In today’s episode of Backpacker Radio presented by The Trek brought to by Goodr, we are joined by a gaggle of AT Hiker Trash. Today’s episode comes to you from Trail Days, where we go through a series of rapid fire questions with hikers who are in the midst of their 2022 AT thru-hikes. This one is the predictable amount of chaos.
We wrap the show joined alongside Mara and Leah for our favorite moments from the AT road trip, a triple crown of fast food restaurants, and a listener educates us on plant water.
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Interviews with current AT hikers!
Time stamps & Questions
00:04:47 – QOTD: What was your favorite moment from Trail Days Day 1?
00:16:48 – Scavenger hunt discussion
00:19:21 – Interview with Painkiller
00:24:35 – Interview with Platinum
00:32:14 – Interview with El Humidor and Footloose
00:44:10 – Interview with trek blogger Sidetrack
00:51:19 – Interview with trek blogger Catchup
00:59:51 – Interview with Good Zen
01:05:20 – Interview with Catchup
01:10:05 – Interview with Mindwell
01:16:02 – Interview with Ulasidena
01:21:05 – Interview with Mary Poppins
Triple Crown of fast food restaurants
5 Star Review
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