Tag Archives: solo hiking

SOLO HIKING: Tips from Search and Rescue about how to do it safely.

This presentation was a culmination of wisdom gleaned from nearly 25 years of hiking and backpacking extensively, much of it solo. Search and Rescue work has also taught me volumes when I learn from the unintended mishaps of other solo hikers. 4:39 Steps for easing into hiking solo for new or nervous hikers 11:55 Best practices to plan and prepare for your solo hike 26:06 GPS/SOS device recommendations for solo hikers 34:01 How to know where you’ll […]

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Solo Hiking Safety/Tips for Hiking Alone

After tragedy on the AT, I share my thoughts & top six tips for staying safe (especially as a solo hiker) on trail. Mentioned in this video: -AfterShokz ear phones -Garmin InReach -All Trails App (Lifeline feature) Self Defense Strategies: Source link

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3 skills I learned from hiking alone

In this video I talk about 3 things that I’ve learned from hiking alone that you should be aware of if you’re considering going yourself As quintessentially introvert-like as it is, I looove hiking alone. It’s a bit like a meditation for me because I’m present and absorbing where I am, when I’m there. But while I’ve always enjoyed doing it, I also sometimes felt (and still feel) a bit worried and anxious about going – because […]

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BACKPACKING SOLO: 10 Mile Backpacking Trip Alone

Last week I went on a short 1-night solo backpacking trip and it was just what I needed! In this backpacking trip vlog, I take you along and show you some beautiful scenery here in Utah. Enjoy! ► GEAR MENTIONED Osprey Eja Ultralight Backpack: Big Agnes Q-core SLX Sleeping Pad: Sawyer Squeeze Water Filter: Black Diamond ReVolt Headlamp: NEMO Ultralight 2P Backpacking Tent: Western Mountaineering Sleeping Bag: My Trekking Poles: My yellow hiking shirt (I wear a […]

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Solo Hiking One of Australia's Best Trails – Three Capes Track

In mid December I solo hiked one of Australia’s best multi day hiking trails; The Three Capes Track. It consistently ranks as being one of Australia’s best hiking trails and it’s easy to see why. The track is 48km point-to-point and is completed over the course of 4 days with stunning scenery for the vast majority of it. See the exact path I took; ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Contents of this Video ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 0:00 – Overview 0:40 – Day 1 […]

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HIKING SKILLS FOR MULTI-DAY HIKING | Hiking Tips For Beginners

New to multi-day hiking? Not sure where to start? In this video, I talk about a few basic hiking skills that you need if you want to walk a multi-day hike. This list shows only a few hiking skills that you might want to learn before you start hiking a long-distance trail. From how to pack your hiking pack to selecting the right gear, it is important to learn these skills before you start hiking. Feel free […]

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The Pros and Cons of Solo Hiking

After taking the plunge and completing a few multiday hikes solo, I put together a list of the Pros and Cons of Solo Hiking. —SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE HIKING CONTENT— Youtube – Instagram – Facebook – —GEAR I TAKE ON A THRU HIKE— —SHOUT ME A COFFEE— —BUSINESS ENQUIRIES— settohike@outlook.com Some of the links in my kit are affiliate links, so if you purchase something through one of my links, not only are you a legend but you’ll […]

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Hiking 60 Miles Alone in Hornstrandir Iceland

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Yes I am a Woman and I Hike Solo (Smoky Mountains Winter Hiking)

Yes I am a woman and I hike solo all over the world. I had planned to hike to Clingmans Dome in the Smoky Mountains National Park, but a winter road closure had me changing plans and finding some new trails in Appalachia. Get A Sticker to Support Alice’s Adventures and get mentioned in the next video: Follow me route on AllTrails: SUBSCRIBE ► SUPPORT ALICE’S ADVENTURES ON EARTH Paypal: alice.fordllc@hotmail.com FOLLOW ME: + INSTAGRAM ► + […]

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