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#Hiking post rules and format

Preferably posts, pics, discussion about you and your hikes.

Blogs, articles, and surveys are forbidden because we already know how to use Google to find that stuff.

Blog, Fundraising posts, surveys and/or any self promotion is not allowed. Please remember to practice good reddiquette, we are all here out of a love of the outdoors!

If posting a picture/video you must use this format in the title:

[Your text.] [Most Specific place], [Specific place], [General place], [COUNTRY].


Summit of Half-Dome, Yosemite National Park, California, USA

All photos must be your own Original Content

#Related Subreddits

  • /r/Backpacking <-For travel backpackers (largely international)

  • /r/Bushcraft <- Techniques, history, and discussion of traditional survival skills

  • /r/CampingandHiking <- For multiday camping/hiking trips

  • /r/CampingGear <- General discussion board for camping gear, though not necessarily focused on hiking/backpacking

  • /r/Hammocks <- Lightweight tent alternatives!

  • /r/NationalPark <- Dedicated to discussions and information about the US National Park system.

  • /r/Outdoors <- Outdoor recreation: keeping humans fit, fed and happy for thousands of years.

  • /r/TrailRunning

  • /r/Ultralight <- Ultralight gear discussions, a great resource for saving weight (and your back)

  • /r/WildernessBackpacking <- General discussion of multiday backpacking in wilderness areas

  • /r/AdventurePhotography <- Another resource for adventure/outdoor/hiking related photos.

  • /r/Snowshoeing <- Keep the hiking adventures going all year round!

  • /r/Highpointers <- Peak bagging the highest point in all 50 states!

#Helpful Links

If you are new to hiking, we are excited that you've taken interest in the outdoors and want to explore it!

In the interest of preserving our natural resources so that we may enjoy them for generations to come, please read up on the Leave No Trace principles and help be a good steward to the land.

The most common phrases the members use:

shenandoah national park
hong kong

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