Season 1 Episode 2: Chillin' in the Alpine with Cynthia Langguth

 
June 30, 2017 Posted by: Miles Barger
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A ranger and visitors lift up their snowshoe-shod feet while standing on snow
Ranger Langguth leads a snowshoe hike

Alpine Visitor Center
Alpine Visitor Center

A marmot on a rock. Small flowers in the alpine. A pika.
Marmot, wildflowers, pika

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  20. Eliza
    November 09, 2017 at 06:23
     

    I really enjoyed this episode and listening to Cynthia talk about the Alpine Visitor's Center and the alpine tundra. My family and I are visiting Rocky Mountain National Park next summer and listening to this podcast is part of my "research." I'm glad I came across this podcast. I love it's relaxed format, wealth of information and interviews with park rangers. It makes me feel like I'm sitting around with an old friend, enjoying a cup of coffee. Keep up the great work!

     
  21. Andy
    July 13, 2017 at 06:42
     

    Great episode. I enjoy hearing the backgrounds of the rangers, both where they are from originally and where they have been in the parks system. I try to visit every unit of the parks system as I travel the country and they all do have their own charm to them. Keep up the good work!

     
 
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