Full datetime event:Wednesday, November 1, 2023From 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
- Is drinking too much water dangerous?
- What do you do if there's lightning when you're hiking?
- Which will help you stay warmer... hot coffee or orange juice?
Tonight, Adam Roeske of GOES Health joins us for a night all about staying safe in the outdoors. He'll start by debunking myths and then open the floor to all of you to share your backcountry safety questions and stories.
The final event of our 2023 Blundstone Backyard Series.
Adam Roeske is a past life science researcher for Stanford Medical and currently serves as Co-Founder and Director of Outdoor Health Programs at GOES Health. His rich tapestry of experiences spans across borders and cultures of over 40 countries. With Egyptian, German, and English roots, Adam's global perspective deeply influences his approach to life and work.
Adam is driven by his belief in making natural spaces more accessible, equitable, and inclusive. With GOES, he aims to empower outdoor enthusiasts to embrace their health and embark on adventures confidently and with peace of mind.
About Blundstone Shop
Blundstone has opened a pop-up in Williamsburg to create an exciting Aussie footwear experience. Come and see all of the iconic boots Blundstone has been creating for over 150 years. Featuring durable, comfortable, and rugged boots for Men, Women, and Children. Whether you are navigating the countryside or the streets of NYC you'll look and feel great in a pair of Blundstones.
About Goes Health
GOES Health is an award-winning outdoor safety app created and staffed by expert wilderness medicine doctors. We deliver relevant and validated medical info when and where you need it.
What is Mappy Hour?
Mappy Hour is a nationwide movement to bring adventure-loving city-dwellers together and get outside.
Want to learn how to kayak? You're sure to meet someone who's out on the water every weekend. Planning your first backpacking trip? There's might be someone drinking a beer next to you who's hiked the AT.
Seasoned pros and beginners alike are welcome to come, bring some maps, have a beer, and share stories. You'll be making plans to hit the trails in no time.