Meg here and I’m on a mission to empower you to get outside and have an adventure.
I’ve spent the past 12 years exploring my home of Colorado and beyond, going from knowing absolutely nothing about the outdoors to getting paid to summit mountains and write about it.
In 2017, I quit my career as an architect and start my own business as a full-time writer and blogger. I spent the past 5 years working as an outdoor writer and photographer getting published in places like Backpacker Magazine, REI, and more.
I went from being terrified of heights to summiting Colorado’s most challenging peaks.
I’ve called myself a bad hiker and now I’ve learned to love where my body can take me.
The outdoors is a place to tune out your everyday life and tune into your inner strength.
It’s a place where you’ll build lasting friendships, challenge yourself in a beautiful setting, and make lasting memories.
I want to enable you to navigate the outdoors like a pro, not a tourist.
The adventure starts here.
Blogging full-time requires a badass team to help deliver you the best outdoor travel advice on the web. Fox in the Forest is run with the help of an amazing team of adventurous women.
(Pinterest Queen and Graphic Design Goddess)
Dani is a twenty-something travel blogger and freelancer who is obsessed with all things planes, wildlife, and design.
Currently based in Mexico City (and likely staying!), she has spent the past six years of her life exploring the world solo while digital nomading. Her favorite destinations are those where she can see wildlife in its natural habitat or anywhere that is not on the usual travel radar for most.
More often than not, you’ll find her exploring a new destination in Asia or Africa (when she isn’t exploring the beauty of Mexico, of course!)
When she’s not traveling, she’s either writing a new post on her blog and working client projects, exploring coffee shops and rooftop bars all over Mexico City, or hiking in the outskirts of the city.
To read more about her work and adventures all over the world, check out her blog at No Hurry To Get Home.
(Kick-ass content manager and voice of reason)
Originally from New York City, Kelly Duhigg started Girl with a Passport travel blog back in 2017 after becoming jaded with the daily grind of a traditional, 9 to 5 job.
Her website is now an invaluable travel resource that helps women solo travel throughout New York City, Europe, and beyond.
Additionally, Kelly works part-time at the Westport Economic Development Committee as a marketing specialist and helps her amazing clients grow their websites with her expertise in SEO, Pinterest, affiliate sales, and email marketing.
When she is not working, you can find her traveling the world and exploring far-flung destinations like Myanmar, Cambodia, and Vietnam.
She also loves to binge-watch true crime docu-series while eating some guacamole and rocking a unicorn onesie from her home in the Adirondacks of New York.
(Badass contributing adventure writer)
Kate is a climber, creator, and community builder. She started her career as a camera operator and is now a writer – but she’s always been a storyteller.
She’s been behind the camera for the Chicago Bulls, Big Brother, ESPN, plus a variety of other productions, and has crafted words for Outdoor Research, Men’s Journal, and more.
After falling head over heel hooks for climbing, Kate moved to Golden, Coloardo. No she spends as much time as possible exploring the climbing areas of Colorado and the mountain west.
She’s down for climbing just about anything with holds, from fun sport to multi-pitch trad, so you’ll usually find her between a rock and a hard place!
You can also find her online at camerasandcarabiners.com