Donovan sits down to discuss his post Christmas adventures exploring the beautiful country of Vietnam and specifically his three day expedition on the Wild Tu Lan Cave Explorer. Taking in some of the best cave systems in the world combined with some tough jungle trekking, Donovan describes what it was like, how he fared and his experiences with Oxalis Adventures.
With the highly anticipated premiere of a documentary about the Bibbulmun Track and the people who use it we talk to the woman behind the project, Michelle Ryan from WalkingTwoByTwo about what went into making it and her love for the track. We also discuss the recent destruction of the Helena Campsite and the devastation of losing another campsite to bushfires.
Welcome to the first podcast of 2018 as we discuss some great tips for hiking in summer, how our 2017 hiking adventures went and what we both have planned for 2018.
In Episode 8 we discuss the hiking trail network on Rottnest Island, the Wadjemup Bidi, answer some more questions that have come through on the email and talk about some Christmas present ideas that you can get hikers this holiday season.
Episode 7 - Interview with Rod Annear (Assistant Director of Visitor Services, Parks and Wildlife Service)
In our seventh episode, we interview Rod Annear (the Assistant Director of Visitor Services at the Parks and Wildlife Service) and ask him about his Munda Biddi adventures, what happened to the proposed multiday hike in Fitzgerald River National Park, his appearance on Karri FM radio and the future of trail development in Western Australia.
In Episode Six, special guest Michelle Ryan (Walkingtwobytwo) joins us for an an extended overview of the Dwellingup to Collie section of the Bibbulmun Track, talking about some of the section highlights, lowlights and burnt Jarrah forest in general.
In Episode Five we provide an extended overview of the Darling Scarp section of the Bibbulmun Track from Kalamunda to Dwellingup, talking about some of the section highlights.
In Episode Four we answer our first round of mailbag questions, discuss what we've been doing for Outdoors October and a recount of our unsuccessful attempt at the Stirling Ridge Walk.
In our third episode we discuss the magnificent walking in the Karri-dominated Southern Forests of Australia's South West, covering walks from Donnelly River Village, Pemberton, Quinninup, Northcliffe and Walpole.
In our second podcast we each list our Top 5 Day Hikes in Perth and discuss/compare what Perth has to offer for the day hiker. The discussion also names a few honourable mentions and what areas we would like to see developed with more hiking trails.
5) Whistlepipe Gully
4) Eagle View Walk Trail
3) Mt Cooke (Plantation Entry)
2) Kitty's Gorge
1) Numbat Trail
5) Kitty's Gorge
4) Ngank Yira Bidi
3) Kattamorda Heritage Trail
2) Numbat Trail
1) Sullivan Rock