My name is Jonathan J. Williams, a 36-year-old male, and hiking is my oxygen. It is my source of life. I hike on good days and bad days for relaxation and exercise. Backpacking and camping go hand in hand with camping; the three define my life. The trails and mountains keep calling at me.
As a young guy in my early 20s, I discovered camping and backpacking, and I began exploring different terrains. As much as I do these activities as a hobby, I am also here to add value to your lives by sharing my experiences and plugs.
Our world is one magnificent nature trail that brings healing to the body and soul. Life in the cities can be a bit daunting, and if you never give yourself a chance to discover the other side, you might not appreciate life as much.
There is so much peace and tranquility on the nature trails. The mountains will teach you resilience, while the forests awaken your instincts. While hiking and camping in the woods, your instincts guide you. You can sense peace, and you can also sense danger. We are used to reading signage in the cities, and as a result, our senses are slowly dying away.
Join me on this fantastic journey, and I promise to awaken your curiosity about hiking, camping, and backpacking. I intend to share the best trails in different parts of Canada, the US, and other places around the world that I have visited or intending to visit as we move along. I will give tips fit for different groups: beginners, experienced, and professional hikers.
I will also talk a lot more about camping and backpacking. Hiking, camping, and backpacking go hand in hand. You may want to hike in far-off places on a tight budget; hence renting furnished cabins remains a luxury. Camping and backpacking come in handy in this case because you walk with your shelter and food in your backpack. I will go into finer details on how it is possible to have all the camping necessities in a backpack that you can still carry around.
When planning for hiking, camping, and backpacking escapade, the right gear is of utmost importance to keep you safe and in good shape. You need to be fit enough to enjoy many more future experiences; hence you need to take care of your body. I intend to shed more light on this topic and share excellent plugs on Amazon where you can get the right gear that will fit your budget.
Different terrains require different tools and equipment. For example, when going rock climbing, you might need to carry a rope with a hook, while a nature trail through the forest might only require a walking stick to help maneuver through the shrubs and heavy vegetation. Much more is needed to make the hiking, camping, and backpacking experience smooth. I will provide as much information as possible to help you acquire the right gear.
I look forward to addressing all your concerns about this great topic and taking the journey together. I also hope to, at one point, get the chance to hike with some of my readers and share a wonderful experience.
Keep it here for this and more exciting information about hiking, camping and backpacking. There is a lot to learn.