Hiking. Friday , April 27th , 2018 - 22:07:40 PM
Also more than just helping to keep your balance on your hike a hiking stick is an important gear that you should also remember to bring along. In case of a fall or any untoward accident that may make walking or moving on again difficult this simple piece of hiking gear will be useful to create some rapping noise against rocks or any hard surface to call rescue people or any other passing person‘s attention and get help soon. You can find this clean and simple-looking gear either in the sports stores or by simply rummaging through your backyard.
Harness. If you are going on a mountain hiking trip then another important gear you will need is a harness. You can wear a harness just like a pair of pants and it will rest on your hips. While hiking you will need to use the harness for attaching yourself to the belay device or the rope and for carrying gear. A harness will act as a safety net for you while you are hiking over a mountain and make sure you wear it tightly enough so that if you end up flipped upside down you do not slip out of it.
Hiking boots. Another essential item to your hiking gear are hiking boots. You need strong boots for the tough trail ahead. Your boots should support your ankles as well as your feet. Make sure they are comfortable and fit well. Also make sure that you wear your hiking boots a number of times before you use them on the hike. This will help prevent blisters - not nice. Map Compass. It is obvious but you need to know where you are going and plan your route and have a map and compass. It is an essential aspect of your hiking gear. Also ensure you know how to use them. How to read a map. How to set a map using your surroundings and a compass.
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