What To Bring: Fall Hike

What To Bring: Fall Hike

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The air is crisp and cool, and the trees are changing colors! Fall is the perfect time to get in a great hike before the temperature drops. Here are some items that will aid you in your adventures that you may not have thought to bring along. Happy trails!


1. Mio Energy Pro Heart Rate Watch

A super cool watch, that will help you keep track of time (and how hard your body is working!) on your hike. 

2. Carson Optical TD-842ED Binocular

These binoculars would be great for sightseeing!

3. Trademark Global Rite Edge Custom Classic Stainless Pocket Knife-- 4"

A high-quality knife is great for many different uses on hikes, especially if you're going on a trek for a few days!

4. Banana Boat Sport Performance Active Dry Protect Sunblock Lotion

Even when it's cloudy, it's really important to have a sweat-resistant sunscreen on to protect against those rays!

5. Crasins Trail Mix

Keep your energy up for long endurance with a mix of nuts and dried fruit!

6. Giant Motorola MT350R FRS Two-Way Weatherproof Radio Pair

Really though, who WOULDN'T want to bring these along?! If you're planning a big group hike, make sure you keep track of one another!

7. New Wave Enviro Eastar BPA Free 2.2 Liter Resuable Water Bottle

This water bottle doesn't contain the harmful chemical BPA, is reusable, and is easy to clip on your backpack. 

8. Clif Bar Mojo Peanut Butter Pretzel

Delicious and providing essential calories for those long, endurance hikes!

9. Johnson's All-Purpose First Aid Kit

It's always best to be prepared! This kit has all the basic essentials for first-aid, should a small accident happen.

10. Garmin GPSMAP 62ST 2.6" Waterproof Hanheld Navigator with Topo Maps

Lightweight and waterproof, avoid getting lost with this handheld navigator! Bonus: 20 hours of battery life!

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