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Sat, Sep 30, 2006
Earl Burton and Allen Williams called to give their impressions on through-hiking the Tahoe Rim Trail on it's 25th anniversary.
Thu, Sep 28, 2006
This outings program is a follow-up with hikers on the Tahoe Rim Trail. The Tahoe Rim Trail Association celebrated their twenty fifth anniversary by leading fifteen people on a through hike of their 165 mile trail.
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The Tahoe Rim Trail Association organizes guided hikes of sections of the trail as well.
Thu, Sep 21, 2006
This outings program is a visit to the Tahoe Rim Trail. The Tahoe Rim Trail Association celebrated their twenty fifth anniversary by leading fifteen people on a through hike of their 165 mile trail.
Steve hikes from Echo Summit along a section of trail shared by the Tahoe Rim Trail and the Pacific Crest Trail. He meets the hikers at their mid-trip camp at Showers Lake. From there, he hikes with them to Echo Lake.
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Next week's show will feature wrap-up interviews with some of the trip's participants.
Thu, Sep 14, 2006
This outings program is a reprise of show number 10, first posted on September 15th, 2005. Steve joins a work day with the High Sierra Volunteer Trail Crew, in the Jennie Lakes Wilderness of the Sequoia National Forest.
Why join a trail crew? For the feeling of making a difference, to be with more experienced outdoors men and women, to spend time in the wilderness, for the fun and camaraderie, or perhaps just for the food!
Thu, Sep 07, 2006
This gear program presents reviews of two two-person backpacking tents. The reviews are provided by volunteer reviewers from Backpack Gear Test.
Backpack Gear Test has more gear to review than reviewers. You can start out by reviewing gear you already own, and then you might be able to get other free gear to review. Read: How to become a tester.