Weekend Sherpa Podcast: Take it Outside

Weekend Sherpa Podcast: Take it Outside

Weekend Sherpa Podcast

Weekend Sherpa co-founders Brad Day and Holly Kulak discuss what’s happening outdoors in California—and a few points beyond!

Weekend Sherpa Podcast: Take it Outside.

NEW EPISODE: Life & Death Experience Badwater, Hell’s Gate, Desolation Canyon … do you dare go? For all its intimidating names evoking isolation, remoteness, and heat, Death Valley National Park is an intriguing destination as the largest national park in the Lower 48. In this episode, Brad and Holly talk about their recent adventure to Death Valley, including the best sunset and sunrise locations, two excellent canyon hikes, how to best experience the Ubehebe Crater, and ultimate bucket-list hike that’ll have you looking out for Baby Yoda. It’s all Death Valley for this episode—tune in and start your own plan to go.

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