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Next week we’ll be hitting the trails in large numbers in celebration of National Trails Day! That’s right… Saturday June 1st is National Trails Day and we hope to be coming to a trail near you!
What is National Trails Day? National Trails Day is a day of public events aimed at advocacy and trail service. Thousands of hikers, bikers, rowers, horseback riders, trail clubs, federal and local agencies, land trusts, and businesses come together in partnership to advocate for, maintain, and clean up public lands and trails. We’ll be joining @americanhiking by hosting group hikes and events all over the US. We have community events, co-ed events, trail clean ups, trail building, and we’re also hosting a few special events with @merrell. Here is where we’re headed:
Maryland
Michigan
Oregon
Oklahoma
Utah
Los Angeles, California
Ventura, California
Northern California
Las Vegas, Nevada
Colorado Springs, Colorado
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
You can see all of our events on our website, womenwhohike.com. You can see even more events happening on National Trails Day on @americanhiking’s website: americanhiking.org/national-trails-day/. If you don’t see an event near you, you can start your own!
We’re looking forward to hiking with you and also helping to make history alongside @americanhiking in pledging to get more people out on the trails with us and also improving the trails during this nationwide movement. With your help we can preserve our beloved trails for future generations. Join us June 1st for National Trails Day!
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📷 @yeahkaren
Next week we’ll be hitting the trails in large numbers in celebration of National Trails Day! That’s right… Saturday June 1st is National Trails Day and we hope to be coming to a trail near you! What is National Trails Day? National Trails Day is a day of public events aimed at advocacy and trail service. Thousands of hikers, bikers, rowers, horseback riders, trail clubs, federal and local agencies, land trusts, and businesses come together in partnership to advocate for, maintain, and clean up public lands and trails. We’ll be joining @americanhiking by hosting group hikes and events all over the US. We have community events, co-ed events, trail clean ups, trail building, and we’re also hosting a few special events with @merrell. Here is where we’re headed: Maryland Michigan Oregon Oklahoma Utah Los Angeles, California Ventura, California Northern California Las Vegas, Nevada Colorado Springs, Colorado New Jersey Pennsylvania You can see all of our events on our website, womenwhohike.com. You can see even more events happening on National Trails Day on @americanhiking’s website: americanhiking.org/national-trails-day/. If you don’t see an event near you, you can start your own! We’re looking forward to hiking with you and also helping to make history alongside @americanhiking in pledging to get more people out on the trails with us and also improving the trails during this nationwide movement. With your help we can preserve our beloved trails for future generations. Join us June 1st for National Trails Day! - 📷 @yeahkaren
Summit Sunday! 
Congrats to WWH Ambassador @hanhandon on her recent winter ascent of Humphreys Peak, the highest point of the state of Arizona! Here is some additional info on Humphreys Peak and all about making it to the summit in the snow, from @hanhandon:
“Humphreys Peak.
[Hopi: Aaloosaktukwi, Navajo: Dookʼoʼoosłííd]
The San Francisco Peaks are often referred to as a mountain range but actually they are the exploded remains of a large Stratovolcano that once towered over the Colorado Plateau. Not only is Humphreys Peak Arizona’s highest point, it is also the highest dormant volcanic peak. The top of the the peak is bare but on the way up you are amongst thousands of acres of Engelmann spruce, corkbark firs, ponderosa pines and aspens.
Hiking it the snow this year was a first for me. It was a challenge but I was in great company and I loved the experience! Also got to brush up on my map reading skills. The hike gets steep and the elevation can be a challenge. I highly recommend doing extra research before heading up in any season! The most important rule of hiking any mountain is: making it down is more important than making it up!”
