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Adventure Strong

Latest release on Aug 15, 2013

The Best Episodes Ranked Using User Listens

Updated by OwlTail 8 days ago

Warning: This podcast has few episodes.

This means there isn't enough episodes to provide the most popular episodes. Here's the rankings of the current episodes anyway, we recommend you to revisit when there's more episodes!

Rank #1: ASP 006: Korea Burn, Hiking in Korea, a Missing Hiker, and 3 Hiking Tips

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Welcome to Episode 6 of the Adventure Strong Podcast!

Although it’s still hot and humid, the weather has been improving lately. More sun, less clouds, and no rain!

Last weekend I went up to Seoul for a short hike up Namsan to reach Seoul Tower. Listen to the episode for more information. I’ll also be writing a post about it soon.

In case you missed my recent posts:
Last year I visited my first Civil War battlefield – Manassas National Battlefield Park, which was a fun and moving experience.

I also created some hiking quote photos and put them into a post with other inspiring hiking quotes.

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Items Mentioned in this Episode:

  • Climbing 1.6 km of stairs to Seoul Tower. (pictures below)
  • Korea Burn 2013 – Bringing Burning Man to Korea for the third year.
  • How important is speed hiking? A conversation about speed hiking on the Pacific Crest Trail.
  • Keep an eye out for Gerry, a hiker lost in Maine along the Appalachian Trail.
  • 3 Hiking Tips – Three easy and important hiking tips. What are your tips? Comment below.

Questions or Feedback? Leave a Voicemail!

If you have a question you’d potentially like me to answer on the show, or any feedback at all, please feel free to send me a voicemail. It’s really easy.

Thank you!

Thanks for listening!

Make sure you subscribe to the podcast to receive new episodes as they’re available.

If you haven’t already, I would love it if you would leave an honest rating and review of the show on iTunes (use the link below). It would be greatly appreciated.

CLICK HERE to leave a review of the show!

Thanks again for listening! Until next time, take a hike.

The post ASP 006: Korea Burn, Hiking in Korea, a Missing Hiker, and 3 Hiking Tips appeared first on Adventure Strong.

Aug 15 2013

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Rank #2: ASP 005: Hiking in Korea, Danger on the Trail, and Trekking in Nepal

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Hello friends! Thanks for coming back for the 5th episode of the Adventure Strong Podcast!

This episode is coming to you from Suwon, South Korea. Things have been going really well. One of the reasons I chose to come to Korea is for the hiking. There are mountains everywhere with tons of trails.

So far, I’ve hiked both the mountains in my city. Now I’ll be branching out to nearby mountains around Seoul. Eventually, I’ll make my way East to Seoraksan which is considered to be the most beautiful place in Korea.

Another benefit of all these trails is the mountain biking! I haven’t ridden any of the trails yet. Many of them have staircases, so I need to find the trails with no stairs.

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Items Mentioned in this Episode:

Trekking in Nepal

Questions or Feedback? Leave a Voicemail!

If you have a question you’d potentially like me to answer on the show, or any feedback at all, please feel free to send me a voicemail. It’s really easy.

Thank you!

Thanks for listening!

Make sure you subscribe to the podcast to receive new episodes as they’re available.

If you haven’t already, I would love it if you would leave an honest rating and review of the show on iTunes (use the link below). It would be greatly appreciated.

CLICK HERE to leave a review of the show!

Thanks again for listening! Until next time, take a hike.


My kids get a huge kick out of hearing me speak Korean. So after hearing me say a few things, these two girls came in early and spent some time teaching me how to introduce myself and ask someone’s name.

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Aug 07 2013

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