by Diane Spicer
Have you been looking for a dayhiking tips book geared toward women hikers?
I am excited to announce the release of my new book in two formats:
Best Tips For Women Dayhikers: Everything You Need To Know To Hit The Trail.
Click on the book cover below for a free preview.
It's waiting for you on Amazon.
This book is designed to give you detailed hiking tips,
Each of the ten chapters give you easy to follow specific advice to apply before, during and after your dayhike.
A quick peek at the Table of Contents will show you the topics covered in this dayhiking tips book.
Chapter 1: Dayhike Gear
Chapter 2: Ten Essentials and Beyond
Chapter 3: Trail Nutrition
Chapter 4: Hiking Hydration
Chapter 5: Destination and Itinerary
Chapter 6: Safety and Comfort
Chapter 7: Navigation and Communication
Chapter 8: Pacing
Chapter 9: Self Care
Chapter 10: Keep Learning
(and maybe a few surprises)
Ten chapters of tips geared (small hiking pun) toward day hikers have been gathered from Hiking For Her's extensive website pages.
But here's what makes the book special.
The reviews of this dayhiking tips book on my Amazon author page will let you evaluate whether or not this book hits the mark for hikers.
Or take a peek right here.
Putting yourself “out there” on a hiking trail is an expression of your adventurous spirit.
But along with relishing that exhilarating sense of adventure, you need to control the essential factors that make you a dayhiker:
Having firm control over these variables puts you in a position of strength to deal with unpredictable events like nasty weather, animal encounters, and misadventures in map reading.
It also makes your day hike much more enjoyable.
If you're just starting out as a hiker, you will save yourself a ton of time and money by reading and applying these hiking tips.
Been day hiking for a while but have a few gear, navigation, or food issues that you'd like to solve or improve?
Need a gift for the hiker(s) in the family?
It is my sincere wish that you will benefit from my labor of love to collect decades of dayhiking experience into one book.
Can you see that I really mean it when I say that HFH gives you hiking advice you can trust?
That's why I've gathered together a treasure trove of hiking tips and resources for your enjoyment:
to shorten your learning curve so you can savor trail time, enjoying each moment of your hikes.
Oh, and one more small reason:
A dayhiking tips book for women was such a joy to write!
Amazon has already thought about this problem, and solved it with a free app that allows you to read my book on devices you already own: your computer, phone and tablet.
Or pick up the paperback version of these dayhiking tips, and savor the feel of a "real" book in your hands.
The hiking tips in Hiking For Her's dayhiking tips book can be blamed on my addiction to hiking.
My obsession with hiking began innocently enough, with an invitation to join a Girl Scout backpacking trip to Isle Royale National Park in Lake Superior.
Give a girl a backpack, and she's gonna want boots.
Give her sturdy boots, and she's gonna want a compass.
You get the idea!
Five decades later, I'm still hiking, but now I'm writing down my best hiking tips for hikers.
Over the years, these hiking tips have really piled up (over 350 pages and growing). It's getting to be a challenge to find exactly what you need in the maze of interconnected hiking tips.
But I'm guessing that you want something a little faster when you have questions about day hiking.
You need answers NOW!
Hence, the day hiking tips book :)
I think the subtitle really nails it:
Everything You Need To Know To Hit The Trail
This book for women hikers was written with love and enthusiasm, because I know that's how you tackle the trail, too.
And I'd be delighted to answer your questions, about the book or about hiking in general.
Thanks for the chance to walk with you down the trail, if only for a little virtual while.
May all your trails bring you good things in abundance!
Dayhiking Tips Book
Hiking For Her: Hiking tips you can trust!
This article was printed from Hiking-For-Her.com