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PathWrangler Official Launch

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PathWrangler is proud to announce our official product launch.

Simply put PathWrangler makes building and storing experiences easier than ever before.

Let’s face it, planning an adventure trip or an outdoor excursion is like herding cats. It is maddening to get everyone and everything prepared. We’ve built a collaborative web tool that makes trip planning not only easy, but fun. The goal is empower you so that your only limitation is your imagination and sense of wonder. It is used just as easily by professional guides running recurring expeditions to the Himalayas to just a handful of avid outdoor enthusiasts planning their next hiking trip in Yosemite.

We take the conversation that normally occurs over emails, spreadsheets, PDFs, Word Docs, etc and puts it into a central place where your team/group interacts with each other from a single version of the truth. It is interactive, dynamic and a way to get everyone involved. After your trip, all that hard work turns into a wonderful trip report that stores those memories.

Who is giving us love for what we created for them?

Guides and Adventure Operators love us because we make their businesses run better. We significantly cut down on their office work and help them to build deeper bonds with their clients prior to the trip. Customization, trip changes, queries from customers, eye-candy quality presentation of trip itineraries, recommended gear fulfillment, packing lists, logistical support and sharing “beta” or information with other guides is not the daunting task it once was.

Travelers and Outdoor Enthusiasts love us because we provide a great way for them to interact with their adventure providers on their trips. There is always a conversation from the time a traveler signs up for a trip to the time they are ready to leave. We make that conversation easy and way more fun. We also provide them a way to organize their non-commercial trips with friends and family as well. It is far easier to herd the cats get everyone organized and out exploring.


Chad, a client on an expedition in Nepal: “PathWrangler was a terrific tool for our group in preparing for an expedition to Nepal this year. Having the capability to have our itinerary, gear list, and discussion boards all in one place made the planning and packing process much easier than constantly changing lists and e-mail chains that we are used to when planning these trips. Being able to access all the information in one place made packing and gear checks simple and easy. In addition, being able to buy gear straight from the site made getting last minute gear items and supplies much easier. I would recommend PathWrangler for any group, whether you are going on a month long international expedition, or a weekend hike in the mountains. It’s a great tool.”


PathWrangler has loftier goals.  We seek to open the world through collaboration and make it more accessible to people that want to explore it in a personal way.

EXPRESSION Individuals seek adventures and pursue activities that express themselves in a unique way. We aim to provide the best platform so that they can do so.

EMPOWER We seek to provide the best way for anyone from large companies, individual guides, small operators, local partners, outfitters, professional adventurers and weekend warriors to collaborate with each other in a deeper and more meaningful way than ever before. We aim to empower businesses to operate better and develop deeper relationships with their clients and partners. We empower individuals to apply their valuable time on their adventures by making collaboration more meaningful and relevant to them.

SUSTAINABILITY Local entrepreneurs who’ve built adventure companies around the world are a unique bunch. We aim to give them an economical way to support and improve their local businesses so they can provide a source of employment in their area of influence, while also encouraging sustainable behaviors on the part of local people and travelers.


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