by Diane Spicer
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The best current deals for hikers can be elusive, or confusing.
Why spend your own time searching for how to save the most time and money as a hiker?
Let Hiking For Her do it for you!
Visit this page every week, or whenever you're looking for something in particular to make your gear list or vacation plans complete.
It's a smorgasbord of the best current deals for hikers, updated and organized just for you, under the umbrella of saving you time and money.
You'll see the best current hiking deals on everything related to your outdoor time, including:
And whatever else I notice that can save you time, money, or both.
But it's going to be time or quantity limited offers, so you'll have to take action quickly to score the best hiking deals.
And you might have to accept your second favorite color for a hiking jacket, because that's all that is in stock at the moment.
But remember the mantra:
Save time and money.
Your gear list and budget will be in great shape if you bookmark this page on outdoor gear deals and check back often.
Why am I adding another resource to over 700 pages of Hiking For Her?
I am doing this to help you, dear hiker.
There are so many juicy best current deals for hikers out there, waiting for your eyes.
And they land in my inbox every day. Why not share them with you?
Some of the links will take you to affiliates, meaning I may receive a small percentage of your purchase price without costing you anything extra. It helps keep the electrons humming on Hiking For Her, and is deeply appreciated.
You may already get emails that tell you "hey, REI is having a big sale, shop now."
This page is going to dig deeper, a lot deeper, to fend off inflation as you score the best deals that can be found in Hiking World.
That means the content of this page will change every week, maybe even daily.
That is the whole point.
Will I share junk?
Stupid or useless stuff?
Anything I don't/won't use myself?
Absolutely not! That's not how Hiking For Her rolls (although I see a lot of that kind of nonsense on other websites).
I will share my favorite brands and outdoor companies with you, the ones with great customer policies and a proven track record of quality brands.
And I'll share small businesses and organizations that you may not have run across before, but are providing outstanding value and learning opportunities to our hiking community.
One more thing: I will try hard to keep this discount hiking page up to date, but please give me a bit of leeway if a link takes you to the full price item. It's tough to keep up with the electrons ;)
Now dig into the best current deals for hikers!
Here are two of my gift guides for hikers that are organized according to price points:
Got some adventure plans coming up? See all of the current backpacking gear deals from REI Co-op here.
See all the member deals on outdoor clothing and gear here.
Now is the time to clear the decks, so check out the REI Clearance page, with up to 70% off for a limited time.
And if that's not enough savings for you, check out their handpicked deals, with savings up to 60%.
Backcountry is always the place to find great deals, check them out!
Save up to 40% on tech fleece now - 2/18 (ends 11:59pm MST).
Ever hear of GearTrade? It's the place to buy and sell outdoor gear. All the details are here. Really steep discounts on name brands!
Sometimes it's cost effective and just plain faster to let someone else plan your trip and get you set up for a successful outdoor short adventure.
REI offers weekend tours and trips throughout the U.S., and some of them hit the sweet spots for a hiker: Yosemite, Lassen, Great Smoky Mountains, PCT... you get the idea!
All the money saving deals for every type of trip are located for you here.
And maybe this is the year to visit a U.S. National Park (or 2, or 3...).
Save 10% when you buy 8 or more backpacking meals, 10 or more snacks, and 10 or more energy drinks from trusted brands at REI: Backpacker's Pantry, AlpineAire, Good To-Go and more.
'Cause you're going to need a lot of fuel for backpacking trips and bunches of dayhikes, right? This food stores for a long time, making it ideal for emergency supplies (power outages, etc.).
Here are some low cost virtual classes from REI Co-op, $99 or less (no need to be a member but you get a break on price for some of them).
Choose from these tempting outdoor topics:
This Women's Hiking Tour of Iceland webinar gives you a taste of what could be a fantastic hiking trip from 57Hours.
Here's a guided Iceland trip for women over 50 that you should consider if you love adventure travel.
Here are my top recommendations for the best gifts for hikers, things I give for special occasions and use myself on the trail:
Thanks for stopping by.
I hope you found at least one thing to enhance your next day hike or backpacking adventure, family camping trip or backyard nature time.
This page of best current deals for hikers
is going to change and grow all the time,
so bookmark it and check it often.
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