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Kay Francis en el Parque Nacional Yosemite (1932).

Kay Francis en el Parque Nacional Yosemite (1932).

In March we honor Women's History Month: This image shows Marguerite "Peg" Lindsley, who became Yellowstone's--and the National Park Service's--first permanent female ranger naturalist in 1925 after working as a seasonal since 1921. (Photo YELL 42781) (af). Yellowstone National Park, USA

Marguerite "Peg" Lindsley became Yellowstone's--and the National Park Service's--first permanent female ranger naturalist in 1925 after working as a seasonal since (Photo YELL (af).

Adelaide "Su-Lin" Young (23 December 1911 – 17 April 2008) was an American explorer, journalist, and disc jockey. A Chinese American, she was the first American woman to explore the Himalayas in the 1930s and Su Lin, the first giant panda brought to the United States, was named for her. (Photo: husband Jack Young (left) and brother-in-law (at the right))

China explorer Adelaide 'Su-Lin' Young dies

“In the Adelaide ‘Su-Lin’ Young, the pampered and glamorous daughter of a New York nightclub owner, morphed into one of the first female explorers to venture into the [Tibetan-Himalayan region]….

Freda Du Faur - Climbed Cook Mountain in 1910 in just six hours...in a skirt,

Emmeline Freda du Faur, by George Edward Mannering Emmeline was the first female to climb Mount Cook. She used to set of in a skirt and then shortly after change into more suitable trousers

Marion Randall Parsons was a writer, artist, photographer, mountaineer, nature enthusiast, and active leader. She played a key role in many of the Sierra Club’s conservation activities, including the establishment of the National Park Service in 1916.

Marion Randall Parsons was a writer, artist, photographer, mountaineer, nature enthusiast, and active leader. She played a key role in many of the Sierra Club’s conservation activities, including the establishment of the National Park Service in 1916.

A little #inspiration via #ebay. #girlgang #adventuresomewomen #mousetrapvintage #antiquephotograph #outdoorswomen (at Mouse Trap Vintage H.Q.)

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Day 15. Mile 369. Why on earth are you hiking 2,659 miles? A classic question posed to every PCT hiker. Sometimes hikers keep their answers simple. Something along the lines of “adventure” or “self development.” But there’s usually a deeper answer, something or someone that spurred a seemingly insane decision. My decision came from a combination of overwhelmingly supportive family and friends, challenging life events, inspiring life events, advice from professors, my childhood, etc. It would…

Inspiration: The Story of Flower and Poptart's PCT Record Attempt

Inspiration: The Story of Flower and Poptart's PCT Record Attempt - The Trek

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My friend Wawhiker described a great way to make your own hiking or trekking sticks out of graphite drivers. They can be found at many thrift stores for very.

Bradford and Barbara Washburn were recipients of the National Geographic Society's prestigious Alexander Graham Bell medal, which was given for geographic research. Pictured: The Washburns atop Mt. Bertha in 1940.

Barbara Polk Washburn, 99; ‘Accidental Adventurer’ was first woman to ascend Mount McKinley - The Boston Globe

Bradford and Barbara Washburn were recipients of the National Geographic Society's prestigious Alexander Graham Bell medal, which was given for geographic research. Pictured: The Washburns atop Mt. Bertha in

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Vintage Miscellany – June 27, 2010

Climbing Sunset Trail, Near Grove Park Inn, Asheville, NC

718 Likes, 3 Comments - Mountain Climbing lover (@mountainclimbing_lover_dj) on Instagram: “Mississippi Moon!  ⤵ Double tap & tag your friend Love it  Would you like to wear CLIMBING…”

718 Likes, 3 Comments - Mountain Climbing lover (@mountainclimbing_lover_dj) on Instagram: “Mississippi Moon! ⤵ Double tap & tag your friend Love it Would you like to wear CLIMBING…”

Hiking Half Dome

“Test for brawn and breath, Half Dome’s back-side trail evokes the vim of youth and the caution of increasing years.” —Originally published in “The Other Yosemite” in National Geographic magazine, June 1974

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