Backpacking, Hiking, Camping

Gail Lowe- First Woman Quadruple Crowner!  18,000 miles and 5 thru hikes!

Welcome to Nature Nymph, LLC!  We look forward to helping you prepare for your backcountry trek, through our instructional backpacking series, “Amateur to Ace“.  Backpacking, hiking and camping instruction are our specialties.  Save hundreds of dollars and hundreds of hours on books and other resources!  Everything you need to know is here.  And, we include information that you won’t find anywhere else, no matter what the source!  Much of what is presented was learned over 18,000 miles of hiking and backpacking.  And the producer of the series, Gail Lowe, has successfully completed five thru hikes, including the 2,181 mile Appalachian Trail (twice!- most recently in 2011) the 2,650 mile Pacific Crest Trail (2008), the 4,600 mile North Country Trail- (2014)- (only woman to hike the whole trail in one hiking season and hiked in memory of her Daughter, Rebecca Lyons)- the 3,100 mile Continental Divide Trail (2015), as well as many other treks.  This makes Gail the only woman Quadruple Crowner in the hiking world!

We want your hiking adventure to be fun and rewarding.  We cover everything you need to know to hike a mile or thousands of miles on the long distance trails.  So please review each video and see where you want to start.  And, to add incentive, we’ll offer a $10 discount if you purchase all three instructional backpacking videos at once.  You can either download any of the the videos in our “Amateur to Ace” series and  instantly watch or purchase hard copies of the DVDs and we’ll send them out within one to two business days!  Don’t put off your “adventure of a lifetime”!  Start planning your hike or trek now!  And, we hope you’ll let us play some small part in helping you accomplish your exciting goal by offering this backpacking instruction series.

Thank you for visiting.  Recommend us to a friend and stop back often!  Gail also offers presentations as a professional and motivational speaker, and is a budding author.  Contact her for a possible speaking engagement for your group!  It’s not to be missed!  She shares a passionate message about perseverance, hope, determination and the journey and adventure of life, as well as a stunning PowerPoint of her four major hikes! You will be amazed at what she has endured on trail and yet never quit! You will come away with a new outlook and excitement for the future!

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6 thoughts on “Backpacking, Hiking, Camping

    • Thank you so much for visiting! Best wishes on your PCT/ Oregon hike. Take the bug spray! 😉

  1. I am Gene from Kalamazoo, Mi. 2011 was the summer that by Border Collie Dakota and I hiked the entire Lake Superior Coastal Trail. Not sure if you’ve done this one or not. It is beautiful, demanding at times, so peaceful and of course a great adventure. If you haven’t tried it, give it a try if ever get the chance. Even portions of it are an experience, if you don’t have time for it all. Have to mention I am 67. Felt pretty proud of myself. Keep hiking and stay safe.

    • H Gene! I enjoyed reading your note. I am soooo happy every time I hear that seniors are out hiking! I hear good things about the LST, but have not done it. It’s on my bucket list though! 😉 I am also a big fan of dogs and think they make wonderful travel/ hiking companions. I know Dakota must have had a blast! Keep going, Gene!

  2. Just read your about Gail section….this is Gene from Kalamazoo, Mi. again. Yes, hiking the Lake Superior Coastal Trail was a lot better experience with my dog Dakota along for company. His little legs had to go at least twice as far as I did, with his checking out all the different smells along the trail. I was glad to hear you you had done the Michigan shore to shore trail, and Isle Royale. Aren’t they both great? Lots of good trails in Michigan to hike. Sleeping Bear National Lakeshore, which I’m sure you’re familiar with are going to adding more trails for hiking, and biking in the near future. If ever in that area, check some of them out. Keep hiking, and safe. Gene