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A How-To for Hiker Girls and World Travelers

Hi, I'm Megan. I'm a long-distance hiker, blogger, author, and outdoor professional. I travel all over the world (and sometimes stay home in the USA) in search of mountains and trails. I found my love of hiking on the Appalachian Trail back in 2012 and since then have hiked in the Himalayas, the Andes, and Eastern Europe.

Follow along in 2019 as I begin another hiking journey around the world. I'm starting out by walking the Camino de Santiago, a 1000+ year old, 500-mile footpath across Spain. After that, who knows? I just hope to end my journey in Kyrgyzstan.

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A female hiker on the Camino de Santiago.

Winter Camino de Santiago: Part 3

I have officially finished my winter Camino de Santiago. The past two weeks have involved a full spectrum of weather, lots of new people on the Camino, and so much walking. Check out Part 1 and Part...

Walking a winter Camino de Santiago.

Winter Camino de Santiago: Part 2

My winter hike of the Camino de Santiago continues. With another two weeks under my trail runners, I feel like I’ve walked very far. (If you missed Part 1, you can read it here.) Trying to stay warm...

The first 150 miles of my journey of a winter Camino de Santiago.

Winter Camino de Santiago: Part 1

A deceptively sunny day at the beginning of my winter Camino de Santiago. I’ve been in Spain for over two weeks, and have been doing a winter hike of the Camino de Santiago for ten days so far...