#TeamSierra Outdoor Blog Network

Here on the Sierra Social Hub, we've been publishing articles with outdoor adventure how to tips, gear reviews, stories about real life adventures and more over the last few years. Our readers have asked for more stories, more tips and more advice. To provide the best outdoor blog articles, we decided to assemble a team of outdoor bloggers to post to the Sierra Social Hub regularly. We're referring to these outdoor blogging experts as #TeamSierra. Check out the bloggers who will be regularly providing articles over the next few months.

The Morning Fresh


The Morning Fresh

Katie Boué is a southeastern climber who documents her travels, photography, and outdoor lifestyle on The Morning Fresh â?? including a yearlong road trip spent living in a big yellow van to explore America's greatest climbing destinations and National Parks. You can follow her adventures through her blog, or on Twitter via @TheMorningFresh.

Modern Hiker


Modern Hiker


Casey Schreiner writes Modern Hiker, Los Angeles' oldest and most-read hiking blog.  Casey's been encouraging Angelenos to explore the world-class hiking beyond the Walk of Fame since 2005. When not exploring trails, he acts as the series producer and head writer for Pivot TV's live, late-night show, TakePart Live. Keep up with Casey on Twitter: @ModernHiker.

A Colorado Gal


A Colorado Gal

Heather is a Colorado gal who believes adventure is part of her soul. She seeks adrenaline whenever possible. She can be found peak bagging high altitude summits, backpacking into off-the-grid locales with her pup, skiing powder stashes so deep that the snow stings her face, or exploring new cultures in developing countries. For a simpler approach to life and adventure, find her on her blog at JustAColoradoGal.com or on Twitter: @AColoradoGal.



Adventure-Inspired


Katie Levy

Katie Levy is a self-proclaimed outdoor adventure addict and loves sharing her passion for playing outside with anyone willing to listen. Though currently based in Philadelphia, spending her formative years in upstate New York and two years in Alaska fostered a lifelong passion for the outdoors. After 13 years as a competitive swimmer, she followed that passion on backpacking trips in the Adirondacks, on sub-zero winter hikes in the Chugach Mountains and up Mount Rainier. These days, if she's not out on the trail, you'll find working on her other passion, Adventure-Inspired, or getting her WOD on at CrossFit Love. Follow Katie on Twitter.

Adventure Tykes


Adventure Tykes


Melissa Edge lives in Moab, Utah, where she enjoys exploring the beautiful red rock landscape with her husband and son. She is the founder of Adventure Tykes and loves inspiring and motivating parents to get outside with their kids. Melissa is an avid runner, hiker and amateur chef. She also tweets.

Gina Bégin


Gina Begin

Although Gina calls Utah her second home, you're unlikely to actually find her there. Since storing her things over two years ago and hitting the road, she's been on a quest to reach the distant places of North America. She's skied the backcountry of the Chugach in Alaska, slept under the northern lights in the Yukon Territory, photographed Nova Scotia's coves, backpacked in southern U.S. wildernesses and munched on sugared tamarindo in the jungles of Mexico. Follow Gina's adventures on her personal blog or on the Outdoor Women's Alliance site. Seek her out on Twitter, too.

The Outdoor Adventure


The Outdoor Adventure

Paul Osborn is an avid outdoor adventurer and frequently tweets about his trips. He's loved being outdoors since he was a kid and is always game to try something new. Currently, he's trying to instill a love for everything wild in his own kids. Paul's website, The Outdoor Adventure, encourages others to open their doors and get outside by giving them the tools and confidence necessary to do so. He did just that on the John Muir Trail in June 2013 with a group that included members of Sierra Trading Post's own social media team. (Read about #JMT2013 on the Hub!)

Tales of A Mountain Mama


Tales of a Mountain Mama

Amelia lives with her husband and two young boys in Yellowstone National Park. She writes over at Tales of a Mountain Mama and tweets, too, about their attempts to continue an active, outdoor lifestyle now that babies and kids are in the mix while hiking, camping, biking, skiing and doing plenty of exploring. She shares her triumphs, lessons learned (often the hard way) and best picks for gear to help get families outside.



You Did What With Your Wiener?


Jessica Rhea

Jessica lives in Seattle with her husband and two miniature Dachshunds, Chester and Gretel, and loves hiking, traveling, photography and animals. Her blog, You Did What With Your Weiner, features two adventurous wiener dogs breaking stereotypes, having fun, staying active and fighting pet obesity. She also tweets about those Dachshunds.

Walk Simply


Walk Simply

Traci Lehman is an IT Analyst by trade and when she's not in the office she shares her walking and outdoor adventures on Walk Simply. Based in Southern California, Traci hopes to inspire others to go outside, enjoy the little things, and view our world up-close. Follow along on her adventures and keep up on her newest contributions here and on her own blog on Twitter. Just like pictures? Traci's a fan, too. Check out her adventures on Instagram.

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And there you have it. The 10 members of our current #TeamSierra Outdoor blog network. Look for posts from these outdoor experts on the Sierra Social Hub for the next few months along with our regular articles and some additional guest posts from other inspiring bloggers. We like getting pitches, so if you have an idea for a post you'd like to share on the Sierra Social Hub, email us at pr@sierratradingpost.com.
Andy Hawbaker
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Andy Hawbaker
Andy is a hiker, backpacker, snowboarder and outdoor fanatic. When he isn't exploring the Rocky Mountains, burning marshmallows or scratching his dog behind the ear, he shares his experiences here on the Sierra Trading Post Blog.
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