by Diane Spicer
Why would you need a hiking weekly update?
Why wouldn't you!
You're a hiker, or about to become one, right?
So why skip a chance to subscribe to a free weekly update that gives you all the latest developments, gear deals, hiking and backpacking news!
But before you decide to subscribe to "one more thing" in your inbox, let's get more specific.
Hiking For Her pulls together a free, popular monthly newsletter called Happy Trails.
It's a great way to get a big dose of hiking information once per month.
But there are a few problems with once a month updates.
A lot of time sensitive stuff lands in my in box, and I’d love to share it with you.
And of course, I love to pass along any insights or “wow!” moments I’ve had on the trail.
Plus, every week I get my hands on articles and breaking news way too juicy to wait on:
I might also stumble upon an inspiring blog post from one of the many adventurers I follow, and yearn to share it with you.
But here's my frustration:
None of this fits into the newsletter!! (frustrated sigh)
So if you'd like to hear from Hiking For Her more frequently, this is a great way to touch base with all things hiking four times per month.
Hiking For Her has made a commitment to give away gear, clothing, books and fun trail products every month.
Because it's fun for all involved:
Three way win!!
So when you sign up for the weekly email updates, you are in the loop about every giveaway.
A hiking weekly update is also the best way to learn what’s new on the Hiking For Her website:
A small amount of this makes it into the monthly newsletter, but again, I'm reluctant to make the newsletter too long - so you might miss the very thing that you need for your next hike.
So rest assured:
That would be bad, and bad is something I strenuously avoid.
Signing up for these more frequent messages from Hiking For Her won’t affect your subscription to the monthly Happy Trails newsletter at all.
Contact me and I'll answer them right away!
(Unless I'm out on the trail, gathering new insights and info for you, of course. But I'll get right to it when I re-enter civilization.)
All you need is an email address and the little gray sign up box below.
Looking forward to crafting fun, informative updates for you every week!
Also looking forward to not feeling guilty for not sharing everything with you :)
About the author
Diane is the founder of Hiking For Her.
She’s been on a hiking trail somewhere in the world for nearly five decades & loves to share her best hiking tips right here.
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Photo credits: All photos on this website were taken by David Midkiff or Diane Spicer except where noted.
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