Blogs about Hiking

Friday, August 09, 2019
John Paul's Blog
Mountain Climbing is in itself an extreme sport and a thrilling adventure to be part of. The journey to the top of the mountain entices the climbers with the mesmerizing views and unique friendly environment.
Tuesday, July 02, 2019 • Cadiz, KY 42211
WOWME
THIS IS IMPORTANT - A friend of mine just lost her grandson, a construction worker, to heat stroke this past week, up north in Connecticut no less.  Pay attention to your body out there.  You've probably read about how to measure your fluid loss by recording your body weight before and after a workout.  This is certainly something you can do; I surmise however, if you are going to that level of detail, you are beyond the scope of this blog post.  You know when you get too hot.
Via WOWME
Friday, April 28, 2017
Roman Dockery's Blog
 Trekking a multi-day hike is always an amazing experience and one that will give you a complete buzz once completed. 
Friday, April 07, 2017
Roman Dockery's Blog
If you’re sick and tired of the same old jogging trails, why not rev up that motorcycle of yours that’s sitting in the garage and take it out on the open road.
Wednesday, March 01, 2017
Eva Swain's Blog
Hiking outdoors has tremendous benefit for men’s physical, well-being, and mental health. It is not just for adventure experience, but it has its benefits. Hiking is the easiest exercise anyone can do, all you need is the best men’s water shoes and an inclined outdoor space. It is very inexpensive and easy, so any individual can start no matter how fit they are. Whether you are going for a leisure hike, fishing or any trailing, you will gain some healthy benefits provided by hiking.
Thursday, September 29, 2016 • Redwood City, CA 94063
F!TGRL's Blog
A few weeks ago, a few friends and I went for a hike.  It was a beautiful sunny day, and we were excited to be on a new trail.  We had an idea of where we were going and which trails we needed to follow in order to get us to where we wanted to go.  We took a picture of the map so we could have it on our phones and started out.  It was about a nine-mile hike, and we were confident of our ability to read a map and follow the trail markers!  All was well as we hiked and enjoyed the scenery and the company of each other.
Monday, August 12, 2013 • Princeton, MA 01541-1207
Jocelyn Martin's Blog
I often find it funny when my clients give me the double take because I've told them to take a "rest" day.  Or when my Mommy Recess clients, give a big exhale of relief at the end of class when I tell them to take a moment for themselves and just breathe.