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Hiking boot care: it's a pain to spend time maintaining your boots, but it's also a pain when they fail on a hike. These tips make it relatively painless to keep your boots in top shape.
The April 2017 free monthly newsletter is ready for you today! Lots of tips on staying safe and keeping your hiking gear dry on the trail, two fascinating outdoors women for you to meet, a chance to win a pair of ArmaSkin anti-blister hiking socks, and so much more. Grab your copy right here!
Have you tried Hiking For Her's Trail Mix yet? The May 2017 issue is packed full of hiking tips to keep you safe and comfortable during your next hike. Read about the difference between survival and emergency gear, how to handle dehydration and pulled muscles, how to eat for energy on the trail, and lots more! Plus a chance to win the items mentioned in this month's articles! $2.99 for 40+ pages packed with hiking goodness. Try it today!
Hiking tent reviews should provide enough detail for you to make an informed purchasing decision. That's why this MSR Hubba Hubba review gives you plenty of details!
The May 2017 Trail Mix Monthly Hiking Digest is brimming with tips for planning, enjoying, and recovering from your next hike. Dip into this Trail Mix today!
This Hydroflask gear review takes a look at a 16 ounce wide mouth bottle for carrying hot beverages on a cold weather hike. How did it perform? Find out here!
This Armaskin sock review focuses on the unique features that set this hiking sock apart from traditional liner socks for hikers.
Women of a certain age are wondering how to cope while hiking with hot flashes. If that's you, you need to read these hiking trail tips for staying cool when you're boiling inside.
Share your hike here, in words and pictures, for all of us hikers to enjoy.
Backpacking tent reviews should be written by people who backpack. Not always the case, however. Be sure you're getting your hiking information from reliable sources like this one.
Drinking a cup of the best backpacking tea after a long day on the trail makes sense for six reasons. Find out which tea you should bring on your next hiking trip.
In a perfect world, the best womens hiking shorts cover your assets, allow free leg and hip movements and stand up to trail grime. Meet a few contenders for the best warm weather hiking shorts.
This hiking bugnet review tells the story of how I went to ANWR (above the Arctic Circle) and survived, using this bug net.
This Snowlizard SLXTREME waterproof case review asks and answers the question "Do you need this iPhone case on your next hike?"
Hiking motivation comes from many sources. These three types of hikers give you some hints about hitting your objectives, and motivating others, on the trail.
Social hiking combines two great activities: time with friends and loved ones, and exploring the great outdoors. Don't have a hiking group yet? Use these tips to find one.
A backpack manufacturer list is the place to start your quest for reputable outdoor gear makers. Which backpack manufacturer makes the perfect pack for you? Find out here.
Hiking photography is both an art and a science, best learned over time. These resources will get you started capturing your hiking memories.
The impact of the outdoors on your well being is profound. But what is your impact on the outdoors? Keep it minimal with these Leave No Trace Hiking tips.
A female hiking partner is also known as a good trail buddy, someone who is evenly matched with your skill level and expectations. Use these tips to find her for your hiking adventures this season.
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