Quest for the forgotten – the art of historical exploration

Exploring is not only a quest for the new and unkown, but can be a quest for the forgotten. Welcome Chelsea to the blog today as she discusses exploring lost and forgotten places full of history. Quest for the forgotten – the art of historical exploration #HikeLikeAWoman Click To Tweet “I grow very fond of […]

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Pedra de Gavea (Crow Nest’s Stone) Hike

Have you ever hiked a trail where you pushed yourself harder than before? Have you hiked one where you thought you might not make it to the summit? Welcome Helina to the blog today as she talks about hiking a super steep trail in Brazil. Pedra de Gavea (Crow Nest’s Stone) Hike #HikeLikeAWoman Click To […]

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5 Pro Tips for Hiking With Kids

Welcome Ruth to the website today with 5 tips for hiking with children. We’re excited to have her all the way from South Africa with this video. Stay tuned, you just might see a zebra or two in this video. 5 Pro Tips for Hiking With Kids #HikeLikeAWoman Click To Tweet **** Tip #1: Be […]

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Hitcase Shield Update (Gear Review)

Welcome Jennifer to the blog today as she give an update on her review of the Hitcase phone cover. Hitcase Shield Update (Gear Review) #HikeLikeAWoman Click To Tweet Last November I had the opportunity to test and review the Hitcase Shield. My review was mediocre. In the three weeks that I tested the case the […]

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Benefab Sore No-More Therapeutic Knee Brace

Do you ever get sore knees while hiking? Welcome #teamHLAW’s Helina to the blog today and read her thoughts on the Benefab Sore No-More Therapeutic Knee Brace. Benefab Sore No-More Therapeutic Knee Brace #HikeLikeAWoman Click To Tweet I was so excited to be chosen to try out this product. During a day hiking excursion of […]

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Animosa Go With Your Flow Pack (product review)

Have you ever had to deal with your period while on a hike? Welcome #teamHLAW’s Lucy to the blog today as she reviews Animosa’s Go With Your Flow pack. @Animosa Go With Your Flow pack @HikeLikeAWoman Click To Tweet I signed up to review the Animosa Go With Your Flow Pack because I literally hike […]

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North Georgia Waterfall Hikes

I love hiking to waterfalls. They are so calming and relaxing, and simply beautiful. I also love hiking to them, which makes the view a little more earned and untouched by man. Welcome Andrea to the blog today as she gives us three wonderful waterfall hikes in northern Georgia. North Georgia Waterfall Hikes #HikeLikeAWoman Click […]

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Faerie Glen Nature Reserve, Pretoria, South Africa

Faerie Glen Nature Reserve, Pretoria, South Africa #HikeLikeAWoman Click To Tweet South Africa! Just saying those two words makes any adventure in that part of the world seem exotic. Today Ruth takes us to the Faerie Glen Nature Reserve, Pretoria, South Africa and tell us why it’s one of her favorite places to hike. You […]

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A Snowshoeing Tradition

I love incorporating the outdoors into New Year’s Eve or New Year’s Day. Is there any other better way to kick off the start of a new year? Welcome Ardeen to the blog today and learn about her family’s tradition of snowshoeing on New Year’s Eve. A Snowshoeing Tradition #HikeLikeAWoman Click To Tweet One New […]

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Oboz Bridger (Gear Review)

I (Mara) was super excited to review the Oboz Bridger boots because fining a good boot is a top priority for me. The following are my thoughts on them. Oboz Review #HikeLikeAWoman #oboz Click To Tweet If my feet are miserable on a trek, then I’m miserable. It doesn’t matter if they are cold, wet, […]

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Mayflower Bocawina National Park

Hiking in a rain forest sounds amazing, but the humidity does sound rough. I love hiking to waterfalls and can’t imagine rappelling down them. Welcome Jennifer to the blog today as she writes about hiking and rappelling in Belize. Mayflower Bocawina National Park #HikeLikeAWoman Click To Tweet When I committed to doing the 52 Hike […]

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8 Tips To Help You Prepare For Your Epic Hike

