Hey all, my name's Cori, but you can just call me Raven, and I'm a 2014 AT thru-hiker and 2015 Long Trail end-to-ender. I just moved from Connecticut to Oregon via an awesome cross country road trip. I'm on a current hiatus from full-time work, enjoying what adventures life has to offer.
If you look back to my (terrible) introductory post you may be able to decipher that as well as me earning my thru-hiker stripes in 2014, my parents
Disclosure: The following product was donated for the purpose of review. I'm sure for many of you, Icebreaker has long been on your radar, if not
"I think most people still hold onto this idea that women have smooth - hairless - skin and it is odd that I/we/you don't" - Legs (AT'14) Body
August 11th marked 1 year since I finished the AT. Even though the last year has gone by in the blink of an eye, I feel like I've still been able to
I'm sure many of you have heard of or run across people hiking for charities. Some times it seems like everyone I run into is hiking for this or that
Before I left for the Long Trail in May, I made an order with Sawyer for a Sawyer Squeeze water filter, but they accidentally sent me a Mini filter.
Today I want to take some time to run through some scenarios, and discuss what hikers really should do when dealing with injuries or illness while
You’ve been thinking about hiking Vermont’s Long Trail? Maybe you’ve completed the AT and figure “well I already started the Long Trail, so it
Trail Days. It's a must do for hikers....at least once. Though you may get hooked. A weekend spent in Damascus, VA with Tramily, and like minded
You'll come across all different fashions along the AT. You'll run into hikers that will wear zip-off pants (but never zip them off), guys wearing