How to outfit yourself like a pro on your next hike
Whether you're new to hiking or a seasoned outdoor enthusiast, it's crucial to outfit yourself properly for the trails. Temperatures fluctuate depending on where you're exploring and what kind of hike you'll be taking on.
Whether it's a fall hike, or you're heading up into elevation, you'll need to accommodate for colder temperatures than what you might have grown accustomed to over the hotter months.
That's why we've curated a list of the pro gear you'll need, organized according to your level of expertise. If you want to partake in some autumn adventures, outfit yourself for success with these must-have items.
See the full article by Sarah Pitts on Chicago Tribune's website here.
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