Getting in shape for your epic hike doesn’t have to be work, it can just as fun as your hike. The following are my (Mara) tips for shaping up for an epic hike. 8 tips to help you prepare for your epic hike #HikeLikeAWoman Click To Tweet It’s a new year and you have new […]

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The Room of Doom

The more outdoors activities you enjoy the more gear you acquire. And all that stuff can pile up and take over. Like, Annie I have a guest room that is where I store all my gear. Here is her method of organizing “the room of doom.” The Room of Doom #HikeLikeAWoman Click To Tweet I […]

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Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park

One of the great things about the National Park Service is it not only protects our countries natural beauty, but also our history. I love visiting places that are rich in history. But sometimes it can be a sad story. Welcome Andrea to the blog today for a trip report from a Civil War battlefield […]

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Swampwalker

I am always amazed at women who take challenges to the next level. It is pretty inspirational when they can call themselves a master of something and take a break, but instead keep pushing for more challenges. Here is Lorna’s interview with Swamp Walker, who is an amazing woman, and why she is inspired by […]

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In The Wilderness With Whitney

Meet Whitney Klenzendorf. Whitney is an outdoor woman who is passionate about helping women who are new to the outdoors and outdoor Veterans develop the knowledge and courage to lace up their boots and get out on a trail. Whitney is also an avid hunter and in our conversation, you’ll hear her perspective on guns, […]

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The Last Season by Eric Blehm

Like, Annie, I devour books, especially when it involves lives that I do not live. Learning about those dedicated to wilderness and preservation always amaze me. Here are Annie’s thoughts on Eric Blehm’s book The Last Season. The Last Season by Eric Blehm @hikelikeawoman Click To Tweet I’ve always been a lover of books, I […]

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No-Bake Peanut Butter Energy Bars

These bars look amazing. Like Jill‘s husband, I too went looking for snacks after reading this. And now, I’m off to make these! No-Bake Peanut Butter Bars @hikelikeawoman Click To Tweet I really enjoy eating snacks when hiking. I always look forward to taking a break and digging through my pack in search of the […]

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Long Pond Trail

Long Pond Trail @hikelikeawoman Click To Tweet I think a lot of times we believe that a trail has to be a lung-busting climb to an epic view in order to be considered a true hike. Several months ago I asked our Ambassadors to tell us about their favorite trail. I was amazed at the […]

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Exploring the Great Smoky Mountains With Michelle

Meet Michelle Long. Michelle is a dear friend of mine. I consider her and a few other of my Hike Like A Woman Ambassadors to be my mentors in life and the outdoors, so you know she’s a pretty special lady. Michelle started hiking in 2010 so she’s relatively new to the outdoors and a […]

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Imposter syndrome

Nature never judges us on who we are, what we look like, or how well we fit in with society. Nature simply accepts us and calms us. Welcome Helina to the blog today as she discusses her experiences with the impostor syndrome. Imposter Syndrome @hikelikeawoman Click To Tweet Impostor syndrome (also known as impostor phenomenon or […]

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4 tips for hiking with your partner

I have definitely been on many hikes where my hiking partner and I have gotten on each other’s nerves. Here are some great tips by Annie on how to avoid pushing each other’s buttons. 4 tips for hiking with your partner @hikelikeawoman Click To Tweet Everyone hikes for their own reasons whether it be solace, […]

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How To Become A Hike Like A Woman Ambassador

***Update 2/8/18*** Our 2018/2019 Ambassador application period will open on May 1st. To be notified please sign up for our weekly newsletter! *** February 2017 Today is our second birthday! Our little old website is turning from baby to toddler …we’re still babies in the blogosphere BUT exciting things are underway my friends. Here’s one […]

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Big, Huge Grateful Hearts (+ a holiday picnic)

Big, Huge Grateful Hearts (+ a holiday picnic) #holidayadventure @hikelikeawoman Click To Tweet It’s Christmas morning and I’ve deleted my previously scheduled post to write what is on my heart today. My kids and husband are buried in legos. Big, fat snowflakes are falling outside my window. And I’m on my 2nd cup of hot […]

