Women on the Wild Side

March 2007
PN;Mar2007, Vol. 61 Issue 3, p60
Trade Publication
The article discusses the outdoor series of women trips provided by Wilderness Inquiry (WI). It is designed for women adventures that are challenging and supportive where they can share experiences and try new activities together. It also offers trips for women with disabilities, as well as trips for men. WI specializes in rendering appropriate staff support and adventures from hundreds of destinations such as North Shore Trail, Kayak Apostle Islands and Boundary Waters Canoe Area.


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