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THE ADVENTURESS

The Adventuress is a blog for women with adventurous spirits.
It's a source of inspiration, planning, tips, and advice from experienced travelers and outdoor adventurers
with the extra flair of being for women and by women only.

How to Stay Warm Outside in Winter
How to Stay Warm Outside in Winter
Plunging temperatures this week may have you convinced there is no alternative to staying indoors with a good book until Spring. Think again!
Training Tips (Part I of III): 3 Month Sample Cardio Routine
Training Tips (Part I of III): 3 Month Sample Cardio Routine
2013 is underway – and for some, starting an exercise program may be among your New Year resolutions. We all know the many benefits of exercise – from improving our mood to decreasing the risk of heart disease- even preventing Alzheimer’s!
Getting Ready for Kayak Tours: 5 Upper Body Exercises
Getting Ready for Kayak Tours: 5 Upper Body Exercises
Physical preparation for an adventure travel paddling trip is a great way to kick start or enhance your upper body resistance training routine.
Hydration made Easy for Active Vacations or Everyday Living
Hydration made Easy for Active Vacations or Everyday Living
Its summer time and temperatures are rising. So, whether participating in active travel or staying close to home – hiking, biking, walking, or gardening – a well hydrated body will lead to a more pleasant experience.
Appalachian Trail Backpacking – the movie!
Appalachian Trail Backpacking – the movie!
You may be familiar with the storied Appalachian Trail. Affectionately known as the “Green Tunnel” or “AT,” it stretches approximately 2,200 miles from Georgia to Maine. Eight of AGC's adventure travel trips include portions of the Appalachian Trail.
5 steps to becoming an outdoors woman
5 steps to becoming an outdoors woman
When I was in my late teens, I decided that one of my major goals was becoming an outdoors woman. For me, that meant being comfortable in the outdoors for an extended time, which meant being competent in outdoor skills. It took a few years but here are 5 steps that helped.