim-to-Rim-to-Rim
Interviewees: Rand
Interview Date: November 1, 2018
Runtime: 1:01:27

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Comments

  1. Julee Hawj says:

    I love your podcast. But it was a bit frustrating with your previous audio problems. I used to only be able to listen to your podcast with headphones on. I’m so excited you’ve got yourself a studio!! The audio was amazing on your last podcast “RIM TO RIM TO RIM”. Please keep putting out new podcast. Looking forward to your new stuff!

    • BirdShooter says:

      Thanks for the feedback. Yes … the new studio was overdue and is a big improvement. Now I just have to master recording around the campfire. Capturing 3-5 people as they sit in the backcountry is a bit of a challenge, and lugging 10 lbs of audio equipment on a backpacking trip isn’t realistic. Hopefully tech advancements will catch up with us at some point. Glad you enjoy the show. Should have another podcast out in a few weeks. Best wishes, BirdShooter

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