Hiking in November
- It’s Hunting Season! It’s important to know if you are hiking in spaces where hunting is permitted. If so, it’s smart to wear bright orange. And if you hike with your furry friend, keep them on a leash, and think about getting them their own orange gear. It’s also helpful to avoid hiking at dawn and dusk when hunters and animals are most active. If you’re hunting and camping this month, then check out our lightweight tent, https://www.warmlite.com/product/two-person-tent/, and our warm, 850 Goose Down sleeping bag https://www.warmlite.com/product/quick-ship-light-blue-64-sleeping-bag/ to help keep you comfortable in the backcountry. It’s important to stay visible and warm while out hunting, so check out our gear to see what best suits your needs.
- November is an odd time for weather, especially at higher altitudes. Check your local weather forecast to know what to expect, but it’s smart to bring a waterproof jacket with you (check out the Warmlite jacket here: https://www.warmlite.com/product/quick-ship-large-red-rain-jacket-with-hood/). Rain or snow is always possible during this Fall to Winter transition, and it’s always better to be prepared and comfortable than unprepared and wet! We also have lots of vapor barrier gear to help keep you warm (and it makes a great gift)! https://www.warmlite.com/product/vapor-barrier-gift-basket/
- November is a beautiful time to hike and camp, here’s an article on some of the best Fall hiking spots in the U.S.: https://www.cntraveler.com/gallery/the-best-fall-hiking-trails-in-the-us. We love finding new places to hike, so please share any suggestions below. We’d love to see your beautiful Fall photos with your Warmlite gear!
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Have a safe November, and don’t forget to check out our site to look into warmer gear as the temperature drops.