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Hiking sticks

Since the 1990s, when the majority of American hikers regarded them as a curiosity, the usage of hiking poles has skyrocketed. In fact, the majority of guided excursions either call for or allow the use of hiking poles.

We strongly advise utilizing a pair of trekking poles or hiking sticks if you routinely walk or hike. At Addnature we have a wide variety of hiking poles and hiking sticks available.


When moving downhill, poles help with balance and considerably reduce wear and tear on your legs (especially your knees). But walking, which is among the nicest and most straightforward exercises you can perform, is also made healthier by using poles. Sure, poles prevent injuries and decrease impact, but they also give your entire upper body a workout.

Trekking poles have long been a useful tool for serious hikers. Hiking poles have specific benefits even on simple hikes, in addition to offering stability when carrying a heavy weight or navigating uneven terrain. When going downhill, they greatly lessen the weight and stress on the ankle, hips and knees, and are excellent for establishing a rhythm. As with the majority of hiking and trekking equipment, weighing weight and toughness is the primary factor.

What to look for

Use these steps to maximize the use of hiking staff or trekking poles:

  1. Either one or two: To begin, decide whether you want a single hiking staff or a set of trekking poles.
  2. Choose the proper length: When the pole tips contact the ground, your elbow should be bent 90 degrees.
  3. Select features: Just a few of the characteristics and options that will influence your purchasing decision are shock absorption, adjustability, foldability, weight, and locking systems (for adjustable poles).
  4. Find out how to use poles: You'll be on your way if you know a few useful tricks. Like how to use poles to navigate path hazards.

It should be noted that despite the apparent rationality of walking staffs and trekking poles as urban walking aids, you should never purchase them in place of a cane from a healthcare supply store. Trekking poles and trekking staffs are basically for individuals who are physically capable of traversing arduous wilderness terrain.

Hiking poles aren't inexpensive. You'll need reliable poles for your safety on a trip. If you'll only use them sometimes, get cheaper ones. Dedicated hikers should get versions with premium features. The commitment over time is merely a few bucks a year or pennies per mile.