Windows To The Wild

Episode Guide


Season 8


Photographing Foliage At Zealand Falls (#810)

Airs: Monday, June 1
Willem learns some secrets to snapping spectacular shots of foliage from photographer Jerry Monkman ...

Hiking With Atticus The Dog (#809)

Airs: Friday, May 29
Tom Ryan hikes the mountains of New England because he and his famous dog Atticus love the ...

Hikes North Of The Whites (#808)

Willem and Kim Nilsen, author of "50 Hikes North of the White Mountains," hike part of the 165-mile ...

Soaring Over Franconia (#807)

Willem soars the thermals in a glider plane piloted by Peter Stauble of the Franconia Soaring ...

Rejoining A Hike (#806)

Rev. David Keller invites Willem to hike with him on the Carter Dome Trail at Pinkham Notch, where ...

Canoeing The Connecticut (#805)

Willem canoes the Connecticut River from Lemington to Guildhall, VT, with a group hoping to ...

Celebrating A Hiking Old-Timer (#804)

After meeting Don Vandenburgh, an 89-year-old WWII vet and lifelong hiker, Willem cautiously hikes ...

Wildlife Videographer Alfred Balch (#803)

Wildlife videographer Alfred Balch heads into the woods with Willem and uses his camera lens to ...

Hike To New Madison Spring Hut (#802)

Willem enjoys spectacular views as he hikes the steep Valley Way Trail en route to the renovated ...

Three Mile Island (#801)

Airs: Tuesday, June 23
Willem visits Three Mile Island Camp on Lake Winnipesaukee. The AMC site has been surprisingly ...

Season 7


Episode #710


Episode #709



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