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Factor Two

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Wil Treasure | UKClimbing

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Factor Two is a climbing podcast with impact, brought to you by Wil Treasure and UKClimbing.com. It brings you the best climbing stories straight from the people at their heart - and the best climbing stories are always about a little bit more than just climbing. https://www.factortwo.co.uk
 
Join host Kevin Riley for in-depth interviews with the pillars of the rock-climbing community. We’ll be speaking with athletes, writers and photographers, industry VIPS, and, of course, the Climbing editorial staff to discuss breaking news and the pressing issues of the day. Whether you’re an elite alpinist, a recreational sport climber, a die-hard trad climber, or a vFun boulderer—this podcast is for you.
 
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Girl Friday Productions

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From the Margins is a podcast that explores the story behind the story in publishing—laying bare the many facets of the process that don’t make it onto the page. Host Devon Fredericksen of global editorial and book production agency Girl Friday Productions lifts the veil on the bookmaking industry with themes such as parenting while writing, building legendary characters, truth vs. fact, and gender in publishing. Whether it’s Carine McCandless giving the real scoop behind Into the Wild, or a ...
 
Hey Gang and welcome to Foot Stuff Podcast - THE Outdoor Recreation Comedy! Hosted just outside of New York state's largest Wilderness Area, Foot Stuff Podcast brings you stories of Adventure, Antics, and Activism from around the country. Tune in for all things hiking, backpacking, thru-hiking, climbing, paddling, camping, skiing, and more. Keep it Wild!
 
Listen along as native Texan and fly fishing guide JT Van Zandt drifts through the important things in life with iconic guests. Much like the nature of a guide and client passing time on a drift boat, conversations here meander through life, the wild, personal philosophies, hardships and triumphs, and of course some fishing too.
 
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Chamonix-based Dutch mountain guide, Roeland Van Oss, set out to climb all 4000m peaks in the Alps in a summer, without using any powered transport to travel between them.In a year where the effects of climate change were felt across Europe more than ever, Roeland wanted to set an example of how we can all do small things to impact change.Just a fe…
 
Welcome to Foot Stuff Podcast episode 131! '5 Year Anniversary & The PCT' In today's episode we celebrate five amazing years of recording Foot Stuff Podcast! Join us for an in depth discussion of what we've been up to lately, some hiker news, and a deep dive into the one, the only Celia From Work's recent PCT Thru-Hike! We hope you enjoy, thanks fo…
 
When Marie Uri first got in to climbing, there were very few women who looked like her, neither her size nor her colour. Marie has type 2 diabetes, is neurodiverse and describes herself as being ‘a generous body type person’. Raised in Guadeloupe before moving to the suburbs of Paris to finish her schooling, Marie’s passion for languages ultimately…
 
London-based, proud Mum Chelle Nevill has struggled with her mental health over the years. It wasn’t until she discovered climbing, when she really started to make lasting progress.Chelle was diagnosed with depression in 2009 and says, “I have always done my best to try and be strong and overcome my own obstacles, but it wasn't until I found climbi…
 
Rachael Crewesmith works as an instructor, coach and mentor across a variety of mountain sports. Whether its winter climbing on Ben Nevis, mountain biking across Nepal or trad climbing on a sea cliff, Rachael loves it all and is passionate about sharing her knowledge and skill.She combines her technical knowledge with a strong background in coachin…
 
Angus has climbed hard free routes on El Capitan, he climbed the infamous E9 Indian face on Cloggy as a youth, and recently set his sights on climbing a 9a sport route in Spain. Suffice to say, Angus Kille knows a thing or two about ‘being bold’.He talks about setting ambitious goals and making them a reality. How he handles the pressure on the cli…
 
For mountaineers and adventurers, there’s a rich history of exploration in and around Alaska's Denali National Park. And although the park is mostly known for the hordes of people who attempt to climb Denali each season - few have ever thought about circumnavigating the Denali, Foraker (Sultana) and Hunter (Begguya) massifs - let alone in winter. T…
 
