Frequently Asked Questions
Events / Activities
What kinds of activities do you organize?
All sorts of stuff. As an all-volunteer organization, Women Outdoors relies on our members to organize and lead all of our events. That means our volunteer leaders can choose to lead the types of outdoor activities they love the most, whether it’s hiking or biking, kayaking or canoeing, caving or climbing – you name it. We also participate in local watershed clean-up days and help with maintenance on some of our favorite hiking trails. We just ask everyone to bring their sense of humor, fun and adventure.
Do I need to have outdoor experience to join Women Outdoors? No. We offer a wide range of activities suitable for different levels of experience, ability and fitness. Some of our activities are geared toward training the beginner outdoors woman in skills such as kayaking, cross country skiing or orienteering. Other activities such as hikes and bike rides run the gamut from easy to strenuous, with most in the moderate range. The regional chapter calendars give general information on each event, but you can also contact the trip leader if you have any questions about the skills or stamina needed for that activity.
Can I bring my daughter on a Women Outdoors activity?
Can I bring my dog to a Women Outdoors event?
May I attend a Women Outdoors event if I’m not a member of Women Outdoors?
Can I attend Women Outdoors events sponsored in other regions?
How do I join Women Outdoors?
How much does it cost to join?
What do I get for my membership dues?
Can my daughter join Women Outdoors?
Login / Technical
How do I find the Menu and Login in the new Mobile version?
How do I login so I can register for an event or access the Members Only section of the website?
If you're a member of Women Outdoors, you can login to the website and enjoy some of the Members Only features such as back issues of the Women Outdoors Magazine or the Women Outdoors Bibliography.
To login, click on the Login icon on the upper right corner of any page on the website. On the Desktop, it looks like this:
If you don't know your password, then click on the "Forgot Password" link. On the next screen, enter your email address (be sure to use the same email address you used to join), click on "Submit" and wait for an email. Once you get your email, follow the instructions and start to enjoy a few of the benefits of being a member of Women Outdoors.
What is the Gathering?
Can I bring my dog to the Gathering?
How do I get in touch with Women Outdoors?