Gina Lucrezi

Gina has always been stubborn and bold, so when it came to advocating for women’s rights and equality in the outdoors, she was bound to make some changes. As the founder of Trail Sisters, Gina’s goal is to help create opportunities and grow participation in women’s trail running. Gina is also a professional ultra trail runner, and when she’s not on the trails logging miles, she’s most likely trying to potty train her new Airedale pup, Ezra.

Cold Weather Running Jacket Review

Ever head out for a winter adventure assuming you will warm up after a mile of effort, but never do? Or you layer up according to the forecast but halfway through your adventure the weather turns and you find yourself racing home for warmth and shelter?

Full Length Tights Review

Well, it’s that time of year when the temps turn frigid, and the weather becomes relentless. Shorts and capris are no match in combating winter weather, but thankfully full length tights are able to do the trick so we can continue adventuring all year long.

Wool: Performance, Functionality, and Products

Materials matter, especially when using them for performance purposes. Functionality is king, as it determines your comfort, security, and overall enjoyment while recreating. Wool is considered one of the best performance materials on the market, as its functionality second to none. Let’s go through what makes wool a go-to material for your outdoor adventures.

Community and the Power of Connection

The reason why a person may join a community is unique to that individual, but a commonality of any group is its ability for interaction and communication between members. Human connection is powerful, and can be life changing. As social creatures, contact and relationships are paramount to our existence, and happiness.

Trail Sisters Launches Free Educational Courses

The courses are set up to include multiple lessons, breaking things down into bite-sized chunks. The information is conveyed or displayed in video, photo, and text format. At the end of each course is a five question quiz. The quiz serves as a challenge for readers to digest and retain what they’ve just read…and who doesn’t like a challenge!

Childcare Grant Recipients and a Call for Donations!

Years of speaking with women through the Trail Sisters community has provided copious amounts of insight on the extra duties moms inherit (whether consciously or not), especially during child-rearing years. This additional work results in less “me time,” with (generally) exercise as one of the first items to be cut from one’s daily schedule.

Trail Sisters Partners with HOKA ONE ONE

It comes with great pleasure and excitement to announce Trail Sisters is partnering with the performance footwear and apparel brand HOKA ONE ONE®! Trail Sisters and HOKA have a shared belief in the importance of education and empowerment, and believe running and the outdoors can be a vehicle for both.

2021 Adventure Grant Awardees Announced!

In partnership with The North Face, the Trail Sisters Adventure Grant will award six women with a $500 check and a sweet gear kit to pursue their dream adventure. Both TNF and TS share a love for adventure as well as a passion to grow participation and opportunity in outdoor sports.

2,021 Hours for the Planet, Wrapped Up

In honor of Earth Month, we wanted to do some special, putting the pressure on more trail clean-up and trail maintenance. Many organizations and trail enthusiasts look after the Earth with daily trail care, but the reality is, most of us are only able to commit a certain amount of time and energy.

Trail Sisters 2,021 Hours for the Planet, Presented by Altra

In celebration of Earth Month, Trail Sisters and Altra Running are excited to launch our new conservation and cleanup project, 2,021 Hours for the Planet. The goal of this project is to hit (hopefully surpass) 2,021 hours of collective trail clean-up and maintenance work from the community.

TS Panel of Experts!

I’m excited to announce and celebrate 18 extraordinary women who make up our Ask the Trail Sisters panel of experts. These kick-butt women will be answering

I Am Not a Trail Sister

Trust me, I want to be – like a pony wants to be a horse, like a shrub wants to be a tree – but like the pony and the shrub, inevitably I fall short. Don’t get me wrong, there are women that I love, that I will cheer for until I no longer have a voice. There are women I don’t know that I will do the same. But there are moments, many moments when I cannot cheer for the successes of other women, and it makes me feel horrible.

Women’s Representation and Awareness

“You’ve got to see it to believe it.” A common saying, or maybe even a cliché, but it’s true. Observing a situation, action or event provides the proof that it’s possible. Sure, there are some who don’t need an experience to believe in what can be, but for others, having that example is what provides comprehension in what they too, can do.

Entry Barriers: A Historic Battle for Women’s Equality

Every time I start typing this article I get hung up with the intro,  I want to focus on addressing the entry barriers preventing women from exploring the outdoors, but I can’t seem to get there unless I include issues with inequality, and the history of our society.

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Introducing: Moxie the Mountain Lion

It’s just about Trail Sisters three year anniversary, and with much time listening and learning, we’ve finally decided on what we believe is the best representation for our community…meet Moxie the Mountain Lion.

Darcy Andorra

Female Running Coach Directory

Today we are really excited to introduce a new addition to the site. It was spearheaded by TSer Sandi Nypaver, an avid trail runner and pursuer

Faith and Foolish Notions

I spend a lot of time doing many things, like pecking away on a keyboard, listening to Taylor Swift, trying to get cuddles from my