Best Light Trekking Shoes in 2023
Danner Men's Mountain 600 4.5" Hiking Boot, Brown/Red-Suede, 9.5 D US
XPETI Women's Dimo Mid Waterproof Lightweight Hiking Anti-Slip Outdoor Boot Trail Trekking Shoes Black 7
- Waterproof mesh upper and Hydroshield Membrane waterproof, always keeps feet dry.
- Rubber Toe cap protection and Rubber outsole for optimal trail grip. It may be a bit smaller than normal size, recommend ordering a half-size up or full size up from your normal size
- Molded TPU ankle support and Moisture-wicking mesh lining
- Integrated hided EVA midsole, Light weight and Sturdy enough even when carrying weight
- This lifestyle hiking boots provide special technology to protect your feet, molding rubber toe cap and molding TPU at heel for perfect protection, innovative design of hiding EVA midsole makes the boots durable, stable, feel light weight and comfort in your trip
adidas outdoor Men's Terrex Swift R2 GTX Grey Six/Black/Grey Four 10.5 D US
- Fear no forecast
- Go all out in all weather
Hiking Boots Men Lightweight Trekking - High-Traction Grip Breathable Shoes Black
- 🐫 Lightweight--This CAMEL hiking boots are made of two layers of suede + three layers of mesh + drop plastic + webbing, so that the hiking shoes are lightweight, breathable and soft, making you feel comfortable during walking or working.
- 🐫 Anti-slip and Durable--This non-Slip CAMEL hiking shoe uses MD+RB composite outsole to effectively relieve the impact on the ground. This Trekking shoe has good anti-slip performance and it is durable, It is a good partner for outdoor climbing and hiking or daily wear.
- 🐫 Water Repellent--CAMEL men's hiking boots are relatively light, It's made of soft faux leather to prevent water infiltration, and his anti-slip and Water repellent properties keep you from having to worry about walking on wet or rough surfaces.
- 🐫 Rebound Cushioning--The MD midsole of this hunting shoes enhances cushioning and provides better support for your arches, creating a more vibrant feel;This CAMEL men's hiking shoes have a rebound cushioning feature that massages your feet as you walk to promote blood circulation in the feet
- 🐫 Multi-style--The high quality of this hiking boots make the shoes ideal for rocky trail, hiking, backpacking trip, light mountaineering, outdoor travel, and other outdoor sports, and its stylish shape makes it suitable for city walking, working, daily wear, etc.
adidas Men's Rockadia Trail Running Shoe, Grey/Grey/Carbon, 9.5 M US
- Weight: 11 ounces (size 9); Midsole drop: 8 mm (heel: 24 mm / forefoot: 16 mm); Runner type: Neutral shoes offer flexibility and versatility, with premium cushioning
- Rugged mesh upper for toughness and breathability; Stitched overlays for durability
- Toe cap for protection; Enjoy the comfort and performance of OrthoLite sockliner
- Cloudfoam midsole for step-in comfort and superior cushioning; Synthetic heel piece for stability
- Traxion outsole for maximum grip in all directions
Knixmax Men's Waterproof Hiking Boots Lightweight Trekking Shoes High Top Non Slip Outdoor Walking Boots Grey 7
- Breathable mesh lining.
- The midsole features a full length molded EVA insole for a more comfortable fit.
- The rubber sole offers a reliable grip and resistance as well as non slip traction in any environment.
- Flexible and lightweight, comfortable wearing.
- Widely Applications: Hiking shoes, trekking shoes, walking shoes, outdoor shoes, waterproof shoes, mountain shoes, goretex shoes, climbing shoes, low top boots.
Salomon Men's X Ultra 3 Mid GTX Hiking Boots, Castor Gray/Black/Green Sulphur, 11.5 Wide
- These shoes are specifically designed for a woman’s anatomy; It holds your foot in place even during technical descents, and prevents slippage so you can enjoy more stable and safer descents
- An asymmetrical chassis designed to accommodate a woman’s anatomy maximizes stability and cushioning, while minimizing fatigue on rugged terrain
- 2 different types of rubber are strategically placed on the sole, resulting in a more intense grip; A special patterned area on the heel grabs terrain more aggressively, giving you more control when you're moving along at a healthy clip
- Salomon 2 year limited warranty
BomKinta Women's Hiking Shoes Anti-Slip Lightweight Breathable Quick-Dry Trekking Shoes for Women Black Size 9
- ❤️❤️SIZE Guide: The size chart have been adjusted to fit true to size, please choose according to your usual size.❤️❤️ Update size guide on 12/19/2019 based on customer's comments.
- Performance suede leather and mesh upper. Convenient speed-lace for easy wear
- Lightweight midsole with side port drainage to keep you drying all the day, Suitable for both water and land.
- Air mesh upper for ventilation and lightweight support. Let your feet feel comfortable when you put on this hiking shoes.
- The rubber outsole provides durability, slip resistance and flexibility while you are hiking、trekking or walking.
SILENTCARE Hiking Shoes Men Waterproof Non-Slip Lightweight Walking Shoes Breathable Low Top for Outdoor Trekking Backpacking Grey
- This hiking shoes Aircraft tire rubber compound outsole comfort bending resistance, slip-wear resistance.
