The Best of 2015

The best of #2015! #hikelikeawoman Click To Tweet It’s been an exciting year for Hike Like A Woman. Our website isn’t even a year old but through it I’ve made lasting friends, learned about amazing hiking trails all over North America and it’s been a fun place to write about what’s on my mind. Here’s […]

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Dirty Girl Gaiters (Gear Review)

I’m a hiking boot kinda girl. But a lot of times I find myself meandering my way down an old logging road, or easy wide dirt trail with my kids and in a situation where I don’t really need the extra support or stability of a boot. The past few years I’ve been hiking a […]

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#Hike2015. Week 9.

I can’t believe that our #hike2015 event has come to an end. Last March when the idea for #hike2015 hit I thought it would be a fun way to connect with you. I wanted our virtual interactions right here and on social media to come to life. But self-doubt hit. Would you want to take […]

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Deuce of Spades {Gear Review}

I hike with my kids (ages 2 & 4) a lot. At least 3 times per week but usually more like 5-6 days a week in the summer. This means that I dig a cathole for one of my children at least once a week. I don’t know what it is, but my kids never […]

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Ribz Front Pack {Gear Review}

I’m so excited to announce something new on the blog. Gear Reviews! Every Wednesday I plan to publish a short video gear review. I promise to make the video’s short, the reviews honest (even if I received the product for free to test and review) and to tell you the background stories about why I […]

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Hike2015: Week 7 Winners. Week 8 Challenge.

What a fun week! We had birthday hikes, a husband and wife team on a section of the Colorado trail, Mom’s leading hikes with tons of kids out on the trails, we had women’s hiking groups and multi-generational family hikes. We even had a family reunion hike. This week’s photo submissions just might have been […]

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Garbage Wreckin’ My Zen

One of the reasons that we selected a challenge for this week all about picking up garbage along the trails is because nothing wrecks a beautiful, pristine place more than a site like this. Or this. Or toilet paper hanging out of someone’s poop nugget on the side of the trail because the outhouse either […]

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