The Wilderness and Wellness Podcast

Victoria Livschitz: From Silicon Valley to Yosemite Valley, Backpacking for Mental and Physical Health

February 03, 2020 Ron Waline / Victoria Livschitz Season 1 Episode 18
The Wilderness and Wellness Podcast
Victoria Livschitz: From Silicon Valley to Yosemite Valley, Backpacking for Mental and Physical Health
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The Wilderness and Wellness Podcast
Victoria Livschitz: From Silicon Valley to Yosemite Valley, Backpacking for Mental and Physical Health
Feb 03, 2020 Season 1 Episode 18
Ron Waline / Victoria Livschitz

Discussion with Silicon Valley tech engineer and founder of multinational corporations, Victoria Livschitz about her journey into the world of hiking and multi-day backpacking and the mental and physical benefits she has gained as a result and how it has helped her balance her high-stress tech career. Victoria also offers advice for those looking to get into multi-day backpacking and details the services of her new company “Right On Trek””, which is working to make backpacking more accessible by offering support in the form of trip planning advice, itineraries, food lists, gear recommendations and rentals, and many other problem solving services, at an affordable price. While discussing the services of “Right On Trek” we talk about the social justice aspects of getting people outdoors who may not usually have access.

Contact:

Victoria’s LinkedIn

www.RightOnTrek.com

Right On Trek Facebook Page

Right On Trek Twitter

Book Recommendations:

The Ultimate Hiker’s Gear Guide

Web Recommendations:

Andrew Skurka Website and Blog

Show Notes

Discussion with Silicon Valley tech engineer and founder of multinational corporations, Victoria Livschitz about her journey into the world of hiking and multi-day backpacking and the mental and physical benefits she has gained as a result and how it has helped her balance her high-stress tech career. Victoria also offers advice for those looking to get into multi-day backpacking and details the services of her new company “Right On Trek””, which is working to make backpacking more accessible by offering support in the form of trip planning advice, itineraries, food lists, gear recommendations and rentals, and many other problem solving services, at an affordable price. While discussing the services of “Right On Trek” we talk about the social justice aspects of getting people outdoors who may not usually have access.

Contact:

Victoria’s LinkedIn

www.RightOnTrek.com

Right On Trek Facebook Page

Right On Trek Twitter

Book Recommendations:

The Ultimate Hiker’s Gear Guide

Web Recommendations:

Andrew Skurka Website and Blog