Summit Sunday! Congrats to WWH Ambassador @hanhandon on her recent winter ascent of Humphreys Peak, the highest point of the state of Arizona! Here is some additional info on Humphreys Peak and all about making it to the summit in the snow, from @hanhandon: “Humphreys Peak. [Hopi: Aaloosaktukwi, Navajo: Dookʼoʼoosłííd] The San Francisco Peaks are often referred to as a mountain range but actually they are the exploded remains of a large Stratovolcano that once towered over the Colorado Plateau. Not only is Humphreys Peak Arizona’s highest point, it is also the highest dormant volcanic peak. The top of the the peak is bare but on the way up you are amongst thousands of acres of Engelmann spruce, corkbark firs, ponderosa pines and aspens. Hiking it the snow this year was a first for me. It was a challenge but I was in great company and I loved the experience! Also got to brush up on my map reading skills. The hike gets steep and the elevation can be a challenge. I highly recommend doing extra research before heading up in any season! The most important rule of hiking any mountain is: making it down is more important than making it up!”
“Outdoor community is something we value deeply. There is power in connection and strength in shared stories. In honor of all our outdoor-loving friends (and all the ones we haven’t met yet) we put together a guide for making friends in the outdoors.⁣” -@she_explores

Honored to have been mentioned in one of the latest articles on the @she_explores website, ‘Adventure Friends: How To Make Them & How To Keep Them.’ Through our group hikes and Facebook groups women who hike are finding each other all over the world, online and on the trail. “Even though solo time in the outdoors is gratifying and valuable, spending time together can make a hike or backpack that much better. Unfortunately, it can feel hard to find friends or create a community in adulthood. There are so many distractions, obligations, excuses, and fears that prevent us from putting ourselves out there.” - @haileyhirst

There is really nothing more rewarding here at @womenwhohike than when we get to see and hear from you all, letting us know you have found a friend both on and off the trail, @womenwhohike wouldn’t be what it is without all of you! The eagerness to connect with one another, the craving of community, that is why @womenwhohike is what it is today, because of the women who want to be a part of something, a part of us, and we are just proud (and honored) to be a vessel for that.

Learn more by clicking the link in our bio and reading the article by @haileyhirst on she-explores.com
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📸 @allyschmaling
“Outdoor community is something we value deeply. There is power in connection and strength in shared stories. In honor of all our outdoor-loving friends (and all the ones we haven’t met yet) we put together a guide for making friends in the outdoors.⁣” -@she_explores Honored to have been mentioned in one of the latest articles on the @she_explores website, ‘Adventure Friends: How To Make Them & How To Keep Them.’ Through our group hikes and Facebook groups women who hike are finding each other all over the world, online and on the trail. “Even though solo time in the outdoors is gratifying and valuable, spending time together can make a hike or backpack that much better. Unfortunately, it can feel hard to find friends or create a community in adulthood. There are so many distractions, obligations, excuses, and fears that prevent us from putting ourselves out there.” - @haileyhirst There is really nothing more rewarding here at @womenwhohike than when we get to see and hear from you all, letting us know you have found a friend both on and off the trail, @womenwhohike wouldn’t be what it is without all of you! The eagerness to connect with one another, the craving of community, that is why @womenwhohike is what it is today, because of the women who want to be a part of something, a part of us, and we are just proud (and honored) to be a vessel for that. Learn more by clicking the link in our bio and reading the article by @haileyhirst on she-explores.com ⁣- 📸 @allyschmaling
Our community is amazing. And today we have a really, really special story here at @womenwhohike about one of our members turned thru hiker! Approximately just one year ago we hosted an Intro To Backpacking event at Vasquez Rocks. We did this alongside @shawntesalabert. We had 28 women show up. Some of them had never been backpacking. Some of them were there planning on smaller thru hikes in CA like the JMT and TCT. And one of them, we would learn about months later… would be hiking the PCT. That woman is @carollcoyne and today we couldn’t be more happy, more proud to share her story with you!