Jerry Moffatt is a living legend. He was one of the best climbers through the 1980s and 90s.Jerry excelled in all disciplines of rock climbing consistently pushing standards to new heights around the world - in bouldering, trad climbing, redpointing, flashing and on-sighting.But it wasn’t all plain sailing. Jerry battled with injuries and initially…
 
Rab athlete Bronwyn Hodgins shares her mental approach to preparing for Golden Gate 5:13a, a desperate 30 plus pitch free route on El Capitan, Yosemite.As a guide, mentor and elite rock climber based in Squamish BC Canada, Bronwyn shares insights into the workshops she runs to help people overcome the fear of falling.Bronwyn also regales stories of…
 
A candid chat with Professor Lew Hardy, who trained as a British mountain guide but went on to help set up the Institute for the Psychology of Elite Performance at Bangor University.He worked on research projects with Royal Marines, England’s cricket team, Olympians and countless other groups.Lew shares insights into what drives high achievers and …
 
You know that saying - “they just don’t make em’ the way they used to”. I guess you could call it a quintessential American expression. In the climbing world, It conjures up icons like Lynn Hill, Jim Bridwell, Catherine Freer, and Royal Robbins - just to name a few. You know you have someone like that in your life. It’s someone who’s tough. They ha…
 
Today we head into the Kichatna Spires - a compact subrange of monolithic granite towers located just south of Denali. In early June, North American climbers Graham Zimmerman, Dave Allfrey and Whit Magro, headed into the Kichatna’s - their sites set on a new line up the beautiful northwest face of the ranges namesake - Kichatna Spire. Although many…
 
Call me old school, but nothing gets me more fired up than adding a new adventure, climbing or mountaineering book to the collection. So I was excited last month, when Valley Of Giants: Stories From Women at The Heart of Yosemite Climbing, arrived at my doorstep. This anthology, edited and curated by Lauren DeLaunay Miller, is a collection of 39 st…
 
This month’s trip report takes place in one of Alaska’s most remote and mythical mountain ranges: The Revelations. First explored in the late 60’s by David Roberts and friends, The Revelations hold a mystique, and reputation, that has continued to grow over the years. The range, which is nestled between the southwest tip of The Alaska Range, and th…
 
Hey Gang and Welcome to Foot Stuff Podcast Episode 128 'The One Where They Talk About the Antarctic' On today's episode join us for a recap of some of our recent adventures, some hiker news, and then a deep dive into the discovery of Shackleton's lost ship, The Endurance! Thanks for listening, Keep it Wild!…
 
Rab athlete, Tom Randall, has travelled the world in search of the quirkiest crack climbs that nature has to offer.Faced with the prospect of a year without international travel, Tom and his climbing partner, Pete Whittaker, needed a project closer to home. And so ‘The Great Rift’ was born.In this exclusive interview, he explains how an almost 800m…
 
They say that Alaska is a place of extremes. This ranges from the stark changing of the seasons, to the scale of the wilderness landscapes, and of course, the size of the monolithic mountains. But it also applies to the races - and I’m not talking about Nascar. There’s the Iditarod - a grueling 950 mile dog sled race from Anchorage to Nome, that tr…
 
Hey Gang and Welcome to Foot Stuff Podcast Episode 127 'Ski Season Recap' As the title states on todays episode we recap our 2022 ski season, adventures & misadventures alike! Tales of Jack Rabbit rallies, resort powder days, icy ski tours, frozen sandwiches, and more. Below you'll find links to some of the topics mentioned in todays episode: BETA …
 
It was the summer of 1996. At the time, I was 21 years old, living in a primitive cabin in the small fishing village of Ninilchik, Alaska. That summer, I’d landed a job working as a park ranger assistant for Alaska State Parks, and although I’d like to say I was doing something cool like building trails, the reality is that I was cleaning gnarly ou…
 
