DIVERSITY IS STRENGTH

Indigenous Hipcamp Hosts Share Their Stories

As we continue our work to get more people outside, Hipcamp recognizes the importance of representation and the native history…

4 months ago

12 LGBTQ+ Outdoor Leaders Making a Difference

The breadth of LGBTQ+ outdoor organizations has grown exponentially over the past decade, with numerous queer-led nonprofits and guiding services…

8 months ago

Building Community Through Indigenous Presence, Food, and Culture

Indigenous Peoples' Day is a time to recognize Indigenous communities around the world for the power of their presence, activism,…

11 months ago

How Pride Outside is Creating Space for the LGBTQ+ Community in the Outdoors

Hannah Malvin’s wall is covered in pictures of past paths taken. There are scenic water shots, snow treks, and unfurling…

1 year ago

5 Significant First Nations Sites in Byron Bay

Delta Kay is passionate about sharing First Nations culture. An Arakwal Bundjalung woman and a respected Elder in the Byron…

2 years ago

Fresh Tracks Home: Myia Antone on Founding Indigenous Women Outdoors

Myia Antone always knew she was Indigenous, but it’s something she used to hide.  Despite being raised in Squamish—a glacier-carved…

2 years ago

11 African American Outdoor Leaders Who Inspire Us

At Hipcamp we believe that everyone should feel safe, welcome, and celebrated in the outdoors. There should not be any…

3 years ago

Meet BE: A New Media Collective Amplifying the Diversity of Our Parks, Trails and Campgrounds

We're not the first to say it, and we won't be the last: the outdoor industry has a diversity problem.Thankfully, this is…

5 years ago