Episode 70: Ned Tibbits on the PCT and Wilderness Readiness
On this episode: Sierra cups, self-arresting, safety, and learning to live. We're talking with Ned Tibbits.
Ned has worked as a U.S.F.S Wilderness Ranger, Rural and Urban Paramedic, Professional and Volunteer Ski Patrolman, Sheriff’s Department Search & Rescue Member, and currently maintains certificates in Emergency Medical Technician-Instructor, NOLS Wilderness EMT, the National Ski Patrol, the Wilderness Medical Society’s Fellow and Diploma in Mountain Medicine status, Amateur Radio, and Search & Rescue Instructor.
Ned has thru-hiked the Pacific Crest Trail (1974), bicycle-camped 5,000 miles in Europe (1979), completed half of the Continental Divide Trail (1980), and hiked, skied, and snow-shoed his favorite trail, the John Muir Trail many times.Show Notes
You can find Ned on Facebook and his website MountainEducation.org or via email at email@example.com.Mentioned in this Episode
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