Trekking is a great outdoor sport for many people. It arouses in most a heightened appreciation a greater appreciation of nature. It is the perfect weekend or even day time activity to get away from the hustle and bustle of modern city life, and has proven time and time again to be a great way for friends and families to participate in an activity together.
One of the things that most trekkers admit to after years on the trial is that they were never really ready during their first trek. It seems that most people on their first hikes are ill-equipped and ill-attired to tackle trails and mountains.
While trekking is one of those outdoor hobbies that does not require an exquisite set of skills, save for good balance, endurance, and gait, it still remains that there things pointers that can make your trekking experience be it for the first time or not a lot more enjoyable.
Location First of all, you do have to know where you are going. If you are going for an easy stroll with other experienced trekkers, you will not have to worry too much about this. Your leaders will probably know the area well and will have sufficient skills to get you to the top and...