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#GayOutdoors Featured Content
The Group Getting Queer People Outside Together
The Venture Out Project is doing more than just teaching outdoor skills. It's creating a community.
March 03, 2019
Mikah Meyer Called Out The Lack Of LGBT Representation In The Outdoor Industry. Now, REI Sponsors Him
Meyer is traveling to all 418 National Park Service sites. He plans to finish the journey on April 29, 2019, three years to the day that he started.
January 31, 2019
Meet the First Openly Gay Woman to Complete the Seven Summits
On June 23, 2018 Silvia Vasquez-Lavado stood on the summit of Denali, having become the first openly gay woman to reach each of the Seven Summits.
December 15, 2018
How LGBTQ people are breaking down barriers to take on the outdoors
Queer culture is often defined by its nightlife, but opportunities for LGBTQ people who love the natural world have exploded in recent years.
November 25, 2018
Meet the Club Bringing Bike Adventures to Women of Color + LGBTQ Community
When Friends on Bikes founders Molly Sugar and Gritchelle Fallesgon moved to Portland, Oregon, from larger, more diverse cities, they took a look at the cycling community, both on and off-road, and while they saw a vibrant, passionate cycling community, they didn’t see a whole lot of diversity. Because it can often be intimidating to …
October 30, 2018
SFGN's Gay Camping 2018: The Best Gay Campgrounds in North America, by Category
Gay camping is not a poor man's sport. Much goes into a trip to a gay campground whether pitching a tent in a field or rolling in with 60,000 pounds of motorhome. Especially on theme weekends and those that include gay high holidays such as New Years, Mardi Gras and Halloween. 
April 04, 2018
Elyse Rylander Is a Trailblazer for LGBTQ Youth
Ultimately, she wants the outdoors to be an equitable space for queer kids to learn, work, grow, and thrive—and be recognized.
April 03, 2018

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