Have always been an avid runner, but really got out of the habit after moving to the city (hard to get motivated about running on a flat grid of brick and concrete), but recently decided that if I don't start doing something that this "quarantine 15" could turn into a quarantine 30 before I realize it, and I don't want that. So I've decided to take up hiking/trail running. Last week I did a total of ~30 miles (two 10 mile hikes and two 5 mile hikes) and today I went out on a loop trail that ended up being a little less than 9 miles with a total elevation gain of 790 feet (though never a super steep grade. Kinda wish there was though as it'd be a good for my legs) So right now I'm just trying to build some healthy habits, learn a bit more about how to use a topo map & compass if I wanna tackle a trail that isn't well marked or maintained, and just get better at old school forms of navigation & Bushcraft/survival techniques (already gotten into foraging through my job. Snacked on some gooseberries & found over 5 pounds of wood ear mushrooms last week). My ultimate goal is to go on a 2-3 day ~30 mile hike before the cold weather really sets in at the end of the year. In the mean time, does anyone having any recommendations for gear I might need (maps, good trail GPS, compass, proper footwear, etc.) As well as resources for finding new trails. So far I've been having good luck with AllTrails and it seems more accurate & up to date than most of the .gov websites I've looked at for information. If there are any other solid resources for finding trails, or just in general I'm definitely open to suggestions.