ON THE LAND
Daughters of the Alliance
Women and Men from all cultures and races helping each other re-connect to the land to make our Spirits sing. Our adventures include beginner, intermediate and advance levels of snowshoeing in the winter and hiking in the spring and summer months.
Adventures will be lead by our very own Michelle Blackburn, who will guide you through the beautiful back country of Stake Lake.
Book your time today! Check our Yervana profile to find out more!
Your Adventure Awaits!
I am a Tahltan First Nations woman, and a descendent of the Crow clan and Eth Eni is thy great ancestor mother. Traditionally the Tahltan were nomadic, gathering at salmon runs in summer and dispersing to hunting territories in winter. I guess that ancestral spirit was born in me because I haven’t stopped exploring and finding healing when out in nature moving around in all seasons.
Being out of the trails since I was a young girl, I never failed to see that being outdoors, especially hiking, was enjoyed more by the more privileged in society. Unfortunately, there are historic and social barriers that made it feel this way.
The outdoors doesn’t only belong to all of us, but we can heal and thrive in it together, no matter level of experience or skills. Nature doesn’t discriminate and everyone should feel welcome to experience it.