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Hiking and sore calves go together, but there are some things you can do to minimize your sore muscles after a hike. Hiking For Her shares best tips for soreness.
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The best hiking hydration backpacks make water breaks a non-event, because you can sip water all day long from the reservoir. Do you need a hydration pack? Find out, and then select the best one.
You go hard on a hike, and might want to go hard the next day, too. Or at least not hobble around. These tips for recovery after hiking will help you deal with soreness and fatigue.
Best hiking boots review alert! If you are considering a new pair of women's hiking boots, read this first and find out why KEEN is a great option to consider.
Hiking with arthritic knees? Try a few of these tips to make trail time more enjoyable.
A spring hiking gear list takes the guesswork out of preparing for a hike in variable weather conditions. Break your list into 3 big chunks: comfort, safety and fun.
A hiking backpack will cover a lot of ground. Nine steps for selecting your perfect hiking backpack, from Hiking For Her.
Older hikers: welcome to the club! We're smart, trail savvy, and ready for the next challenge! Enjoy these tips on how to be an older hiker on the trail.
Ready for some fresh hiking news? Here it is, including a new trail in Oregon, resources for planning your trip to Sequoia or Kings Canyon, a new giveaway, timely tips on March gear sales using coupon codes, and lots more. Enjoy!
Animal tracking for hikers: are you fascinated by the animals living in the areas you hike through? Use these resources to explore new area of your hiking habit.
Safe hiking weather can't be ordered or changed, but you can keep an eye on it and know when to bail on your hiking plans with these smart hiking tips.
Hiking self care: what to do when you get off the trail so you can get back on the next day, or next week, in comfort and safety! These are the best tips Hiking For Her has to offer you, based on decades of trail experience.
Ankle injury prevention for hikers: supportive foot wear and trail smarts work together to keep hikers away from sprains and strains, but you can do even more to protect your ankles from hiking injuries with these Hiking For Her tips.
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.
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