Welcome to the Backcountry to Backyard Podcast blog! If you like the podcast, check out the blog for things we can't quite fit into the show. Each week we'll post about outdoor news and tell stories from the trail. We'll give you updates on our adventures and discuss everything from cool new gear to training to anything and everything having to do with the outdoor world! We'll post pictures from our trips and adventures, as well as from other people who are doing cool and exciting things in both your backyard and the backcountry!
In which we discuss diversity in our outdoor communities. A special thanks goes out to our guests Mirja & Malaz for helping make this an incredible episode, as well as being so patient for it’s release.
In which we discuss ducks, gator v. bear, glacial rebound, tree walls, and musher’s secret. More importantly, we talk to our second podcast guest “Waterway” Jay Gustafson about his amazing project and water quality in Minnesota. Find out more about Jay, his project, and how you can support him: https://waterwayjay.com/
In which we discuss Star Wars, our own upcoming adventures and projects, and interview our first guest, Carey deVictoria-Michel of She Moves Mountains. Carey discusses her all-female rock guide service, a mysterious climb in Mexico, and climbing in Cuba. We’re about a week late, but Happy New Year!
This week on Backyard to Backcountry we have our very first guest! Carey DeVictoria-Michel, co-founder of the guiding company She Moves Mountains at Smith Rock State Park, Oregon, joins us and talks about creating more opportunities for women guides and climbers by teaching women-specific climbing clinics. She also tells us all about her incredible adventures living as a dirtbag climber, climbing both stateside and abroad in places like Yosemite, Cuba, and Mexico.