Saturday, September 21, 2013

Everything You Need to Know About Beginner Hikes

Hiking is a great way to meet people and get in shape, but most beginners hikes are not where you start getting in shape. Here are several articles on beginner hiking to help you know what to expect and how to prepare:

 Top Three Things You Need to Know About Beginner Hiking
Group hiking is a great hobby for those who want to enjoy nature, socialize and get in shape at the same time

 Continued at: Top Three Things You Need to Know About Beginner Hiking - Yahoo  


Hiking 101: What is a beginner hike?

Middle Tennessee is home to many beautiful parks and greenways with a wide variety of hiking trails for walkers to enjoy. Many of these trails are paved and easy to take at a slow pace for beginners.So what is...

Hiking 101: What is a moderate hike? (Video)

This column has looked at beginner hikes from several different angles, so now it is time to examine moderate hikes.Hiking difficulty levels are somewhat subjective and there can be levels within levels. Beginner, Moderate and Difficult/Advanced/Strenuous are...

Easy beginner hike at Edwin Warner sets the pace for future slower group hikes (Video)

Sixteen members of Nashville Hiking Meetup hiked three miles of paved roads on an easy beginner hike at Edwin Warner Park on Aug. 10, 2013.  Led by Skin, Health  & Beauty Examiner Kathryn Darden, the group met at...

Beginner hikes: Top 10 tips for hiking newbies (Video)

As pointed out in "Getting ready for beginner hikes," signing up for a group hike--even a beginner hike--comes with the assumption that by signing up, a hiker understands any hike will not be a slow stroll...

Getting ready for beginner hikes (Video)

If you have read about beginner hikes and think they sound like a great way to get yourself back in shape after letting yourself go for a while due to inactivity, injury, or illness, think again. Depending on your present...

Consider a Labor Day hike for a healthy holiday (Video)

Labor Day Weekend is here which for many signals the end of summer. Picnics and pool parties are popular ways to celebrate the break from our labors, but if you are looking for a healthier way to celebrate the holiday...

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