House hunting for a camper

Sometimes taking a camper is easier, drier, and just more comfortable than a tent. But sometimes it can be more a hassle. Contributor Robin EH. Bagley takes us through her process of transitioning from a camper to a tent. House hunting for a camper #HikeLikeAWoman Click To Tweet After a couple chilly nights spent sliding […]

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Deepening into the Up

It is when we slow down and take in the scenery and what is going on around us that we truly find peace. Contributor Kristin Bornstein writes about her trek to Everest Base Camp in Nepal. Kristin overcame nerves, and the steepness slowed her down so she could really look deep inside herself as she […]

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Quality time with dad on the trail

Mara here. My father taught me so much about what it is to be an outdoorsy woman, and I will always treasure that. Contributor Amber Vaillancourt talks about spending quality time with her father on the trail and what hiking with her father means to her. Quality time with dad on the trail #HikeLikeAWoman Click […]

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Letting go of mistakes and taking the experience as a whole

Do you put pressure on yourself to be perfect? Contributor Aubrey Moore talks about how she learned to take the experience as a whole rather than keeping score on what she did right and what she did wrong. Letting go of mistakes and taking the experience as a whole #HikeLikeAWoman Click To Tweet Pressure. If […]

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No Questions: The Real World (Lack of) Curiosity about My Hike

I’ve have always been amazed at thru-hikers. And I would relish sitting down and discussing what it was like spending six months on the trail. But to the non-hiker, or non thru-hiker they may not know how to respond to the enthusiasm of thu-hiker. Contributor Rachael Leahy thru-hiked the Appalachian Trail and had confusion on […]

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A Breath of Fresh Air

The outdoors not only can heal us, but it helps us cope with life. Contributor Mickey Sanderson discusses how fresh air, dirt, and the outdoors helps her son have more happiness in his life. This is a powerful story. A Breath of Fresh Air #HikeLikeAWoman Click To Tweet Giggles, coos, goo goo gaga, and then […]

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Drawn to the Mountains

Art evokes feelings that are unique to each viewer. The same goes for what draws us into nature. Contributor Diane Shearer of South Africa shares why she is drawn to the mountains, as well as some of her wonderful artwork inspired by those mountains. Drawn to the Mountains #HikeLikeAWoman Click To Tweet The best answer […]

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How Hiking Changed Jenny’s Life

Hiking has so many benefits. It can help us heal, bond with other, and find peace of mind. Welcome Jenny to the blog today as discusses how hiking changed her life. How hiking changed Jenny’s life #HikeLikeAWoman Click To Tweet My name is Jenny Collier and I would love to share my story and encourage […]

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5 Yoga Poses To Take On The Trail

I remember my first yoga class. I was 6 months postpartum and my body had turned to mush after an inactive pregnancy and horrific labor and delivery experience. I was trying to adjust to motherhood and a new career outside of the Army. It was a tough transition, I was a hot mess. I showed […]

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One Step At A Time

One step at a time @hikelikeawoman #womenwhohike #hikelikeawoman Click To Tweet I’m doing something a little bit new and opening up the website to guest posts as a chance for other’s to share their thoughts, ideas and stories and I’m super excited to welcome Suzi Minor to the blog today. Recently she sent me an […]

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