H.I.K.E Do You Know What It Means?
Hiking out in Inyo National Forest and the Eastern Sierras is so much fun. You realize how vast nature really is. Here are a few reminders of things to do or bring when headed for a hike. To be safe when hiking, just remember the word “Hike.” Have a plan, Inform someone where you’re headed and when you plan on coming back and try to stay on an established trail. Keep a good flashlight and a whistle with you. Eat sufficiently and carry a good amount of water with you, (minimum of 1 quart every 2 hours). When hiking in a group, each member of the group should carry some water and food in case the party becomes separated. Minor and or moderate health/medical issues can be easily increased by hiking up the steep Valley trails, be cautious of your condition. And always wear a good pair of hiking shoes with solid support. Pack in what you brought and pack it in when leave, leave no trash behind. Lastly, enjoy the open doors!
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