By Nena Barlow
This article originally appeared on fourwheeler.com.
When venturing out on the trail, most of us take at least basic precautions to deal with some common trail mishaps. We carry tools, emergency supplies, and a first aid kit. But those things only work if you use the most important piece of equipment—your brain. The ability to pay attention, recognize problems as they develop, and calmly utilize available assets are the best tools you can have.Continue reading “Heads-Up: Tips For Better Trips”