Becoming a Love Her Wild member costs less than a cup of coffee a month and entitles you to a whole host of exciting rewards from exclusive discounts, VIP treatment at events and access to a private Facebook support group. You will also be in with a chance of winning great prizes on our regular giveaways from adventure books, gear and tickets to outdoor events.
Your support is vital in keeping the community going so that we can keep offering initiatives that benefit you and other women through adventure. Including a mentor program, informative articles, expedition opportunities and free places for disadvantaged members.
So don’t hesitate a second longer. Take a look at our membership options and joint the gang today:
Love Her Wild Ambassador of the Year
Each year a member will be selected to become an ambassador for Love Her Wild. A woman who is an active and supportive member of the community. As well as representing us at events and inspiring others, the ambassador will help viatal say in shaping the future of the community.
Seanna Fallon, Ambassador 2018
I’m an outdoors enthusiast, a wanderluster, a dreamer, a blogger, a sloth-like runner, a casual yogi, a soon-to-be arctic adventurer, an advocate for using the outdoors to improve mental health, and a dabbler in anything active or nature orientated. Contrary to many in this neck of the woods, I defend my position to not quit my job for adventures but rather to do meaningful work that gives me stability, but squeeze as much fun as possible into my spare time. I’m obsessed with Love Her Wild and the world it has opened up to me!!
Meet our Members
Becoming an adventurer is more than a physical journey! I’m planning an expedition to the South Pole in 2019 and crossing Greenland in May. One of my aims is to inspire women and girls to go out and have their own adventure, whatever that means you! Check out my blog Between Snow and Sky.
I am South Shropshire based. Whilst I may live most of my greatest adventures vicariously, I know too well that the best version of me can always be found outdoors.
I’m an adventure seeker with an overly developed sense of fear and nerves! I travelled for a year back in 2003, overland across Australia and worked on a sailing boat for 7 months. I’ve since had 2 kids (6 & 8) and spend most of my days writing code, interspersed with some running and some kayaking this summer in the inflatable Sevylor. I’m hoping to start having a few more adventures next year.
When it comes to the outdoors I’m up for anything that gets me out – running, climbing, surfing, hiking. I’m not fussy and will give anything a go. When I’m not out and about I work making documentaries about the planet for the telly box.