HIKE Smart Pack: HIKE Smart, HIKE for Health and Fitness, and Hiking from A to Z
HIKE Smart: Enjoy Happy Trails and Stay Out of Harm’s Way
Master the Art of Hiking Smart
Don’t hike like a touron (tourist/moron). Get bliss not blisters. Hiking Expert John McKinney shares what’s trail sense and what’s nonsense.
Get easy-to-remember pointers on how to set the right pace, safely cross a stream, hike in hot weather and cold.
Find out how to gear-up and dress for hiking success, how to stay on the trail, and what to do—and never do—if you get lost.
Learn the best ways to thwart mosquitoes, avoid poison oak and ivy, and what to do if you cross paths with a snake or bear.
Complete with The Trailmaster’s tips for hikers of all abilities and ways trailwise veterans can share how to hike with newbies.
HIKE for Health and Fitness: Slim Down, Shape Up, and Reconnect with Nature
Get Healthier Outdoors. Take a Hike!
Look and feel better, one step at a time. Hiking Expert John McKinney shows you how to fit hiking into your busy life.
Learn the “Ten Ways Hiking Improves Your Health” and why a walk in nature is better for you than a walk in the city.
Find out how to select the right hiking gear and apparel, choose a trail and set your pace, get fit and have fun.
Go from feeling stressed to feeling blessed. Discover the best ways to restore body, mind and spirit.
Complete with The Trailmaster’s Hiking Fitness Program.
Hiking from A to Z: A Dictionary of Words and Terms Used by Hikers
What’s a touron? A McLeod? A duck?
Don’t get left in the proverbial dust by a poor hiker vocabulary! Hiking Expert John McKinney helps you master hiker jargon with this easy-to-use reference.
Get all the hiker words you need to know from Alpine to Treeline to Zipline and the true meaning of the expression “Take a hike!”
Learn to camel-up, post-hole and peak-bag, how to avoid the Face Plant and coming down with a case of “Nature Deficit Disorder.”
Amaze friends with your ability to spell-out differences between hypothermia and hyperthermia and identify 36 types of trails.
Complete with The Trailmaster’s provocative essay, “The Hiker Defined and Redefined” and a guide to “British English for Hikers.”