All posts by Nolan Osborne

My Father’s Footsteps, By Carson Keys

I grew up flying in my dad’s Cessna, but his was equipped with tundra tires and not floats. Taking off and landing in a floatplane for the first time was the perfect foreshadowing for what the rest of this trip would be; lots of firsts.

EP169: The Mountains Are Calling with Nate Chaszeyka

Adam is joined by ski mountaineer Nate Chaszeyka to discuss how mountains and mountain pursuits have impacted their lives.

EP168: Behind the Lens with Talus Creative

On this episode, Nolan is joined by long-time friend Connor Gabbott, of Talus Creative. They touch on past and upcoming hunts, life and lessons learned as a camera man, and dive into some more technical

Caucasus Mountains of Southern Russia, By Peter Hunt

The big tur rolled out from behind the rock, falling down the side of the mountain. A hundred feet below it hit the side and bounced. Gaining speed, it fell another two hundred feet and bounced. Then four hundred feet, another big bounce, then out of sight. A couple of seconds later I heard a loud thud. I looked over at my Russian guide, Kemal, and he was shaking his head. “No good,” he said.

Roar of the Highland Stag, By Lukas Schulte

I was standing in the dark outside of St. Huberts Lodge near the small town of Pitlochry, in central Scotland. The night air was cold and filled with the deep vocalizations of Scottish highland stags

EP 167: The Year of the Elk # 7 – Roosevelt Elk Camp

On this episode, recorded on location at Rosie Camp, the (very tired) hunting crew discuss their recent adventure chasing coastal elk in some of the most raw and inspiring terrain in B.C.

EP 166: A Hunter’s Guilt with Guest Host, Steve Opat

Steve Opat & Brent Miller discuss “A Hunter’s Guilt”. They aren’t talking about the emotional tug we can feel when we harvest an animal, they are helping us learn about the difficulties of choosing between two things we love.

EP 165: Lessons, Maturity, and New Perspectives with Kelly Molnar

On this swap-cast, Adam and Kelly Molnar from The Rookie Hunter Podcast discuss lessons learned and new perspectives gained thus far in the 2019 season. Although there’s still plenty of hunting season left here in

JOMH 2019 Elk Hunting Gear

The first elk hunt of the year took us to the Kootenay region of southern British Columbia in mid-September. While we would be hunting the rut, we knew that our area of focus was not

The Climb, By Brett Rivard

With horse trailers in tow we headed East, homeward bound after a gruelling ten days in the backcountry of Alberta’s Rocky Mountains. Another sheep season had  barely come and gone, and I was already working