Blog Profiles: Hiking Blogs

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Hiking Blogs

I got to thinking about hiking and camping when this study about resetting your body clock was in the news.

We’re pretty tied to our phones, computer screens, and TVs these days. Hiking is a great way to take a real break from the constant presence of artificial light and eye strain.

Here’s a look at four hiking blogs to inspire your next adventure.

1. The Hiking Life

Aussie hiker Cam “Swami” Honan was named “the most traveled hiker on earth” by Backpacker Magazine. As of 2016, he’s hiked more than 57,000 miles (91,733 km) in some 56 countries and six continents.

100 Classic Hikes, Wilsons Promontory Southern Circuit, and Sangre de Cristo Traverse are great posts with amazing pictures of scenes along the hikes.

Follow @TheHikingLife on Twitter.

The Hiking Life Blog

Credit: @thehikinglife on Instagram

2. The Big Outside

Michael Lanza is a hiker, backpacker, and climber, as well as a writer and outdoor photographer. He’s hiked most of the major national parks throughout the United States, and internationally.

I enjoyed reading 5 Great Adventures You Can Still Pull Off In 2017, 10 Tips For Getting Outside More, and My 25 Most Scenic Days Of Hiking Ever.

Follow @MichaelALanza on Twitter.

3. American Hiking Society

A voice for American hikers, American Hiking Society promotes and protects foot trails that connect people with nature. They are committed to the preservation of hiking trails, as well as providing funding to plan and build trails.

I recommend reading Endless Opportunities to Get Outside on the First Weekend of June, Summer of Service, and 10 Best Hikes in Ohio.

Follow @AmericanHiking on Twitter.

American Hiking Society

Credit: @americanhiking on Instagram

4. Girl on a Hike

Girl on a Hike posts adventures of a girl and her dog, Charlie. She started hiking with her family as a child, and has continued hiking through adulthood.

I enjoyed Hiking in Hunter Canyon, Moab7 Best Dog Friendly Trails in Moab, Utah, and 10 Tips to Hike Safely at Night.

Follow @GirlonaHike on Twitter.

Girll on a hike blog

Credit: @GirlonaHike on Instagram

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Stephanie Donovan is a Senior Customer Content Specialist at PR Newswire, is an avid runner, and likes discovering new ways to live green. In her free time, she likes discovering new music, keeping up to date on the best new TV shows, and traveling. 

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3 Responses

  1. Charles says:

    I am taking my dog with me on a camping trip to Shenandoah National Park this summer and these blogs have great tips and advice.

  2. I am so happy to read everything about travelling. It provides me with information on the best places to travel.

  3. great blog thank you so much for sharing . I like to read climbing ,mountaineering, adventure gear related article

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