With a new season come a new set of goals. Come fall, write a fresh list of activities you've been meaning to do—and then actually do them. One endeavor ranking in at the top of our must-do list? An fall hike because to be quite frank, there's no hiking like fall hiking. Just think about it—cooler temperatures (great for hiking), fewer mosquitoes (one less sting to worry about on the trails), lighter crowds (hooray!), and the beauty of fall foliage (get those cameras ready, because the leaves are changing—fast).
Before you actually set foot on the trails, it's important that you're adequately prepared, meaning you've double- (and triple-checked) that you've packed everything into your hiking backpack, and are, of course, sporting the proper fall hiking attire.
Now's not the time to wear your crisp white jeans or new sneakers. Instead, wear tried-and-true, comfortable staples (think leggings, sports bras, sweatshirts, boots) you know you can wear for hours on end. Ahead, see some great fall hiking outfit examples, as spotted on a slew of our favorite fashion girls.