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The 4 Best Hiking Axes – 2020 Edition

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If you know you’ll need an axe for your next hiking trip then these are the only options you need to consider. The reviews for these axes speak for themselves so take a look at your options and find the axe for you below.

Camping Survival Axe by LIANTRAL

This product was recommended by Tim Bigknee from SightsAndInsights

The 4 Best Hiking Axes - 2020 Edition

Liantral survival axe is the ideal axe for hiking. When considering an axe for hiking weight should be one of your main concerns. This axe has ten survival tools all in one lightweight durable frame. In the liantral axe you also get a bottle opener, hammer, straight-edge knife, serrated knife, magnesium stick, compass, window breaker, and a whistle. If you’re looking for an axe to bring on a hike you won’t even need to consider bringing another tool with you.


Gerber Bear Gryllis Survival Hatchet

This product was recommended by Kevin Miller from The Word Counter

The 4 Best Hiking Axes - 2020 Edition

I don’t normally go in for celebrity-endorsed gear, but this is solid kit, no matter whose name is on it. Holds an edge beautifully, fits perfectly in a pack. Light enough that it won’t add a ton of weight on a longer trek – I love it!


Karesuando Big Axe Hatchet

This product was recommended by Marcus Clarke from Searchant

The 4 Best Hiking Axes - 2020 Edition

This is NOT your average, run-of-the-mill camping hatchet. This thing is razor sharp, high-quality steel that comes with all the little details you’d expect from something this well made – presentation pelt and a small sharpener. As functional as it is beautiful.


Pack Hatchet Camping Axe

This product was recommended by Melanie Musson from AutoInsuranceCompanies

The 4 Best Hiking Axes - 2020 Edition

This compact ax is the perfect size to fit in a backpack or on your belt for hiking. Even though it’s small, Gerber’s standards for strength and sharpness are evidenced in this ax, so you can count on its performance. It features a rubber hand grip to increase safety by reducing slippage.


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