Well everyone, it’s That Time Of Year already – Christmas is practically upon us! In this article, I have picked out some totally awesome Christmas gift ideas for the hikers on your list. There are some unique gift ideas that nature lovers will be extremely interested in, and will add to their overall hiking adventures and experiences. I am quite sure that these gifts will be a major hit with any hiker, or anyone who loves spending time in nature!
Whether you are spending time in nature hiking and camping, being off the grid for a while, or even taking a road trip, a set of walkie-talkies will make keeping in touch with others much easier when you are without cell phone service. The best walkie-talkies, or two-way radios, will keep you in touch with your party, as well as offering the added security of furnishing you with weather alerts and other important emergency features.
Winter is well on its way, and while most people are packing up their camping gear, there are some of us who enjoy spending time in this invigorating season of nature. In this article, we will be checking out the differences in 3-season, 3 to 4-season, and 4-season tents. You will then be able to make the best choice when deciding on the perfect cold weather tent to meet all of your winter camping needs.
The “Dog Days” of Summer are fast coming to an end, and there is beginning to be a crispness in the air as the Autumn leaves are swirling around us. This is an awesome opportunity for you to consider taking your relationship with your canine companion a few steps further as you try out these hiking tips with your furry best friend. Hopefully these tips will help you become best hiking buddies for many years to come!
Berea is a small town in Madison County that sits at the edge of central Kentucky’s Blue Grass Region. It is best known for its art festivals, historic buildings and restaurants, and Berea College, its liberal arts college. The Forestry Department of Berea College owns over 8,400 acres of forests, and boasts almost 12 miles of trail networks, which includes 9 miles of hiking trails that run through Indian Fort Mountain, and is home to the famous East and West Pinnacles hiking trails.
Here we are, already in the middle of summer, and the highlight of hiking and camping season. Sadly, we are also in prime mosquito season. In this article, I will offer a few ways to help control these pesky insects while hiking and camping, so our outdoor adventures will be much more enjoyable!
When we set out on our hiking or camping trips, we all head out in a happy frame of mind, totally expecting to have an awesome time in nature. We never know just when some type of unexpected emergency or disaster will strike. While it is definitely not anything we want to go through, we need to have some camping and hiking survival tips and gear already prepared, for those “it can’t or won’t happen to me” moments.
After an awesome day of camping, hiking, and enjoying everything nature has to offer, nothing would feel much better than a relaxing hot shower. But here you are in the middle of the woods, miles from this luxury, right? Not anymore, thanks to some great camping upgrades, such as propane and battery powered hot water heating systems. Just imagine having an endless supply of hot water at your disposal – in the middle of nowhere!