An interview with 37 North Expeditions founder and mountaineer, Danny...Read more
Danny Collins of 37 North Expeditions is no astronaut but he’s been closer to outer space than most people. I’m not talking about some ride on an aircraft to the edge of the atmosphere, but something much more grueling; this guy has climbed the peak of Mount Kilimanjaro. As if that weren’t enough of a feat, he also has Mount Cotopaxi and Chimborazo in the Andes under his belt as well. For Collins, mountaineering is more than just the spectacular view, but a test of mental strength and physical endurance.
For Constance Beverley, CEO of Share Winter Foundation, snow is the gift that simply keeps on giving. Raised on winter sports, Beverley has been passionate about the outdoors and snowboarding from a young age, and now, against all odds and from humble beginnings, she now has the pleasure of calling it her career.
Beverley isn’t a professional snowboarder, but she does something just as enriching. As the head of Share Winter, Beverley is in charge of connecting disadvantaged kids with the thrilling peaks and exciting valleys of winter sports.
The name of Adam Kunes’ travel company is straightforward and to the point; Have Fun, Do Good. It’s no surprise but that is exactly what you do on one of Kunes’ globetrotting trips. A man dedicated to building bridges and volunteering, Kunes wants to give back to the same communities he loves so dearly. It’s called volunteerism, a mix of community work, memory-making, and adventure that is changing the face of tourism.
We’ve been busy over the last couple of months searching for the best stories about adventure, the outdoors and giving back to others to share on the Life in Motion Podcast. So, here are 8 episodes that will leave you inspired and ready to embark on your own journey.
Keep scrolling to hear what it’s like to travel the world as a family by boat and RV, how the love of coffee can support our veterans, learn what voluntourism is all about, what it’s like sharing winter sports with 1,000’s of kids, the challenges of summiting the closest place to space on earth, how to build a mountain bike community, the trials and tribulations of hiking the Appalachian Trail, and what it’s like to redefine motherhood through adventure. Tune into the Life in Motion Podcast and listen to what inspires you!
We’ve been busy over the last couple of months searching...Read more
For a sea dog who has spent quite a bit of time repairing gas turbines on warships, Eric Hadley sure knows a hell of a lot about the finer tastes of coffee. The owner and founder of Got Your Six Coffee, Hadley has come a long way from sailor to entrepreneur. When he returned stateside and discovered his passion for coffee, Hadley made sure to bring his fellow vets along for the ride. Founded in 2016 and dedicated to helping vets, Got Your Six is here to build up communities and families any way they can.