Posts Tagged: pacific coast

Wild Skills Bellingham – RECAP

Wild Skills Bellingham took place on Saturday, August 27th at Whatcom Falls Park. Thanks to an outpouring of support from our volunteers in the Bellingham and Seattle areas, we were able to host 35 girls, ages 6-12. We started the day with yoga led by local professional, Maia Bremmerer. From there the three teams moved… Read more »

SheJumps Into Avalanche Awareness Clinic Spokane: Know Before You Go 2016 – Recap

On Thursday 11/3/16, Spokane SheJumps hosted its second annual Avalanche Awareness Clinic in partnership with Gonzaga Outdoors and Gonzaga University. SheJumps partnered up with local avalanche experts at IPAC (our local avalanche center) and Idaho Panhandle Backcountry, an organization that promotes local backcountry skiing and splitboarding. I always look forward to this clinic because it’s… Read more »

SheJumps Outdoor Lead Climbing with Mountain Madness in North Bend, WA – Recap

SheJumps ladies working in teams and getting to know eachother, while enjoying the views at the Exit 38 crags. Indian summer, new friends, and in depth skills practice made for a dreamy autumn day at the crags for SheJumpers who joined this fall’s Outdoor Lead Climbing course. Offered in partnership with iconic, Seattle-based guide company,… Read more »

Alpine Ascents: SheJumps Fundraiser Climb – Big Thank YOU!

Participants of the event have conquered Mt. Shuksan, a beautiful mountain in the PNW. Mother nature cooperated with gorgeous weather and endless mountain views.  All money raised by this event was  directly donated to support the youth initiative events in the Wild Skills programs. A few other photos from the trip below. Spotting a SheJumps hat worn by one… Read more »

SheJumps Into Fly Fishing In Spokane – Recap

Last night (August 10th) Spokane SheJumps hosted its second annual collaboration with Spokane Women On The Fly (or SWOTF) to bring local ladies a two-hour introductory class in Fly Fishing. As we did last year, we intentionally kept this course on the smaller side with a cap of twelve women so that we could offer… Read more »