With so much that is cancelled or closed due to the pandemic, more people are planning to go to nature for solace, recreation, and respite from cramped quarters. Recreational activities such as walking, cycling and jogging will be possible soon. Whenever it happens, you should respect social distancing, currently defined as keeping at least 1.5 metres from others whenever possible.
Whether you want to go deep into the mountains or stay closer to home, the places to go are numerous; many national parks offer broad networks for trails. Hiking and mountaineering in Serbia will make you both healthier and happier.
To determine what you need to bring on a hike, think about how far you plan to go, how remote the location is and what the weather forecast has in store. In general, the longer and/or more remote the hike and the more inclement the weather, the more clothing, gear, food and water you’re going to want.
Here are some advices.
Base black mesh bomber jacket
Women’s Hillwalker Interactive Waterproof Jacket
Women’s Short Sleeve Capilene Cool Lwt Shirt
Tie-dyed printed cotton sweatshirt
Tie-dyed shell shorts
Women’s Wildfire GORE-TEX Shoes
Adam Selman Sport
Blue leopard-print leggings
The North Face
Women’s Pro Tights
The North Face
Activist FUTURELIGHT Walking Women’s Shoes
Squeeze Water Filter System
Corbeck Wind Smock Men’s
Prism Polartec Interactive Fleece Vest Men’s
Zeta FL Jacket Men’s
Luzon 24L Backpack
GPS Handheld and Satellite Communicator
Pelion Polo Shirt Men’s
Renegade Convertible Pants Men’s
Fenix 6X Pro Solar Multisport GPS Watch
Norvan LD 2 Shoe Men’s
Outback 500 GTX
Co-op Quarter Dome 3 Tent