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Long - Distance Hiking
Longer journeys require careful planning and equipment choices. Hiking a long trail like the Pacific Crest Trail, the Continental Divide Trail or the Appalachian Trail are life-time ambition's of most tru-hikers.
Such long hikes are life changers. The tru-hiker will end the excursion a different person from the one who started walking, one step at the time, a month or more back. The transformation will impact the appreciation you have, for the wilderness and relationships to others.
The best chance you have to a happy ending is to prepare, organize and know what to expect before hand, and a good place to start is to read this book and consult with really experienced tru-hikes and ask for advice.
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Dealing with the basic plan of how to plan and organize for a long distance hiking trip.
2013, 1st edition, paperback, 210 pages, b&w PHOTOS AND ILLUSTRATIONS.
Choosing food and strategic supply spots.
Selecting footwear and equipment
Staying healthy, and sane.
Preventing and treating injuries and illnesses.
Dealing with the wilderness and the weather.
Managing your needs.
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