Epic Social is dedicated to growing and giving back to the outdoor community. The more that we can help inspire to get people outdoors the better our day is. Here we will be highlighting organizations, companies, and people who are going above and beyond to help the outdoor community. Do you have a favorite organization or group that is giving back? We would love to hear about them!
Organizations we support.
Gear Forward’s goal is to provide the next generation of stewards, adventurers, Scoutmasters and Girl Scout Leaders the resources they need to get outdoors.
No child should be denied access adventures because they don’t have the necessary equipment.Through the collection of gently used outdoor gear, Gear Forward will work with other worthwhile youth and outdoor focused organizations to get donated gear into the hands that need it.
CORE is a motorized action group based out of Buena Vista, Colorado. CORE was founded to adopt and maintain roads/trails, to be an advocate for motorized access to our public lands and to bring user groups who utilize roads on public lands together to achieve these common goals.
CORE is currently working with the BLM and Forest on trail maintenance, we have adoption agreement in place for 10 trails in Chaffee and Lake Counties of Colorado. CORE has adopted these trails: Grizzly Lake, Pomeroy Lake, Hancock Lake, Hancock Pass, Tincup Pass, Slide Lake, Lost Canyon, Clohsey Lake, Champion Mill and South Halfmoon.
Outdoor Women’s Alliance® is a volunteer-run nonprofit media and adventure collective that engages, educates, and empowers females worldwide. Through the lens of human-powered adventure, we work to inspire confidence and leadership in women of all ages, believing that confident women have the power to build healthy communities and — quite literally — change the world.
Outdoor Women’s Alliance got its start in Salt Lake City, Utah in December of 2007 and is now worldwide, with team members across the globe. Major points of contact are in Salt Lake City, Utah; British Columbia, Canada; and Boulder, Colorado.
Register for the Six-Pack of Peaks Challenge here. As an official challenger, you are stating your commitment to hike the six peaks this season. Any hikes completed between January 1 and October 31 to qualify — even if you register after completing them. Once you’ve registered, you can log your hikes on the Six-Pack of Peaks Wall of Fame, sharing the story and pictures from your hikes.