Hike The World Blog

We Hike To Heal

A few months ago, The Hike the World team led a hike for women's empowerment on behalf of The Outdoor Journal Tour a...

Trail Therapy by Angelina

I really began to need trail time—both mentally and physically. I felt so at peace out there.

Hiking Your Way to Health by Jaclyn Jacobsen

In January 2009 I hit another roadblock. I was diagnosed with Guillain-Barre Syndrome. GBS is an autoimmune disease t...

I'm Not a Hiker, But I Walked a Thousand Miles by Beth Jusino

In honor of The Outdoor Journal Tour's March Women's Empowerment and Wellness campaign #wehiketoheal, we wanted to sh...

Ambassador Introduction: Angelina

"Hiking is a very important part of my life.  Growing up as an amputee I was often told what my limits were." - Angel...

Building Community on the Trails: November

Every Hike the World adventure is unique. Our community hikes are no exception.  Organizing just the right hike for ...

Tales from the Trail Part 1

At Hike the World, we believe in sharing stories and shining a light on the faces behind the trail. What makes people...

Hiking Through Grief: Laura's Story

Why do we include mental health awareness in our Hike the World mission statement? Because both of us have experience...

The Nature Conservancy

  We chose the Nature Conservancy for our first highlighted charity because they are one of the largest organization...

The Faces Behind Hike the World

  We decided to build a brand and a community that meant something to hikers around the world. A brand that inspire...
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This Month's Charity

5% of this month's profits go towards The New Weis Center in Ringwood, NJ.

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