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Meet your tribe!

Welcome to our community! We formed this community for YOU, for every woman out there, no matter what age you are, how experienced or inexperienced you are, what your income level is, what colour your skin is and so on. We started Women Who Explore because we didn't feel like we belonged in the outdoors, that we weren't experienced or had the best gear to be out there. We realized that other women out there must feel the same, intimidated, not good enough to be in the outdoors. So we wanted to create a safe space, a welcoming space. So welcome to this awesome community. We hope you join your local group, come on a getaway, lose yourself in a blog and be inspired to get outdoors and meet other awesome women.


Lindsay & Jenny, founders of Women Who Explore

"Surround yourself with the doers, the dreamers, the thinkers, the believers. The people who are up to big things in this life, and that whole heartedly believe that what you are up to is just as brilliant and beautiful. These people are your soul tribe. And once you've found them, you have the greatest fit one can ask for."



Check out the latest from the blog. And there’s plenty more where these came from!

Insider Newsletters
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Co-Founder Lindsay Opens Up about Being Diagnosed with MS
Diagnosed with MS I will never forget the date, it was August 3rd, a Friday afternoon. I had gone back
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Overcoming Self-Sabotaging Thoughts to Hike My First Summit
No more than an hour in, the self-sabotaging thoughts in my head, my aching muscles and heavy breaths, did their
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A Week As A Nomad: A Raw View of Solo Van Life
Taken straight from my daily journal, I’m opening up and getting real with you about what a week as a
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How-To Guide for Staying in Shape While Traveling
It is now possible to stay in shape while traveling! Wether you are staying in a hotel or in the
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4 Easy Ways to Practice Self-Care Outside
Next time you get outside, try something new that is good for your mind, body, and soul. Practice self-care outside
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