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The Most Extreme Hikes that Call for a Survival Strap

The outdoors is a way of life and while a simple stroll among rolling hills may be enough for most, for others it just won’t do. If you love the outdoors but need to get your adrenaline fix by tackling nature’s extreme settings, then we have the ideal list for you. These hiking spots around the globe challenge a select few brave souls who are willing to endure the elements for bragging rights. You don’t have to go at it alone! Arm yourself with the military grade paracord survival bracelet by Survival Straps to ensure you’re ready for whatever these hikes have in store.

Mount Hua Shan, China

With its highest peak topping out at over seven thousand feet, Mt. Hua Shan offers you a number of challenging trails, some of which involve using old wooden boards on the outside of the mountain. Imagine standing on a piece of wood thousands of feet above the ground while you hold on to just a rope or piece of climbing chain. Did we mention that you’re only standing on a piece of wood? If you ever needed a helping hand, this would be it. Take along your Survival Strap to prepare you for whatever surprises the trail may have.

Huayna Picchu, Peru

When it comes to a bucket list hike in Peru, Machu Picchu gets all of the glory. While the guided tours of Machu Picchu are everything they are made out to be, the real fun begins after you visit the ancient city. Huayna Picchu, also known as the Hike of Death, is waiting for you with crumbling stone steps, jagged edges, and extreme elevation climbs that come out of nowhere. Sound tempting? Lace up your Survival Strap because this is one hike that you don’t want to take chances on. Is it worth it? Absolutely. The view from the top is simply breathtaking.

Drakensberg Traverse, South Africa

This is a hike that wastes no time in thinning the herd. To begin, you must climb up (very high up) two unstable chain-link ladders. If you can’t get past this part, then you won’t want to see what the rest of this trail has waiting for you. This is a hike with no trail, just checkpoints, so it may be easy to find yourself lost and afraid. As much as you love adventure, no one wants to get lost in the wild on another continent. Make sure you have your Survival Strap with you just to be safe. Make the hike and you’ll be rewarded with once-in-a-lifetime views.

Bring Your Survival Gear

The Survival Strap is built to endure the toughest survival situations, making it an ideal companion for a trek that is miles up and across. Embrace the adventurer lifestyle, but do so with a safety net at your side. Invest in a military grade Survival Strap before you get started on your next adventure.

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