Yes, there is a sinkhole in Australia with such natural beauty and water clarity that you might think you are in one of Mexico’s renowned cenotes…Read More
Long. Distance. Solo. Hiking. I could easily give you the list of ‘why nots’, from sore… everything… to thunderstorms to mad farmers with shotguns (that’s a whole other story), but I find myself writing a list of why you should. Here is what I have learnt from long-distance solo hiking…Read More
Our childhood experiences can definitely shape us and stick with us, for better of worse. At She Went Wild, we couldn’t agree more on what a positive impact the outdoors can have on children’s cognitive, physical and character development. We’re stoked to have community member, Shinae Lee Walker, relive a significant child memory of Bundjalung National Park in Australia’s Northern New South Wales on the blog…Read More
When I walk, I feel the ground undulate beneath me. Scree loosen underfoot while a distant wind whistles. I see eagles soar across tall skies while trickling streams beside me drip and burble. This connection to nature is one of the reasons why I keep walking into further and wilder lands…Read More
The wild horse is like a mythical creature. Liminal; vanishing; in the world I grew up in – Europe – extinct. There was a species of wild horse there once, known as the Tarpan. Many native breeds trace their ancestry back to it, but the species itself was lost some time around the turn of the twentieth century.
So when I learned that for the past ten years, an organisation called Rewilding Europe has been reintroducing herds of horses to the mountains of Bulgaria, I began to dream of travelling out there to see it for myself. I decided to craft an adventure around the idea.Read More
The John Muir Trail passes through what many backpackers say is the finest mountain scenery in the United States. This is a land of 13,000-foot and 14,000-foot peaks, of lakes in the thousands, and of canyons and granite cliffs. The trail is 211 miles long and winds through the famed Sierra Nevada. In 2016 Marylene embraced the challenge and shared her adventure with She Went Wild. Read more on the blog!Read More
Anna Kernohan introduces us to the Larapinta Trail, a 230km hike through Central Australia in a misunderstood region of untouched beauty, sand, ancient seas and snakes.Read More