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Best Hiking Shoes

Long rigorous walks along the countryside, climbing hills and all such adventurous activities are referred to under the blanket term of ‘Hiking’. In India the most popular hiking places are located all throughout the map, the most visited places are located in Himachal Pradesh, Manali, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Sikkim and Andhra Pradesh. The important factor to keep into consideration is the supplies one carries along with them during hiking trips. However, the most important of all of these factors are the shoes one decides to wear through it. Canvas shoes, no matter how comfortable they are, are not at all a safe option while hiking. So, here is a list of the top 5 hiking shoes one should consider to rock while on a hiking trip:

  • Hiking Shoes: A lot like running shoes, these shoes are lightweight and have a flexible sole which is preferred for hiking and climbing. It provides extra protection to the foot and are superb for warm weather as they have proper material for insulation to happen. The last thing one would want at the end of a trekking trip is a smelly foot.

  • Trek Boots: The high end version of hiking shoes, these boots provide with proper padding and cushioning for the foot and an added protection for the ankle which is just right for a long climb. The upper layers are usually made up of leather, suede or a synthetic material. The only con of these shoes are that they are usually not as light as hiking shoes.

  • Expedition Boots: Designed for climbing adventures, these shoes last longer than either hiking shoes or trek boots as they are designed in a way that lets the trekker to take the climb head-on and have a tough rubber protruding sole.

Having covered the best kind of hiking shoes, the next step is to choose ones’ brand. The most popular, voted and reviewed companies for trekking shoes are:

  • Merell Moab Ventilator shoes: Water resistant, flexible sole, ventilated with an air conditioned mid-sole, these shoes are a top choice for any trekker.

  • Salomon Speedcross: Water resistant with mud guard, quick-lace system and light-weight construction. It is any trekker’s dream

  • The North Face Ultra: a light weight platform, durable construction combined with extra foot protection, these shoes prove to be a good companion during any trek.

  • Adidas Outdoor Terrex Swift: It is light, fast and easy on the ground. Athletic in nature, it is lighter than any other trekking shoe which is one of it cons too. It cannot be trusted for rigorous adventures.

  • Keen Targhee: Lighter that trekking boots, it has all the comfort of one. It provides extra support to the ankle region and has a rear pull up. Added to that is the extra rubber protection toe cap, waterproof leather and a foam footbed to provide extra comfort while on the trek.

Other brands that must be checked out before one zeroes-in on any other option are Quechua, Nike, Puma, Timberland, Wildcraft and Red-Chief.

Trekking tips for Beginners

Trekking is one of the most exhilarating outdoor sports. Ranging from long, extraneous walks to climbing mountains, all come under trekking. It may sound simple but, it is not meant to be taken lightly and is not for novices. As a beginner, one must take several factors into consideration before setting their foot outside. Here is a comprehensive list for the beginners:

  • The Place: As a beginner, one should start off with an easy trek. Making good use of the internet, one should look and sign up for an easy trekking trip which would accommodate them into the sport and not scare them off.

  • Physical Ailments: One should be sure of their health and be aware that the sport doesn’t harm their health in any way. Trekking is an extreme sport and is not meant for the weak-hearted.

  • The Clothes: Wearing too much, rather than too little is always the safest way to play this game. At any moment it would be preferred to take off a layer than go through the torment of freezing to death. Wool or fleece is always the preferred material while on a trek while cotton should be avoided at all costs. A headgear is always a must as it protects against the sun and the rain.

  • The Backpack: The backpack is the ultimate resort for the trekker. All major factors should be taken into consideration before and while packing the bag. An ideal backpack would have sunglasses, sleeping bag, first aid kit, a knife, insect repellant, a flashlight, lip-balm, bear-spray and a watch on the top of their list.

  • Food Supplies: As a beginner, it is imperative to understand that it is better to have a surplus of food and water than a shortage. Trekking requires a lot of energy and having lightweight heavy energy providing food is a necessity while on the trip. Water is furthermore important as the chances of getting dehydrated runs high while performing any sort of adventure sport.

  • Research and Schedule: A proper research should be conducted about the place one is about to visit. It would provide the trekker with an idea as to what he should be expecting in case of the climate and what he/she should be carrying. Following a proper schedule is imperative on trips as one doesn’t ever wish to be left stranded amidst the forest in the middle of the night.

  • Sunscreen: Not only does it keep the skin protected from unwanted tanning, applying sunscreen protects the skin from the UV rays of the sun. It is considered important because the trekker would be exposed to the sun for long hours of the day.

  • Budget: It is important that the trekker select a package in accordance to their budget which is worth the deal as well.

  • Accessories: Some of the lesser important things to carry that might just slip off of the trekker’s mind are the accessories. A camera, binoculars and umbrella re some such products.

  • Limitations: An important factor is that the trekker be aware of his/her limitations. When feeling nauseous or uncomfortable, tell the companions, ask for help. It is always better for everyone to deal with their fatigue while it can be helped.

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