Holiday AdventureWomen Gift Giving Guide

As we approach the holiday season, we wanted to share with you our favorite must-have’s this year!


Athleta Activate Face Mask ($40) “A must!!! I’ve been wearing the Athleta Activate Mask when I exercise.” -Judi

Patagonia Nano Puff Jacket ($199) This is an all around favorite at AdventureWomen, it is incredibly lightweight and highly compressible.

Trekking Poles ($49.99) “My partner and I have been using these affordable trekking poles for a few years on our trips, and they have held up nicely!” -Emily

Indoor Plant like this Coffee Plant from The Sill ($35) “You might be surprised to know the same plant that grows your morning coffee beans is a popular, low maintenance houseplant!”

Women’s Flurry Sensor Gloves ($40) “Gloves, of course! My essential go to are from Outdoor Research. They come in Women’s sizes and can take a beating.” -Jacqui

Garmin VivoActive Watch ($249) “I love seeing our daily step progress and it motivates me to get out every day and move.” -Mary OR the Apple Watch (From $399) “I just got the brand new series 6 and it is the most comfortable one I’ve had so far, I have boney wrists and its sits perfectly there. It also has a pulse oximeter built in now, which is useful in the time of COVID.”


La Sportiva Ultra Raptor Trail-Running Shoes ($97.50) “Even though I am not a runner, I love these shoes!  They are very light but sturdy – great for light hiking and walking in the woods” -Nicole

Airpods ($159) “I listen to all kinds of podcasts on my walks” -Katie

The Around The World Cookbook ($42.91) 350 authentic recipes from around the world, including traditional favorites and some tempting discoveries.

Organizations to support:

    1. National Parks Foundation: “The handful of National Parks I have visited have so many adjectives – breathtaking, amazing, incredible, beautiful and so much more!!  I’m on a mission to visit as many as I can.  The need to preserve these gems for future generations is so important.” -Katie
    2. Local Food Pantries. There is so much food insecurity today, look into your local organizations to support them this winter.
    3. African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) We all are mindful of the need to protect wildlife which is increasingly endangered due to economic development and climate change.