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The Mountain Life
Wednesday, 9 a.m. - 10 a.m.

On The Mountain Life, hosts Jay Burke and Mary Beth Maziarz and Lynn Ware Peek explore a wide variety of topics from health, fitness and nutrition to parenting, lifestyle and education.

For inquiries, guests and show ideas, contact the show at themountainlife@kpcw.org

Sponsored by:
Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation

Latest Segments
Latest Podcasts
  • Renowned dyslexia expert and founder of Eye to Eye, a national non-profit mentoring program, David Flink shares his insights on learning disabilities and founder of Mountain Trails Foundation, Jan Wilking, links Park City's past to the present.
  • The Teton Pass between Idaho and Wyoming has a temporary fix and commuters can once again drive across. We explore the greater ripple effects for the communities in Teton County, Wyoming, and Teton County, Idaho with Jackson County Commissioner Luther Propst, then, Jen Mann and Karden Rabin, co-founders of the Chronic Fatigue School, discuss the secret language of the body and how to heal chronic pain and stress by regulating the nervous systems. They’ve written a new book, "The Secret Language of the Body: Regulate Your Nervous System, Heal Your Body, Free Your Mind."
  • Journalist and author Christie Aschwanden talks about why people who are fat and healthy may hold keys to understanding obesity, and veteran publisher Paul Oelerich, editor of Ascent Magazine and the forthcoming Vanlife Adventure Journal, talks about high-quality adventure publications.
  • Stephen Casimiro, the founder and publisher of Adventure Journal, explains why print publications in the outdoor adventure realm are making a comeback. Then, local author Cynthia Clarke discusses her book, "Strategic Weight Loss: 20 Practical and Effective Strategies for Lifelong Success."
  • Local trainer Alex Wetmore explains the cutting edge of what makes kids, aging athletes (and everyone in between) thrive in sports, agility and fitness. Then, author Eric Weiner follows in the footsteps of Benjamin Franklin, mining his life for inspiring and practical lessons in a book that’s part biography, part travelogue, part personal prescription for a fuller, more meaningful life.