Some of the more frequently asked questions from hikers.
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How do I know when I'm ready to hike with the group?
NOTE: all hikers are welcome, and everyone must be fit enough and be of the appropriate age to hike on their own two feet.
Is there drinking water available along the trails?
What about taking food on the hike?
I take prescription medicines. Should I bring them when I hike?
Is it safe to hike alone?
Are there critters in these hills?
Are there any rules or laws that I need to comply with to hike in this area?
How do I join the hiking group?
Do I need any special gear to hike in the mountains?
Hiking pole/stick for stability especially when descending the mountain as the path gets very slippery and both the rainy and the dry season.
A backpack and water reservoir or bottles, and a hat are also highly recommended to keep you hydrated and protect you from the sun.
Where can I find the hiking schedules and updates?
“A wise man can learn more from a stupid question than a fool can from a wise answer.”
The Ajijic Hiking Group and it's members are Not Responsible for anything that happens while hiking.