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Wild Women of the Wasatch | ep.03 | Dawn Till Dark

Editor's Note: Watch this group of chicks jam pack their month of May with climbing, skiing, skating, biking and drinking. The gals send it once again in their third episode of their web series The Women Of The Wasatch. Why do limit yourself to one activity when you can do five?

May in Utah can be a confusing time of year for outdoor sport lovers. We spent the entire winter not questioning what the activity of the day would be, clearly we’d be skiing. However, May gets a bit more tricky. During spring in Utah, the snow remains high in the mountains for backcountry touring, (not to mention Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort is still open until Memorial Day), yet as you drive down canyon into the valley, the temperature heats up. You can see little dots of people clung to the cliffs climbing, wheels of bikers spinning down the trails and the street surfers start to emerge skateboarding around the city.

Deciding which spring sport to do can be quite the conversation, and to alleviate the indecision, I decided to do a handful of my favorite adventure activities all in one day with several of my rad lady friends.

Here is Episode 03 of Wild Women of the Wasatch. Ski, climb, bike, skate and beer. A day in the Wasatch, check it out! 

For the full article and trip report, take a look at Ski Utah's blog, here.

@ShannanYates and @LauraEwald skinning up to Twin Lakes Pass for a sunrise ski tour.

@AmyJaneDavid rappelling down to @AkinaJohnson for a mid-morning climbing session.

@ChristineDern poppin' off dirt jumps on I Street after ripping down Bobsled during an afternoon mountain bike ride. 

Capping off the day with a legendary Salt Lake City sunset before skateboarding downtown to grab cold beers with the whole crew.

Laura, Christine, Akina and myself all lead lady meet­ups for the active outdoor women’s community And She’s Dope Too, so join us on some adventures this summer by following @AndShesDopeToo.

Thank you to everyone who has followed the adventures of the Wild Women of the Wasatch! Keep a lookout for upcoming episodes featuring another spectrum of women enjoying the Wasatch mountains. Thank you to @CroshaneMedia for joining the adventures to film/edit and thanks to @SkiUtah for sharing the stories. In the meantime, keep up with my adventures on Instagram @AmyJaneDavid.

Watch Episode 01 Adaptive Sports
Watch Episode 02 Chicks Who Rip

Im fairly positive they’re likely to be informed a great deal of new stuff here than anyone.


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