Sep 29, 2022
This episode of the OutThere Colorado Podcast takes a dive into what it means for Colorado to be part of the country's 'nuclear sponge.' It also covers the extinct Colorado cheetah and how this species' lasting impact can still be seen today.
Written by: Spencer McKee
Produced by: Sam Schoenecker
Sep 22, 2022
This episode of the OutThere Colorado Podcast dives into two different stories about the state's largest living organism – the aspen. First, we look at Colorado's claim of being home to the largest living aspen grove, thus largest living organism, on the planet. Next, we look at how these stunning trees are...
Sep 15, 2022
In this episode of the OutThere Colorado Podcast, host Spencer McKee chats with Gopalkrishna Gandhi, the grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, about how his grandfather might view the world today. Also discussed are Gopalkrishna's views on conservation, the Colorado River, and more.
Hosted by Spencer McKee
Produced by Sam...
Sep 13, 2022
This episode of the OutThere Colorado Podcast covers the host Spencer McKee's climb up what's considered to be Colorado's most dangerous standard fourteener route. It also digs into how many fourteeners there are and why the answer to that question isn't as straightforward as it seems.
Written and hosted by Spencer...
Sep 8, 2022
This episode of the OutThere Colorado Podcast covers elk rut, how mountains can grow and shrink, why jetpacks might mean safer outdoor recreation, and how gene therapy could impact mountaineering.
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