by Diane Spicer
The best hiking information is sometimes hard to find, even with our lightning fast technology.
If you've been searching and searching for an answer to your specific hiking question(s), or can't find a solid, detailed explanation to satisfy your quest for the best hiking information that applies to you as a hiker, have I got a deal for you!
Fill out this simple form to give me feedback on your preferred general topics for more hiking tips and recommendations.
I'll research and craft an article to satisfy your curiosity about hiking gear, outdoor skills, what to wear hiking, how to stay safe on a hiking trail - anything you've got on your mind.
This website has a lot of trustworthy hiking tips, hundreds of pages of the best hiking information for you to enjoy!
But how will you know when the answer to your exact hiking question, or fresh information on your suggested trail topic, has been added?
You have 4 options for staying up to date.
The Hiking For Her RSS feed signup is available on the navigation panel.
It shows the 2 most recent articles I've posted, and also gives you an option for signing up for the RSS feed - sort of your own personal newspaper to stay up on all the newest hiking tips.
This is the fastest method of staying current.
Every month, year round, Hiking For Her publishes the free Happy Trails newsletter.
One feature is a list of the newest articles on this website. It's a fast, easy way to zoom in on the answers to your burning hiking questions!
The newsletter sign up box is available at the top of every page on this website.
Or you can sign up right in the form above, near the bottom.
While you wait for the newest edition, you can access all of the back issues of Happy Trails here.
If you're on the hunt for the best hiking gear along with great discounts, coupon codes and sales, PLUS the freshest hiking tips available on Hiking For Her, sign up for a short email from Hiking For Her which arrives every Tuesday morning year round in your inbox.
Just as with the newsletter, your email address is used only to send you this weekly update, and you can unsubscribe with one click at any time.
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If you're wondering whether I've created new articles on the topics and questions you sent in your form, and you don't want to try those 3 methods of staying current, just drop me a line here.
If I'm not out on the trail testing gear or gathering fresh hiking tips, I'll get right back to you!
This website was started in 2008 as a way to get more women comfortable on hiking trails around the globe.
Too often as women we're told that what we want to do (like have a hiking adventure) is too hard, too unsafe, or beyond our abilities.
So dip into this hiking resource and know that with every word I write, I am fully supporting your desire to be a hiker.
That's why I need to hear from you.
What are you wondering about that I haven't shared already?
Having your suggestions on the hiking information you want to read about makes me smile, because I know that I'm giving you exactly what you need to succeed on the trail.
I envision this quite literally for you:
Thanks for taking time to connect!
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About the author
Diane is the founder of Hiking For Her.
She’s been on a hiking trail somewhere in the world for nearly five decades & loves to share her best hiking tips right here.
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Photo credits: All photos on this website were taken by David Midkiff or Diane Spicer except where noted.
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