by Diane Spicer
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A reasonable hiking pace depends on weather, terrain, conditioning, and equipment. Your hiking pace should change many times throughout a hike, but why?
Snowshoeing equals wintertime hiking! Strap on snowshoes and see the world in a whole new way using these resources and motivating reasons for snowshoeing.
Use Hiking For Her's snowshoeing gear guide to be ready for everything a winter trail can toss your way, in the best winter outdoor clothing and snowshoes.
Why winter hike? At least eightt reasons! See if you agree with Hiking For Her that winter hiking is a great way to extend your hiking season.
Every female hiker needs hygiene supplies, but the question is, which ones are the best for your skin and body? Hiking For Her shares which female hiker hygiene supplies to carry on your backpacking trip or day hike.
The best trail bars deliver a big hit of nutrition with a hefty dose of great taste and easy portability. Meet some trail bars that check all the boxes.
This review details why Gorewear for hikers deserves a close look for lightweight backcountry hiking plans.
Do you have a hiking survival kit? Not an emergency kit for first aid, but a few lightweight items that can help you survive an outdoors emergency. The correct answer for any hiker is YES!
Hiking navigation skills will keep you out of trouble during your outdoor adventures. But you'll need a few tips first on what to use to stay found.
Hiking trail maps: a universe of options! Use these free resources to get started down the trail using the best hiking maps.
Hiking back pain? If your back hurts during or after a hike, consider the variables involved in creating the pain, and make some changes in gear and technique.
Sleeping bags versus backpacking quilts: the pros, the cons, and some tips for choosing one over the other in your backpacking sleep system.
Solo hiking confidence allows a woman to hike alone without being overshadowed by doubt, fear, or anxiety. Find out how to get confident about hiking alone at Hiking For Her.
Sometimes it's a struggle to know what to buy for your favorite hikers. This Gift Guide For Hikers gives you options to keep them safe and happy.
Your hiking safety as a female hiker is not a matter of luck. Plan ahead, head off unsafe conditions when you can, react appropriately when things go wrong with these tips.
Do you experience sore feet after hiking? Try these eleven tips from Hiking For Her to make trail time more about fun than sore feet.
Hunting for a hiking gift made with sustainable materials? Look no further than this Sustainable Gifting Guide from Hiking For Her: packed with possibilities!
Satellite messengers buy peace of mind for not only you as you hike, but whoever is back at home wondering how you are. But do you need one? Hiking For Her outlines when it makes sense to carry a personal locator device, and when it doesn't.
Communication with the outside world on a hike or backpacking trip is a critical component of safe hiking. Let's take a close look at Bivy Stick for hikers.
Famous female hikers are hard to find. As in unicorn hard to find! But there have been a few female hikers recorded in history. Check out their claims to fame here.
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