In today’s episode of Backpacker Radio presented by The Trek, we’re joined by the show’s third co-host at this point, the true viking of the trek. We dive deep into every inch of Jabba’s recent hike on the Hayduke, including the challenges of long waterways, regular exposure to over 100 degree-days, route navigation, and some really real stories. epic, including a magical rafting trip through the Grand Canyon. Whether you want to learn more about the Hayduke or just crave more Jabba time, this one won’t disappoint.
We end the show with a triple crown of things ruining your day, Chaunce explains why you can’t get your shot until you’ve paid your taxes, and we get more facts about horses, chicken edition.
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