“About one year ago I was at this exact spot at Vasquez Rocks for a PCT event with @womenwhohike which inspired me to hike the PCT trail! This year, I hiked from the Mexico border to this spot where it began! Here is a picture of me looking beyond dirty, tired, and mismatched… yet feeling so alive, happy, and fulfilled. This trail and the people on it and around it have done something to me. Something deep that I will never forget. Thank you to @im_nicolemarie and @shawntesalabert for hosting the PCT event and providing that spark to help me take my first steps on the PCT at the Southern Terminus one month ago. It’s all led to this, and there is so much more adventure to be had.”
This story isn’t just about Carol. This story is about what our community is and can be, together. Thank you to all of the women who attended that event one year ago. We know that you have done far reaching, magnificent, and amazing things since then. Thank you to Carol for sending this story along to us and being a part of the amazing community here at @womenwhohike. You can follow Carol @carollcoyne as she continues to hike along the PCT all the way to the Canadian border. #thruhikerthursday
Our community is amazing. And today we have a really, really special story here at @womenwhohike about one of our members turned thru hiker! Approximately just one year ago we hosted an Intro To Backpacking event at Vasquez Rocks. We did this alongside @shawntesalabert. We had 28 women show up. Some of them had never been backpacking. Some of them were there planning on smaller thru hikes in CA like the JMT and TCT. And one of them, we would learn about months later… would be hiking the PCT. That woman is @carollcoyne and today we couldn’t be more happy, more proud to share her story with you! “About one year ago I was at this exact spot at Vasquez Rocks for a PCT event with @womenwhohike which inspired me to hike the PCT trail! This year, I hiked from the Mexico border to this spot where it began! Here is a picture of me looking beyond dirty, tired, and mismatched… yet feeling so alive, happy, and fulfilled. This trail and the people on it and around it have done something to me. Something deep that I will never forget. Thank you to @im_nicolemarie and @shawntesalabert for hosting the PCT event and providing that spark to help me take my first steps on the PCT at the Southern Terminus one month ago. It’s all led to this, and there is so much more adventure to be had.” This story isn’t just about Carol. This story is about what our community is and can be, together. Thank you to all of the women who attended that event one year ago. We know that you have done far reaching, magnificent, and amazing things since then. Thank you to Carol for sending this story along to us and being a part of the amazing community here at @womenwhohike. You can follow Carol @carollcoyne as she continues to hike along the PCT all the way to the Canadian border. #thruhikerthursday
DEUTER PACK GIVEAWAY! It is spring and summer hiking season… the PERFECT time for us to partner with @deuter_usa for a pack giveaway!

A few years back, I @Im_NicoleMarie was lucky enough to have been fitted for my first @deuter pack at my local co-op. It was the first time that I learned that @deuter made packs especially for women, aka the ‘SL Fit’. So, what is an SL fit and why is it important? Deuter is invested in both technology and comfort for women. They have an established team of professional athletes and designers who are responsible for the development of the SL packs. And ladies, this isn’t just about cool colors for the trail… the SL packs are about support, suspension and pairing to the female anatomy.

When compared to men, women have:
-a shorter torso
-a more conical hip shape
-a narrower shoulder width
-a more sensitive chest area
With these things in mind (and then some) Deuter has developed packs for day hikes, backpacking, trekking, and even a new kid carrier that is made especially for a woman’s body. Featured here in our post is a few of my favorite bags from Deuter, including the new Trail 24 SL. Deuter also has our backs ladies! (literally) with two different back/suspension systems called the Aircontact and Aircomfort. Whatever your need, size, or fit… Deuter has your back! And today we @womenwhohike get to give one of these packs away with @deuter_usa!

TO WIN:
-tell us where you would take your new @deuter pack AND
-tag a fellow woman who hikes who will also be hitting the trail this spring or summer
Be sure to be following us: @deuter_usa and @womenwhohike to be eligible to win, I @Im_NicoleMarie will be picking a winner on May 20th!

For more information on @deuter packs and the SL fit, see our IG story. Good luck ladies!
