Listen. Pace yourself. The path to success doesn't happen in one frenetic push—it's a process that requires a measured, steady pace.
A Gear List Written By and For Women in the Backcountry Every year when I dust off my backcountry kit, I take stock of what worked the previous season. I scrutinize everything, from the snacks I carry to the spare…
Last season taught me the importance of following strong, connected, communally-minded women because they reflect the best of what I want to see in myself.
Inspiration delivered directly to your eyeball, traveling straight to your heart, all women led.
I wanted to show that the female friendships that develop through climbing are powerful and that this sport is built on a foundation of mutual support.
We sat down with Michelle Toshack of Adventure Scientists and learned more about the organization and their current project, Timber Tracking!
“To send: to climb a route or complete a boulder problem with zero falls.” Ideally, when we show up prepared, psyched and try hard, we’ll send that climb we’ve been eyeing, right?
Jessica McWhirt chats about how mountain biking pushed her to let go of perfection and taught her to grow from her falls.
Gabaccia is an artist and conscious creative whose works, regardless of the medium, intersect beautifully with the social and environmental issues surrounding her. Thanks for joining us on this interview, and give her a follow at the links above.
How many ways can you camp in your car? Thousands.