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October 2020  

Adventures Close to Home – New and Classic Trips

Dear Adventure Women,

It has been a busy few months here at AdventureWomen! We have been getting great feedback from so many of you, and we LOVE that you are ready for more adventures a bit closer to home! We hear you loud and clear, and we are thrilled to share with you a brand-new trip to Death Valley in March! This trip is limited to eight guests and has all single rooms, so if you want to join it, let us know soon. Additionally, we’ve revised our travel policy so that you can book our 2021 trips with confidence.

We know how important travel is to each of you, which is why we felt so strongly about bringing trips back as soon as we were convinced that we could run them in a way that felt safe for our guests and respectful of the local communities that we visited.

After many discussions among our staff, local partners, and past guests, we are adding certain measures to help everyone feel safer. On our most recent trips to Idaho, Yellowstone, and Utah, we limited the number of guests, added guides,  vehicles, and rafts to enable greater physical distancing, added more single rooms, had temperature checks along the way, and encouraged mask wearing and extra sanitization. With these precautions in place, we ran three successful, sold-out trips. It felt amazing to be back on the road with our AdventureWomen family!

Due to popular demand, we are adding a second departure to Yellowstone National Park in February. Traveling to Yellowstone in the wintertime brings fewer crowds and peaceful settings, allowing you to connect with nature surrounded by stunning, snowy landscapes. Curious to see what the magic is all about? Check out this video created by our AdventureWomen Ambassador on last year’s trip.

Another winter adventure not too far afield that we absolutely love is searching for the Northern Lights in Iceland, which only has a few spots left! If you’re looking a bit further into 2021, we’ve also added new departures to Alaska’s Bear Camp in May and to Costa Rica in July.

This month we feature Ambassador Dede Nash, whose favorite destination might surprise you; and Martha K., a guest on our recent Idaho rafting adventure who shared her experience with us. We couldn’t wait to hear what it was like traveling again, and Martha left us feeling inspired and wishing that we had been on the Salmon River with her group. She reminded us that AdventureWomen travelers are kind, intrepid, thoughtful, caring, and most of all, fun!

Finally, and most importantly, October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Our founder, Susan Eckert, was a true inspiration to women, and her brave battle with this prolific disease made her a champion to all who knew and traveled with her. We hope the beginning of fall has you outside, safely enjoying nature’s colorful display, and supporting a cure for breast cancer, whether that be participating in a virtual fundraising run or walk, or a contribution to the organization of your choice.

Stay safe, stay healthy, and keep adventuring!

"The surreal beauty of hiking out to and soaking in "the boiling river" early A.M. -6 degrees, steam rising, elk walking past us curiously, ice rime forming on our eyelashes as we sat in the hot water, surrounded by snow....unbelievable!."
Deb C.

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