Women Adventures [5 Outdoor Activities]

I get out of my comfort zone and adventure more by getting off the sofa and take up an outdoor activities like:

Hiking, Kayaking, Backpacking, Snow Tubing, and hiking in Japan.


Snow tubing is a blast



Hiking in winter is fun if you dress warm

Women’s hiking and outdoor groups have also gained popularity, encouraging more women to participate in outdoor activities, build camaraderie, and share experiences.

I found the view from this point to be amazing. I could see for miles.





Hiking in the summer is the best.


I finally set out to hike the undulating trails of the Grand Canyon State, I came prepared with my trusty hiking poles in hand.

It was an early spring morning when I began my journey, the air still cool and crisp, a welcome respite from the heat that I knew would soon drench the desert. My poles, lightweight aluminum with cork grips, felt comfortable in my hands, extensions of my own will to conquer the miles ahead. They were adjustable, extending from 24 to 54 inches, and I had set them to about 48 inches to match my height and the terrain’s incline.

As I ventured into the heart of the wilderness, the poles became more than just tools; they were my companions, my rhythm in motion. Each step was met with a gentle tap on the earth as the tungsten carbide tips secured my footing on the loose gravel and slick rock surfaces. The shock-absorbing springs within the poles reduced the impact on my joints, a blessing for the long trek ahead.

The trail I had chosen was a challenging one, with steep ascents that led to breathtaking vistas and descents that plunged into the depths of canyons carved by the relentless hands of time. The straps of the poles wrapped snugly around my wrists, allowing me to use my upper body strength to assist in the climb and control my descent, making each movement deliberate and secure.

I remember reaching a particularly steep section where the red rocks loomed above me like ancient guardians of the path. Planting my poles firmly into the ground, I pushed upward, feeling the burn in my muscles as I ascended. The sweat on my brow was a testament to the effort, but the exhilaration of reaching the top was unmatched. I paused to take in the view, the vast expanse of the Arizona landscape stretching out before me—a tapestry of reds, oranges, and greens under the azure sky.

Throughout the day, my poles helped navigate through narrow passages, across trickling streams, and over fallen logs. They provided balance when I traversed a precarious ledge with a sheer drop to one side, and they were a comfort when fatigue began to set in, and each step felt heavier than the last.



Backpack for gear, snacks, shelter.



Give kayaking a try

kayaking can be a fun and rewarding activity for women of all ages and skill levels, offering a chance to enjoy the beauty of the great outdoors while getting some exercise and fresh air.

Bring some defensive weapons to keep safe.

List of outdoor hobbies that women like:

  1. Hiking
  2. Camping
  3. Backpacking
  4. Rock climbing
  5. Bouldering
  6. Mountain biking
  7. Road biking
  8. Trail running
  9. Stand-up paddleboarding
  10. Kayaking
  11. Canoeing
  12. Whitewater rafting
  13. Fishing
  14. Hunting
  15. Gardening
  16. Birdwatching
  17. Wildlife photography
  18. Horseback riding
  19. Surfing
  20. Kiteboarding
  21. Windsurfing
  22. Scuba diving
  23. Snorkeling
  24. Snowshoeing
  25. Cross-country skiing
  26. Downhill skiing
  27. Snowboarding
  28. Ice skating
  29. Ice climbing
  30. Winter hiking
  31. Orienteering
  32. Geocaching
  33. Foraging
  34. Beachcombing
  35. Slacklining
  36. Yoga
  37. Pilates
  38. Dance
  39. Tai Chi
  40. Meditation
  41. Forest bathing
  42. Outdoor painting
  43. Outdoor cooking