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Pharmaca is a company with many ways to serve the hiking community. Let Hiking For Her enumerate the ways products from Pharmaca for hikers can offer you happy trails, plus faster recovery time between hikes.
Group hiking trips offer you convenience, safety in numbers, a predictable experience, and reviews from previous hikers. But there are a few tricks for booking the best group hiking trips, and Hiking For Her shares them here.
Use these dayhiking tips for choosing the best hiking footwear, clothing and trail food before you get started on your hike. Experience year round safety and comfort on the trail and shorten your learning curve with Hiking For Her trustworthy hiking tips!
When does a Cairn outdoor subscription box make sense for a hiker to consider signing up for? Depending upon the type of hiker (or gift giver) you are, there are several reasons for taking a look at this hiking service. Hiking For Her explores them all.
Do you ever wonder if swollen feet after hiking is something every hiker deals with, or just lucky you? What can you do about it? Find out at Hiking For Her, along with some trail tips for dealing with your sore, swollen feet after a hike.
Looking for the best warm weather extended size hiking clothes for women? Look no further! Here are some great options to keep cool and protected on those summer hikes.
A long day on the trail requires good nutrition and tasty dayhike foods. Need some ideas for the best day hike foods to keep you fueled? Hiking For Her can help you get started.?
Personal locator beacons are slick little devices that can give you peace of mind when you're on the trail. But do you need one? And if so, which is the best personal locator beacon for your style of hiking? Let's go through your options, plus some Hiking For Her tips.
Hikers put their feet through brutal treatment, crammed into sweaty boots and sweatier socks. Along comes the Colorado Aromatics Foot Butter Review to answer the question: can this soothing emollient cream be a hiker's best friend?
When the world seems chaotic and unhappy, you know what to do. Go hiking! This month's free newsletter gives you several ways to keep your trails happy, including a radical spork re-design, two giveaways you can enter, a way to make your hiking gear purchases work extra hard for happy trails, and an invitation to join the Over Forty Hiker community. Wow!
Wouldn't it be nice to find a safe, welcoming basecamp where you could talk about your hikes and trade trail wisdom with other mature female hikers? You've found it! The Over Forty Hiker community is waiting for your input, as we build a unique and friendly network together.
Do you notice swollen fingers after hiking? Maybe even during your hike? Here's how to tell when it's normal (or not), and what you can do when your hands and fingers swell while hiking.
What is your falling tree risk on a trail? It depends on several factors. Know before you go, with these safety tips to minimize falling tree risk on your next hike.
When mountain goats and hikers share the trail, the best safety tips keep everyone calm and protected. Hiking For Her shares what you need to know when you spot a mountain goat during your hike.
This Jelt review from Hiking For Her will show you lots of ways this unique belt can be pressed into service on the trail. What you do with it after that is up to you: jeans, travel pants, bathrobe are just a few ideas.
With hiking nutrition, the bottom line is food = fuel. You need the best hiking nutrition tips to keep you fueled and satisfied on the trail, and Hiking For Her cooks 'em up for you! based on scientific facts and trail tested experience
Sports bras for hiking must give you support and comfort, but don't forget moisture wicking and fast drying fabric, odor control, coverage and so much more!
Backpacking food ABCs are a fun way to put a little zip in your backpacking menus. Hiking For Her makes it as easy as ... well, you know! Let's dig into the best backpacking food tips for your next hiking trip, so when you dig in for real, it'll be tasty, filling, and wow.
Another edition of Hiking For Her's free monthly newsletter is available today. Catch up on three gear companies making a difference, fun giveaways, the latest gear reviews, and lots of trail tips to keep you warm and comfortable on your hikes.
Looking for women's snowshoes? Hiking For Her's MSR snowshoe review puts the Revo Ascent in front of you and explains why these might -or might not- work for your winter hiking plans.
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