57 minutes | Apr 23, 2021

Ep.99 - Exploring Wild Places and Indigenous Culture with Hayley Gendron

https://linktr.ee/BetweenTheMountains  Read the full blog: https://betweenthemountains.org/2021/04/23/hayley-gendron/  Hayley Gendron is a multi-disciplined and quietly adventurous character who advocates for indigenous and environmental rights. Without making a song and dance about it all, her experience sees her in the Peruvian and Ecuadorian rainforest working with animals, travelling and adventuring from Patagonia to Canada, and mountaineering and rock climbing all while learning her native language Anishinaabemowin (Ojibwe) and promoting indigenous rights. When she's not doing this? You can probably find her paddling in the bay around Vancouver or hiking a nearby mountain.   The episode talks about the influence of adventure, purest canoe expeditions (is portaging necessary?), type 2 fun, wearing a hockey helmet for rock climbing, falling in love with landscapes, the Yosemite Of The Sea, indigenous rights and its relation to environmental protection, lessons learned from native languages, an adventure-gone-wrong in Patagonia, and more!  Hayley Gendron Hayley was a fantastic guest on the show and I hope you enjoy her thoughts, experience, and mindset on adventure and culture. If you haven't already, you should absolutely go and check out her Instagram, where you can keep up to date. Her tag is @hayoui ------------------------------------------------  If you enjoy the show please: Subscribe/follow so that you don't miss another episode; Share with a friend; and Leave a rating on iTunes. If you really really enjoy the show then Consider becoming a Patron of the show on Patreon here; Simply buy me a coffee; or Get yourself or someone else some official merchandise. All of the above helps the podcast to grow as much as possible! You can get in touch with me on btmtravelpod@gmail.com or using any of the Social Media links: Instagram / Twitter / Facebook / BTM Facebook Group here.    
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