Smoking weed while doing something that you enjoy is always a good time. Some Canadians love smoking weed while playing video games, cooking, watching movies, reading books, and so on. And do you know what else is fun to do while smoking weed? Hiking.
If you love smoking weed and hiking, I have great news for you. Some strains are just awesome for outdoor activities. Next time, before you go on your great hiking journey, don’t forget to bring these top strains with you.
If you want to get high and still be able to keep your mental faculties intact, try Black Dahlia. This strain is great and recommended even for beginners in Canada. Black Dahlia is also useful if you want to ease the symptoms of pain while hiking and camping.
This strain is rather iconic for people who love the great outdoors. This Sativa-dominant hybrid strain is able to give you the feeling of calm euphoria. Smoke or vape a little bit of Blue Dream and you will be already experiencing full-body relaxation. And the effects also come with a mental boost that will motivate you to keep moving and pushing forward. No challenges will be too hard after you smoke Blue Dream.
This strain is definitely one of the best to use for hiking, similar to pink gas strain, which gives you heavy indica effects and some of the best effects that you can get from sativa strains. You can spend the day doing whatever you love with full energy and enthusiasm. Much like Black Dahlia, Blue Dream is also great at easing pain, as long as you don’t the mild high it gives you.
This strain is a bit of a mystery when it comes to its origins and genetics. What we know for sure is that Chemdawg is the source of other popular strains like Sour Diesel and OG Kush. Many Canadians love Chemdawg before it gives you high happiness and easing the symptoms of anxiety and depression.
Usually, people will smoke a bit of Chemdawg before they start hiking, like when they are still at home. This will give them the motivation they need to finally get out of the house and do something. If you can’t muster the will and strength to hike, you can rely on Chemdawg to get the boost you need. But keep in mind that the high from Chemdawg can be wild, as this strain is very potent. So beginners beware.
For an Indica-dominant hybrid, Cheese Quake is surprisingly great for hiking. In fact, this strain is quite popular in Canada among people who are imaginative and artistic. Cheese Quake is famous for the inspiration and motivation it gives to the user. And of course, this effect of Cheese Quake is useful for people who want to hike with a clear mind and relaxed body. You may even want to dance while hiking after smoking Cheese Quake.
Canadians who love Willie Nelson swear that this strain gives them the encouragement they need to be social and artistic. Willie Nelson gives you a balance between a stony body and a clear mind that enhances your hiking experience.
Willie Nelson is able to sharpen your focus, preparing you for the challenges that are going to come. You will be able to notice your surroundings better, making you appreciate the views more. Some people also said that this strain made them do other activities like bird watching, take photographs, and some foraging more.
Cinderella 99 is a strong strain; you have been warned. That being said, this strain is great for the great outdoors, where you don’t want to just sit around all day. But too much of Cinderella 99 could knock you down for hours. So please use it in moderation to help you enjoy hiking.
Harlequin is a great strain for people who can’t enjoy hiking because of the pain. This strain could ease your pain and help you move easier. Many Canadians are enjoying Harlequin for its health benefits. This Sativa-dominant hybrid strain won’t make you feel ‘stoned’, instead, you will feel happy and upbeat. All in all, Harlequin is a great strain for people who want to be able to move freely and can’t wait to tackle more challenges.
These top strains are some of the best strains you can do while hiking. Don’t forget that when you are hiking, you have to be considerate of other hikers. Never leave traces of weed everywhere and always be respectful to other people.