While I’m enjoying the sunshine and gentle Atlantic beaches here on the east coast, I’m certainly aching for home. I’m looking forward to some good PNW coffee, forests full of evergreens, and maybe even a little rain. 🌲☔️☕️
Baksi is one of the best museums I have ever visited. So happy I had the opportunity to spend an afternoon and evening there. Watch this space for my guide on museums off the beaten track. #followingmarco
Sharing the trail with fellow women who hike can undoubtedly bring out the best in us. This is @tracygarvey exploring the trails with her friends in Bryce National Park.
We want to share in your weekend with you, wherever you are on the trails. Use our hashtag #womenwhohike to share your adventure with us.
This weekend we are also hitting the trails with fellow women who hike in the Northeast for two of our group hikes. Today we'll be hiking with @merrell in the Whites and then summiting one of New Hampshire's 4000 footers tomorrow. Follow along with our adventure on IG Stories.
Enjoy the weekend... and happy hiking ✌️#womenwhohike
Spent the morning watching as the trees shed their leaves to survive the winter 🍁❄️ Now I’m practicing putting chains on the car so that I can survive the winter too 🙃🚙 I guess I have more in common with a tree than I thought 🌲😅
A few months ago our community was hiking in the Royal National Park. As we were eating delicious Anzac biscuits for morning tea, we spotted a lone woman hiking 😱. We know!
Immediately, we approached this woman and offered her a cup of tea and a biscuit. She was soon adopted as part of the adventure family and hiked with us for the rest of the day.
Today, adopted Annette came back to join us kayaking. It was also her birthday! This little story is what makes us inspired and dedicated to grow our women's adventure community.
We welcome all women. Women who are new to kayaking. Women who attend individually. And women who are not even in our group! All of you!
Today was very peaceful on the water in Kangaroo Valley and the weather was fantastic.
We will be back on Sunday 26th November for the next one!
Thank you for a great day 🙌 . #womenwantadventure
ohhhh throwback to warmer days on one of my favorite trails🙌🏼
i remember feeling a large sense of accomplishment after hiking this trail because it was 13ish miles on my still-recovering ankle sprain. i hiked the following day because i felt so great...then went into a downward spiral of pain from pushing it too much.
flash forward to today - i ran 6 miles. this is something i have been looking forward to. “the day i could run again”. i kept it simple, flat, and on a gravel path. the first mile my ankle was quietly talking to me in the sense of......what the heck are we doing? we don’t do this anymore. but by mile 2-3 i just wanted to keep going. i could’ve kept going but talked myself out of it. nothing clears the mind completely like running does.....well except climbing.
by mile 6 i was just repeating in my mind - one step in front of the other that’s all this is....
and it was
just like life.
only one breath at a time
one step at a time
one moment - THIS moment is all we have, what shall we do with this moment?
i’m thinking about maybe starting a simple 1-mile a day challenge. i’d be happy if anyone wanted to join me?! just one mile....everyday for let’s say a month. it can be more than a mile but the mile will be the bare minimum. WHOS WITH ME?!🙋🏻 rain or fucking shine. also if you’re a slow runner - dm me. i need friends again