Women's OutDoor Adventure Weekend
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NOV. 15–17
Table Rock State Park

Hosted by Palmetto Conservation, Women’s Outdoor Adventure Weekend is designed for women, by women, to inspire women to learn, play, and share in the great outdoors.

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Discover. Relate. Inspire.

At Palmetto Conservation, we want to see more women of all ages, abilities, and experience gain the confidence they need to enjoy the great outdoors through South Carolina’s beautiful State Parks — and especially, The Palmetto Trail.

Participation Requirements

Open to all Females 18+ who aspire to enjoy active, self-powered recreation — regardless of outdoor experience, skill level, body type, or any other factors. ALL WOMEN ARE WELCOME!

 

TICKET PRICES

Full Weekend :: Thur–Sun

$275 — Includes Thursday – Sunday
10% Discount for PCF Members

One Day :: Friday OR Saturday Only

$175 — Single Day
10% Discount for PCF Members

Non-members will receive a one-year Palmetto Conservation membership with a full-price registration.

 

BREAKOUT SESSIONS

HIKING
Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced

BACKPACKING
Backcountry
Leave No Trace
Campfire Cooking
Orienteering
 

Introduction to KAYAKING
Introduction to MOUNTAIN BIKING
Introduction to TRAIL RUNNING
Introduction to FLY FISHING
 

FIRST AID & SURVIVAL*
Basic First Aid
Southeast WILDERNESS SURVIVAL
*Double track - must participate in BOTH Basic First Aid and Wilderness Survival consecutively on Friday

SESSION DETAILS →

 
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Key Speakers

 
 
 
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Jennifer Pharr Davis

Hiker, author, speaker, and National Geographic Adventurer of the Year who has covered over 14,000 miles of long distance trails on six different continents

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Carolyn L. Hartfield

passionate health & wellness advocate, certified coach, dynamic speaker, and intrepid adventurer who, at almost 70, is “aging gracefully”

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“The people who choose to spend time outdoors are not running away from anything; we are returning to where we belong.”

— Jennifer Pharr Davis

 
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