Strategies when facing a gap
Between a rock and a hard place
If it is a bear on a mountain or one in the office wearing a full suit and tie, hiking can help us learn how to face them better
Keeping social distance
Hikers are learning new habits when approaching both villages and shelters
“Burn the bridges” hiker
Making sure quitting is not an option...
Road rage vs healing trails
After a few minutes in heavy traffic many drivers experience road rage. Walking can help us feel very different
Dealing with expectations when hiking
Expectations comes in many forms - some of them are our own, in our backpack - other expectations are from those around us
Hiking between high and low habits
Are they a bit like places... or maybe more like paths?
Appreciating what we have
Often we focus on what we lack, instead of what we have
Conflicts around the edge
Some conflicts are all about perspective - drawing on thrive and hiking
House swallows hiker… again
Hiking and homesickness
The feeling of being back home after a hike illustration
Reach out by walking together
Connect by walking together
Can hiking solve global problems?
When you walk, you can only carry a little, and only take one step at the time - just those two things can really make a great difference to anybody's understanding, after a few days