Author: Beth Silverman, Fathom

Music for the great outdoors. Photo by Ali Inay/Unsplash.

Contributor Beth Silverman made a mixtape to accompany a crisp fall hike, a great soundtrack for changing leaves and roasting s’mores. She wrote it inspired by her time in the Shenandoah Valley, which you can read about here, but we think it’s ideal for any mountain high.

MIXTAPE FOR THE ROAD

Load up Beth’s fall playlist on Spotify before you lace up those hiking boots.

Track List

1. “Doctor My Eyes,” by Jackson Browne
2. “Baby Blue (feat. Chance the Rapper),” by Action Bronson
3. “Oogum Boogum Song,” by Brenton Wood
4. “Deadwater,” by Wet
5. “Sweet Black Angel,” by The Rolling Stones
6. “Heartsigh,” by Purity Ring
7. “Gibraltar,” by Beirut
8. “Hold Me Tight,” by Johnny Nash
9. “Never Going Back Again,” by Fleetwood Mac
10. “Dancing In The Moonlight,” by King Harvest
11. “1999,” by Active Child
12. “Sweet And Low,” by Tedeschi Trucks Band
13. “Back In My Baby’s Arms,” by Patsy Cline
14. “A Fool In Love,” by Ike and Tina Turner
15. “Foreign Fields,” by Kacy Hill
16. “Sunny,” by Bobby Heeb
17. “More of You,” by Chris Stapleton

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This article originally appeared on Fathom.