Welcome to Fox in the Forest! Where adventure reigns and life is lived outside. Fox in the Forest is a US-based digital marketing company specializing in kick-ass freelance writing and digital content strategy.
Meg has experience with SEO, long-term content strategy, blog management, and digital content marketing consulting services. She works closely with editors and clients to bring your unique stories to life. Solve your customer’s most pressing issues and sell more with digital content marketing.
Services include freelance web content writing, copywriting, digital content management, content strategy consulting, blog posts, ghostwriting, newsletters, and more.
Her expertise doesn’t stop at the outdoors, Meg also writes for a variety of corporate clients from healthcare to financial policy advisors. To learn more about Meg’s professional writing services, check out her professional writing page.
Meg, called Fox by those she knows, is a full-time freelance writer, digital content specialist, and adventure photographer. Her passion is to encourage others to jump into the unknown and have an adventure. Based out of Denver, Colorado she’d rather be dirty than done up.
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Fox in the Forest wants you to have the adventure trip of a lifetime, whether that be overseas adventure travel or tackling a challenging hike in your own backyard. This hiking blog is packed with incredible hiking and camping tips, expert knowledge on outdoor adventure trips across the globe and so much more.
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Your comprehensive guide to trekking poles. Covering everything from if you really need trekking poles, to how to use them, and some of the best trekking poles for women.
You’re surrounded by peaks so steep they look like cartoons. Ice hangs precariously from their tops, as if a toddler dolloped icing about the landscape. Everywhere you look the jagged knife edges of the Himalaya stare back menacingly. You peer cautiously over the edge of the trail, even that makes you dizzy. The milky glacial river roars below you.
Rock climbing is a dangerous sport, even when you know your stuff. An exciting tale about surviving a 25-foot climbing fall and what I learned from it.
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