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Finding the right gifts for outdoor women has never been easier! Whether home decor, hiking gear, or educational learning, the outdoorsy girl on your list is easy to shop for.
Here’s a list of gift ideas from home goods and books to adventure gear— you may even find a few to put on your own list. And, these aren’t just great for Christmas, these gifts for outdoor women work all year long!
Bring the night sky inside with the gift of glow in the dark stars. Often found in kids rooms, adults alike will love the stars on their ceilings and walls as they drift off to sleep… kind of like sleeping under the real stars, right?
Possibly one of the coolest contraptions to exist, gift the outdoorsy gal in your life a 3-in-1 camp chair. This camp chair folds into a backpack for easy transport, and folds out to be a cooler and stool for breaks along her hike.
This $80 annual pass is her ticket to visit more than 2,000 federal recreation sites through covered entrance fees and national parks and national wildlife refuges and standard amenity fees at national forest and grasslands.
This memoir follows the impulsive decision of Cheryl Strayed to hike more than a thousand miles of the Pacific Crest Trail from the Mojave Desert through California and Oregon to Washington State with no experience or training.
She shares the terror and pleasure of taking a journey where all the odds seemed stacked against her.
Robin Wall Kimmerer draws on her life as an indigenous scientist and woman to show how living beings from plant to animal to human offer gifts and lessons.
Through reflections, she centralizes on the argument that the awakening of ecological consciousness first starts with the acknowledgement of our reciprocal relationship with the other beings of the world.
Hunting for mushrooms gives grieving wife Litt Woon Long an unexpected form of healing.
Little did Long know that when she signed up for a beginner’s course on mushrooming that she would follow the parallel journey of an inner story of mourning and the outer story of the realm of mushrooms.
If she’s an animal lover, give her a gift that gives a little extra.
Find her favorite animal on the World Wildlife Foundation website and donate in her honor support efforts to protect those animals. Plus, she gets a cute plush to remind her of your donation every day!
Kylie Hubbard graduated from the University of Tennessee with a degree in journalism in December 2019 where she was the Editor-in-Chief of The Daily Beacon, and has worked with various organizations in Knoxville and Nashville, Tennessee through writing, design, communications and marketing. Kylie loves sharing stories, and spending time outdoors.
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