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Inquisitive women in the outdoors, on the road, and besides. A podcast for and about women who are inspired by time spent outside.

Inquisitive women in the outdoors, on the road, and besides. A podcast for and about women who are inspired by time spent outside.
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United States

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Inquisitive women in the outdoors, on the road, and besides. A podcast for and about women who are inspired by time spent outside.

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English


Episodes

What Happened Next: Afghan Cycles & The Musical Mountaineers

3/13/2019
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Both filmmaker Sarah Menzies and The Musical Mountaineers accomplished big things after our conversations last year. Sarah debuted her film Afghan Cycles. Rose and Anastasia played music in Seattle's Benaroya Hall. We catch up and celebrate what's next.

Duration:00:43:40

Hike, Journal, Meditate: Kenya & Michelle Jackson-Saulters

3/6/2019
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A little mindfulness goes a long way. Meet Kenya and Michelle Jackson-Saulters, founders of Outdoor Journal Tour and WE Hike to Heal.

Duration:00:44:28

What We’ve Built Together: Special Bonus Episode

3/1/2019
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How has the She Explores podcast impacted you? That's what we wanted to know. So we made a special secret bonus episode to celebrate all of the voices on the She Explores podcast, as well as the dedicated work Gale Straub puts into the show.

Duration:00:25:28

100 - Injured & Indoors

2/27/2019
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When injury sidelines you from your favorite outdoor activities - how to cope, what you learn, and how it feels to get back out there again.

Duration:00:41:45

Making Time for Nature

2/20/2019
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How to make time for nature, even in the winter season.

Duration:00:37:52

The Power of Storytelling: Danielle Williams & Melanin Base Camp

2/13/2019
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Stories connect us, help us learn, and help us better understand each other. Melanin Base Camp founder Danielle Williams taps into the power of storytelling to showcase the many different ways people of color and LGBTQ+ folks experience the outdoors.

Duration:00:48:03

The Pledge - Teresa Baker & Danielle Williams

2/13/2019
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What's the Outdoor CEO Diversity Pledge? Teresa Baker and Danielle Williams share why it's important for diverse people to take the lead doing the work to make the outdoors a more inclusive, equitable place for all. They also comment on the recent announcement of a CEO Outdoor Equity Pledge by Camber Outdoors.

Duration:00:18:46

Work in Progress: RANGE Founder Jeanine Pesce

2/6/2019
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Meet Jeanine Pesce, creative connector and founder of RANGE, a creative agency and magazine inspired by the culture of the outdoor movement. We talk about how she's carved out a place for herself in the outdoor industry and the tenth issue of RANGE Mag, centered around the theme 'Work in Progress.'

Duration:00:43:23

Trust the Timing: Ski Mountaineer Caroline Gleich

1/23/2019
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Caroline Gleich is a ski mountaineer who knows the meaning of scary but rewarding: whether she's climbing 8,000 meter mountains in the Himalayas or anticipating her future as an adventure-seeking wife and mom. Plus, we catch up with Karen Wang two years after we interviewed her for Episode 9, "After the Pacific Crest Trail."

Duration:00:51:02

Reading a River: Heather Hansman

1/16/2019
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Heather Hansman went on a solo pack rafting adventure for the sake of conservation. Paddling the 730 mile Green River, she learned about the future of water in the west and documented her journey in her upcoming book, Downriver.

Duration:00:46:18

Looking Forward in Our Outdoor Lives

12/19/2018
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What we're looking forward to in our outdoor lives.

Duration:00:50:39

The Luckiest: Hannah Andry

12/12/2018
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Ask Hannah Andry, and she’ll tell you she feels like the luckiest girl in the world. She’s in love, she has a new dog and easy access to the White Mountains of New Hampshire. She’s also had two heart surgeries within the last year. Hannah’s is a story about how quickly things can change and the ways in which nature can fill up your heart.

Duration:00:38:31

Quitting can be a Kindness: Nicole Antoinette

12/5/2018
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Nicole Antoinette quit her thru hike of the Pacific Crest Trail after about 1,600 miles and she's ok with calling it a failure. In fact, Nicole questions why we have to choose either success or failure. Can't we be kinder with ourselves? Can't we set out to both succeed and fail?

Duration:00:53:22

Postpartum: Kristina Frost

11/28/2018
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Becoming a new mom has changed the way Kristina Frost experiences the outdoors. And she's realizing, it's not better or worse - it's just different. We talk to Kristina before and after she takes her two-month-old daughter Emma camping for the very first time.

Duration:00:39:12

What We Have to Give

11/21/2018
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What we have (and want) to give to ourselves and to others is often clarified through time outside.

Duration:00:46:16

Lost & Found

11/14/2018
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Lost in the mountains is a vulnerable place to be. Lydia Sturgis shares her experience losing the trail for a night in the Beartooth Mountains of Montana, and heli nurse Krista Elkins gives advice for both how to prevent getting lost and what to do if it happens.

Duration:01:03:33

Alone with Her Thoughts on the Welsh Coastal Path: Hiranya de Alwis Jayasinghe

11/7/2018
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Hiranya de Alwis Jayasinghe set out to be the first "BAME" woman in the United Kingdom to thru hike the Welsh Coastal Trail. She didn't achieve her goal, but after 570 miles on foot, she could hear herself loud and clear.

Duration:00:45:15

Down with Adventure: Melody Forsyth

10/24/2018
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Pregnant with her daughter Ruby, Melody Forsyth thought hiking would be her "last hurrah" when she found out Ruby has Down Syndrome. Turns out, it was just the beginning.

Duration:00:43:39

Nature as a Disruptive Force for Queer Youth: Elyse Rylander

10/17/2018
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Elyse Rylander is the founder and executive director of OUT There Adventures, a nonprofit dedicated to empower queer young people through their connection with the natural world. Elyse believes nature is a disruptive force for queer youth and hopes to foster their identities and love of the outdoors.

Duration:00:43:03

Leading with Humility: Tsedo Sherpa-Ednalino

10/10/2018
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Tsedo Sherpa-Ednalino is the COO of Sherpa Adventure Gear. Leading with humility and flexibility is part of her Sherpa heritage, and doing so is integral to her life as an executive and a mother.

Duration:00:38:41