Getting outside for a fall hike amongst the colorful foliage is a wonderful way to get exercise and give you a positive boost. As warm summer weather dwindles, the now cooler autumn days and nights require a shift in clothing choices for outdoor activities.
Fortunately, staying warm and comfortable playing outside or going on an autumn hike or walk is easy to do.
Simply follow these top five tips that work for both adults and kids.
Remember, there's no bad weather, only bad clothing choices. If you dress for success with these five tips, your fall hikes will be an absolute pleasure.
Send us your fall hiking photos or post them on social media with #GetOutside.
Now get hiking!
4/16/2019 05:37:09 am
I thought about buying some longarm quilt shirts for my son's graduation to give him an article of clothing he can layer with during cold weather. Thanks for the tip that I should avoid buying some cotton shirts for him so I might ask for other fabrics if I'm having them custom-made. Since there's no such thing as bad weather, I'm sure that he'll be able to use the shirt on other days as well.
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