Changing the face of leadership in the outdoor industry.
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Together we build confidence and community through adventure.
The Lady Alliance would like to acknowledge with respect that our headquarters are located on the unceded territories of the Lək̓ʷəŋən People, known today as the Esquimalt and Songhees Nations.
The Lady Alliance is an inclusive foundation, supporting women+, nonbinary adventurers and allies in the outdoors. “Women+” is an inclusive term which the Society uses to recognize different identifies pertaining to the societally defined gender spectrum, including all those that see themselves as women or nonbinary individuals, as well as those exploring gender identity and who feel safety and solace within our community; this can include, but is not limited to: transwomen, femmes, 2-spirited people, genderfluid people, gender non-confirming people, nonbinary people, cis women, transmen, cis-adjacent individuals, and anyone who identifies with our community in a way that is significant to them.
Your home base for adventure education.
Free to donation based courses for you to enjoy!
From Bear Safety to Layering, Beacon Rescue and Mini Wilderness First Aid courses our University is full of course content to help prepare you for your next adventure!
Our mission is to make the world a better, more inclusive place, one adventure and adventurer at a time.
Creating a more inclusive outdoor industry requires diverse leadership and inviting, safe and fun communities full of adventure and experience. The Lady Alliance is creating both.
Each local chapter provides fun free monthly events providing the opportunity to meet with other local adventurers in your area.
And thanks to our sponsors, we provide scholarships that are helping change the face of leadership in the outdoors. From AST 1 courses to full hiking guide certifications we are growing our scholarship opportunities to help the BIPOC, LGBTQ2S+, non-binary and female leaders excel in the backcountry.
Because everyone should have the opportunity to experience education in the outdoors.