DEUTER PACK GIVEAWAY! It is spring and summer hiking season… the PERFECT time for us to partner with @deuter_usa for a pack giveaway! A few years back, I @Im_NicoleMarie was lucky enough to have been fitted for my first @deuter pack at my local co-op. It was the first time that I learned that @deuter made packs especially for women, aka the ‘SL Fit’. So, what is an SL fit and why is it important? Deuter is invested in both technology and comfort for women. They have an established team of professional athletes and designers who are responsible for the development of the SL packs. And ladies, this isn’t just about cool colors for the trail… the SL packs are about support, suspension and pairing to the female anatomy. When compared to men, women have: -a shorter torso -a more conical hip shape -a narrower shoulder width -a more sensitive chest area With these things in mind (and then some) Deuter has developed packs for day hikes, backpacking, trekking, and even a new kid carrier that is made especially for a woman’s body. Featured here in our post is a few of my favorite bags from Deuter, including the new Trail 24 SL. Deuter also has our backs ladies! (literally) with two different back/suspension systems called the Aircontact and Aircomfort. Whatever your need, size, or fit… Deuter has your back! And today we @womenwhohike get to give one of these packs away with @deuter_usa! TO WIN: -tell us where you would take your new @deuter pack AND -tag a fellow woman who hikes who will also be hitting the trail this spring or summer Be sure to be following us: @deuter_usa and @womenwhohike to be eligible to win, I @Im_NicoleMarie will be picking a winner on May 20th! For more information on @deuter packs and the SL fit, see our IG story. Good luck ladies!
This weekend we had our first @womenwhohike overnight trip of 2019... a Mothers Day backpacking trip on the Olympic Peninsula. This trip was planned by WWH Ambassador @tandemtrekking who shares a special bond with her Mom and the trail. Here’s all about the trip and the women who joined us:
“When I decided to plan our first @womenwhohike backpacking trip for Mother’s Day (I can’t lie...) I was doing it because I love to backpack with my Mom. My mom discovered backpacking later in life and went on her first overnight in preparation for hiking a section of the AT with us in 2013. While she might have come to it a little later in life, she embraced it with so much vigor- it’s been incredible to watch! Since then she has done hundreds of miles of hiking and backpacking, including the Wonderland Trail with her own group of lady friends. I was so excited to get out to the coast with her and it seemed only fair to share that excitement with other @womenwhohike. I was curious who we would get...
Other mother-daughter pairs?
Moms looking for a weekend off?
Daughters who live across the country or world from their moms?
Women whose moms are no longer with us?
Turns out we would get all of the above.
This weekend a group of 11 of us set off around the Ozette Triangle in the Olympic National Park (ancestral lands of the Makah). We had such a lovely weekend together and even though skies were grayer than expected we walked on the beach, laughed around a campfire and slept soundly with the sound of the waves lapping at the beach. On Mother’s Day we prepared an elaborate brunch (I packed in a skillet, eggs and two loaves of brioche... unheard of for a lightweight backpacker) with everyone bringing something to share. It was such a wonderful weekend and such a treat to get to spend time not only with my own Mom but also the other women who represent all sorts of different facets of motherhood.”
This weekend we had our first @womenwhohike overnight trip of 2019... a Mothers Day backpacking trip on the Olympic Peninsula. This trip was planned by WWH Ambassador @tandemtrekking who shares a special bond with her Mom and the trail. Here’s all about the trip and the women who joined us: “When I decided to plan our first @womenwhohike backpacking trip for Mother’s Day (I can’t lie...) I was doing it because I love to backpack with my Mom. My mom discovered backpacking later in life and went on her first overnight in preparation for hiking a section of the AT with us in 2013. While she might have come to it a little later in life, she embraced it with so much vigor- it’s been incredible to watch! Since then she has done hundreds of miles of hiking and backpacking, including the Wonderland Trail with her own group of lady friends. I was so excited to get out to the coast with her and it seemed only fair to share that excitement with other @womenwhohike. I was curious who we would get... Other mother-daughter pairs? Moms looking for a weekend off? Daughters who live across the country or world from their moms? Women whose moms are no longer with us? Turns out we would get all of the above. This weekend a group of 11 of us set off around the Ozette Triangle in the Olympic National Park (ancestral lands of the Makah). We had such a lovely weekend together and even though skies were grayer than expected we walked on the beach, laughed around a campfire and slept soundly with the sound of the waves lapping at the beach. On Mother’s Day we prepared an elaborate brunch (I packed in a skillet, eggs and two loaves of brioche... unheard of for a lightweight backpacker) with everyone bringing something to share. It was such a wonderful weekend and such a treat to get to spend time not only with my own Mom but also the other women who represent all sorts of different facets of motherhood.”
