Hikerholic Guide

Inspiration and wisdom for your hike and outdoor adventures. Lets venture into the unknown, intriguing and curiously wild.
Hiking boots
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Best Waterproof Women’s Hiking Boots

There are so many options when looking for the best waterproof Women’s hiking boots for your next hiking trip. To help you sift through the large selection of boots available, I have prepared a review of the best waterproof women’s hiking boots on Amazon. The review will have an overall rating that will be based […]

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Zion National Park April
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Hiking Zion in April- Guide to Hiking Zion National Park in Spring

Zion National Park is a lovely place to visit during spring. April is many people’s favorite time of the year to hike in the Zions. During Spring, Zion is not very crowded, the trees are bright green and the weather, mild and encouraging.  If you are planning on going to Zion National Park this Spring, […]

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Best Trekking Pole Review: The 6061 Alluminum Alloy Telescopic Stick

In a previous post, where we went through lessons in trekking that can be learned from trekking to the South pole  got us thinking: Having good gear is essential for you to enjoy that next hiking trip.  That led us to the 6061 Alluminum Alloy Telescopic Stick. Where price meets great design and manufacturing. With […]

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Top 5 Best Trekking Poles 2018 – Plan for Your Next Adventure

When hiking and Camping, it is essential that you have the best trekking poles to ensure  that your hiking adventure is memorable, fulfilling and safe. Below is a review of the best trekking poles available. 5. NatureHike Folding Ultralight Alpenstocks: This pole is praised for its light weight and easy to fold away when not […]

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man staring at mountain view beautiful
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Climbing a Mountain- 3 Lessons Learned from 105 day trek to the South Pole.

Why would anyone put himself under the harsh and unforgiving conditions of climbing a mountain? This is the same question that Ben Saunders asked himself when he was undertaking the 105 day trek to the South pole. He had to muster Within himself  the motivation to start the the expedition which he knew would be a grueling climb […]

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