7 Trekking Tips For Senior Citizens

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Consult With A Healthcare Professional

A thorough medical check-up will help identify potential health risks and ensure that travellers are physically prepared for the challenges of trekking. 


Trekking Routes

 It’s advisable to start with shorter and less strenuous trails, gradually increasing the difficulty level as confidence and fitness improve.

Pack Wisely And Lightly

Consider investing in trekking poles or walking sticks to provide additional stability and support on uneven terrain. 

Packing essentials

Take Regular Breaks

Take frequent breaks to rest, hydrate, and admire the surroundings. 

Stay Hydrated And Nourished

 Pack nutritious snacks such as energy bars, nuts, and dried fruits to fuel your body and replenish lost nutrients during the trek. 

Staying hydrated to avoid fatigue

Respect Your Body’s Limits

Don’t hesitate to adjust your plans or turn back if you experience any signs of exhaustion, dizziness, or discomfort. 

Enjoy The Journey

Practice mindfulness and stay present in the moment, focusing on each step and each breath.

Compiled By Himani Verma

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