by Diane Spicer
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This beginner gear guide is written to solve 2 problems you have as a hiker just beginning your hiking career. Take a peek!
Active clothing for hiking is built to a different standard than clothing you wear around the house. Active clothing tips from Hiking For Her right here!
Are you ready for a jam packed collection of hiking resources and tools you can use right now?
The May free newsletter is available, and takes you from soothing sounds to amusing photos to tool you can use to plan future backpacking and camping menus.
Plus giveaways, deals and links to reviews and gear guides. Wow!
Weight, flavor, cost and nutrition are the main issues to consider when reviewing backpacking food ideas. All of them are covered here for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks.
What to wear hiking: every woman faces this when planning to hit the trail. Choose the best clothing for your next hike and look good in your hiking attire!
Packing a backpack before you head on down the trail is not as easy as you might think. How to pack a hiking backpack requires thoughtful attention to your spine and the punishing rules of gravity.
Looking for the best hiking hygiene tips as a female hiker? We all want to feel clean, comfortable and confident during a hike. Here's how to achieve those 3 C's.
In a perfect world, the best womens hiking shorts cover your assets, allow free leg and hip movements, and stand up to trail grime. Meet a few contenders for the best hiking shorts.
You need the best hot weather hiking tips when you head into the warmer months of the year, or when you try out a new, much warmer, hiking location. Be prepared.
Hiking hygiene for women on the trail can be tricky. Wondering how to handle your body fluids on the trail? Read this for some practical hiking hygiene tips.
Start out strong with the best beginner backpacking tips, all in one place for you from Hiking For Her. Dig in, plan your trip, and relax knowing that you've got everything you need.
Hiking For Her offers this Mozy review to introduce you to a new way to stay both warm and mobile in the outdoors: a wearable lightweight thermal blanket.
If you're a fan of getting wet, you will love rainy day hiking. If not, you need these tips from Hiking For Her on how to stay dry on a rain hike.
Hiking For Her's Tenacious Tape tips go a long way toward keeping your next hiking trip worry free. Use it to fix and repair a wide range of hiking gear issues.
Putting together your hiking rain gear system? Or upgrading your current weather proofing approach? Read these hiking rain gear tips first.
This month's free newsletter is jammed full of ways I've gathered to inspire you, to amuse and distract you, and to encourage you to begin planning for adventures.
Please enjoy all that it has to offer, including links to free courses, great deals with coupons, and more!
Backpacking essentials for beginners start with a backpack, right? But there's way more to a successful backpacking trip than that. Here's an overview to get you started.
The best backpacking rice is inexpensive, lightweight and cooks fast, right? Not so fast, dear backpacker. There are other things to consider as you make a great rice choice.
Womens hiking hats, caps, bandannas, and headbands - so many choices to protect your head from the weather and ultraviolet radiation! How to choose the best hats and headwear for the hiking trail, coming right up from Hiking For Her.
Hiking motivation comes from many sources. Three types of hikers show you how to hit your objectives, and motivate other hikers, on the trail.
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Diane is the founder of Hiking For Her.
She's been on a hiking trail somewhere in the world for 5+ decades & loves to share her best hiking tips right here.
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