On this episode: tortoise helicopters, misplaced vs lost, and names that sound like trail names, but aren’t. We’re talking with adventurer, triple-crown thru-hiker, and wildlife biologist Sage Clegg.
We talk with Sage about her “name-name”, her path to thru-hiking — which also led to her working with desert tortoises — and building a life that allows her to prioritize outdoor adventure.
In this Episode
- Grand Enchantment Trail in New Mexico/Arizona
- Outward Bound
- Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) – Sage hiked southbound (SOBO)
- Yogi’s PCT Guide
- Continental Divide Trail (CDT)
- Appalachian Trail (AT)
- The Triple Crown
Learn More About Desert Tortoises
- Desert Tortoise Council
- Ironwood Consulting sometimes hiring for studies
Connect with Sage Clegg
You can find Sage on Instagram @sageclegg.
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The Almost There Adventure Podcast is a celebration of outdoor activities both local and epic. Discussing the big topics and talking to adventurers, artists, legends and activists within the outdoor community.
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