At the intersection of adventure, sport, and creativity; HiHeyHello is a print magazine celebrating women’s outdoor culture. A new era of women are adventuring outside with a fresh attitude, new style, and the desire for increased inclusion and accessibility. No longer are we adhering to or tolerating outdated stereotypes of who and how we belong in the outdoors.
The content includes adventure stories, profiles, coverage of food, gear, art, environmental & social issues, and outdoor culture. It covers outdoor experiences ranging from surfing to rock-climbing, snowboarding to bike-packing, mountaineering to backyard-hikes and everything in between.
Action photographer and creative powerhouse, Katie Lozancich, reflects on building her dream job. Ever thought about becoming an outdoor guide? Rachel Ross offers up a few considerations. Samina Ahmed shares her poignant story of finding her place through rock climbing after years of dislocation. Bikepacking curious? Meet cover-girl Rie Sawada who shares her sunny energy and a go-to packing list. Emily Hopican introduces us to Kopal Goyal, whose work is inspiring a new generation of Indian girls through outdoor and action sports, Zoe Greenhouse searches for the missing piece of her life while thru-hiking, and so much more.
Latina photographer Sofia Jaramillo speaks about her inspiring community in Jackson Hole and her desire to lift-up BIPOC women athletes and photographers. Cassie Hidalgo, the owner of Gladys Bikes, talks about what it means to be an inclusive bike shop (during a global pandemic!) Anya Miller asks, “What does keeping up even mean?” in her beautifully written story about life, mountain biking, and the decision to wait or move forward. Roller Derby queen, Daisy Purdy, roller-skated 2,000 miles, from the Navajo Nation to the Cherokee Nation, to raise money and awareness around Indigenous health. There’s also some rad skateboarding crews from around the world, seasonal recipes, and much more.
Cover: Cassie Hidalgo of Gladys Bikes in Portland, OR.
Shares a photo series re-imagining American surf history with Black women surfers. Adventure cyclist Lael Wilcox shares why she rides and legendary Nat Geo photo editor Sadie Quarrier discusses risk and what it takes to find the “gold frame.” Chelsea Murphy leads anti-racism efforts in her small mountain town and ultra-runner Jonnah Perkins dissects her unconventional life as an athlete, farmer, and mother..plus so much more. At 94 pages of content, this issue is massive and full of stories and images.
Cover: Surfer Chelsea Woody, photographed by Gabriella Angotti-Jones. Produced by the Gnar Gnar Honeys.