Windows To The Wild

Episode Guide


Season 9


Quiet Waters (#908)

While many paddlers search for adventure in white water, canoeist and author Alex Wilson finds both ...

Hiking In The Dark (#907)

Randy Pierce lost his sight in 2000, but not his determination to keep hiking. He and his dog the ...

A Hike Back To WWII (#906)

History lives on Mt. Waternomee in Woodstock, NH, where in 1942 an American B-18A bomber crashed ...

Backcountry Ski Buddies (#905)

The Appalachian Mountain Club operates a string of lodges in northern Maine. Host Willem Lange and ...

Hiking In Dogtown (#904)

Dogtown, part of the forgotten forests of Cape Ann, Mass., offers a trek through colonial history. ...

Walking Off The War (#903)

Along the Appalachian Trail at Smarts Mountain near Lyme, Warrior Hikers trekking NH's section of ...

Mountain Mysteries (#902)

Spooky things are lurking on this hike! Host Willem Lange joins Marianne O'Connor, author of ...

The Peak Of Mount Greylock (#901)

Over the years, the mountain has attracted artists, writers and philosophers. It's where Herman ...

Season 8


Episode #814


Episode #813


Exploring The Night Sky (#812)

Willem and NH astronomer John Gianforte head outdoors to explore the wilderness above us - the ...

In Search Of Arethusa & The Falls (#811)

Willem's off to spend a weekend at the Omni Mount Washington Hotel in Bretton Woods, right in the ...

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