5 gadgets not only tech for mountain walks

5 gadgets not only tech for mountain walks

A collection of very useful accessories to take with you while hiking in the mountains

(Photo: Pixabay) Mountain walks are a great summer classic, to take a little cool and immerse yourself in nature and in the tranquility of the paths through the woods and suggestive views. However, it is important to bring the right equipment with you. Here, then, are five gadgets and accessories as an alternative to those we have selected for the sea.

The technical backpack

(Photo: The North Face) The North Face Terra 65 offers an abundant capacity (65 liters). Forged in very resistant material for a weight under two kg (1959 grams), it is designed not to weigh down the back - with the Optifit suspension system and the Dyno Lite System weight distribution - also promoting air circulation. It costs 170 euros on the official website, here the offers on Amazon and a selection of other backpacks.

The water filter

(Photo: Lifestraw) Drinking at the mountain springs is always a risk because, even if clear, the water could hide impurities and bacteria. LifeStraw is an economical and sustainable solution that looks like a straw with an integrated and long-lasting filter. It can run for over 4000 liters (over a year, with daily use) and costs 26.95 euros, here the offers on Amazon. In addition, for every LifeStraw purchased, a child in a developing country is helped to receive clean water for one year. LifeStraw is also very useful when camping, in addition to these accessories.

The telescope

(Photo: Celestron) Portable and with a long range, it is a real must in the mountains, to observe distant animals, but also to orient yourself in the best possible way. Among the best performing models is Celestron Regal M2 (one of the telescope manufacturers we have recently recommended) with 67x zoom, Ed lens with Xlt anti-reflective treatment, focus adjustment, wide-angle zoom eyepiece and waterproof body. It costs 799 euros, here are the offers on Amazon.

The smartwatch dedicated to outdoor

(Photo: Garmin) Garmin Fenix ​​6 Pro Solar is a great choice for those looking for a smartwatch rated to the mountain. Thanks to the ability to charge with solar energy, it can extend the autonomy to weeks with intensive use, and provides altimeter, barometer, preloaded TopoActive Europe maps, solar intensity measurement, heart rate detection. All with an extremely durable body and quality materials. It costs 799 euros, here are the best offers.

The walkie talkie

(Photo: Motorola) To communicate with fellow travelers even in areas where the signal is poor or absent, the walkie talkies are the cheapest and most efficient tool. Motorola's proposal with the Tlkr T82 Extreme Pmr holds up to 10 kilometers of range and withstands the elements. The price is about 99 euros, here are the offers on Amazon.

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