How to Survive the Dog Days of Summer

It’s the Dog Days of Summer. Ambassador Lauren tells us how we can out and enjoy the outdoors without letting the Dog Days of Summer get us down or keep us inside. How to Survive the Dog Days of Summer #HikeLikeAWoman Click To Tweet Don’t let the heat or humidity keep you inside this summer. […]

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5 Steps for a Successful Group Hike

Hiking alone has its benefits, but so does hiking with others.However, there are several things to consider when sharing the experience with other people. Ambassador Sarah gives us five steps for a successful group hike. 5 Steps for a Successful Group Hike #HikeLikeAWoman Click To Tweet Let’s be honest, there are times when I just […]

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What’s in Lori’s pack

In addition to our 12 Trails of Christmas this holiday season, we are giving you bonus blog posts to accompany videos from our Ambassadors and Staff. Today Ambassador Lori shows us what’s in her pack. What’s in Lori’s pack #HikeLikeAWoman Click To Tweet That question always comes up when I’m hiking. I take my big […]

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Furbaby First Aid

When hiking with Furbabies, we need to be just as prepared with first aid as we are for ourselves. Here are some great tips by Ambassador Annie on how we can be prepared while hiking with our Furbabies. Furbaby First Aid #HikeLikeAWoman Click To Tweet Any doting parents know the struggle of packing everything needed […]

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5 Pro Tips for Hiking With Kids

Welcome Ruth to the website today with 5 tips for hiking with children. We’re excited to have her all the way from South Africa with this video. Stay tuned, you just might see a zebra or two in this video. 5 Pro Tips for Hiking With Kids #HikeLikeAWoman Click To Tweet **** Tip #1: Be […]

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8 Tips To Help You Prepare For Your Epic Hike

Getting in shape for your epic hike doesn’t have to be work, it can just as fun as your hike. The following are my (Mara) tips for shaping up for an epic hike. 8 tips to help you prepare for your epic hike #HikeLikeAWoman Click To Tweet It’s a new year and you have new […]

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4 tips for hiking with your partner

I have definitely been on many hikes where my hiking partner and I have gotten on each other’s nerves. Here are some great tips by Annie on how to avoid pushing each other’s buttons. 4 tips for hiking with your partner @hikelikeawoman Click To Tweet Everyone hikes for their own reasons whether it be solace, […]

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What You Need To Know For Your First Thru-Hike

I’m so excited to have the amazing Anna on the website today with a few tips for beginning thru-hikers. I think you’ll find her post encouraging and informative. Thanks, Anna!  What You Need To Know For Your First Thru-Hike @hikelikeawoman Click To Tweet ***** Do you want to go thru-hiking but don’t know how to […]

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Blister Prevention Tips You Need To Know

I’m so excited to have Lucy on the blog today talking about a subject that most of us know all too well…blisters! If you’ve struggled with blisters, or if you hike with someone who gets blisters when you’re on the mountain together this post is for you! Enjoy~ ~~~ Do you struggle with blisters while […]

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Top Tips for Safe Solo Hikes

Top Tips for Safe Solo Hikes @hikelikeawoman #teamHLAW Click To Tweet  Safety. It’s something that’s always in the back of my mind, especially when I head out into the backcountry. Safety from wild animals and predators. Safety from extreme weather.  Safety from hazardous terrain. Safety driving to and from the trailhead. Safety from people who […]

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14 Backpacking Tips You Need For Your Next Trip

A few weeks ago I went backpacking with a few friends. In the group we had several experienced backpackers and several novice backpackers. Some of us hadn’t been backpacking since having kids, so we had to dust off our packs and dig out our water filters. Because our group was so diverse I published a packing […]

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4 Things The Woman Hiker Needs To Know

Please welcome Ruth to the blog today, with a few tips for hikers about things that are specific to women on the trail (ahem periods, bras, pregnancy, and jewelry). If you’re a male hiker who hikes with women pay attention too because this is good advice. Check it out, subscribe to Ruth’s YouTube channel and be […]

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