Trekking experiences for girls

Many people believe that trekking is too hard, not suitable for women. But in the last 1-2 years, the trekking troupes of sisters have been increasing.
The places chosen for trekking are usually mountainous areas or villages away from plains and cities, inconvenient transportation, no roads for cars and motorcycles. These destinations are often not named on the map, but only go to places you know and discover special things.
It can never be less than 2 days and can last for a month depending on your time and plan. A trekking plan usually starts with a car or motorbike to get to the nearest area to explore. Then, along with a few cadastral and topographic maps, you will begin the first steps of the walking journey. The path will lead you through primeval forests, high mountains with dense vegetation, peaceful villages in the early sunshine.

According to the study, every healthy normal person is able to walk up to 15km / day, but about 10km starts to get tired with the speed reduced to half. Your schedule should not be too long in a day. You should also divide your journey reasonably, on the days when you have to cross the terrain of streams, passes, and rugged roads, the journey should be shorter.
In the first 2 hours, go until your calf muscles are tired, rest for about 5 minutes and then continue. Take a break until the muscles near recovery and then leave. This stage is the warm-up period for your trip, you should not rush to this stage. With light backpacks, take a short rest and leave immediately because your muscles are fully accustomed to bearing body weight so the pressure on the muscles does not increase significantly. If the backpack is heavy, you have to rest for about 5 – 10 minutes and then go.

According to the study, every healthy normal person is able to walk up to 15km / day, but about 10km starts to get tired with the speed reduced to half. Your schedule should not be too long in a day. You should also divide your journey reasonably, on the days when you have to cross the terrain of streams, passes, and rugged roads, the journey should be shorter.
In the first 2 hours, go until your calf muscles are tired, rest for about 5 minutes and then continue. Take a break until the muscles near recovery and then leave. This stage is the warm-up period for your trip, you should not rush to this stage. With light backpacks, take a short rest and leave immediately because your muscles are fully accustomed to bearing body weight so the pressure on the muscles does not increase significantly. If the backpack is heavy, you have to rest for about 5 – 10 minutes and then go.