One key aspect of responsible hiking is keeping wildlife out of your hiking pack. Here are some tips to help you do just that. Do you have any other great ideas for keeping wildlife out of your hiking pack?
If you’re an outdoor enthusiast who is also expecting a baby, you may be wondering if hiking is still safe and feasible during pregnancy. Here’s a few tips for hiking while pregnant, so you can confidently hit the trails and enjoy the great outdoors with a baby bump.
Making hiking with kids fun and memorable involves careful planning, embracing the sense of adventure, and encouraging exploration and engagement with nature. By following these tips, you can create lasting memories and instill a love for the outdoors in your children that can last a lifetime.
With a little bit of planning and preparation, hiking with your baby can be a fun and rewarding experience for both you and your little one.
Hiking is a fantastic outdoor activity that can be enjoyed year-round, as each season offers unique landscapes, challenges, and opportunities for adventure. Here’s a few tips to help you make the most of your hiking adventures throughout the year:
Hiking with your dog can mean hours of fun for you and your furry buddy. Be prepared by researching, planning, carrying extra supplies and first aid when hiking in Australia with your dog.
Hiking is one of the most enjoyable activities you can participate in to bring your family together. It’s also a great way to get your kids connected with the outdoors. Here’s a few hacks that’ll make the adventure fun for everyone.
Photography is not something you can learn overnight. However, the more you practice, the better your photos will become. Dive into your devices and get to know them better.
As an experienced hiker, I’ve put together the top hiking hints for beginners so that you can get out there confidently too. It’s all about taking that first step out of your comfort zone and I promise you that you’ll be hooked.
If you hike often, there are undoubtably moments where you catch yourself wishing your furry goofball was by your side. Hiking with your dog can be great fun both for pet parents and canine companions alike.
Most likely, you already have a camera, whether you opted for a mirrorless camera or a DSLR, above all, you’ll need a good lens. But how much zoom is enough, and what features should you be looking for?
Are you new to overnight or multi-day hiking or an experienced adventurer who is looking at grabbing some new gear. Before you do anything read our 5 ways to lighten the load without compromising on comfort.
Lightweight camping involves taking only what you need rather than everything you want, and allows for quicker and more comfortable travel. In your quest to cut grams, however, just make sure you’re not leaving crucial safety gear behind.
We all enjoy a good trip to the bush, have a favourite national park or hidden spot. So the next time you swap the concrete road for a bush track – consider these top tips to leave no trace when hiking & camping.
From spring through to winter it is snake season in Australia and time to keep a constant eye out for our little slithery friends. When on the trail avoid hiking in areas where snakes are known to be.
Shorten your stride when hiking up or down hills. Long strides are fine on flat terrain, but when going up or down, shorten your stride. A benefit of this technique when going downhill is that you’re less likely to slip and fall.
It consistently amazes me how many times I see people out for a walk or hike with nothing but the clothes they are wearing. If you run out of water, you have only a day or so to figure out a solution.