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Mountain Sense

Mountain Sense is a podcast that gets behind the scenes in the world of mountain professionals.  Guests include guides, outdoor educators, avalanche forecasters, SAR team members, athletes, trainers, and more.  Whether you are a fledgling guide worried about glacial abatement, or a grizzled rope slinger more concerned with personal hairline abatement, or a recreational climber and skier looking to gain some insight and entertainment from the world of mountain guides, or one of the bravest of the brave who put up with our crap as loved ones and partners, this show is worth your time.  Joking aside, the bottom line is we all want to have fun in the mountains and come home safely.  Mountain Sense is here to dig into the mindset that the top professionals use to achieve that goal, and disseminate it out to a broader audience.

02 Connie Sciolino: It doesn't matter how fast you can go if you can't get back home

Eddie Schoen

My favorite quote from Connie in this one is that "It doesn't matter how fast you can go if you can't get back home."  If you only have an hour to spend at the gym, there are some subtle but critical adjustments you can likely focus on that could make a world of difference in the long run.  Taking a strategic approach to your limited training time is one of the best investments you can make in your longevity, safety, and fun factor in the mountains. 

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01 Sheldon Kerr: Fighting For Gender Equity In the Guiding Profession

Eddie Schoen

Sheldon Kerr is a AMGA certified Ski Guide and making her way toward full IFMGA/AMGA certification.  Shel has guided across the U.S., from the Cascades to the Alaska Range and currently works in the Tetons for Exum.  Sheldon is a prominent voice in the fight for gender equity in the guiding profession and has been a strong advocate for increasing the diversity and inclusivity in the mountains.  In this episode we discuss the challenges that women and other underrepresented groups face in the guiding profession and talk about some of the solutions that are currently underway.

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