Spring 2013 Issue

| March 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

Hi friends!

The Spring 2013 issue is out! It is available on newsstands and in e-reader form by March 5 and online for free in early April (sign up here for an email reminder when the issue goes live). We hope you’ll enjoy these stories and share them with your community and online.

Highlights of this issue include:

How-to Guides: The experts instruct on how to go canyoneering, road biking, and fly fishing, encourage you to try poi, forage for food, and dive a shipwreck, and also inspire you to make a change, go on a retreat, and take a risk.

Travel: Travel Editor Gigi Ragland shows you where to stay and where to play in Fredericksburg, Texas, and lends insider travel tips plus an exclusive interview with Blue Legacy founder Alexandra Cousteau.

Spring Features: “The Ladies of Lhotse” profiles the women who rule the routes on the world’s highest peaks; “Catch and Release” is the story of a first-time angler’s experience on Montana’s wildest river; “Her Turn” part two raises a metaphorical glass to the supporters behind superstar outdoor women.

Spring Gear Essentials: Outfits for the beginner fly fisher, apparel for the girly-girl roadie, clothes for sun-sensitive skin, and must-haves for any endurance athlete. Plus, this year’s best women’s hiking gear and a rechargeable bike light everyone can appreciate.

Jennifer C. Olson, Editor-In-Chief

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Jennifer Olson

Jennifer Olson

Editor-In-Chief at Women's Adventure
Also called "Editor Jenn" at Women’s Adventure, Jennifer Olson learns as much from you as she hopes you learn from the magazine and this website. Playing with magnetic poetry on her refrigerator helped Jennifer develop a philosophy by which she still lives: “If you publish a cliché, go explore real inspiration." Visit me on Google+

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Jennifer Olson

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Also called "Editor Jenn" at Women’s Adventure, Jennifer Olson learns as much from you as she hopes you learn from the magazine and this website. Playing with magnetic poetry on her refrigerator helped Jennifer develop a philosophy by which she still lives: “If you publish a cliché, go explore real inspiration." Visit me on Google+

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