As I sit at the top of Multnomah Falls I follow the stretch of the soft green moss across the rocks, taking in the texture and the trueness of the green that I will never find in the home décor section of Target. I watch as the water runs swiftly over the rocks in theContinue reading “Finding Mindfulness in Motherhood”
Category Archives: Outdoor Education
Crag Etiquette (How to Not Be a Jerk When You Climb Outside)
August 18th – Global Climbing Day – is fast approaching. Here at Adventure Mamas, we love any excuse to hit the crag, and hope it encourages more mamas to get outside and climb. Whether it’s for the first time, the first time in a while, or the first time this week, it’s important to brushContinue reading “Crag Etiquette (How to Not Be a Jerk When You Climb Outside)”
AMI Grassroots Spotlight: UPPER MIDWEST COLLAB
In collabs all over the country and beyond, amazing women are gathering together to have epic adventures, build new friendships and create lasting memories. Inspiring us this month with their quinzhee adventure: the Upper Midwest AMI Collab. Remember when you were a kid and building blanket forts and then camping out in them was seriouslyContinue reading “AMI Grassroots Spotlight: UPPER MIDWEST COLLAB”
Tinkergarten: A Deeper Look into this RAD Educational Movement
Recently, we chatted with the passionate individuals behind the scenes at Tinkergarten and -wow- they are amazing. Their palpable stoke and enthusiasm is contagious and learning more about their mission and history has us inspired. Read on to learn more about this education alternative.
The Gear Experience with Sachi: Day Pack 101
Did you set your resolution this year? Or are you just hoping to get more sleep, like me? Or file for an extension from last year’s resolutions? Also, like me… hey, it is, what it is and I’m doing my best.
Give Experiences, Not Things
We’ve been considering compiling a list of rad gift ideas for you and your epic, outdoor family. And while most of us do become comically excited at the prospect of unwrapping a pair of wool socks or the newest high-lumen headlamp, we’ve decided to ditch the traditional list-making and put out just one simple idea: explore ways to give experiences, not things.
Trip Report: Upper Enchantments Backpacking Adventure
This story is an epic testament to the sometimes surprising resilience and tenacity of kids while out adventuring. Jill’s thoughtful trip-report is below and will leave you inspired and amped!
No Substitute for Experience
You have to start somewhere and there is no such thing as too late. At any point, you have the power to start a new chapter in the story of your life; you aren’t too old, too out of shape, or too busy. At some point, you just have to decide to take the plunge and start getting your hands dirty because there is no substitute for experience.