By An Trieu January 8, 2022
Plan Ahead & Prepare.
Travel & Camp on Durable Surfaces.
Leave What You Find.
Dispose of Waste Properly.
Minimize Campfire Impacts.
Be Considerate of Other Visitors.
Washington Trail Association
Hikers coming uphill have the right of way
Stay on trail!
Keep noise or music low volume.
Make yourself known. Nod or say hi.
Too slow? Step away and let others pass
Banh mi, sandwiches, burritos
Energy bars, snacks, fruits, candies
Reusable water bottles with filter
Water bottles or,
Always bring extra food & water!
Wear or bring extra layer (always) because weather can change quickly
Windbreaker or light jacket
Face & body sunscreen
First Aid Kit
Phone & charger
Let At Least One Person Know Your Whereabout Before Hiking
- Trail Name & Who You're With
Or Invest in a GPS
- Estimated Duration of Hike