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One Trekking Pole or Two? Inquiring Minds Want to Know!

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One Trekking Pole or Two? Inquiring Minds Want to Know!

by Jun 20, 2019Hiking, Hiking Gear, Outdoor Activities, Sports, and Gear2 comments

In which I definitvely answer the (recent) question that’s been plaguing my marriage: One trekking pole or two? So…is there a right answer? And why use trekking poles at all?

One trekking pole or two why use trekking poles hiking poles

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I’m starting to add some posts about PNW hikes, kayaking, and other activities I’ve done on my outdoor activities page.

One or two hiking poles? What do you prefer? Get involved in our argument! Let me know what you think in the comments.

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Cheryl
Cherylhttps://www.pnwbeyond.com
Cheryl lives in the small Norwegian-esque town of Poulsbo, WA with her spouse, one of two young adult daughters, an old mutt, and a Siamese cat. She was an Occupational Therapist, but she'd rather be writing -- right now, she's juggling several blogs because, apparently, she loves it, and plans to get back to writing this one soon. She loves many things: reading, travel, kayaking, meditation, but lately she's been doing much in the way of crafts.
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