What do you do when you are in desperate need of a break from all the craziness and stress of everyday life? Go on a hike of course!
One of the things I enjoy doing during the weekends or holidays is to grab my ever-trusty backpack and my family, then enjoy the beauty of nature while hiking to a new (or even old) campsite where we will spend a night or two, just relaxing and bonding with each other.
But what I really don’t like doing is carrying a heavy backpack with a portable stove just to cook our meals. That’s why I decided to take no cook backpacking meals with me instead while on a hike. Not getting super tired from carrying a heavy backpack gives me the chance to enjoy nature and my family.
With a little pre-planning before the trip, no cook meals are really simple. Here is a list of some of the things I like to pack.Read More
If being outdoors has taught me anything, it’s that the only thing predictable about Mother Nature is her unpredictability. And one of the worst things to happen is to be caught camping in thunderstorm! This situation is not only dangerous; it can even be fatal.
But don’t fret – you don’t have to completely cancel all your camping trips to avoid thunderstorms. What you need to know is how to keep yourself safe should you find yourself in such a situation. I’ve gathered some expert tips that will come in handy for our next outdoor adventures.
Whether it’s your first date or your twenty-first date, it’s always a great idea to do something new to shake things up. If you’re looking forward to spending time together and disconnect from the rest of the world for a moment or two, then you should try out a hiking date. It is a great way to disconnect yourself from the rest of the world and give 100% of your attention to your date.
Since a hiking date is so unique, you might be wondering what to wear on a hiking date. Lucky for you, I’ve had enough hiking dates to know the ideal clothes to wear. Below are my 5 tips for fixing up your outfit for your hiking date!