Why There’s Nothing Quite Like Golden Hour Hiking In The French Alps
“Often in the mountains, we get caught up in doing. Running this trail, riding that park, competing in this event, climbing that face. Simply going out for a hike can seem like too little action, not pushing ourselves enough, not beating a personal best. But I think, in all honesty, that’s exactly why we need it.
Hiking allows us to slow ourselves. There’s no need to be the best, to push ourselves to exhaustion, to be the strongest or the fastest. It allows us to tackle a trail at our own pace, reaching the top for personal satisfaction without clinging to a competitive outcome.”