by Diane Spicer
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Hiking toe problems? Take a look at the messages you get from them: swelling, hot spots, blisters, nail problems, calluses, itchiness, odors and more.
Time for some hiking news to whet your appetite for the trails. This month's newsletter introduces you to an intrepid winter hiker, gives you resources for dreaming and scheming about your next hiking trip, and lots more!
Hiking For Her's best dayhiking tips book will give you exactly what you need to know to hit the trail. Let this information be your guide to satisfying and safe hiking! Trail veterans and beginners, and everyone in between, will find trustworthy hiking tips to use.
Choosing your best hiking rain gear is a critical factor in your safety and comfort. Need some advice? Hiking For Her is a veteran of decades of rainy hiking trails, and has plenty of great tips on choosing the best womens hiking rain gear.
The best athletic clothing for women hikers has come a long way in the last 20 years. Moisture wicking, thermoregulating high performance fabrics are the way to go while you hike.
Hiking nutrition tips don't have to be boring! If you want to stay fueled and satisfied on the trail, find out how to eat right for hiking.
REI Adventures for hikers. Do you like the sound of that? They do all the work, you show up and enjoy an adventure. Hiking For Her explains how to choose the best.
Do your eyes glaze over when you look at the hundreds of options for the best daypack? Use these tips for picking the best outdoor pack for a day hike, Hiking For Her style, and know that you've made the right decision about this important hiking gear.
The best hiker wallets are small, lightweight, secure and have a clip on feature for securing it inside your backpack. Read about the top choices before you buy.
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 rather than an adventure.
Aging hikers are converting muscle into fat simply because they're aging (not fair, but true). Keep hiking into your golden years to hang onto your muscle strength.
Hiking inflammation happens to all hikers. Learn how to deal with sore muscles, swollen fingers and feet. toes that ache and more hiking woes.
The best adjustable hiking gear accommodates your clothing layering, your changing body dimensions, and your preferences. Let's take a look at putting great adjustable hiking gear to work for you, one customizable option at at time.
These warm feet hiking tips from Hiking For Her will keep your most important asset, your hard working hiking feet, in top condition on cold weather hikes.
The best snowshoeing safety begins before you strap on your shoes. Use these tips for a safe and enjoyable snowshoe hike no matter where you roam in the winter.
Wondering where you can meet 32 seasoned female hikers? In this Walk, Hike, Saunter book review. Get into the head space of women who don't slow down when birthdays happen.
What's the best way to avoid frostbite on a winter hike or snowshoeing adventure? Use the best frostbite prevention tips! Get started here.
Winter hiking tips can extend your hiking season and take you safely into cold weather hiking conditions. But you've got to be prepared. Enjoy these winter hike tips plus a useful infographic.
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All the freshest hiking news for November is now available in Happy Trails, the free monthly newsletter from Hiking For Her. Grab a copy here!
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