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OUTDOOR EQUIPMENT - WHAT DO YOU REALLY NEED?

Good hiking equipment does not only include a light and padded backpack. Rainwear is also part of it, as it reliably protects you from possible showers. If you get caught in a spontaneous downpour, a light rain cape is always at hand. There are a number of models that are very light and fit perfectly into the side pockets of your rucksack. You can also add a rain cover to your rucksack. Some models come with one, others you can buy separately.

Of course, don't forget to bring plenty of liquids, whether for short or long distances. Especially during sporting activities, you will be very thirsty and should provide your body with plenty of fluids. Look for a suitable container in the form of a bottle or hydration bladder that you can place in your backpack. By the way, thermos flasks are particularly suitable for cold hiking days.

WHAT HIKING EQUIPMENT DO YOU NEED FOR OVERNIGHT STAYS?

The ideal trekking equipment should include a headlamp for the evening. When the sun goes down, it will help you find your way in the twilight or at night. It is especially comfortable to have both hands free during your hikes. Do you also want to spend the night outdoors? Then make sure you have an appropriate sleeping bag to protect you from the cold, rain and especially the cold of the ground. A sleeping bag is essential for your outdoor equipment. Equally important are an insulating mat and the appropriate tent, which must also be easy to transport. Therefore, when buying, also pay attention to the weight!

As an electronic helper, you can get yourself an outdoor watch. You can use it to track your detailed hiking progress, set new routes and even monitor your fitness. Many watches have a built-in GPS receiver so you can always find your way. If an altimeter is integrated into the watches, they are a practical outdoor accessory that is guaranteed to help you.

ACCESSORIES FOR YOUR FOOD ON THE ROAD

For your multi-day tours, an appropriate outdoor kitchen is particularly useful. You probably won't be able to buy anything to eat in the great outdoors, so you'll have to cook for yourself. With a camping cooker, light crockery and cutlery, as well as durable food, you can easily provide for yourself wherever you go. When choosing, make sure your utensils are light and compact, as you will also need to fit them into your rucksack.

ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF OUTDOOR EQUIPMENT

Your hiking gear doesn't have to lack for anything. Because of the large selection of utensils, you can be prepared for any situation. Accordingly, the right equipment offers you some advantages and disadvantages, which we have listed in detail.

ADVANTAGES:

  • everything from kitchen utensils to GPS watches available
  • Very light and compact outdoor equipment
  • the complete equipment can be adapted to the weather conditions and hike

DISADVANTAGES:

  • Hiking equipment has to be put together specifically for the upcoming tour
  • additional luggage in the rucksack

PREPARE HIKES WITH THE RIGHT OUTDOOR EQUIPMENT

You should always prepare all your hikes carefully. You need the right clothes, some hiking accessories and, for tours lasting several days, the appropriate sleeping and cooking utensils. Therefore, everything should be as small, handy and light as possible. For multi-day tours, consider the weight you need to take with you. Fully loaded and overly heavy backpacks can quickly interfere with your outdoor adventure. However, it is important that you are prepared for all weather conditions. You should think carefully about what you need every day. It is best to make a packing list. This will help you keep track of everything and prepare you for your adventure.

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