Food For A Hiking

Posted on July 13, 2016 By

One thing fellow hikers and backpackers never can agree on is what food to take on a hiking trip. How many hikers, the length of the trail, the season and what facilities are available on the trail is often the biggest influence on deciding what to take. Nutrition and ease of preparation should be kept…


How to Survive a Hiking Trip in the Grand Canyon

Posted on July 12, 2016 By

The Grand Canyon averages more rescues than any other national park in the world, and were it not for the swift response of the rescuers the death toll in the Canyon would be exorbitantly high. As it is, the Canyon’s steep drops, soaring summer temperatures, plummeting winter temperatures, lack of water, and sudden weather shifts…


Your Next Hiking Trip

Posted on July 11, 2016 By

So you want to go hiking. Just itching to get out in the great outdoors and get away from the hustle of modern life. Excellent choice. Hiking is healthy for the body and a great way to reduce stress. But it can also be an adventure and all-round fun. But to make your next trek…


How to Pack Your Backpack for a Hiking

Posted on July 9, 2016 By

Throwing all your gear into your pack and heading off isn’t the best practice for a comfy hiking experience. The way in which you pack your backpacking backpack will make a huge difference to how it feels on your back. If you’ve never gone backpacking overnight before or haven’t done it in a while these…


Planning for a Guided Hiking Trip

Posted on July 9, 2016 By

Getting out and making the most of the outdoors is a great way to bond with nature, and with your fellow family members. Having a shared journey can really bring a family closer together. Nonetheless, you also don’t want the family holiday to turn into something people recall with disgust. If you do not have…