What is the best way to cross multiple streams on a long hike?
(St. Petersburg, FL)
I live in Florida and I'm not accustomed to the cold water of snowmelt streams. While hiking high altitude trails that have streams too wide to jump over, is it better to take off shoes and socks - cross - then dry my feet and replace shoes/socks each time? OR, wear hiking shoes that are designed to get wet and then just deal with my freezing feet? Do hikers regularly hike with cold, wet feet? Thank you!!
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