Fell running, also known as hill running or mountain running, leaves the concrete behind and heads across country, up steep climbs and flies down rapid descents. Since her discovery, She Went Wild' contributor Rachel Kearns has fallen in love with the off road running and shares some of her trail magic with usRead More
People who truly respect and appreciate our local bush would never intentionally enter these areas to damage it, however sometimes it’s harder than it seems to leave without a trace. When you are bushwalking, it’s important you consider the impact of the environment you are treading into. These top 7 tips will assist your next day walk.Read More
The great outdoors, the fresh air, the mucky shoes, that log fire smell that remains weaved into the fibres of your jacket for days after your trip, the food that you’d never consider cooking at home, tastes like it deserves all the michelin stars.
It’s easy to fall in love with camping... but can we make it easier?Read More
There’s plenty to learn as a kid, but out on the trails, in the bush, by the ocean, in the wonder of the natural world, life lessons are learnt. A landscape where resilience is built, persistence is practiced, relationships are deepened and an appreciation for our environment is easily fostered.Read More
You love adventure, you're always saying yes to a hike or a trail run or exploring new places on foot but you've always been halfway between fear and excitement about the prospect of giving mountain biking a go. Jessica Douglas from We Ride Bikes explains the best way to start rolling...Read More
We spend so much time and energy planning our travel, but have you thought about how you will capture and share the experience?
So before you head off on that adventure, go and spend a little time ensuring your memories will be preserved beautifully, and forever.Read More
Injury prone? Or perhaps you’ve never been injured (touch wood) and want to keep it that way! Here are my 5 top tips for staying active by avoiding injury and maximising your body’s brilliance...Read More
When I decided to start bushwalking I knew I wanted to walk alone, I wasn’t very fit and I hadn’t been out in the bush since I was a kid. I was not afraid of animals or hurting myself, however, I was afraid of other people. I think this is probably a feeling that many women have. For me to overcome this, it was a matter of experiencing being in the bush on my own and in time realising that the majority of people I’ve come across have been very friendly.Read More
There is a good chance our baby was conceived in a tent in a National Park (actually, it was our friend’s tent – sorry Bruno!) From the offset, my husband and I made a vow to continue living an outdoorsy life. Here are the tips you won’t read about in the baby books…Read More
What is it about eating alone in a restaurant that makes people feel so vulnerable? Why is it when traveling alone we often hide ourselves away with room service or take out meals or choose “easy” things to eat when in front of others instead of ordering what we really want which is the burger so big it requires 2 hands and an unlocking jaw to eat.Read More
You’ve climbed many mountains before. Inner mountains. You’ve trudged through the depths of the gullies of your soul and you’ve had your breath taken away by the inner stillness at the peak. You’ve aligned your compass with many different life maps and you are on the journey of letting go of all the emotional baggage.Read More
Now I know that we're all about the outdoors, but sometimes a cosy TV indoor days are needed, and we've been getting inspired by watching some pretty awesome documentaries. Here's our top 10 most inspiring Neflix documentaries to watch through winter.Read More
If you love the idea of travelling alone, indulge your passion and let these safety tricks amassed from my experience and other solo women travellers help protect you from the unpleasant…Read More