Hiking. Friday , April 27th , 2018 - 22:19:54 PM
I started my hike on April 28 at the Mexican border. I was trying to finish in four months and I had already purchased my return ticket to Peru based on that schedule. The first week went well and then I started getting blisters. I was also hiker faster than most of the others so I was passing a lot of people but not spending much time with them and wasn‘t making any friendships with other hikers. After two weeks I had to take a few days off to let the blisters heal. I also realized that I needed to slow down and spend time with other hikers if I wanted to make friendships which was one of my goals for the hike. After leaving Big Bear CA I did slow down and started hiking with four other people. Two of them were section hiking and one had to stop due to injury but I hiked with go-Big the other one most of the way to the Oregon border.
So how do you go about finding the ideal hiking trail you may be asking yourself. By taking the time to look at all the trails you will know more of what to expect when you are out hiking and more likely to find the "perfect hiking trail". Here are few guidelines below to give you some idea of what to look out for.
Moreover it would be convenient if you bring a good assortment of drinks food and even snacks on your hiking adventure. Water is still the best drink to bring along including small bags of snacks like pretzels trail mix and other kinds of snacks that come in small packs or are easy to carry on your hiking bag. But if you plan to spend a night or two on your hike and camping bringing some real food will be a good idea. Make some sandwiches or bring some pieces of fruits with you.
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