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How Women’s Wilderness Changed My Life

By Hannah Dykes Photos by Henna Taylor Those who know me know I am a homebody. I rarely slept over at other girls’ houses growing up, I never went to summer camp, and I’d always rather stay home and curl up on the couch on Friday night. So two years ago, when I got it […]

International Women's Day 2017 brave girls

Happy International Women’s Day 2017!

To celebrate International Women’s Day 2017, we’d like to share a few of the ways that Women’s Wilderness helps young girls find their strength, confidence, and bravery. Here to help us is guest blogger, Emily Eley.   A Brave Place for Brave Girls   Women’s Wilderness’s mission is to strengthen the courage, confidence, and leadership qualities of […]

Colorado Gives Day 2016 is December 6th!

Today, it is more important than ever to show girls and women that they can be powerful. This is especially true for young girls growing up in low-income households, who come from minority backgrounds, and/or who experience discrimination in school for being part of the LGBTQ+ community. These girls need women role models to look […]

Women’s Wilderness Hosts Lunafest 2016

Women’s Wilderness is currently the only host for Lunafest 2016 in Colorado. Come check out these amazing adventure films by, for, and about women! There will be two showings in the Boulder/Denver area: DENVER, Tuesday October 25th, 7 pm SIE Film Center, 1510 York Street Buy Tickets HERE BOULDER, Tuesday November 1st, 7 pm Boulder Public Library, […]

Alumna at Large: Robin Brodsky on Cycling Solo Through South America

Robin Brodsky is a rock climber, backcountry skier and mountaineer from Durango, Colorado.  She is also a Women’s Wilderness alumna! Currently, she is on an epic eight-month-long journey through South America.  Along the way, she writes a blog called Free Wheeling Fem which you can find here. During a break from cycling, she sat down […]

For the Girl Who Can’t Sit Still

By Heather MacFarlane I’ve watched the full July moon traverse across the sky over the course of the night. Now, it’s early, early morning and the moon seeps into a deep fire-orange as it sinks below the horizon. I can see more stars now  and I pick out the big and little dippers, the only constellations I […]

Run Long, Run Free

This is the first in a series of blog posts that feature women’s and girls’ voices talking about real-life experiences developing courage, confidence, and leadership while adventuring outside. Run Long, Run Free By Cat Massa, Women’s Wilderness Staff   I was never much of an athlete growing up. Actually, I spent most of my time […]