Hikers Gift Guide 2017 – What to get a hiker?

The holidays are fast approaching and if you are like me, you want to find a gift that is appreciated and will bring joy to the recipient.

You may think the hikers in your life, won’t need much, ’cause you know the outside is free. And though that is true, we hikers do take quite a bit on to the trails that makes our hikes more safe and fun.

I have put together a holiday gift guide for hikers to give you some inspiration. This post contains affiliate links.

Hikers Gift Guide 2017 – Best Gifts for Hikers

Annual Park Passes

 Gifts under $50

Survival Kit EMDMAK Outdoor Emergency Gear Kit for Camping Hiking Travelling or Adventures (Black)

Survival Gear Kits 13 in 1- Outdoor Emergency SOS Survive Tool for Wilderness /Trip / Cars / Hiking / Camping gear – Wire Saw, Emergency Blanket, Flashlight, Tactical Pen, Water Bottle Clip ect.,

LifeStraw Personal Water Filter for Hiking, Camping, Travel, and Emergency Preparedness

Osprey Packs Daylite Daypack, Stone Grey, One Size

Tactical Hydration Pack Backpack 900D with 2.5L Bladder for Hiking, Biking, Running, Walking and Climbing (BLACK)

Hiking Necessities


Gift cards

REI Gift Cards – REI Gift Cards or e-Gift Cards are a one-size-fits-all gift for your favorite outdoor enthusiast.

Amazon Gift CardsAmazon.com Gift Card in a Holiday Pop-Up Box

Stocking Fillers under $10

Potty Pack – Single

Potty Pack Kit

GuangSam Multifunctional 3 in1 Emergency Survival Gear Whistle Compass Thermometer With Lanyard for Outdoor Camping Hiking



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  1. Wow this is a great guide! I have a ton of friends who love to hike so I’m already gotten some great gift ideas from your guide. THank you!

  2. I love gift guides like this! Insect repellent is super essential for hikers 🙂

  3. I love these gift ideas. My good friend is doing a lot of hiking this winter so I bought him electric socks for Christmas to keep his feet warm.

  4. These are such fantastic gift ideas! I’m not sure if I know any hikers. Or maybe they do hike, but haven’t said anything.