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"Blissful Hiking" - 5 new articles

  1. Our First Quarterly Newsletter!
  2. A Thanksgiving Recipe Trailside
  3. Some Gear Favs from Blissful Hiking
  4. No Matter the Trips and Miles – You are Always a Newbie
  5. Celebrating 50 Years of our National Scenic Trails
  6. More Recent Articles

Our First Quarterly Newsletter!

Introducing Blissful Hiking's FIRST Quarterly newsletter! Four times a year we will be sending via email a newsletter highlighting the best from our hiking blog plus other fun stuff, pictures, wisdom, and more.  Take a look at our inaugural first newsletter  with gear ideas, a recipe for a holiday trailside dinner, trail safety during hunting season, and more. Subscribe to the  

A Thanksgiving Recipe Trailside

When you are out hiking for days, weeks, even months on end, thoughts of food occupy your mind day and night. So it was on our adventure on the Appalachian Trail. Knowing you are burning upwards of 4-6,000 calories per day hiking, it's nearly impossible to carry that much food to satisfy your need for nutrition. And eating meals trailside, day after day, one looks for creative ways to get the  

Some Gear Favs from Blissful Hiking

Here are some of Blissful Hiking's favorite gear picks; it has not changed, I STILL love this stuff... :)The Evernew water bottle. Compatible with the Sawyer squeeze filter (see below which has blown out my Platypus and a substitution for the Sawyer bags which also fail. Bombproof, works great.Socks are a hiker's best friend, and it might as well be a pair that works great and lasts  

No Matter the Trips and Miles – You are Always a Newbie

I was so excited to hit the trail again. It had been severalmonths since my car accident that had caused major back issues. I had been outonce for an overnight during the summer, but for a few quick miles. I was readyto hit the trail for some fairly good walking and cover about 70 miles in fourdays. It had been a trail I’d done so many times, I had it memorized. Thegraded Appalachian
    

Celebrating 50 Years of our National Scenic Trails

What a great country we live in, full of beauty in both natureand in humankind. And what better way to experience it all than through a hike,long or short, on a National Scenic Trail. 2018 marks the golden anniversary of this great trail system. So what sets a National Scenic Trail apart? To earn thisrevere designation, the trail must be over 100 miles and reveal outstanding beauty,
    

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