The Walking Company Blog

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Most of us are already aware that working out, or exercising, on a daily basis, is an extremely healthy habit. Working out regularly can help prevent many ailments and can also keep you fit.
 
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Sure, you can turn up at the foot of Mt Kilimanjaro with nothing but a song in your heart and a pocket full of dreams. But you’re going to be in for a bit of a shock.
 
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With your flights and hotel booked, the luggage is the last thing stopping you from that great holiday. We know it feels like a chore, but if you follow our expert packing tips you’ll never have to worry.
 
1. Make a list
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It’s well-known that sitting all day in a sedentary job isn’t the best for your health and all the inactivity can potentially lead to serious health problems further down the track.
 
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Whether you are already a runner, a beginner that is starting out or just plain curious, trail running will make you want to leave the road behind and hit the trails.
 
Away from the busy streets is the fresh air, tranquillity and luscious beauty of nature that are sending more and more people running through the wilderness.
 Dove Lake Circuit, Cradle Mountain, Tasmania
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Tasmania is renowned for its stunning scenery, wilderness and walking trails. The Cradle Mountain offers such a large variety of trails and is one of the best features found in St Clair National Park.
 
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Make sure you aren’t leaving your feet out of your post-hike routine with these must-do foot stretches to help relieve tension and prevent injury!
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It’s the holidays and through it all, it’s very easy to forget your normal routine when you are travelling. Despite what you might have thought, it’s quite simple to keep active and stay healthy no matter what kind of trip you are taking!
Trail of the Month: Franconia Ridge Loop, New Hampshire
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The Franconia Ridge Loop, located in the Franconia Ridge Notch State Park, is one of the most magnificent hikes in the New Hampshire’s White Mountains.
 

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