Tips to Beat the Heat While Jeeping

Wolfe, Calkins, & CalkinsJeeping is one of the best ways to enjoy the outdoors. It can be a lot of fun for the whole family – even with dogs – and it can allow one to explore parts of the outdoors that one couldn’t otherwise get to. Jeeping allows for great photography opportunities, and can be extremely thrilling as well. Overall jeeping is a very memorable experience, and a great way to spend time in the outdoors during the summer. However, summer heat – especially in places like Moab – can be intense, so it is important to try and stay cool while jeeping. Here are some tips to beat the heat while exploring the backcountry in a jeep:

Firstly, the most important thing to remember is to have plenty of water. Heat from the sun will sap one’s energy very quickly, and it is easy to get dehydrated if one isn’t careful. It is estimated that one should have a gallon of water per person per day, and one can need even more when it is hotter than normal. So having plenty of water is essential.

Secondly, dressing for the occasion is a good idea. Wearing things like sun hats or sunglasses can help with the sun, as well as wearing shorts or lighter shirts. Even the kind of shoes that one wears can have a big effect on how hot one feels. Furthermore, making sure to wear sunblock can prevent sunburn, which, while uncomfortable and painful, can also make one feel hotter.

By following these simple tips, staying cool while jeeping should be a little bit easier. Stay safe and cool, and have fun out there!

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