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Women Interpreting Life Differently

Who Are We?

We are a tribe of Women Interpreting Life Differently through the guidance of Mother Nature! We empower each other to define our own lives, to face our fears and to be true to ourselves above all else.

‍We are moms, wives, girlfriends, sisters, daughters. We are employees, entrepreneurs and domestic goddesses. We are rebels and rule followers. We are neat freaks and hot messes. We are independent, strong females who are redefining what it means to be women.

What Do We Do?

To be frank, we do epic shit, regularly. Some days we are out in nature climbing mountains and some days we make it through the chaos of life without losing our minds. But really, we are women that don't let society dictate who we are supposed to be, what we are supposed to do or how we are supposed to act. Instead we define our lives. We respect, support and learn from one another’s individual path... and together… we change the world.

Upcoming Adventures

February 21, 2020
Lake Tahoe, CA
Lake Tahoe Adventure

Cabin, Snow Shoe, Cross Country Ski, Laugh, Relax

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May 29, 2020
Grouse Ridge
Grouse Ridge

Tent Camp, Hike, Fish, Laugh, Relax

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August 13, 2020
Carbondale, CA
Carbondale Adventure

Hike, White Water Raft, Kayak, Mountain Bike, Gym Fitness, Yoga, Hot Springs, Laugh, Relax

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September 3, 2020
Packsaddle, CA
Packsaddle Adventure

Bike, Hike, Tent Camp, Laugh, Relax

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Adventures Blog

It’s a WILD Colorado: Part 2 – Lake City

August 4, 2019

The Wild Women

Really? My second long weekend in a row up in the Colorado high country with a bunch of badass women…how did I get so lucky? Here's the run down on our latest adventure.

It’s a WILD Colorado: Part 1 – Harry Gates

July 25, 2019

The Wild Women

What do you get when a mom, two sets of sisters and best friends meet up in a remote cabin for 3 1/2 days?… Lots of laughs and a damn good time.

WILD Lassen

January 15, 2019

The Wild Women

For our winter trip to Lassen National Forest I envisioned women gracefully gliding on cross country skis through the fields of Child’s Meadow and feeling the fluff of freshly fallen snow under their snow shoes as we hiked up Brokeoff Mountain. Then we would cuddle up by a cozy fire and learn and laugh and grow together. Well… it went something like that…