This summer we’ve seen a record-breaking heatwave in the southwest corner of the US with temperatures up to 113 degrees Fahrenheit, but what’s going to happen to you outside in these conditions? Well, you might just melt like all of those Arizona mailboxes. So don’t let the heat get the best of you!
While hiking might seem like the perfect activity to do on a sunny summer day (not in 113+ degrees Fahrenheit), the sun can actually cause intense heat, which can be painful or dangerous if you aren't careful. Managing the heat is paramount when you're trekking the day away. Here are our tips for hiking in hot weather.