"Hiking" Blogs & Blog Posts

BRT Insights - WW Kayaking & HikingBRT Insights - WW Kayaking & Hiking

California river kayaking & rafting paddlesports. Trip reports & ri...

 
Diary Of A Nature & Wildlife PhotographerDiary Of A Nature & Wildlife Photographer

Weekly journal of nature and wildlife photographer Kinsey Barnard. When not...

 
My pilgrimage to Santiago - a journey of discovery.My pilgrimage to Santiago - a journey of discovery.

My 780km Camino de Santiago pilgrimage walk .This blog is a journal of my j...

 


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I'm late to the party but better late than never!  This is the Baa-ble hat that has become an iconic pattern for the online knitting community.  It's been many many years since I last saw a pattern that captured the hearts of so many knitte...

When it’s too snowy for a trail run but you don’t have a perfect skiing mountain at the ready, snowshoes make a great workout. They essentially let you hike in the winter weather, and you only need about six inches of snow for an outing. Read mor...

If day-to-day life in London has run you down, then escaping to nature is the perfect way to recharge your batteries. While there are several places that you can easily escape to from the city, the Wye Valley and Forest of Dean is a hidden gem that y...

Going on a long hike for the day? Pack Config shared a loadout with us that includes everything you’d need for a long, day long hike.Read more...

A spur-of-the-moment decision.  I boil water for tea, wrap up cheese and sausage, cut an apple into wedges, grab the dark chocolate and put my hiking boots by the door.And we're off to East Sooke Park, the best place for hiking, in our opinion.

Hitting the forest for a quick jaunt in the woods doesn’t require a ton of prep, but you still don’t want to go in empty handed. Everyday Carry reader Ben’s go back keeps everything he needs accessible and easy to grab on a whim.Read more...

The weather is definitely turning colder here in the United States, but that doesn’t mean you have to avoid the great outdoors. The folks at Oyster have a great list of fall hikes to take to take in the fall foliage before it’s gone for good, and...