First Ascent: Alison Levine Reaches Antarctic Summit

When mountaineer Alison Levine and six teammates made a first ascent of Hall Peak–a 7,116-foot Antarctic peak that rests in Larsen Valley, one of the most dangerous sections of the icy continent–they […]

Yoga Retreat in the Rockies: Rhythms of Nature

I was surrounded by Colorado shortgrass and bittersweet mountain sagebrush. In a glacier-carved U-shaped valley hemmed by a ridgeline called South Lateral Moraine, our circle of yoga students stretched their […]

A Better Sports Bra. Finally.

A former collegiate soccer player and neuroscience student takes it on herself to engineer a sports bra that actually fits. When Catherine Betts was in high school, she shot from […]

New contest! Win Anna Naturals gift basket

Got opinions, love great products, and dig cool giveaways? In this WomensMovement.com contest, one poll participant will win an Anna Naturals Naturalicious Summer Gift Basket!  This fabulous giveaway includes five organic Anna Naturals […]

Renegade Female Adventurers: Junko Tabei

What makes an adventuresome lady a renegade? A she-go-getter that sets the bolts, gallops the stallion, and stair-steps in crampons—ice axe in hand—like a spring picnic. In this WomensMovement.com series, we […]

Renegade Female Adventurers: Annie Smith Peck

Annie Smith Peck Era: 1850-1935 Origin: Born in Providence, Rhode Island Claim to Fame: Annie raised the adventure bar with copious mountaineering records. In 1895, she became one of the […]