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There are many things to consider while going on a long trip. You should definitely avoid the problems that are mentioned below. The long trek can be like that of Kanchenjunga Trek. (

1. Blisters

Nothing will mess your trip quicker than blisters where every step is agonizing, and no quantity of mountain peaks may stop you from focusing on the pain you feel.

Hiking in new hiking boots you haven't worn is almost asking for blisters, while it's fine to purchase new hiking boots for your TMB experience, break them. Also be sure to purchase them from the afternoon or evening when your feet are swollen, as they will be if you're hiking. I ended up with blisters on every single hike I did until I eventually gave up and purchased new ones.

Keep your hiking boots dry with a waterproof spray. If your boots get wet, you'll create friction that means blisters. It's very probable that at some point while hiking the TMB you'll be walking in the rain so bring a waterproof spray with you to maintain the moisture out of your boots. When it's raining hard, gaiters may also keep your boots dry.

Invest in a fantastic pair of socks using wicking material to keep away the moisture from the feet. Now is not the time to stock up on bargain cotton socks. Wearing cotton socks are practically asking for blisters.

Bring Compeed. If a blister does grow, I've discovered this is the ideal solution to stop additional rubbing.

2. Muscle Soreness

If you awaken and feel like an old granny or grandpa who takes 5 minutes to lift yourself out of bed, it is likely to be somewhat difficult to motivate yourself for a 6-hour hike day after day.

Adequate Training beforehand will help ensure that your muscles are prepared for the battle that awaits.

I swear, even though I hate it, a cold burst of water at the end of my shower, focusing on my sore muscles. In my case, it was my shoulders from carrying a heavy bundle. If you like the shower nozzle at the affected spot and hold it there for a minute, it is going to decrease inflammation. You can read more about cold water therapy in this study. It won't be possible for you to have a bath whilst on most long distance treks however a cold shower or bursts of cold water is possible.

A far more agreeable experience and also the #1 non-essential item I recommend bringing is a massage ball. This feels soooo great on aching shoulders, legs, feet wherever. It's cheap, does not take up much space and offers immediate relief.

Take magnesium supplements. Magnesium helps to relax the nerves and muscles. I took nutritional supplements every day while hiking and think they helped.

3. Not Choosing the Ideal Tour for You

Even though there is no ideal way to do a long distance trek, there is the simplest way for you. Carefully consider whether you would like to do an easier or more difficult version. Additionally, on some treks, you may either opt to carry your own luggage (which makes it considerably harder).

You need to pick the one best aligned with your physical fitness level.

Our 7-day tour is the easiest with ~ 4 -- 6 hours of hiking each day, the 10-day tour will be your middle option with ~ 6 hours of hiking each day, and the most difficult alternative is your 9-day option with ~ 6 1/2 hours of walking each day. Remember these times don't include breaks so expect to include at least 1 -- 2 hours for your trekking time.

When choosing your tour, be honest with yourself about your physical fitness level and abilities. You want this to be an unbelievable experience, not a painful one.

4. Sleepless Nights

This can be a problem if you have chosen dormitory accommodation in a mountain hut. While huts are usually silent (hikers are exhausted ) it's nearly a given that someone will be snoring. Luckily, this is remedied by bringing earplugs. They will make a huge difference to how well rested you'll feel.

5. Getting Hungry

One thing which surprises many trekkers is the way that light breakfasts are on some treks. For example when you hike the TMB a normal breakfast in a hut will be coffee or tea and a croissant. That is a cultural thing. Most Europeans eat considerably milder breakfasts than we do in Canada and the United States. If you are lucky, there could be a small cheese and meat dish and a bit of fruit.

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