Explorer and Storyteller Daniel Fox Returns to Summit Powder Mountain
Interview with Daniel Fox, explorer, storyteller, and founder of W.I.L.D., an initiative that raises funds to send under privileged youth to wilderness immersion camps. Daniel uses lessons from time spent in the wilderness to educate others how to take control of their lives, and own their own decisions through a method of STOP, BREATHE, RELAX, and LISTEN.
In this interview, Fox voices his belief in the need for society to re-embrace solitude and silence. Fox also opens up about recent significant life changes including getting married in an ephemeral ice cave. Look for Fox's latest photography project, Random Connectedness.
Recorded at Summit Powder Mountain's Skylodge.
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