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When you choose a hiking spot, what is the most important thing you look for?
Do you prefer desert, mountain, seaside? Some kind of water source? Unusual plants or trees? Wildlife?
I have done alot of hiking in the past and I can tell you that the first thing I look for are weather conditions. Regardless of the terrain and environment one wishes to hike within...if inclement weather hits - it can be fatal, thus destroying one's outing.
My ideal hike/walk/trek/ramble would take in mountains,woods and stream or river but I am very happy to go for them separately! Of late I've been choosing rivers to follow, consulting our UK ordnance survey maps to see if the routes are accessible.
Water that starts up high, from the hills and crags, often creates interesting shapes, especially when it hits lower ground and begins to stamp its character on the landscape.
To be beside a river as it courses its way forward is a genuine pleasure and thrill - I can well understand how explorers and other adventurers in the past have 'gone looking for the source of the Nile ' or some other great river.
It must be one of the archetypal journeys.
All of the above. I especially like hiking in the woods; you never know what you may see. I have lots of photos of what I saw as unusual plants then I research to try to identify them when I get home.
waterfalls. It makes for beautiful scenery and usually some good exercise.
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