From the bloggers at The Kellogg Show.
I love hiking, I really do, it’s great for my mind, my body and my soul. It is great for staying fit and, my favorite, it is uber cheap, even free if you aren’t a gear junkie.
I have a few parameters, though, when it comes to hiking. I must have a destination, hiking a loop is excruciatingly boring. It must be challenging enough to be worth my time, I want to be sore the next day. And it must promise something fun and cool at the end, a great view, a waterfall, a swimming spot, it doesn’t matter, but I need a goal.
I prefer hiking in lesser known areas, hitting a hike where there are gazillions of “groups” and dogs and people is not why we head out into the great wilderness.
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