SheFly Unzipped

48 Hours in Vermont, Fall Edition
SheFly may have been born on a glacier in Alaska (in the mind of Co-Founder Georgia Grace), but it was definitely raised in Vermont. Middlebury College, nestled in the Green Mountains, was the place where “GG” met her co-founders Charlotte...
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Understanding Land Acknowledgements
Today is Indigenous People’s Day, also sometimes referred to as First People’s Day or Native American Day. It is a holiday intended to celebrate and honor Native communities, history, and culture. While it is easier to commemorate something more abstract...
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How To Plan and Feel Safe on a Solo Hike
Why Hike Solo? Have you let your fear of hiking alone keep you from a great adventure? Solo hiking can be intimidating, especially for people who don’t have a lot of experience in the outdoors. We love to hike with...
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SheFly’s Complete Guide to Answering Nature’s Call Responsibly: LNT Best Practices

As with all responsible outdoor recreation, Leave No Trace applies to using our SheFly’s too and there are plenty of ways to tread lightly when we answer nature’s call. Whether you’re venturing to the backcountry or your backyard, if you’re wondering about how to use the bathroom outside responsibly, read on to learn our tips for best bathroom practices in the great outdoors (using the best all season hiking pants out there!)

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What Does National Public Lands Day Mean To You?
This National Public Lands Day, we’ve invited some of the folks pushing for new ways to experience the outdoors to share their thoughts on what the holiday means to them. Our public lands are for everyone, in theory, but in order to foster equity in the outdoor industry, we believe the first step is engaging with the various perspectives of our communities.

 

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