- This waterproof shoes for men with waterproof leather and mesh upper. It enhances waterproof of the trekking shoes upper, helps keeping your feet dry.
- This lightweight hiking shoes men midsole with side port drainage, featured a breath-ability and moisture wicking, can bring you a cool and breathable wearing experience.
- This walking shoes men low top hiking shoes is composed of EVA middle sole shock absorbing middle layer, providing an effectively shock absorption buffer. The trekking walking shoe makes you feel comfortable all day long and reduce feet fatigue.
- Best choice for city walking,rocky trail,hiking,backpacking trip,light mountaineering,trekking,camping,casual walking and work.No matter ourdoor enthusiasts or comfortable pioneers,this hiking shoes men will blaze your own trail and bring you unforgettable experiences.
Columbia Women's Dakota Drifter Hiking Boot, Pebble, Dolphin, 6 Regular US
- Lace-up hiking shoe featuring breathable-mesh upper with supportive overlays and reinforced toe cap
- Padded tongue and collar and Rear pull loop
- Omni-TECH waterproof breathable seam-sealed membrane bootie construction and OUTSOLE Omni-GRIP non-marking traction rubber
- Techlite midsole for added comfort
Backpacking Skeleton Gulch in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado
Skeleton Gulch ranks high as one of the most beautiful and remote backpacking destinations in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado.
The Skeleton Gulch Trail starts from the Ditch Road that twists through the mountains for sixteen miles. The parallel Grand River Ditch delivers mountain runoff water to the Atlantic Basin for farming irrigation.
For the easiest hike in you can start at the La Poudre Pass trailhead. The Specimen Mountain Research Natural Area is on the east across the Colorado River. A packed earth trail trod by thousands of day hikers every year leads you to the Ditch Road gate. The one lane gravel road gently rises into the Never Summer Range. You are treated to a spectacular view of the Colorado River Valley as you walk the road. Specimen Mountain, The Crater, and Shipler Mountain across the valley on the east and the Never Summer Range on the west provide a panoramic view equal to any in the world. Stepping to the edge of the road you can actually look down on birds flying below. Northwest you will see Mounts Lulu, Richthofen, Teepee and Lead looming over your final destination. Look for trout swimming in the swift clear water in the Ditch. Watch for mule deer, elk and moose that frequent the road. It is less than four miles to the footbridge that begins the Skeleton Gulch Trail.
A few hundred feet before the footbridge you will come across a small piece of civilization and a trail leading to Ditch Camp #3. Three employees of the company that owns, operates and maintains the Ditch live in a small A-frame style house from May through October each year. It is possible to hitch a ride up, or down if you see a green pickup coming along the road. The workers are usually friendly and tell great stories about the area.
Start from the Colorado River trailhead if you want a longer, more strenuous backpacking experience. The La Poudre Pass Trail starts there and winds for nearly three miles to the Lulu City site. Watch for mountain goats, elk, deer, pica, marmot, moose and all kinds of ground squirrels along the way. Mountain lion, bear and mink sightings are rare. The site of an old silver mine camp, Lulu City lies 2.7 miles from the trailhead. There is not much left of Lulu City but it is a great spot to rest up for the hike ahead of you. A half mile after Lulu City you reach the Stage Road trail and for nearly a mile the trail goes straight up. You cannot help but marvel that horses ever drew heavy wagonloads up it. At the top is Ditch Camp #3.
Reserve a site here for your first night on the trail. No matter which direction you came from it is a great spot to finish acclimating to the altitude. There are four campsites to choose from around a small open field. In the late 1800s and early 1900s groups of Asian laborers lived there. Sit quietly and keep your camera handy. Mule deer and moose are often seen crossing the meadow.
Take your time in the morning. Eat a leisurely breakfast and watch the meadow wake up. Break down camp and take the trail to the southwest. It skirts the edge of a larger meadow, crosses Sawmill Creek and ends at the Ditch Road directly across from the footbridge to the Skeleton Gulch Trail. A ten-inch wide spilt log over Sawmill Creek and the Ditch joins the road with the wilderness beyond.
Skeleton Gulch Trail drops and rises, sometimes steeply for one point five miles. Timid mule deer can be seen feeding on the tender grasses in small meadows along the way. To your right you will see a slope covered in rockslide. Listen for the chattering call of pica. Stop and you might catch a glimpse of one scurrying from rock to rock. We have seen bear tracks in the soft dirt beside runoff streams and a fallen log clawed to tatters. All around will be the wildflowers of the season.
A signpost lets you know you have reached Skeleton Gulch. Set your backpack against it and continue along the trail. You will come to the edge of a meadow as large as two football fields end-to-end. There is a mud wallow at the eastern end near you. Moose come there to coat themselves with mud and nibble the young shoots of grass. To the west a hundred yards and across is another rockslide where marmot can be seen and heard. Mountain goat can be seen on the near vertical slope directly west. Sit and rest. Enjoy the solitude before going back and setting up camp.
The meadow at Skeleton Gulch holds many surprises in, and around it. Walk the length of the meadow to the west where you will find a clear trail. Follow it to the end. I promise you will not be disappointed.
Skeleton Gulch is true wilderness that is worth the trip. Pack for cool weather at night, at least one rainy day, and make sure you keep your camera handy.