Cork Grips or Rubber? …on my trekking poles. Cork, naturally. Although they’re a bit more expensive, they feel soooooo nice. Cork grips tend to be drier than plastic and rubber; they feel warm in cool weather and cool when it’s hot. They don’t get slippery either. Yum. You Might Also Like... How to Choose the Right Engadine Trek A trip to the peaceful Engadine valley located in southeast Switzerland never fails to delight, Under the Radar & Off the Beaten Path Hiking Destinations Our Favorite Lesser Known Hiking Trips That Avoid Crowds Are you looking for a unique, The Best Hiking Trips for Foodies Our Favorite Hiking Trips for Food Lovers If you know us at Ryder-Walker, you know Spring Recipes from the Alps Food and Drink Pairing Favorites from the Alps To celebrate the first few days of The Best Hiking Treks in the USA When Ryder-Walker was first founded in Telluride, Colorado, we set out on a journey to Bucket List Coastal Hiking Trips There is nothing better than going for a swim in the ocean after a full The Best Inn to Inn Hiking Tours Discovering the best inn-to-inn hiking has been Ryder-Walker’s ambition for decades now. We, like you, Five Hidden Gem Hiking Treks Many hard-core hikers these days are searching out adventures in remote areas where they can 2023 Ryder-Walker Trip Catalog Happy New Year from Your Friends at Ryder-Walker Explore our 2023 catalog with new treks! View Give the Perfect Gift – A Ryder-Walker Trek The Gift of Travel 2023 is going to be another epic travel year with most of Holiday Cookie Recipes from Europe Ten Delicious Holiday Cookie Recipes from Across Europe With the holidays upon us, it’s the Algarve: One of the Most Unique Regions in Europe 7 Reasons the Algarve is One of the Most Unique Regions in Europe Ryder-Walker’s hike
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