It’s Mother’s Day weekend! And if you’re a Mom who hikes we want to tell you all about this Mom @hikingmyway and her org, @hikeitbaby that is bringing Moms together on the trail.
“People often ask my how I started Hike it Baby. It was pretty simple. I had a new baby and didn’t want to hike alone. The first hike I ever did with a group was when Mason was one month old. I invited some women from a new mama group to join me for a hike and five women showed up. I was so excited to have company. I was also such a newbie that I brought my stroller for what was actually a really tough hike. Funny thing- I knew that hike from pre-baby and it never even dawned on me that it wasn’t stroller friendly. We went a little way up with it before the ladies convinced me to leave the stroller behind and they helped me put Mason in a carrier. With their help I got it on and we hiked another 1/4 mile before we all turned around. I made it about a mile that day and was excited about it. That fueled my fire to get out every week and make more hiking friends. And that my friends, was the humble beginnings of what’s become a beautiful community @hikeitbaby. We are now in 260 cities and we have over 200,000 families hiking with us. The majority of our members are women. It's amazing having community and finding other communities to tap into too. You can never belong to too many communities! One of the things I’ve learned about life on the trail with a baby is that things move a lot slower and trails look a lot different after baby. Another thing I’ve learned is that I am capable of so much more than what I think I can do. And what's even better is how my journey helped inspire so many people to get outside and get on the trail with their kids"
If you’re a Mom or an expecting Mom we hope you check out all that @hikeitbaby has to offer... so you too can start hitting the trails with fellow Moms who hike and kids too.
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📷s @krystalweirphotography & @zionadventurephotog
It’s Mother’s Day weekend! And if you’re a Mom who hikes we want to tell you all about this Mom @hikingmyway and her org, @hikeitbaby that is bringing Moms together on the trail. “People often ask my how I started Hike it Baby. It was pretty simple. I had a new baby and didn’t want to hike alone. The first hike I ever did with a group was when Mason was one month old. I invited some women from a new mama group to join me for a hike and five women showed up. I was so excited to have company. I was also such a newbie that I brought my stroller for what was actually a really tough hike. Funny thing- I knew that hike from pre-baby and it never even dawned on me that it wasn’t stroller friendly. We went a little way up with it before the ladies convinced me to leave the stroller behind and they helped me put Mason in a carrier. With their help I got it on and we hiked another 1/4 mile before we all turned around. I made it about a mile that day and was excited about it. That fueled my fire to get out every week and make more hiking friends. And that my friends, was the humble beginnings of what’s become a beautiful community @hikeitbaby. We are now in 260 cities and we have over 200,000 families hiking with us. The majority of our members are women. It's amazing having community and finding other communities to tap into too. You can never belong to too many communities! One of the things I’ve learned about life on the trail with a baby is that things move a lot slower and trails look a lot different after baby. Another thing I’ve learned is that I am capable of so much more than what I think I can do. And what's even better is how my journey helped inspire so many people to get outside and get on the trail with their kids" If you’re a Mom or an expecting Mom we hope you check out all that @hikeitbaby has to offer... so you too can start hitting the trails with fellow Moms who hike and kids too. - 📷s @krystalweirphotography & @zionadventurephotog
Tomorrow is Mother’s Day and all weekend long we are celebrating Moms here at @womenwhohike. We’re very lucky to have many magnificent Moms and also Moms to be here at @womenwhohike, including this Mom of four, Melody Forsyth. If you’re not already following Melody and her family @downwithadventure... we hope you start now! Their story is one of how nature can bring a family together, even against all odds.
