Adventurous Gifts For The Wild Women In Your Life

By Erika Bates

Looking for gift ideas for adventurous friends? Need a list to send to the people who ask you what you want for your birthday? We've done the hard work for you. Here's what the Wild Women team have on their wishlist... 

Please note: This is not a paid or sponsored post - we just love these products and hope you do, too! 

Under $25

Foldable wine bottle

$17 (USD $12.99)

SHOP HERE

 

Stuff sacks

$12 - $15

SHOP HERE

 

Dirty girl gaiters

$19 - $25

SHOP HERE

 

Foldable waterproof yoga pad/ hiking seat

$10

SHOP HERE

 

Foot fleece

$11

SHOP HERE

 

Poop scoop/ trowel

$6

SHOP HERE

 

Dry packs

$13 - $26

SHOP HERE

 

Travel containers for toiletries

$17

SHOP HERE

 

Under $50

Hiking belt

$45

SHOP HERE

 

Icebreaker hiking socks

$20 - $50

SHOP HERE

 

Travel coffee maker

$49

coffee_maker.jpg

SHOP HERE

 

Hiking toe socks

$17 - $40

SHOP HERE

 

Under $100 

Trek Training Wild Trial

Wild Trial Hero

$65

SHOP HERE

 

Head torch

$40 - $100

SHOP HERE

 

Waterproof day pack

$60

SHOP HERE

 

Over $100

Trekking poles

$100 - $330

SHOP HERE

 

Lululemon tights

$100 - $150

SHOP HERE

 

Helinox folding hiking chair

$124

SHOP HERE

Want to be inspired? Sign up to our newsletter.

Share this page

Latest news

Walk in the park
In Australia and all across the developed world, we've got a serious obesity crisis. We all know exercise is good for us, but many of us can't bring ourselves to do it. Well, Di Westaway thinks she's found a way to make it not only easy, but fun.
mother_daughter.jpg
Do you often exclaim to others (or yourself) that you're just SO busy? Do you feel like you're constantly time poor? Are you stressed, tired or wrung out often? That used to be me. Here's why I stopped wearing busy as a badge of honour.
Beach Walk
From the time I quit gymnastics at 16 until my early forties, I was constantly beating myself up for not exercising regularly. I struggled to find workouts I could sustain long term. The gym was okay for a while. Then I had kids, and fitting in the gym became impossible. Just packing the nappy bag took too much time and energy. So I ditched it completely and I've never looked back...
roz_in_ice.jpg
When the alarm kills delicious dozing on a dark winter’s morning or your lover tempts you with a glass of red as you snuggle up together on the couch, it takes an iron will to honour your commitment to a walk in the cold. Despite knowing how exhilarated you’ll feel when you’re out there, and how satisfied you’ll feel when it’s over, getting active outdoors in winter is a tough gig. Our brain tells us to snooze that little bit longer, stay indoors after dark and slow down. But our body needs to move.
wild women tents
My first taste of hiking came from the world of men. A world in which we raced silently through the bush; no clifftop cuppas, no plunging in mountain streams, no photo shoots, no inhaling wildflowers, no giggling, no exploring little side trails and definitely no gourmet food. It almost frightened me off, until I realised hiking was not the problem, these men were.