Liz Thomas is a professional hiker, adventure conservationist, and outdoor writer who broke the women’s self-supported speed record on the 2,181-mile long Appalachian Trail. She is back for round two on the podcast, this time talking about her newest venture, Treeline Review.
She's the author of Long Trails: Mastering the Art of the Thru-hike, which received the 2017 National Outdoor Book Award for Best Instructional book. We talked about her book back when she was first on the podcast during episode 78.
Liz has been seen on Good Morning America and in the Wall Street Journal, Yahoo! News, Men’s Journal, Women’s Health, and Outside. She was guest editor and is a regular contributor to the magazine Backpacker and instructs their online class, “Thru-hiking 101.” Liz serves as the Vice President of the American Long Distance Hiking Association and ambassador for the American Hiking Society. A former outdoor staff writer at Wirecutter/New York Times, Liz founded and is editor-in-chief of Treeline Review, a comparative gear review website committed to creating a more inclusive outdoor world.
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