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Gear Resources
Gear manufacturers have realised that lots of women like the outdoors and they're different shapes from men. Here's what's out there, and where you can buy it.

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Travel Resources
A selection of travel resources especially for women who love to travel. Includes a list of online communities if you do it yourself, or companies if you need a little help.

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Surfing Resources
Listed here are some links to resources from all over the world that cater to women who love surfing.

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Hiking Resources
Extended walks are great for the mind and spirit and lots of women love to take part in them. Check out these resources and get inspired to go on a walking adventure.

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Snow Sports

Snow Sports Resources
Skiing, snowboarding, backcountry, polar expeditions - all done in the snow and all done by lots of amazing women.  Check out these resources to find out more...

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Kayaking Resources
White water, surfing, sea kayaking, sprint racing, marathon racing, multisport, fishing...is there anything you can't do from a kayak? Explore these resources!

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Cycling Resources
A list of resources for all sorts of cycling - mountain biking, road biking, touring, racing, recreation and commuting - all specific to women.

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Climbing Resources
Women can (and have) achieved incredible things in climbing. Listed in this section are a collection of climbing and moutaineering resources that are useful and inspiring for all climbers.

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A list of organisations that cater exclusively to women, or run trips exclusively for women. A great way to find a women-specific adventure in your area.

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Outdoor Industry

Outdoor Industry Resources
Looking for resources to help you plan programs, companies and organisations that cater for women or organisations you can join? Look no further...

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Blog Carnival - November 13th 2009

Blog Carnival 13 NovWelcome to the November 13, 2009 edition of Women and Outdoor Adventure! This month we feature bigfoot hunting, how to dress for hiking, hot springs, travel all over the world and a literary article, just for something different.

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Autumn Williams presents Following up on a bigfoot track find posted at Oregon Bigfoot Blog join a real life Bigfoot hunter as she chases up a track sighting!

Hiking Lady presents Hiking Lady Tip: Layering | Hiking Lady posted at Hiking Lady, saying, "The key to being comfortable on the trail is layering. Whether you’re on a one hour hike or a multi-day trip, the weather can change at any minute, and to stay comfy you need to have layers."

Brooke Allen presents The Boiling River posted at Rambling Brooke, in Yellowstone National Park.

Zhu presents Torres Del Pain(e) posted at Correr Es Mi Destino, saying, "One of the main attractions in Southern Chilean Patagonia is the Torres Del Paine National Park"

Felicity Arnold presents Wellington posted at KIWI KIKI, the NZ town.

HCF presents How to Get Up Early and Go Fishing Comfortably posted at Hike Camp Fish.

Madeleine Begun Kane presents Pedestrian Poems posted at Mad Kane's Humor Blog.

Linda Jones presents 101 Books Every Woman Should Read posted at AccreditedOnlineColleges.org, just for something a little bit different!

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of Women and Outdoor Adventure using the carnival submission form. Please do share this article using the button below...

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