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Footprints | By Allen Crater

March 08, 2021

We cut our first elk tracks five miles in, post-holing our way through heavy snow often reaching past the knee. Kyle has taken the front, breaking the trail, one foot slowly in front of the other. A faint “whoomph and crunch” with every step. Despite the cold I'm sweating from exertion. A gust of wind howls over the saddle. Flipping up my hood I watch the sun burn off the last morning clouds. It's the first full day of the hunt. I squint from the sunlight and the grin that creases my face; I could not imagine a more perfect moment.

The AWExpeditions Summit Scholarship | Making the world’s wildest places more accessible to women

February 18, 2021

Sunny Stroeer at 17,000ft on a new route attempt in the Himalayas

Sunny Stroeer started AWExpeditions because she’s passionate about being a woman who feels at home outside in the world’s wildest places. 

More importantly, she’s passionate about bringing more women out there with her.

The Dusky Track | New Zealand's toughest trek, by Phoebe Anderson

February 10, 2021

Here's a link to the full video

The Dusky Track is considered New Zealand's toughest marked trek, spanning 110 km through Fiordland National Park. The region receives a staggering 7 meters of rain per year (seven times the amount of Washington or the United Kingdom.) This turns a fairly straightforward trek into a bit of a mission.