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The Power of long-distance Hikingrandom stuff
Hiking day after day for months in a row turns your body into a machine. The power of long-distance hiking unites positive impacts on physical and mental health. Find out how long-distance hiking can change your life!
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Solo Hiking for WomenHiking
Are you planning your first solo hike? Do you still feel a little unsure what to expect? I hiked the Pacific Crest Trail alone in 2016 and solo traveled the world for over a decade. In this episode of TrailTips "Solo Hiking for Women" I will tell you how you can become a stong and confident solo hiker!
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How to deal with a hiking injury on a long-distance hikePacific Crest Trail, USA
Imagine you are out there on the AT, CDT, PCT or any other long-distance trail and you get injured. Is it the end? How should you react? What should you do? On day ten I was knocked out by a hiking injury on the Pacific Crest Trail. Find out how I managed to have a great comeback and continue my hike on the PCT!