Welcome to the HBF Outdoors podcast. We hope you'll enjoy each episode as we bring you conversations from throughout the outdoor community and leaders in the industry. We'll be providing content that will lead you to make a difference while getting outdoors to explore life.
Should I Thruhike or Section Hike? That is the question....only you can answer.In this episode, I talk about a conversation I had when this question was presented to me. Check us out onInstagram - @hbfoutdoorswww.hbfoutdoors.com
Experiencing #LHX with Adam Nutting on the LHHT
May 11 2020 • 62 min
In this episode, I talk with fellow #LHX team member Adam Nutting of Campfire Stories about his experiences from #LHX2017 and #LHX2018. We talk about his adventures from Hell, Hike, and Raft.
Thru-hiking the Mid State Trail with Chad North, NorthxNorth
May 04 2020 • 57 min
In this episode I sit down with Chad North, Owner of NorthxNorth to talk about his 2019 Mid State Trail thru-hike as well as some big announcements his company recently made that will have a positive impact on our environment.
Problem vs. Solution, Learning from Others Interests, Upcoming guest: Chad North
May 01 2020 • 13 min
In this episode, I talk about problem vs. solution in the outdoors.I answer a listeners question regarding the name HBF Outdoors.And I announce my next guest, Chad North, Owner of NorthxNorth. I sit down to talk with him about his 2019 Mid State Trail...
Our Impact on Public Lands with Andrew Schroeder of Sasquatch Fuel
Apr 27 2020 • 57 min
Welcome to the HBF Outdoors Podcast!In this episode, I sit down with Andrew Schroeder, Co-owner of Sasquatch Fuel for an honest and open conversation about our impact on public lands and what they are doing to lead the way in making a difference on our...
The #LHX Project, #LHX2020 & What's Ahead
Apr 24 2020 • 14 min
Welcome to the HBF Outdoors Podcast!In this episode, I talk about #LHX2020 and how #LHX has evolved and been redefined over this past year. I explain what #LHX means, the direction it will be taking moving forward, and how you the outdoor community can...