by Diane Spicer
Are you looking for the best hiking infographics?
Well, what do you know?
You found some!
These visual summaries of tips you can use on your next hike are fun to look at, and make a great resource when you pin them to your Pinterest boards.
Hiking For Her has gathered together all of the infographics on this website, and organized them into categories for you, right here on this page.
Each infographic links to a Hiking For Her page overflowing with tips and trail wisdom.
Hiking nutrition starts with figuring out what to eat on a hike, and takes you through all of the ways food is your ally as a hiker.
As an endurance athlete a.k.a. as a hiker, you need the right fuel in the right amounts, whether you're on a day hike or tackling a multiday backpacking trip.
These infographics give you the basics.
Click on each one to find detailed tips you can use for planning your next outdoor adventure!
When you choose food to toss into your backpack, make sure every calorie counts toward giving you energy, endurance, and the ability to tackle elevation gains.
Every hiker's body has a unique biochemical profile, so keep track of what works best for you, and don't be afraid to mix things up now and then to see if you can get even more energy for the trail from what you're eating.
Here's an example of fast, easy to use backpacking food ideas, featuring the letter H (shades of Sesame Street!).
To get more ABCs on unique and nutritious backpacking food, click the infographic.
Tweak your mood with your hiking food!
See if you've ever experienced these issues on the trail, and try the tips to feel your best on a hike.
Clicking on the infographic will take you to a universe of hiking food tips.
Some food makes a great dayhike lunch, with no worries about it spoiling before you reach your intended lunch spot.
Other foods, like mayonnaise and meat, could pose a problem for a dayhiker.
These tips help you plan a safe day hike lunch.
A lightning storm is nothing you ever want to hike in.
But if you're caught out in a thunderstorm, knowing what to do is vital to your safety as a hiker.
This infographic details how to deal with the boom and flash.
Crawly, blood sucking annoyance - and potential health hazard.
These tick safety tips help you keep yourself and your trail companions safe.
Worried about falling on a hike? It's normal to doubt your footing sometimes. These tips will help you stay upright on the trail.
Don't let cold weather stop you from hitting the trail.
We all suffer from the cold on a hike, but there are things you can do to take good care of yourself when the trail is chilly.
For some of us, it's cold hands that are a potential deal breaker.
Let's arm you with some solid tips to prevent cold hands as a hiker.
For other female hikers, cold feet are the worst thing imaginable!
Let's flip that around by sharing these tips to keep your feet toasty and happy inside your hiking boots.
Don't be a victim of cold temperature hazards like frozen fingers or toes.
Be a smart, prepared hiker with these frostbite prevention tips when you head out into cold weather.
We all start as beginners, and on every hike we build on a hopefully solid foundation until we are confident and smart women hikers.
You can start building that foundation with Hiking For Her's essential beginner hiking tips.
Beginner day hikers need lots of tips to shorten up the learning curve.
Here are five more important hiking tips so you can enjoy your hike.
Here's a hot topic: what to wear on a hike.
Cute hiking outfits and high performance hiking clothing can be one and the same thing, if you know what to look for when you shop for athletic and outdoor clothes.
These tips will get you started, and this infographic takes you to lots more information!
And every hiker eventually comes to realize that dressing in layers is the best way to stay comfortable, regardless of what Mother Nature has in store.
This is a nice summary of a hiking clothing layering system.
Not sure what hiking boot lingo means?
This infographic on the difference between hiking boots, winter boots, and winter hiking boots will help.
Hikers hike for sheer enjoyment.
Yet we reap lots of benefits by hitting the trail.
This infographic sums it up, with answers to the question you might have gotten already from non-hikers: why hike?
And it takes you to an entire page of additional information about why hiking is a smart move at any age.
And don't you love these words of wisdom from Hiking For Her's Over Forty Hiker Community?
Build a weekly routine that pays huge benefits on the trail in terms of strength, flexibility, and endurance.
Shorten the amount of time you spend limping around on stiff, sore legs after a hike with these tips.
Take care of your feet, no matter what. They carry you to and from the trailhead, go mile after mile to accomplish your hiking goals, and usually don't complain much.
These tips will keep them happy.
It's fun to create these infographics, and when time permits, more of them will be added to this page.
Bookmark, and check back!
Best Hiking Infographics For Happy Trail Time