Inquisitive women in the outdoors, on the road, and besides.
We team up with Liz Song of Snowqueen & Scout to dive into diversity, equity, and inclusion in the outdoors. Using your voice submissions and talking with experts, we learn about the barriers that exist to a more inclusive outdoor environment.
Read why Haley Littleton believes emotion and experience will save the environment. She contemplates the power of connection.
After three years of travel, Anna Leigh Flynn returns to live in Downeast Maine. She writes a compelling essay on re-learning the meaning of home.
Traveling has brought out the photographer in Ching Fu. But she realizes that when there's so many opportunities to get the perfect photo, she sometimes misses out on what is right in front of her.
Laura Stasi set out to hike the Long Trail in Vermont shortly after graduation from college. She knew she could do it, but it wasn't until a few days in that she realized why she was doing it.
Grace Gulley, founder of CYL, discovered her calling on a solo trip deep in Oregon's forests. Read about her journey to the Blue Pools and what nature taught her about the creative process and listening to your true voice, beyond doubt, fear, and ego.