Adventure Travel beckons the daring, thrill-seeking, explorers of the world. Tune in weekly as our hosts discuss and interview like minded outdoor enthusiasts on the 10Adventures Podcast. Join the ever-growing community of intrepid adventure travellers and get inspired as you learn more about hiking, mountaineering, backpacking, trekking, cycling, thru-hiking, skiing and more. On each episode you will hear directly from passionate adventure travellers, guides, authors, globetrotters, tour operators and outdoor enthusiasts about their most epic experiences. Immerse yourself in the world of adventure travel and begin planning your next expedition thru-hiking the Pacific Crest Trail, trekking the Himalayas or cycling the Italian Dolomites. Join as 10Adventures founder Richard, and co-hosts Dave and Karin recap stories of outdoor excursions and adventure travel on the 10Adventures Podcast. Follow us on instagram @10Adventures for more insight into the world of adventure travel.
EP-108:GUATEMALA and why it should be on your bucket list
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30:05Guatemala is one of those places we hear a lot of. It's got everything! History from the Mayans to the Spanish to today. Great weather, often called the Land of Eternal Spring because of the mild weather. Incredible natural beauty, with volcanoes, mountains, lakes, ocean and charming cities. This week we talk with Matt Hartell, founder of Adventure Guatemala about the places to see and things to do when you're in Guatemala. If you want to see more check out these itineraries: Best of Guatemala, Guatemala for families, 5-day Multisport adventure tour, and a 8-day multisport adventure tour. We also talk about surfing in nearby countries, such as this Nicaragua Surfing Adventure.
EP-107: SPRING TRAVEL INSPIRATION
39:13Are you wondering where to go this spring? The world is a big place, and it's hard to know the best places. This week we've invited Nadine Gravis from our 10Adventures team to share some inspiration, as we talk where to travel this spring. We talk about trips in Europe, such as the 8-Day Cinque Terre Portofino to Porto Venere Trek, Tuscany Cycling from Pisa to Florence, Amalfi Coast Walking Tour, a Puglia Cycling Tour, a Sardinia Coastal Walking Tour, the Via Francigena Walking Tour (Sicily), the Camino Portuguese Coastal Way, Cycling from Porto to Lisbon, Greek Islands Multisport, Istria Coastal Walking Adventure, Germany's Malerweg Complete Trail Hike, and the Harz Witches Trail Hiking Tour. In Central America Nadine talks about a Costa Rica Family Adventure, a Costa Rican Multi-Adventure, a Guatemala Multisport Tour, Hidden Wonders of Guatemala Family Tour, and a Nicaragua Surfing Adventure For South America, here about the incredible O Circuit Trek in Torres del Paine, a Los Glaciares, Torres del Paine and El Chalten Trekking Tour, the Classic Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, a Wine and Cuisine Tour of Argentina, and a Peru, Ecuador and Galapagos Tour. In Asia you can learn about the Java and Bali Tour, the Markha Valley Trek, Everest Base Camp Trek, and a Hike and Bike Cambodia Tour. Finally we talk about Africa, where we chat about a Kruger National Park Safari Tour, a South African Hiking and Kruger Safari, and a South Africa Family Tour.
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EP-106: CAMINO DE SANTIAGO and the different paths on this famous pilgrimage!
29:08This week we dive into the Camino. This ancient pilgrim route that started all over Europe ended up in Santiago de Compostella, a town in Northern Spain. While you may think the Camino is just one route, it's actually a variety of routes. Here to tell us about the different options is Sabela Ruiz Gippini, CEO of Galiwonders, a specialist tour operator based in Northern Spain. Listen along as we talk about the Camino Frances, and a shorter version for those who don't have 36 days - the Camino Frances in Luxury. We also talk about the Portugese Way, Portugese Coastal Way, the Camino Ingles, Camino Finistere, the Camino Primitvo, and the Northern Way
Ep-105: GEORGIA and tips for exploring the Caucasus Mountains
26:40This week we talk with Giorgi, a Mountain Guide in Georgia about beauty of the Caucasus mountain range, including the Svaneti region. Georgia is at the meeting point of Europe and Central Asia, and brings unique culture, great food, and deep history. Explore these wonderful Georgia Tours, like Hiking the Caucasus Mountains, Trekking in Svaneti, Canyons and Mountains of Georgia, Tbilisi to the Black Sea, and Trekking the Caucasus to the Black Sea
EP-104: PORTUGAL and walking the length of Portugal from South to North
39:37is there a trip you've dreamt of doing for a long time? This week we talk with Tomás Corôa, who since boyhood dreamt of getting outside and exploring his home country of Portugal. A break in jobs meant he had 2 months free, and while having no experience in long-distance walking, he decided to walk the length of Portugal, from Sagres in the South to Caminha in the North. This is not a signed route, and Tomás had to experiment to find the route some days, while other days he could follow more established routes like the Camino Portugués. If you want to see what this incredible route was like, check out the video Tomás has put on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wxVBkEayERc.
EP-103: PAKISTAN and trekking and exploring the Karakoram
27:06Pakistan is emerging as an adventure destination, and for good reason. The stunning beauty of the Karakoram is legendary, with enormous mountains, stunning valleys, varied culture and friendly locals. This week we hear more about trekking in Pakistan from Umer Latif, the founder of Beyond the Valley, a boutique adventure company headquartered in Pakistan. Learn about the Nangma Valley, trekking to K2 Basecamp, and exploring some of the incredible valleys in the Karakoram, like the Hunza Valley!
EP-102: KILIMANJARO and everything you want to know about summiting Kilimanjaro
44:19This week we learn about Mount Kilimanjaro, and rather than hear from a tourist, we're hearing from lead guide Julius Whitey of Ahsante Tours. Julius tells us about the different routes, as well as the pros and cons of each. We also hear from Daniel James about how to combine your adventure summiting Kili with a safari or beach holiday. Learn more about the Lemosho Route and the Machame Route, as well as a bike tour from Kili to Ngorongoro Crater!
EP 101: CATALONIA and hiking the Spanish Coast on the GR92
22:23We are back from our holiday break and we kick-off 2023 with a wonderful spring walking route. Today we hear about the GR92 from Angelina, one of the creators behind the Walking Nature World youtube channe. The GR92 is a very pretty walk that follows the Spanish coast through Catalonia. We also learn a bit about Italy's wonderful Via Francigena. Want to learn more, check out Walking Nature World on their Website, Youtube, Instagram or Facebook
Episode 100! A look back at what we’ve learned with 100 episodes of adventure
33:33Wow, who could believe that 2 years ago this podcast would hit 100 episodes and so many incredible conversations with people living authentic lives focused on the outdoors, adventure, and travel. Karin is back from Peru and Oregon, and this episode we talk about what we've learnt from our guests, and share what we're looking forward to in 2023. For those of you that have been listening since the start, thanks for being part of this podcast! We are taking a nice long break for the holidays, and will be back in mid-January with more great guests!
How to adventure in winter!
39:13This week we have Tim Ricci on the podcast to talk about how to get outdoors in winter. Tim is an ACMG mountain guide at Yamnuska Mountain Adventures, and he shares his tips about avalanche training, ski touring, snowshoeing, ice climbing, and winter hiking. He even shares a bit on the arduous process to become a certified alpine mountain guide in Canada, which can take up to 8 years of training and testing! During the podcast talks about AST 1, AST 2, Intro to Backcountry skiing, Intro to Ice climbing and more great winter trips!