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What to Wear Hiking

“There’s no such thing as bad weather, only inappropriate clothing,” says the mantra of some pro hikers. The experts say, you won’t need special clothing if you are only into simple trails. Just wear whatever it is you’re comfortable with and just start your hiking journey. However, as you go on and wanting to have more complex trails, which may be comfortable for you would be unsafe. Here are some gears you may consider wearing for your safe hiking adventure: Breathable shirt When we say a breathable shirt, of course, ...
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Safe Walking Route

Selecting a Safe Walking Route

Taking a stroll is one of the simplest ways to maintain fitness and a great way to have some peace of mind to strategize on your goals. It is also a great way to relieve yourself of stress. You can walk in any place whether it is around town or in a park or through a woodland. On internet product review blogs are likely the same. However, it is important that you consider your safety when choosing a route to follow. There are evil people in this world who take ...
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What to Look for in A Good Pair of Boots

What to Look for in A Good Pair of Boots

Think about where the whole weight of your body would fall on if you walk. That’s right on your feet. Your feet would be bringing you to places and it is important that you protect them. As the most essential hiking gear, it is important that you invest in a good pair of boots. But what should you look for? The first thing to consider would be a proper fit. A size too big would let your feet run up and down inside. A size too small would bunch up ...
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How to Make Hiking More Enjoyable for Kid

How to Make Hiking More Enjoyable for Kid

Trying to bring along your youngsters for a hike or a stroll may prove to be challenging. Here are some tips on making your outdoor stroll a better experience for kids. First, let the kids bask in the beauty of nature a little bit more. You can do this by providing them with a check-list on what to look out for. You could put anything on the cooking list - a four-clover leaf, acorns, or seashells. It would depend on where you plan to do your hike. Next, bring along ...
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