Here are a few backpacking safety tips to help keep you safe, stoked, and exploring the wilderness like a backcountry expert.
Belaying is arguably the most important skill in climbing so learning how to belay— and how to belay well— is essential!
To pass a belay certification test, you’ll need to demonstrate your ability to perform these 4 skills.
Study up and nail your belay certification test on your first try!
Our crags need you. Our planet needs you.
Here are some small small steps you can take to be a more sustainable rock climber.
With outdoor sports like hiking, climbing, and backpacking becoming increasingly popular every year, it’s more important than ever to be mindful of how we’re effecting outdoor spaces.
The better we can adventure in alignment with the Leave No Trace 7 Principles, the better we can minimize our impacts and protect our precious outdoor spaces.
The outdoors is for all of us regardless of our skin color, class, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, what our bodies looks like, or what they’re able to do.
Here are a few diverse and inclusive outdoor podcasts sharing a wide spectrum of outdoor narratives about connecting with the outdoors from a diverse community of women.
Let’s give back to the beautiful outdoors by packing out ALL of our trash and starting conversations with our friends to do the same.
To ensure long term sustainability for our public lands, packing out all toilet paper is a necessary practice so we can enjoy our wild spaces for generations to come.
Here are 5 reasons to start packing out your toilet paper instead of burying it!
Are you wondering how to start climbing outside in a safe and smart way? Do you feel ready to take your climbing game to the next level? Perhaps you’re completely enamored with rock climbing and want to be a certified rock climbing instructor?
These climbing festivals, events, and courses are the perfect gatherings for you if you’re looking for female climbing partners, mentors, or an inclusive climbing community who you feel comfortable around and want to share your climbing stoke with.
However you’re looking to take your climbing pursuits to the next level, here are some rad women’s rock climbing events and programs created to help you do exactly that.
Human influx on rock climbing areas have impacted the environment hard.
So much so that in some areas, climbing access has been completely denied by land managers not liking how their land has been treated and transformed over time as a popular climbing destination.
Access Fund has created The Climber’s Pact: 13 responsible and sensible commitments that climbers pledge to abide by in efforts to protect our climbing lands.
I made more than my fair amount of mistakes (mostly terrible gear choices) that forced me to learn the hard, uncomfortable, and painful way.
Backpacking shouldn’t be synonymous with pain and suffering. Don’t make the same mistakes I did! Be prepared so you can feel comfortable, confident, and have a great time running wild in the wilderness!
My life drastically changed (for the better) when I became obsessed with collecting adventures and yours can too. Money returns. Time doesn’t. Make sure you are making the most of your most precious resource.