Want to find a reliable workout that will bring you the same results as the gym? What about results that go beyond what you can achieve at the gym?
Enter the outdoors: your personal playground. This nature-made fitness center is devoid of doors and walls and full of wonder and adventure.
The outdoors is your new, next-level exercise outlet, and it’s even better than the gym.
Read on to find out why you should cancel your gym membership and subscribe to the great outdoors.
Happy Mother’s Day to all of you amazing #MomsWhoHike!
Depending on where you live, your local trails might be closed this Earth Day.
And as disappointing as that may be, there are still some small things you can do to feel connected to nature and show your respects.
Here are 11 things you can do to celebrate Earth Day, even if you can’t go hiking. #idratherbehiking
Step into nature with your four-legged hiking buddy and enjoy all the benefits!
When you bring your dog, cat, goat, hedgehog, etc. on your hikes, it can be a very special and rewarding experience for both of you. It will be difficult to tell who loves it more — you or your pet!
Have you hiked with a pet before? Do you know the dos and don’ts of bringing pets on the trail?
In order for hiking with dogs and other pets to be enjoyable, it’s important for you to be informed. In this blog, you will learn how to hike with your pet responsibly.
Keep yourself, your pet, and others safe by learning The Dos and Don'ts of Hiking With Pets right now.
You've heard of national parks, but have you explored any national monuments yet?
If not, you're missing out. Often, national monuments are less crowded than national parks, making for a more intimate experience with the special land.
There are 128 national monuments in the United States alone.
Learn the significance of national monuments, find out why you need to explore them, and discover our top picks for national monuments you can hike in - they all count for your 52 Hike Challenge National Parks Series!
Are you just starting your #52HikeChallenge2020 and need a little help finding trails and planning your hikes?
Planning your hikes may seem challenging when you first begin the 52 Hike Challenge, but we're here to help.
Since you’re going to be getting outside a lot, we would like to guide you through how to plan your hikes and set goals to help you succeed on your 52 Hike Challenge journey.
Read on to start planning your hikes now!
Do you know what to do if you encounter an aggressive animal on the trail? What about if your hiking partner shows signs of dehydration or heat stroke? What if a thunderstorm or wildfire comes out of nowhere?
While hiking is usually a pleasant experience full of great views and bonding time with your hiking buddies, the unexpected can happen at any time.
When you practice hiking safety, you reduce your risk of…
- An animal attack
- Getting stuck in inclement weather
- Getting lost in the wilderness
And much, much more.
Of course, most of these hiking mishaps are out of your control. That’s why knowing how to react to hiking emergencies is not only important - it’s essential.
We want you to have fun and enjoy nature, but we also want you to be safe on the trails.
Keep reading to learn…
- What to carry with you on ALL your hikes
- How to avoid dehydration, heat stroke and injuries
- What to do if you see a bear, mountain lion or rattlesnake
- How to plan for and react to extreme weather
- What to do if you get lost in the wilderness
And much more.
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