“Our baby girl Ruby was our inspiration to get out and start hiking. From the moment I put her in a pack on my back I was hooked. Ruby has Down syndrome and while we thought this diagnosis meant we couldn’t have fun as a family, we were wrong. It has allowed us to do much more. We love teaching Ruby the beauty of the outdoors and love being on the trail with her. We learned that a diagnosis doesn’t have to limit you.“
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📷: @zionadventurephotog
Tomorrow is Mother’s Day and all weekend long we are celebrating Moms here at @womenwhohike. We’re very lucky to have many magnificent Moms and also Moms to be here at @womenwhohike, including this Mom of four, Melody Forsyth. If you’re not already following Melody and her family @downwithadventure... we hope you start now! Their story is one of how nature can bring a family together, even against all odds. “Our baby girl Ruby was our inspiration to get out and start hiking. From the moment I put her in a pack on my back I was hooked. Ruby has Down syndrome and while we thought this diagnosis meant we couldn’t have fun as a family, we were wrong. It has allowed us to do much more. We love teaching Ruby the beauty of the outdoors and love being on the trail with her. We learned that a diagnosis doesn’t have to limit you.“ - 📷: @zionadventurephotog
The month of May is Mental Health Awareness month. As women who hike, many of us have taken to the trail solo and also together to work on and work through struggles with mental health. 
One of our ambassadors here at @womenwhohike, Kira Maltas @kjmaltas started something on her own social media page called #mentalhealthmonday. Here she talks about why she started it and how you can join in this month by also using the hashtag #mentalhealthmonday.
“I started doing #mentalhealthmondays on my page because I want to normalize the discussion of the internal struggles that so many of us endure. I have been dealing with anxiety, depression, and paranoia for a good portion of my life. I know what it feels to think you are alone in these thoughts. Sometime over the last couple of years, I decided to start embracing the fact that I am just one of millions of other people that deal with these same mental health issues within their own lives too. I have embraced that I am going to have l difficult and dark periods in my life and that not everyone is will understand it. I know that I am comfortable in sharing my battles. My hope that is in my sharing, that at least one person will feel that they are no longer alone in their own battles. May is Mental Health Awareness Month and we need to work on and continue to work on breaking the stigma surrounding these issues. The month of May is a great time to share your own struggles (even to just one other person) or listen to someone else’s with your undivided attention and zero judgement. Your struggles, your journey, and your feelings... they are valid. Join me this month and on any other Monday by using the hashtag #mentalhealthmonday.”
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📷: @yeahkaren
The month of May is Mental Health Awareness month. As women who hike, many of us have taken to the trail solo and also together to work on and work through struggles with mental health. One of our ambassadors here at @womenwhohike, Kira Maltas @kjmaltas started something on her own social media page called #mentalhealthmonday. Here she talks about why she started it and how you can join in this month by also using the hashtag #mentalhealthmonday. “I started doing #mentalhealthmondays on my page because I want to normalize the discussion of the internal struggles that so many of us endure. I have been dealing with anxiety, depression, and paranoia for a good portion of my life. I know what it feels to think you are alone in these thoughts. Sometime over the last couple of years, I decided to start embracing the fact that I am just one of millions of other people that deal with these same mental health issues within their own lives too. I have embraced that I am going to have l difficult and dark periods in my life and that not everyone is will understand it. I know that I am comfortable in sharing my battles. My hope that is in my sharing, that at least one person will feel that they are no longer alone in their own battles. May is Mental Health Awareness Month and we need to work on and continue to work on breaking the stigma surrounding these issues. The month of May is a great time to share your own struggles (even to just one other person) or listen to someone else’s with your undivided attention and zero judgement. Your struggles, your journey, and your feelings... they are valid. Join me this month and on any other Monday by using the hashtag #mentalhealthmonday.” - 📷: @yeahkaren
Thanks to all of the ladies who joined us in group hikes this weekend! 