Adam Gellman, a young glacier guide, tells the story of his adventures on an obscure (but challenging) Alaskan peak called Mt. Wickersham. This Trip Report is made possible with the gracious support of The Firn Line Patreon backers. To learn more about how you can become a Patreon subscriber, go to The Firn Line Patreon. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••…
 
On today’s episode of The Firn Line, we’ll get to know rock climber, big-wall soloist and AMGA certified rock climbing guide, Miranda Oakley. Growing up in Maryland, Miranda learned from a young age the values of compassion, teaching, and working with others. Born to a Palestinian mother, and an American father, Miranda grew in a family that cared …
 
Ryan Vachon is a climate scientist and videographer. When he’s not researching frozen bits of the world, digging up ice cores, or making films about how caribou survive Arctic winters, he likes to climb. Being based in Denver, Colorado, he’s got plenty on the doorstep. Ryan’s big passion is to inspire people to engage in informed decisions on how t…
 
Hey Firn Line fans, this is Evan, and I wanted to tell you about a new monthly series I’m launching called The Trip Report. Storytelling is an integral part of human nature - and climbing and adventure stories are no exception. There’s nothing better than sitting around a campfire on a crisp, desert night - listening to a friend share a story of ad…
 
The energy and enthusiasm of Tim Fish are infectious. He rarely sits still, but I made him! This is a rare opportunity to glimpse into the mind of an innovative product design leader. Tim Fish loves trad climbing andbouldering. Hislove of wild places began whilst visiting his gran in Snowdonia as a kid. At school he was always drawn to art, design …
 
Jacopo was born in Courmayeur beneath the giant Italian face of Mt Blanc. He was skiing well before he started school and dreamed of becoming a mountain guide. Jacopo shares the thrill of climbing his first 4000 metre peak with his father, about his work as a guide and his passion for supporting mountain guides in the countries of South America. He…
 
When people think of ice climbing in North America, the first places that might come to mind are Ouray, Colorado, Hyalite Canyon outside Bozeman, Montana - or the vast alpine region of the Canadian Rockies, just to name a few. But perhaps the ultimate mecca for pure frozen waterfall climbing, is in and around Valdez, Alaska. This temperate region, …
 
Welcome to the 12th Blue Blaze episode of Foot Stuff Podcast. On these shorter episodes (Side Trails) we will be discussing arts, media, & entertainment in the outdoor world. On todays episode the gang discuss and review 'Wavy' A winter odyssey from Norway's most northern waters! Watch it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aaeBN_JYkcA We hope yo…
 
Neil McAdie is a man who loves a journey. If it involves climbing, particularly adventurous climbing, even better. He has climbed everywhere, literally; Gogarth, Ben Nevis, Bolivia, Mt Blanc, first ascents of giant Himalayan mountains - he has crammed in a lifetime of quests. Neil shares stories of the places and characters he’s encountered along t…
 
Rab athlete Tom Randall swapped life as a London city trader to become a cutting-edge rock climber. His visionary first ascents included the famous Century Crack, a project that he and his Wideboyz partner Pete Whittaker trained for in Tom’s legendary Sheffield cellar. Tom is a serial entrepreneur and founder of the global climbing performance Latt…
 
On today’s episode of The Firn Line, we’ll get to know legendary mountaineer, outdoor adventurer, author and conservationist, Rick Ridgeway. I first learned about Rick back in the early 90’s, when I read his mountaineering classic, The Last Step, which details the 1978 first American ascent of K2. Rick was an early hero of mine, as I admired his te…
 
Welcome to the 11th Blue Blaze episode of Foot Stuff Podcast. On these shorter episodes (Side Trails) we will be discussing arts, media, & entertainment in the outdoor world. On todays episode the gang discuss and review 'The Alpinist' This mind blowing documentary about the Life of Alpinist Marc-Andre Leclerc was produced by Sender Films and is av…
 
