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Sports Travel Adventure Therapy exists to support women in their physical, emotional, and spiritual growth.

Why We Travel

Since 1995,  STAT has facilitated life-changing experiences for more than 300 women.

“All the things we learned on the climbs became a metaphor for life: when you’re on a ridge, you look out, not down. In life, you look forward.” —Marjorie K., STAT traveler

Meet Erin

Erin Leider-Pariser began her wellness career as a fitness instructor in Los Angeles and trainer to the stars in New York City. She earned a master’s degree in exercise physiology at Columbia University, and a few years later, inspired by trips she arranged for women friends, launched Sport Travel Adventure Therapy (STAT).

For the past 25 years, Erin has led STAT trips around the world and looks forward to all the adventures to come.

SPRING, 2022:

From Kathmandu to the foothills of Mt Everest, we will be visiting lamas, monasteries, holy lakes, and small villages while hiking through amazing nature staring at the most magical mountains…


12 Days of exploring the Andes mountains, trekking to villages up and down the Moon Valley, swimming in mountain lakes, and of course, tasting delicious local cuisine. We will begin our journey in La Paz and go to majestic natural sites like the famous Uyuni Salt Flats, one of the most serene places in the world.

Past Adventures

Erin brings us to some of the world’s most spectacular natural wonders with tales of hikes along Spain’s ancient Camino de Santiago trail, horseback rides along muddy trails in Ecuador, treks across rice patties in Cambodia, rugged climbs beside waterfalls in New Zealand, and mountaineering hikes up the moss-covered Kii slopes of Japan. On each trip, her travelers pushed their physical boundaries, bonded through ancient ceremonies, gave back to the places they visited through philanthropy, and learned more about themselves than they ever imagined they could