Funny Hiking Quotes

Funny Hiking Quotes to Make you Laugh

An important part of your success on the trail or at the gym is humor. You have to have fun and make it fun for the people you are with. Hiking jokes are great for this! Some people might think you’re crazy or are embarrassed by the idea, but humor can be your best friend on the trail and at the gym. To start, I want to make one thing very clear: just because you write humor and may tell a humorous story in the future, does not mean you are funny right now. These are some funny hiking quotes to make you laugh. So when you are out on a hike, just remember this: the more you laugh, the better you will be.

Funny Hiking Quotes

Let’s get started with the funny hiking quotations:

  1. “When you are on a hike, don’t get so caught up in the scenery you can’t enjoy it. If you can’t enjoy it, you can’t eat it”. – Paul Ngarimu
  2. “We were alone on top of the world, and it was better than sex”. – Seth Read
  3. “Don’t carry a bucket of water up a mountain. Only bring a good hat”. – Russell Purdy
  4. “Yes, I am lost. I think I will hide under this rock and stay here until I get a ride”. – Seth Read
  5. “The best thing to keep in a car in case of an earthquake is a sharpened cheese knife and a stack of car magazines”. – Clint Emerson
  6. “Dear God, please do not let my out-of-shape ass break an ankle on the trail today. Thanks! Sincerely, Not a runner”. – Mark Bullock
  7. “After running a marathon, I learned two very important things: I could never do that again, and I needed a bigger boat”. – David Canfield
  8. “To take care of your muscles, just tie one on. You’ll feel better. Just promise me you’ll have fun”. – Stephanie Parks
  9. “Yes, I do believe the view is worth the climb”. – Robert Hartwick
  10. “My name is Jeff, and I don’t like that view”. – Matthew Amann
  11. “Sometimes a man just needs to learn to loosen up”. – Randy Bo
  12. “One of the many things I love about being a hiking companion is the way you never walk alone. You are my best friend”. – Jeff Parmer
  13. “Life’s a bitch and then you die, and that’s just when you find out what happens to you next”. – Robert Arneson
  14. “A marathon isn’t a race, it’s a party”. – Mike Garrison
  15. “My advice to future hikers: always choose the highest mountain you can find. By that standard, Mount Royal in Montreal is your friend.” – Mike Garrison
  16. “Don’t overthink things. Leave the map at home,” – Mark Bullock
  17. “How do you keep hiking if you haven’t decided where you’re going yet? One word: truck”. – Mark Bullock
  18. “I hate it when I meet hikers who don’t look like they are having a good time”. – Damon McFarland
  19. “Sometimes the biggest compliment you can give someone is to ask them to join you on a hike”. – Douglas Morrow
  20. “All of my life I thought I was a hillbilly. Now I know I’m a hiker”. – Shane Alexander
  21. “The mountain looks angry tonight. What do you think, mountain?” – Seth Read
  22. “It’s the common cold. I keep getting colds because I keep working out. – Daniel Cox
  23. “Hiking is the best way to learn to overcome fear”. – Julia Voss
  24. “The more I hike, the more I see I don’t know. I’ve got miles and miles and miles of trail left to explore”. – David Poulin
  25. “Hiking the Appalachian Trail will change your life”. – Ian Neuman
  26. “Run and don’t look back. Always take a moment to look back”. – Matthew Amann
  27. “Hiking isn’t the kind of activity that is necessarily going to make your friends say “wow, you’re getting into hiking”, but it is going to make them envious”. – James Sargeant
  28. “I’m just here to get my exercise. I’m not a hiker”. – Jeannine Barnes
  29. “Just don’t ask me to drive the Jeep. – Alyssa Randi
  30. “I live to eat. I can’t get enough of it. I love eating, the more the merrier.” – Jim Bowen
  31. “You look like you’ve been hit by a bus, you’re not walking, you’re dead”. – Jean McFarland
  32. “Dogs and rain do not mix”. – Mike Daley
  33. “The most glorious thing about the Appalachian Trail is when you meet people on the trail, and you realize how different you are”. – Daniel Cox
  34. “You can’t fake being happy. You either are or you aren’t”. – Evelyn Doubell
  35. “How do you stay motivated to do something so ridiculous? With a high tolerance for risk, of course”. – Daniel Cox
  36. “If I started doing everything I’m supposed to be doing instead of doing what I want, I would get nothing done”. – Dave Mossman
  37. “Do your best. If you don’t do your best, it’s because you didn’t want to do it. If you don’t try, you don’t know”. – Dwight D. Eisenhower
  38. “Don’t let fear stop you. This is the most wonderful and important adventure I’ve ever embarked upon. – Joseph Miller
  39. “The easiest way to get to the top is to stay in the middle of the trail”. – Andrew Huber
  40. “Traveling by foot is about listening to the birds and the wind and the clouds. It is about learning to notice what is beautiful around you. It is about touching the earth and walking in the woods. It is about the quiet and the wonder of all the changes in nature.” – Rick Bass
