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A male hiking partner can be a mixed blessing for a female hiker. Find out why from a seasoned trail veteran of mixed gender backpacking trips.
Hiking groups are a great idea if you're a social animal. But be sure it's a good match for you, or trail time will become a burden.
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Did you know that many medical journals report hiking research results but don't call it that? Look here for summaries of hiking research that can benefit your trail time..
Hiking questions: what are you wondering about? Send me your questions, and I'll send you answers! Good deal, right?
This Thousand-Miler book review is aimed squarely at you if the Ice Age Trail is whispering to your hiking boots. Follow one woman on a quest to hike a thousand miles in 5 weeks.
Rocky Mt Spotted Fever and tick bites are one more thing to put on your hiking radar. Prevention is the key, and these tips will help keep you out of danger from tick borne illness.
Doing an overnight hike? Overnight hiking food can be as elaborate or as minimalist as you want it to be, with these ideas.
Tick bites and Lyme Disease are both avoidable. Here's what hikers need to know to stay safe during tick season.
Hike-in lodges are a great option if you want to dayhike plus enjoy some amenities.
Lightning safety for hikers involves knowing how to avoid the problem, or how to minimize your exposure to the dangers of lightning. Use these survival tips to keep yourself safe in the outdoors.
Easy backpacking recipes can run the gamut from "add hot water and stir" to "set up a backwoods kitchen and get cookin!" Either way, you're going to need some easy backpacking recipes.
Hiking movies can motivate and educate you before you set off into the wilds for day hiking and backpacking. Need some recommendations? Best hiking movie recommendations coming right up for you.
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Use these dayhiking tips for choosing the best hiking footwear, clothing and trail food. Experience year round safety and comfort on the trail by choosing the best hiking clothing and gear.
These dayhike food safety tips will keep your hiking food safe to eat even in soaring temperatures on the trail.
Female hiker hygiene is really important on a backpacking trip. Use these personal hygiene tips for women hikers to stay clean and comfortable on the trail.
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