I wrote a piece for  Garmin  about my gear choices, what made me want to set out on the trail and how it felt to finally finish. You can read it  here .

I wrote a piece for Garmin about my gear choices, what made me want to set out on the trail and how it felt to finally finish. You can read it here.

OUTDOOR WOMEN'S ALLIANCE - instagram post

Outdoor Women’s Alliance  is a volunteer-run nonprofit media and adventure collective that engages, educates, and empowers females worldwide. Through the lens of human-powered adventure, we work to inspire confidence and leadership in women of all ages, believing that strong women have the power to build healthy communities and — quite literally — change the world.  Their  instagram  and  website  regularly features strong women skiing, climbing, hiking and just generally conquering!   See the full post and wonderfully supportive comments here.

Outdoor Women’s Alliance is a volunteer-run nonprofit media and adventure collective that engages, educates, and empowers females worldwide. Through the lens of human-powered adventure, we work to inspire confidence and leadership in women of all ages, believing that strong women have the power to build healthy communities and — quite literally — change the world.

Their instagram and website regularly features strong women skiing, climbing, hiking and just generally conquering!

See the full post and wonderfully supportive comments here.

HOWL OFTEN blog INTERVIEW

I chatted to the awesome women behind  Howl Often  right before I started the hike. I was a bundle of nerves and had no idea what I was in for…   Read or listen to the interview here.

I chatted to the awesome women behind Howl Often right before I started the hike. I was a bundle of nerves and had no idea what I was in for…

Read or listen to the interview here.

While I was in San Diego in the final days of preparing for my hike, I had the very strange experience of being interviewed for Melbourne drive-time radio. My elderly Nanna tuned in and later called my Mum in tears asking “How can you let her do it!!!” I think I’d been quite hazy with her about the details of my adventure before I left Australia.  You can listen to the interview  here .  Unless you want to hear the full drive-time program (trust me… I don’t think you want to hear it all), skip to 59 minutes on the 28th April, 2017.

While I was in San Diego in the final days of preparing for my hike, I had the very strange experience of being interviewed for Melbourne drive-time radio. My elderly Nanna tuned in and later called my Mum in tears asking “How can you let her do it!!!” I think I’d been quite hazy with her about the details of my adventure before I left Australia.

You can listen to the interview here.

Unless you want to hear the full drive-time program (trust me… I don’t think you want to hear it all), skip to 59 minutes on the 28th April, 2017.


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