On this episode: post-hike lunch, dividends, and getting off the couch. We’re talking with Greg Sakowicz — Colorado resident, hiker, traveler and creator of FatManLittleTrail.com.
Greg started hiking after an injury got him thinking about his mental and physical health, and found a love for exploring trails and outdoor spaces well beyond his home in Colorado.
In this Episode
- Summer update from Jeff, Saveria and Jason (or “Why episodes have been slow to go live?”).
- Coast to Coast Walk – 192 miles across England
- Adventurus Women events, 3,500 mile roadtrip, Angel’s Landing, The Loneliest Highway and the Kodachrome Basin.
- And… work!
- The Fat Man Little Trail origin story
- Becoming a hiking newbie during the pandemic
- The good (and bad) of AllTrails
- Knowing your limits and remembering “the mountains will always be there.”
- Post-hike meals, or “How to avoid a caloric deficit.”
- REI dividends
- Pro tip: Take photos (“I’m not resting… I’m taking a photo!”)
- Volunteering with the Indian Peaks Wilderness Alliance
- The 52 Hike Challenge
Connect with Greg Sakowicz
- You can learn more about Greg on his website: fatmanlittletrail.com
- Find Greg on Instagram @fatmanlittletrail
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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.