How To Prepare for Your Camping Trip – The Outdoor Women

Camping is a great way to unwind from a crazy work schedule and spend time out in nature. However, camping can be a miserable...

How to Survive a Camping Trip in 2015 – The Outdoor Women

In today’s digitally-minded, technologically advanced world, the irresistible need to get out of the home, office or city is something we can all attest...

Leave natural and cultural artifacts – The Outdoor Women

Leave natural and cultural artifacts. Natural objects of beauty or interest, such as antlers or mineral crystals, should be left alone for others to...

Reduce your impact on other visitors – The Outdoor Women

Reduce your impact on other visitors. Being friendly and outgoing toward other hikers and campers is a natural trait of backcountry visitors, but every...

RV Rental Tips for First-Time Renters – The Outdoor Women

RV rentals are at an all-time high as millennials and retirees alike discover the advantages of recreational vehicle travel. This type of camping Columbia SC offers...

Setting out on an adventure – The Outdoor Women

Setting out on an adventure doesn’t have to involve tents and camping in the wilderness. There are plenty of ways to make your way...

Weekend Trip: Women In The Woods at Great Camp Sagamore – The Outdoor Women

Canoe and hike in the perfect Adirondack autumn. Meet others who accept nature as their path to revitalization and renewal. Spend time with other...

Wildland Ethics – Leave What You Find – The Outdoor Women

Allow others a sense of discovery by leaving rocks, plants, archaeological artifacts and other objects of interest as you find them. Minimize site alterations....

Wildland Ethics – Plan Ahead and Prepare – The Outdoor Women

Carefully designing your trip to match your expectations and outdoor skill level is the first step in being prepared . Make inquiries with local...

Wildland Ethics – Properly Dispose of What You Can’t Pack Out – The Outdoor Women

As visitors to the backcountry, we create certain types of waste which usually cannot be packed out. These include human waste and waste water...