Outdoor Podcasts You Should Know About – Part 2

There’s no shortage of compelling podcasts out there right now, but sifting through all of the options and finding topics you’re interested in can be overwhelming. If you’re anything like us, though, there’s no better distraction than listening to stories about inspiring outdoor athletes, gripping adventures or important environmental and conservation topics. So whether you’re looking to zone out during a workout, or hoping to pass some time while staying in, we’ve helped you out and put together a collection of some of our favorite outdoor podcasts. We guarantee they’re worth the download. 

4) SheExplores

This podcast was built by and for women, but don’t let the name deter you. After all, who doesn’t like stories about incredible people in the outdoors? This podcast shares women’s stories about their experiences in the outdoors, along with the challenges and successes that come along with exploring wild places. From tackling alpine summits to using hiking as a healing tool for trauma, and even anecdotes about camping with children, SheExplores covers a broad range of topics. Support diversity and inclusion in the outdoors by giving a listen to this girl-powered podcast.

5) Happy Camper Radio Show

It’s no secret that camping is an awesome way to bring the family together. The Happy Camper Radio Show is a family oriented camping podcast that focuses on building and maintaining family unity in an outdoor recreational environment. From selecting new gear, to deciding where to pitch your tent, this podcast proves that camping is the ultimate recreational activity for you and your family.

6) Out-land-ish


How our public lands and forests are managed affects all of us in America. This podcast was put together by a division of the United States Forest Service called, “Your Forests, Your Future.” The goal of Out•LAND•ish is to share current events, inspire adventures on our public lands and highlight ways to get involved with conservation efforts. It is a first-hand account of what is happening on the lands the Forest Service works to manage and protect – pristine wilderness areas that belong to all of us.


Watch for part 3 coming soon featuring 3 more podcasts you will want to check out.

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