Posts Tagged: hiking

Recap: Autumn Sunrise Hike at Mount Monadnock

Jaimee Rondeau, Northeast Ambassador (NH) Alarms went off early the morning of our hike, women and girls from all over woke up bright-eyed to meet at Mount Monadnock to gear up for a sunrise hike. With clouds in the forecast we knew the skies may be gray, but the energy of our group of 24… Read more »

Turning your passion into your profession

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Fall is a great time of year to reflect on your career goals. Camber Outdoors recently launched their new career site which connects women to careers in the outdoor industry. It’s exciting to see so many companies taking their CEO pledge to help expand women’s opportunities both in the backcountry and the boardroom. We took… Read more »

Oct 14 Sunrise Hike at Mt Monadanok

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Join SheJumps for a sunrise hike up beautiful Mount Monadnock via the Dublin Trail. We will meet at 4:30 a.m. for registration, hike will begin promptly at 5 a.m. to catch the 7 a.m. sunrise at the summit. Please bring extra layers, water, a snack, poles if you use them, a headlamp, and a handheld… Read more »

GMC Long Trail Hike and Alpine slide, Peru Vt- July 1

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Join SheJumps and The Green Mountain Club for a wooded trail  hike up the Long Trail from Rtes 11/30 in Manchester to summit Bromley Mountain. At the summit, enjoy the view of  surrounding mountain ranges of Vermont, NY and MA, before walking down to mid-mountain for a free Alpine Slide ride to the bottom at Bromley… Read more »

James River Urban Hike

James River Urban Hike

Join the ladies of SheJumps for an evening hike across and around the James River as we take in amazing views of the skyline of Richmond! We’ll start at Browns Island and cross the majestic James on the newly opened T. Tyler Potterfield Memorial Bridge, then follow the Flood Wall Trail above the banks of… Read more »

SheHikes: Tips and Tricks for Backpacking as a Female – Recap

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On Tuesday, July 26th, the Washington SheJumps group hosted our first “SheHikes: Backpacking Tips and Tricks for Females” event at Second Ascent in Ballard, Washington. Two Beers Brewing and Seattle Cider Company generously donated beer and cider for the ladies to enjoy throughout the night. We were thrilled to have Caity Rock, Community & Social Media… Read more »

The Road to Independence

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Written by: Anna Bernard Some of the best adventures are the result of failed plans, ideas that hold consequences, and ultimately, risk. The time spent planning, mapping and timing renders useless. There is a saying that says, “Regardless how well you prepare, you will always be unprepared.” I was used to adapting on trips. Whether… Read more »