We had #wwhmember group hikes in Ohio, Arizona, South Dakota. Where are we headed next? You can always see the shortlist of our upcoming group hikes in our bio and also on our group hike calendar at womenwhohike.com.
Next weekend we’ll host our first overnight event of 2019, a special Mother’s Day backpacking trip along the Olympic Peninsula. We also have group hikes happening in Oregon and Tennessee.
Don’t miss out on where we’re headed next! Become a member on our website for group hike info via email at womenwhohike.com.
Thanks to all of the ladies who joined us in group hikes this weekend! We had #wwhmember group hikes in Ohio, Arizona, South Dakota. Where are we headed next? You can always see the shortlist of our upcoming group hikes in our bio and also on our group hike calendar at womenwhohike.com. Next weekend we’ll host our first overnight event of 2019, a special Mother’s Day backpacking trip along the Olympic Peninsula. We also have group hikes happening in Oregon and Tennessee. Don’t miss out on where we’re headed next! Become a member on our website for group hike info via email at womenwhohike.com.
@Hydroflask Giveaway!
I like to keep it light when I’m out hiking… especially on long and hard hikes in the heat! Things that I have said on a hike: “you’re almost there” and…
“there’s a snow-cone machine at the top”
Undoubtedly every time, whoever I’m saying this to always laughs and its a nice pick me up when you’re struggling to get to the top. 
I couldn’t be more stoked about the all-new Shave Ice Collection from @Hydroflask which reminds me of the snow-cones I imagine when I am also struggling to get to the top. 
The Shave Ice Collection is available FOR A LIMITED TIME. It comes in two sizes: 24oz and 32oz (seen here) and there’s also three colors to choose from. Swipe right in our post to see them all!
To celebrate its release @Hydroflask is giving one away! To win:
Click the link in our bio to fill out the sweepstakes form AND tag a fellow woman who hikes in the comments who likes a cold and sweet treat 🍧 at the top. Contest ends on Friday, May 10th. Good luck ladies!
#hydroflask #heyletsgo
@Hydroflask Giveaway! I like to keep it light when I’m out hiking… especially on long and hard hikes in the heat! Things that I have said on a hike: “you’re almost there” and… “there’s a snow-cone machine at the top” Undoubtedly every time, whoever I’m saying this to always laughs and its a nice pick me up when you’re struggling to get to the top. I couldn’t be more stoked about the all-new Shave Ice Collection from @Hydroflask which reminds me of the snow-cones I imagine when I am also struggling to get to the top. The Shave Ice Collection is available FOR A LIMITED TIME. It comes in two sizes: 24oz and 32oz (seen here) and there’s also three colors to choose from. Swipe right in our post to see them all! To celebrate its release @Hydroflask is giving one away! To win: Click the link in our bio to fill out the sweepstakes form AND tag a fellow woman who hikes in the comments who likes a cold and sweet treat 🍧 at the top. Contest ends on Friday, May 10th. Good luck ladies! #hydroflask #heyletsgo
Jump For Joy! It’s the weekend! 
We’re hitting the road and the trail this weekend and we also want to follow along with what you’re doing too! Tell us where you’re headed! Use our hashtag to share your adventures with us all weekend long #womenwhohike.
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📷: @run_lyd_run
Jump For Joy! It’s the weekend! We’re hitting the road and the trail this weekend and we also want to follow along with what you’re doing too! Tell us where you’re headed! Use our hashtag to share your adventures with us all weekend long #womenwhohike. - 📷: @run_lyd_run