Dick Turnbull is the man behind a great British climbing institution, the Outside shop in Hathersage, Peak District. When it comes to climbing kit and clothing his knowledge is unparalleled. An accomplished mountaineer, through the 1980s and 90s Dick climbed many of the formidable Alpine north faces in winter. He talks about working with outdoor br…
 
Rab Carrington is a climbing legend. In 1981 he began making down sleeping bags in his house in Sheffield. Rab likes solving problems whether on a mountain or designing and making kit for people heading to the mountains. In this second episode Rab talks about a ground-breaking and committing alpine-style ascent of the Himalayan giant Jannu. Rab tal…
 
Rab Carrington is a climbing legend. In 1981 he began making down sleeping bags in his house in Sheffield. Rab likes solving problems whether on a mountain or designing and making kit for people heading to the mountains. In this first episode Rab talks about growing up in Glasgow and starting out climbing in the 1960s. Later Rab formed a formidable…
 
Welcome to Foot Stuff Podcast episode 123! 'Four Year Anniversary' In today's episode we celebrate four amazing years of recording Foot Stuff Podcast! Join us for an in depth discussion of what we've been up to lately, some hiker news, and some shoutouts to Foot Stuff Nation! We hope you enjoy, thanks for listening. www.footstuffpodcast.com…
 
Hetty Key and Charlie Low wanted a climbing community. So, they built one for themselves. The Women’s Trad Fest has gone from strength to strength since its inception in 2016. Connecting, inspiring, including and supporting women, as they transition from indoor climbing to outdoor tradin the Peak District, UK. In this episode we chat about their pe…
 
Bronwyn Hodgins has boundless energy. And she’s been putting it to excellent use. For 35 days she journeyed by pack raft through the Auyuittuq National Park, on Baffin Island. With her husband, Jacob Cook, and two friends in tow, she climbed some of the world’s biggest and most remote walls. We catch up on this latest expedition and hear about wher…
 
Angus Kille has pushed himself in all the disciplines of rock climbing. From Shropshire sandstone, to the Indian Face on Cloggy, and big free climb adventures on El Capitan. We talk about life on a big wall, climbing partnerships and pushing yourself physically and mentally. Angus has done so much and he’s still young. Perhaps his secret is to stay…
 
Welcome to Foot Stuff Podcast episode 122! 'Native Boat Building & The Adirondack Guide Boat' In today's episode we start off as always with some Foot Stuff, followed by some hiker news, then our special guest, Nate Atkinson, talks all about Native Boat Building and the Adirondack Guide Boat. We hope you enjoy, thanks for listening. www.footstuffpo…
 
Kev Shields is straight talking and funny. He understands adversity. He climbs rock and ice at a very high standard, with only one fully formed hand. Kev claims that discovering climbing changed his life and helped him deal with tough times. We chat about what drives him and whether he thinks attitudes to disabled people have really changed all tha…
 
Former kickboxing champion Nasim Eshqi is one of Iran’s rock strongest climbers. A pioneer of new routes, we hear about the obstacles she has had to overcome, in climbing and in life. She tells us what she learned on her travels outside of Iran and explains why the liberation and energy she gets from nature is one of the her main attractions to cli…
 
Julia Virat is one of a handful of French women to become a Chamonix High Mountain Guide. Here she shares how she broke through barriers into an elite male dominated world, recounting tales of adventures, on skis, in a yacht and on the world’s biggest rock walls. She relives the drama of getting lost on Yosemite’s 3,000 foot El Capitan. Solo. In th…
 
Welcome to the 11th Blue Blaze episode of Foot Stuff Podcast. On these shorter episodes (Side Trails) we will be discussing arts, media, & entertainment in the outdoor world. On todays episode the gang discuss and review 'DamNation' from Patagonia We start with a short history of Dams in the USA, then discuss the stance the film takes on dam remova…
 
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