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Things don't always go to plan when you're in the outdoors. Most experienced trekkers would tell you that. You might suddenly fall ill, injure yourself, or get a bit lost. Mother Nature may also decide she wants to get involved and gift you with a torrential downpour or a snowstorm. There are plenty of physical, emotional and mental barriers that can get in the way. That stop us from crossing the finish line or climbing to the top of the mountain. But a skilled trekker will also tell you the most challenging adventures, the ones you simply can't or don't complete, can be the most memorable. This week, our Wild Woman Angela Wagland, shares why her favourite hike was one she didn't finish.
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When you think of a wild woman, there's one adventurous, kick-arse lady who should come to mind. Our Founder and Chief Adventure Chick Di Westaway. Di has been on some epic trips around the world and her bucket list gets longer and longer as the years go by. This week, Di shares her top hiking tips, her favourite trek of all time and where she's flying off to next. And it's giving us some major FOMO.
Summer is over but there’s still time to take advantage of the warmer weather, the light in the mornings and the later sunsets. If you’re hungry for a weekend adventure with your girlfriends, there are so many options close to home. From breath-taking coastal trails in Sydney to challenging hikes in the Blue Mountains, there’s tonnes to explore and do in New South Wales. Adventure is literally at our doorstep. So here are eight kick-arse hikes that should be on your to-do list.

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Experience magnificent scenery and wildlife on this truly stunning trekking adventure. On this diverse and rewarding itinerary you’ll discover the Flinders Island’s extraordinary beauty and rugged wilderness with a team of supportive and empowering women.
The Haute Route from Chamonix to Zermatt is steeped in mountaineering legend, a route first taken by British climbers at the end of the 19th century.
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The Jatbula Trail in the Nitmiluk National Park features magnificent waterfalls that tumble from high quartzite cliffs, shady monsoon forests that line the creeks and stunning Jawoyn Aboriginal rock art that adorns the caves and overhangs. With numerous swimming holes along the way and star filled night skies, this trip is not to be missed!

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