In Episode 34, Alex “Money Shot” Maier talks about his film “A Sense Of Direction” which documents his travels on the Pacific Northwest Trail in the summer of 2015. Alex chose the PNT for his first thru-hike (and first hiking film) to explore one of the newest trails in the National Scenic Trail system – which earned the status in 2009. Only a few hundred backpackers have thru-hiked the 1200 mile trail to date, and all have had the fortune to experience the PNT while it is still in it's infancy.
In the podcast, Alex talks about the early history of the Pacific Northwest Trail, the many scenic firetowers and peaks on the hike, life as a PNT thru-hiker, and his favorite (and not so favorite) moments on the Trail. He also updates us on his latest long distance hike, and hints at a release date for his next major hiking film. For more information on Alex, you can click to his website or follow this link to watch his video for FREE on YouTube. And to hear my conversation with “Money Shot”, see below…
Subject: Pacific Northwest Trail “A Sense Of Direction”
Interviewees: Alex “Money Shot” Maier
Interview Date: July 18, 2016
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