EP 8- Levi Pendleton, SUU Outdoors Coordinator teaches us how to climb Denali
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On today’s episode, we sit down to chat with Levi Pendleton. Levi, a previous whitewater rafting guide in the Grand Canyon, Moab and Jackson Hole, ski patroller in New Zealand and now an overall outdoor enthusiast who currently works at Southern Utah University as the coordinator of SUU Outdoors. We spend time talking about some of his ultimate adventure stories that come from being a member of a Rescue Team in Denali National Park in Alaska. We focus in on understanding what it takes to climb a brutal mountain like Denali (also known as Mount McKinley) the highest peak in North America. We also talk about the shift from a seasonal employee lifestyle where one can “entertain their own passions and hobbies” into a job that requires more administrative tasks in order to get others outdoors. If you would like to help us spread the word about the ‘live ultralight’ lifestyle please give us a 5-star review and tell your friends to subscribe. We're available on Apple podcast, Spotify, Stitcher, and every major listening app.
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