Posts tagged adventure women
Photography Tips: Creating Adventure Memories

Planning an adventure your keen to sum up in a picture and hang on your wall forever? Scaling walls, flying down rapids, diving the oceans or taking the kids on a hiking holiday doesn't phase you, but you're not quite sure how you'll secure those memories on camera? Check out our latest blog in which Evgenia from @instamemoriesinphotography shares her best tips and tricks with a camera.

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Gear Review: iXS MTB Gear

Check out Ambassador Mel Hayes' latest thoughts on her favorite mountain biking gear : iXS

Mel rides 100% Enduro, so this kit has been trailed and tested on both technical climbs and descents during long period in the saddle.

What's more, iXS riding apparel is made from recycled plastics, PET bottles specifically and with the slogan "One Playground. Nurture it" iXS place the importance of the environment in every aspect of the manufacture and production of their gear.  #PlasticFree

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Pedalling The Andes - Anna McNuff

Meet Anna, a British born adventurer, motivational speaker and writer. Anna was recently named by Condé Nast Traveller as one of the 50 most influential travellers of our time, and by the the Guardian as one of the top modern female adventurers. If you're looking for some inspiration to get out into the outdoors, you need to follow this incredible woman, she urges people to leave their fears at home and get outside. We caught up with Anna in between pedalling through the Andes mountains, on a mission to ascend over 80,000 metres, more than 7 times the height of Everest, on a bicycle.

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How to be Confident When Hiking Alone

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. 

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The Sustainable Huntress

We caught up with the awesome Jesse Cripps from Underwater Ally Productions on how she got started with spearfishing. It’s not just about going out there and catching dinner, it’s a lifestyle that Ally get's to share time and time again with old friends and new. Interested on giving it a go? We got the low down.

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