  41. “It’s like saying you’re an ultramarathoner when you’re just on foot”. – Mary Kay Voss
  42. “I’m tired of worrying about what everybody thinks about me. I want to do the right thing. This is the right thing for me. This is the thing I want to do. This is what I want to be. – Ellen Branham
  43. “People ask me how the people back home are, but the truth is I’m the only one who is invested in the opinion of everyone else”. – Chuck Duggan
  44. “I guess the word “pain” in hiking comes from what I’m sure was the most beautiful description I’ve ever heard of how people felt on their first long hikes. If you want to know what it’s like, ask the hikers who didn’t make it”. – Steve Reddington
  45. “I’m not a hiker, but I’m going to start by doing some small amounts of hiking”. – Jim Bumgardner
  46. “Hikers are the most honest and accepting people I know”. – Laurie Mayer
  47. “The first step to happiness is getting off your ass and following your dreams”. – Buddy Rich
  48. “Let me tell you a story about a man that hiked 2,164 miles…” – Mark Twain
  49. “A week ago a man with a fanny pack asked me if I knew where I was if I was going in the right direction, and I thought to myself, ‘Yes, I do!’ So I looked around and found my family and my city, and I felt wonderful”. – Jeff Marcellus
  50. “I learned more from other hikers than I learned in 30 years of studying to b
  51. “Hiking has made me more intimate with nature than any other activity in my life. It has taught me to be aware of myself and all around me. It has given me self-control, respect for others, and a commitment to share what I have. Most importantly, it has given me peace”. – David P. Evans
  52. “Nothing compares to being outdoors. It’s where we find freedom and realize our potential.” – Chris Kelly
  53. “I’ve learned that the harder I work, the luckier I get. The more I give, the more I get. The more I love, the more it hurts. The more I care, the more it hurts. And it hurts because it’s so good.” – Oprah Winfrey
  54. “If I had it to do over again, I’d hike all the time”. – Janice M.
  55. “Outdoor time is a real love affair. Everything about it – the surroundings, the new friends, the freedom, and above all, the experience of living in the moment”. – Christopher Heber
  56. “You need two things to be happy: one is to be happy with what you’ve got; the other is to hope for more”. – Tony Robbins
  57. “At the end of the day I wouldn’t say I am just a hiker, but I am a hiker who does other things”. – Bryan S.
  58. “Even in the middle of the worst times, nothing can kill a hike, not even two feet of snow”. – Chuck Duggan
  59. “If I’d known it was this good, I would have hiked more long before I did”. – Becky Wagner
  60. “The greatest part of hiking for me is how great it makes you feel about yourself. You can come back with no makeup, unshowered, stained in sweat with your hair looking like a bird’s nest. But you’ll still feel better than you did at the start. How can that be a bad thing?” – Karyn Schulte
  61. “Try to see the funny side of life”. – Dale Messick
  62. “Hiking is about trying to be happy even if there is no sign of happiness anywhere around you”. – Charles McCutcheon
  63. “Now and then you get a day when you are just too tired to feel, but not so tired you can’t go on”. – Betsy Matten
  64. “Hiking isn’t about reaching a destination. It’s about living every day and making memories that are a little bit better than the ones you had yesterday”. – Sally Kincaid
  65. “I didn’t want to be right, I just wanted to be alive”. – Kurt Vonnegut
  66. “Having mountains is more than finding out where you live. They remind you where you’re going to live”. – Jim Stewart
  67. “Our country’s love affair with nature is the envy of the world. Hiking shows how beautiful this country is. You see the same sky, you smell the same air, and you feel the same warmth when your head is against the sun. You can also listen to the same bird’s chirp. This gives you a glimpse of the rest of the world”. – Jim Zemrek
  68. “Take whatever comes to you. It’s better to have nothing and be hiking than having everything and be hiking. There’s no place on earth quite like it”. – Christine Guendelman
  69. “I love the smell of hot trail food cooking”. – Delilah Belleau
  70. “Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter”. – Martin Luther King Jr.

Anything you think of to improve your life and happiness I’m sure there’s at least one thing you can do to be happier – seriously! Maybe you need a new hobby or even find a new area of the town you live in. Or perhaps you want to improve the relationship you have with your family or those who are suffering. The important thing is to change yourself. You are a different person now, and you have to change to reach your goals. This is the only way you can change your life to become better. If you don’t change the core of your character, you will always live with the same hang-ups. Now is the time to change for the better. If you don’t, then you will always struggle. I know it’s hard, but you have to change to be happy and live a better life.

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