by Diane Spicer
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Want to sample some small but mighty hiking gear and trail food companies? Read this Garage Grown Gear review and meet some great choices for your hiking plans.
This REI womens rain pants review gives you all the facts you need before you select the bottom half of your next rain gear system!
This hiker pulled on a pair of stretchy tights and then wrote this Title Nine Power Stretch Tights review to point out the merits and drawbacks for you!
Used outdoor gear is great for trying new brands, saving money better spent elsewhere, and learning the sport of hiking. But where to find the best used outdoor gear is a sport all its own!
A hiking clothing layering system sounds more complicated than it really is, but there's a method to the madness. Read why you need layers of hiking clothes in your bag of tricks as a seasoned hiker.
This Platypus soft water bottle review details why this is a great idea when you're short on space but need hydration options.
If you tackle snowy and icy terrain on winter hikes, you need to add winter hiking traction devices to keep yourself upright and stable. But which ones, and when to use them?
Who doesn't love to win free stuff? Especially hiking gear, outdoor clothing, books, yummy trail food or anything else that makes your trail time more fun! Check out Hiking For Her right now to see what's featured.
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.
Use this carefully selected (by a veteran hiker) best hiking gift guide to guarantee happiness for the hikers in your life. There's something for every level of hiking, and three different price categories, to make gift selection easy on your time and wallet.
Does your gift list include hikers? These 9 gifts for people who love hiking are sure to please, because they are selected by someone who loves hiking.
The best hiking jackets strike a balance between fit, function and price. Curious about what a veteran hiker considers best hiking jackets for female hikers?
This sleeping bag liner review covers the essential variables in selecting the right liner: comfort, versatility and cost.
This month's newsletter is a collection of hopeful stuff: articles about doing the right thing for the right reason, communities pulling together to accomplish good stuff, good tips for keeping yourself safe, and a chance to meet two inspiring hikers.
It's all right here for you! Enjoy.
The impact of the outdoors on your well being is profound. But what is your impact on the outdoors? Keep it minimal with these Leave No Trace hiking tips.
Outdoor skills for hikers focus on achieving one good outcome: stay safe and found without leaving your mark on the outdoors.
The best athletic clothing for women hikers has come a long way in the last 20 years. Cotton and wool have given way to moisture wicking, thermoregulating high performance fabrics to wear while you hike and have fun in it! Choose the best hiking clothes, and hit the trail!
Don't have any hiking vests in your outdoor clothing repertoire? You're overlooking a versatile component of your hiking clothing layering system, and a piece of safety gear for weather challenges.
Hunting for a hiking gift made with sustainable materials? Look no further than this Sustainable Gifting Guide from Hiking For Her: packed with possibilities!
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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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