Category: Nature

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The biggest hiking mistakes

When you first get into hiking for a hobby, you will no doubt make some mistakes along the way. With experience comes knowledge. However, with a few tips, you save yourself some of the frustration during the early period.   Appropriate Attire There are a number of things to consider when choosing your hiking wardrobe. Cotton and denim wick moisture… Read more →

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Tips for New Hikers

We live in an age of infrequent physical activity and fixation on the many screens in our personal orbits. Hiking offers liberation from this lifestyle. It’s healthful and emotionally therapeutic, and it’s a fantastic way to connect with the natural beauty existent just outside (or even within) one’s city or town. Before taking up hiking as a new hobby, we’ll… Read more →

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Give your next hike a tech boost with these helpful apps

Mobile apps have become the way of the future for a variety of industries and communities, and the hiking world is no different. Though many hikers venture into the wilderness to escape technology, the reality is that there are now several apps designed to supplement the experience without becoming too distracting.   If you are ready to give your next… Read more →

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Surviving a rattlesnake bite

Rattlesnakes are among the most dangerous animals you can encounter during a hike. These creatures, while incredibly reclusive, balance their timidness with a highly venomous bite that can quickly spell the end for those caught in its embrace. There are roughly 8,000 venomous snake bites each year in United States, and if you find yourself in such a scenario, time… Read more →

3 WaterFall Trails You Must Hike in the U.S.

  Havasupai Trail Classified as a moderately difficult hike to both Supai, Arizona and Havasu Falls, this trail can also be traveled by horseback or a specialty mule service which offers the option to bring down more personal items. Havasu and Mooney Falls (both of which have been widely photographed) are also key sights on this journey, along with Beaver… Read more →

How to Hike the Pacific Crest Trail

  The Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) is a beast that stretches 2,650 miles from Mexico to Canada offering hikers stunning views along the Sierra and Cascade mountain ranges. The trail challenges hikers with almost 60 mountain passes and six different ecozones; it takes most people about five months to complete in a thru-hike, hiking the whole trail along the West… Read more →