Bring some joy and inspiration to your winter with this series of FREE adventure talks! From campervanning around Ireland, running an ultramarathon, bikepacking the Himalayas and crossing the Arctic. Tell your friends, grab a cuppa and tune in from the comfort of home.
These are stories of adventures told by members of our wonderful community. Join us on Wednesdays and (some) Thursdays in January, February, and March to beat the winter blues and get inspiration for your next adventure!
All talks will be held on Zoom and will consist of a 30min talk and then a Q&A session. All our speakers are not professionals but just women who have a story they would like to share so please show them your support. Love Her Wild would like to thank them for being brave and stepping up to talk for us!
NOTE: If you’d like to say thank you to the speakers and organisers for giving their time to make this series happen, please consider donating or becoming a LHW Patron. More support means more opportunities, events and women impacted by our amazing community!
18th January: Nicola Bennett- Fear-less. One woman and a Campervan in Ireland
25th January: Rachel Rumble- Demystifying Trail Running
1st February: Emma Harrison- Adaptive Adventure
2nd February: Eve Armstrong- Crossing the Finnmark Plateau
8th February: Rachel Richards- Couch to Ultra: that escalated quickly!
15th February: Corrie – Slowly does it: My Journey to Everest Base Camp
22nd February: Polly Groom- What I thought running an ultramarathon would be vrs what it actually was
1st March: Clare Moody- Novice Goes Transatlantic
8th March: Kate Owen- Annapurna on Two Wheels…a Himalayan Bikepacking Adventure
16th March: Tsara Smith- Ramble Against Racism
22nd March: Claire Alldritt- Hoofin Around the Highlands – a 1000 mile solo journey with two horses
To tune in to a talk, simply join via our events on Facebook. On the corresponding events page you’ll find the Zoom link.
Please do consider supporting the Love Her Wild community by becoming a Patreon! Not only will you be helping women in accessing the outdoors, but there are great benefits including giveaways and access to an exclusive newsletter.
Bex Band founded Love Her Wild. Alongside running the community, she is an author, blogger and speaker on all things adventure and conservation. For her work championing women in the outdoors, she has been nominated for multiple awards and was named one of the UK’s Top 30 inspirational entrepreneurs.