Moab’s The Other Half, a 13.1-mile road race to canyon country on October 19th, 2014.
Why is Wendy Drake spending hours every week running in the mountains, in rain, snow, sleet, and mud, facing exhaustion and risking injury? She is training for her first 100-mile mountain trail running race, but she also has some extra motivation. She’s not just running for herself—she’s running for a cause, to raise money for […]
If you’ve had your fill of skiing, skating, sledding and everything else you do for fun on the snow, check out the latest ski town fad: fat bikes. Fat bikes are all the rage in ski towns. Instead of waiting until the roads are clear and the sun is shining to take your road bike […]
Cyclist and author Molly Hurford to share some of the pain-free cycling tips covered in her book, Saddle, Sore.
Bad travel advice is rare. Travelers are open and adventurous types, with countless suggestions of off-the-beaten-path locales, such as museums not frequented even by locals. However, several folks have mentioned to me over the years that there’s little more to Athens than the Acropolis. Those people should be slapped. I was fortunate to connect with […]
I’m inspired to go sweat and tire myself out even more now, except I’m extra motivated to do it with style after seeing how these sassy ladies groove.
Okay, maybe you read the abrasively titled story in Mother Jones (“Lay Off the Almond Milk, You Ignorant Hipsters”) and maybe you didn’t. The premise was that (a) almond milk is ridiculously expensive, and (b) eating almonds is better for you than drinking almond milk. This isn’t exactly groundbreaking investigative journalism—we know it’s expensive, and […]
Well, women must be doing something right. The web lit up this week with stories about the last living people who were born in the 1800s—all women. And three of the five live in the United States. It’s remarkable to think about what these women have witnessed in their lives. They were born before the […]
The madness of the holiday rush is in full swing. If you’re still looking for the perfect gift for the adventurer on your list, Women’s Adventure has a few awesome and inexpensive ideas—from travel books, to sharing your travel points, to homemade bath salts. And if you’re looking for a great deal for yourself or […]
If you’re looking for me this weekend, I’ll be curled up with Discover Canada – 100 Inspiring Outdoor Adventures, dreaming about my next adventure.
As you ring in the New Year and put your 2015 calendar up, it’s time to recap some of the wonderful and memorable moments of 2014. This year three Nepalese climbers made history as the first all-female team to summit K2 on the 60th anniversary of the first successful summit bid. American snowboarder Jamie Anderson […]
These are not just your everyday life hacks—how to open a bottle of wine without an opener, how to start a campfire with Doritos, how to make your kids’ lunches look like a Disney character. These, my friends, are Super Hacks. These three Super Hacks are guaranteed to transform your life in a meaningful way. […]
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