Love Her Wild is a UK-based nonprofit women’s adventure community. We believe outdoor adventures boost well-being, increase confidence and help protect our planet through better connections to nature.
Love Her Wild is an inclusive community providing opportunities, support and funding to make the outdoors more accessible. We’ve taken thousands of women on adventures from first-time mountain hikes to world-first overseas expeditions!
I’m Bex Band, founder and director of Love Her Wild.
When I first started getting outdoors on adventures in my mid-20s, I found it competitive, judgemental and greatly lacking in diversity. This inspired me to create a more supportive and inclusive space for women. Love Her Wild has grown into a friendly nonprofit community of over 50,000 and has organised some of the country’s most exciting adventures!
Here’s how to get involved:
…..COMMUNITY: Join our main Facebook hub as well as your Local Group (run by our team of volunteer Local Wilders), where you can find FREE meet-ups in your area.
…..ADVENTURE: See what events and expeditions we have coming up.
…..FUNDING: See if you are eligible for a Love Her Wild grant.
…..SUPPORT: Support us via our shop or by joining our tribe of wonderful LHW Patron’s
…..CONNECT: Keep up-to-date with LHW HQ news: Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Instagram and our newsletter which goes out to over 20,000 subscribers!
We look forward to seeing you on an adventure soon!
We organise unique opportunities to inspire women to get outdoors. It’s what makes our community different! Check out some of our latest adventure opportunities:
Women’s End2End Relay: 700 women helped pass a baton the length of the UK. Taking 74-days, covering 2,000km+ and raising over £14k for charity.
Nav Day: On the 13th May 2023, hundreds of women across the UK will get the opportunity to participate in a navigation course for just £15!
The Outdoor Academy: 15 participants will be chosen to receive a free place in our beginner-in-the-outdoors academy.
Latest on our blog:
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The Unexpected American Adventure
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