What began as an idea to start a podcast quickly grew into a community. Women & the Wilderness was inspired by the endless search for stories about women and their deep connection to the outdoors.


Hi there, I'm Hannah and Welcome to Women & the Wilderness. My connection to the outdoors came later in my life; when I saw the Rocky Mountains for the first time in my mid 20’s. I remember feeling so at ease when I first laid eyes on them, so at home. Ever since, I can’t get enough of the vast wilderness that covers this big, beautiful world.

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Elana Jadallah is a marketing strategist, photographer, and environmental advocate based in Hawaii. She and I talk about her journey through sustainability and how that’s guided her to regenerative practices...

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In a normal year, Lesley lives out of her suitcase- literally. But 2020 had something a little different in store for her. We dive into our whirlwind trip through Asia and how we first met, breast cancer and her double mastectomy, yoga, and how a broken drone led her to meeting her fiancé.

Not allowing physical differences define who you are with Allison Lang

In this episode of Women & the Wilderness I am joined by Allison Lang; content creator, solo female traveler, and advocate for body inclusivity. Oh, and did I mention she’s a left below-the-knee amputee?

A Woman's Journey to the 7 Summits with Marta Misztal

In this episode, we talk about her journey to the 7 summits, how she is preparing for Everest, how she is able to afford these long, expensive climbs, mental toughness and what it means to her to be able to work towards the goal of being the first person to climb both the 7 Summits and the Crown of Europe.