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The Desolationist podcast

By Justin DuBois

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Using adventure to harness the infinite and divine in our wretched, dirty souls. And, we like to party.

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So good...

For me, the best podcasts tell stories. Typically it's people who are passionate about what they pursue, sharing a conversation. They let the tangents stray and simply invite the listener in to consider the reality of pursuing their own best self. It's why I like The Crabfeast for Comedy or Science Mike for Philosophy & Science. The Desolisionist is a podcast on the forefront of all things outdoors. The host Justin DuBoius is an Endurance Mountain Bike Racer. The different episodes feel like you're exploring the world with him as he's stopping and talking to some of the most interesting Rock Climbers, Surfers and other Adventurists that you've never heard of and hearing their remarkable stories and getting their unique perspectives. Highly recommend binging on this as you're hiking or fishing. Throw TechNine in for shredding the slopes.

Always gets me stoked to leave my house

Listening to the Desolationist podcast is part of my regular “day before adventure” routine. Love this burgeoning podcast.

Coolest Dude on 2 Wheels

Justin is a slayer on the trail. He makes for a pretty good cheerleader too. These are some heartfelt interviews, and totally piece together the story of the trail through many perspectives. Keep on keeping on brother

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