How to plan a festive holiday hike

Winter holidays are filled with delicious meals, desserts and sugary drinks, and often all that indulging can take a toll on our physical health. (Have you ever had a stomach ache after eating one too many pieces of Thanksgiving pie?) For this reason, holiday hikes are a popular tradition, one that can help you digest all those goodies while breathing some fresh, crisp air and spending time with loved ones.

The tradition of holiday hikes is especially appropriate during the COVID-19 pandemic, when spending time outdoors is one of the safest activities and forms of entertainment. On most trails, it’s easy to practice social distancing and avoid germ-covered surfaces. But remember to exercise caution and avoid crowded outdoor destinations.

Here are some tips for planning a festive holiday hike for this season.

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