Hudson Lindenberger – Writer, Editor, & Traveler
Live The Story
Hudson Lindenberger is an award-winning writer who believes that life is full of interesting stories and his goal is to tell as many of them as possible. He has written about everything from people changing their lives and the worlds that surround them, to the latest gear and beer, with a focus on travel, adventure, and the environment. As a digital nomad, he has spent the last several years on the road, writing about both local and universal topics, while documenting it all with his camera.
This deep dive into Colorado’s inmate firefighting program told the tale that many participants face working on teams like these. That they often can not continue using the skills they learned once released.
Over several weeks I scoured the internet, talked to experts, and delved into my own travels to create a list of vacations that could be bucket list trips for most readers. Some are once in a lifetime while others are quite affordable.
For this story, I dove into the story surrounding YOUR MANAGER IS BITCH, a beer that went viral upon its release, highlighting the increasing practice of brewers using their beer labels as a billboard to highlight issues.
Mountain Guide Eli Helmuth is in the process of helping create a unique climbing culture on the island of Puerto Rico. For this story I talked with Helmuth and locals to find the beta on this new hot spot for climbing.
I caught up with one of the legends in the cannabis industry on the deck of a small hotel in Mexico to talk about the industry and where he sees it heading.
In this story detailing the dining scene in Boulder, Colorado, I spent several days with some of the best chefs, sommeliers, and restaurateurs in the city laying out a list of must-visit spots.
Hudson is the co-author of the best selling book On Thin Ice: An Epic Final Quest into the Melting Arctic. The book has garnered numerous accolades and was awarded a gold medal from Independent Publisher.
Life is most interesting when you are immersing yourself in new experiences. In an effort to discover the stories that are begging to be told, Hudson searches out interesting people, new places, and unusual adventures. From standing knee-deep in the muck in the highland jungles of Guatemala, to rolling out of a tent high in the Rockies, to tipping back a pint with locals in a lonely pub in the Czech Republic, he is always on the lookout for the next few words to put on paper.