Sunday’s are for exploring. 🌿
....Or for watching football? #govikings 💛💜
I’m spending this cold winter day back home with my fam, cheering on the Vikings, decorating for the holidays, doing some yin yoga, and reminiscing warm Minnesotan summers.
➳ How do you like to spend your Sunday’s?
There's nothing like Sunday Funday on a mountaintop with your gal pals. Here's @symoli and her fellow women who hike atop of one of Washington's famed peaks, Mailbox Peak.
How are you spending the weekend on the trails? Tell us about it in the comments below 👇
The race is long, and in the end, it’s only with yourself. Pursue progress over perfection.
Making Adventure. Building Community.
Seeking the Unseen. Living Among The Wild.
#AmongTheWild | AmongTheWildCo.com
🌿| One Tree Planted With Every Order
Started the weekend with a flat tire during the snow storm but we still had fun
“A 2 hour drive from Phoenix, Sedona attracts visitors from around the world with its red rock formations and vortexes. Whether you enjoy hiking or sipping wine with a view, Sedona offers something for everyone across all abilities.” | from our sedona guide // on the blog!
*she wakes up before the sunrise/me to hike on a weekend*
*is the coolest 16-year-old I know*
@xplrwild dwarfed by banana trees while hiking the lower elevations of our Kanchenjunga Circuit trek.
Just in case no one told you today:
Good morning 😃
You're doing great 👍🏼 I believe in you ✨
Nice butt 😉 .
The holiday season can bring so much joy and love but it can also bring stress and the feeling of loss.
Here is to, for however you are feeling, whether that be sad/happy/confused/in love/etc. Here is to you being an awesome human doing awesome things and never giving up in life. Remember that there are people that love you and care about you. Remember that love and care about others.
If you're in my life in some form or another- or have been, I appreciate you and whichever way you've impacted me along the way 🎈💋 Cheers to the holidays! Cheers to life! Cheers to always kicking ass even if all you want to do is give up 💪🏼
My early 20s were marked by chronic pain and fatigue. I never would have imagined that, at 30, I’d hike the W Trek (and have the time of my life while doing so). I think that’s worth a victory jump. What’s next, world? #wildernessbabes
My book club read Murder on the Orient Express a couple months ago and we KNEW we had to go see the movie together!
Funniest part of the night was in the washroom after the movie was done, we heard women saying, "Well, it was decent, but there wasn't really enough action..." and, "It moved too slowly for me..."
UM HAVE YOU READ THE BOOK LADIES?! The movie was like 48 times more action-packed than the book!
In the book there were no shots fired, no near-death experiences (well, besides the murder), and certainly no chase scenes.
It was a good movie, I enjoyed it, but it was definitely Hollywoodified.
What's the last page-to-screen adaptation you saw? Did you like it?
Trying hard to push through the last few days until graduation when I’d much rather be pushing through an ascent. I’m in Texas, but my mind is in the woods and my heart is hurting for Alaska. I’m grateful to be so close to some free time for camping and solitude. The mountains are always calling, but they’ve been yelling lately.//