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The Oboz Madison

A few months ago our friends at Oboz sent Elisa a pair of Oboz Madison boots for testing and review. We were excited for the chance to work wtih Oboz for a few reasons. First, Oboz is headquartered in my hometown, Bozeman Montana. Sure, I live in Wyoming now but I’ll always be a Bozeman girl.  I […]

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Meet Eileen

I love reading stories about outdoor women who lead bold, passionate and fun lives. When Lisa, an Ambassador on our team submitted this story about her friend Eileen I knew that you’d love it…and think that Eileen is rad. I hope you enjoy the interview! ~Rebecca Meet Eileen…an awesome #outdoorwoman @hikelikeawoman Click To Tweet When […]

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How To Get Up After You Fall

I think it’s good to admit that we’re not perfect. That mistakes happen and that sometimes we have difficult and challenging days in life and on the trail. Please welcome Jennifer to the blog today. This post wasn’t super easy for her to share so be sure to drop some love for her in the […]

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A Trip To The Highest Mountain In Australia

Have you been following and participating in our Adventure Through The Holidays Challenge with our team and Tales of a Mountain Mama? One of the activities on the challenge is to go snowshoeing. When Kristin, our resident Australian Ambassador offered up a story about snowshoeing in Australia I had to publish it on the website…mostly because when […]

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The Hitcase

I’m always searching for an affordable phone case that doesn’t interfere with what I want my phone to do and sound quality. A few months ago I was contacted by Hitcase and offered a phone case for review (and giveaway). Hitcase has the goal to provide mobile phone cases tough enough for the outdoor adventurer. […]

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Onya Hipster Bag

Last summer Onya sponsored our #takeahike challenge and offered me one of their Hipster Bags. It’s essentially a little pouch that slides onto the waist belt of a baby carrier. Since my 3-year-old prefers to walk over being carried these days (yesss!!!) and I’m a loyal and true fan of the Ribz frontpack I happily offered […]

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Skhoop Long Down Hoodie

Over the past two years Skhoop has become one of my favorite brands for cold weather clothing. I love Skhoop down skirts, I practically live in them and often throw them over leggings (and even jeans) when I run errands around town or play outside with my kids. I love my Skhoop puffy jacket because it’s […]

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Armaskin Anti-Blister Sock Liners

Last summer Armaskin sent Helina, Lucy & Tina a few pairs of their anti-blister sock liners for testing and review. The concept of this sock liner is unique, it is semi-adhesive or “sticky” on the inside while the outside of the sock is smooth fabric to reduce friction. The concept intrigued me. I had read a […]

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Arctic Cool T-Shirts

Last summer a few Hike Like A Woman Ambassadors (Yvonne, Kathryn & Andrea) were provided a few Arctic Cool Instant Cooling Shirts for testing and review.  According to Arctic Cool: “The Arctic Cool Instant Cooling Shirt uses HydroFreeze™ X Cooling Technology to do just that. Work up a sweat, and you’ll feel the cooling effect […]

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Wool-it Works Magic Against Blisters

I hate blisters. And I like magic products that aid in blister prevention. When Wool-It, a company based out of New Zealand, contact me last summer about their product I knew that I had to get it into the hands of a few good Hike Like A Woman Ambassadors for testing and review. Michelle & […]

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First Degree Mudder

I have to admit that I’m a geek. But you probably already knew that by now. I tend to really enjoy dense, non-fiction books centered around the business and self-help genre. So, when I was contacted by Kate Dyer-Seeley for a review of her latest book, First Degree Mudder I turned the opportunity over to […]

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LuLaRoe Leggings On The Trail

For the next few weeks, we’ll going to stray from our typical content and focus on reviewing a few products that we’ve been testing around here. First up, LuLaRoe leggings. LuLaRoe Leggings On The Trail @hikelikeawoman (+special discount) #lularoe #leggings #roewithit Click To Tweet Rebecca’s Thoughts Several months ago my sister-in-law, Laura, started selling LuLaRoe […]

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