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Being outdoors in the fresh air is healthier than ever right now. As we navigate this pandemic, we’ve learned that it’s also safer to be outside where the air is constantly moving.
Hiking is a fun outdoor activity, and it’s a great way to get your heart rate up, manage your weight, reduce stress and lift your mood. From a light stroll on a flat trail to a more challenging terrain, almost anyone can find a hike that suits their preferences.
Before you head out on your hike though, there are some things to consider. This could make the difference between a great hiking experience and a not-so-great one. Here are 10 tips to plan your next hike:
Want to move more? Spend time outdoors? Breathe in some fresh air? Join us on an 8-week journey to explore the outdoors and tackle fun, weekly challenges to get your whole group moving! Learn more about the Healthy Driven Take a Hike! Challenge.
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