These 5 adventure women are living the dream and taking us along on Instagram

All of these women are following their passion, from spearfishing to seeing the world via Sprinter van.

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Individually, their accomplishments are impressive, but they all share a zest for life that’s landed them on this list.

@tatummonod

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Professional skier Tatum Monod charges hard and looks amazing doing it.

The native Canadian comes from a long line of skiers and worked at her parents’ ski shop in Banff, Alberta. Now she is racking up accolades left and right for her abilities on the slopes.

@DirtbagDarling

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Johnie Gall lives in a van down by the river (or down by the mountains … or wherever the wind blows her). She is a writer (for GrindTV no less), standup paddler, runner and all-around badass.

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She was one of the original adventure women and inspires others to get outside.

@PatBailey

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Cyclist, yogi and all-around thrill-seeker Pat Bailey can’t be pigeonholed into one category.

She practices yoga in her bike Spandex and presents a pretty strong case for mastering your breath to help your stamina.

@valentinethomas

Valentine Thomas’ nickname is, appropriately, “The Spearfishing Huntress.”

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She has a passion for diving and catching her own food, which she calls the ultimate in sustainable eating. She’s really great at what she does.

@theseakin

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Lauren Hill is a surfer, storyteller and Instagram artist, if there is such a thing.

She travels the world to raise awareness for ocean activism. She’s way more than just a pretty face: Her ideas on gender inequality in the surf industry are definitely worth a read.