What are walking stick medallions?

Custom Walking Stick Badges Hiking stick medallions or badges are gorgeous pieces that are attached to the head of a walking or hiking stick. Many use this in scouting classes, or groups. Custom hiking medallions can be made with symbols of the wilderness, preservation, an affiliation group, or some outdoor cause.

Is a walking stick a weapon?

The walking stick has also historically been known to be used as a Self defensive weapon and may conceal a knife or sword – as in a swordstick or swordcane. Also known as an alpenstock, from its origins in mountaineering in the Alps, such a walking stick is equipped with a steel point and a hook or pick on top.

What is a good diameter for a walking stick?

For people who are shorter than 4′ 8″, we generally recommend a 41-inch stick. For people who are shorter than 5′ 4″, we recommend a 48-inch stick. For people who are between 5′ 4″ and 5′ 11″, we recommend a 55-inch stick. For adults over 5′ 11″, we recommend a 58-inch stick.

How do you balance with a walking stick?

How to use a cane

  1. Hold your cane in the hand that’s opposite the side that needs support.
  2. Position the cane slightly to the side and about 2 inches forward.
  3. Move your cane forward at the same time as you step forward with your affected leg.
  4. Hold the cane steady in place as you walk forward with your unaffected leg.

How do I measure myself for a walking stick?

To measure the height of any walking stick, the base of the stick should be placed approximately 15cm from the outside of the foot and the handle height should be set at the wrist crease height. The elbow should be bent slightly (generally between 15 and 30 degrees) when holding the stick and standing upright.

How do you harden a walking stick?

Place the stick with bark removed in an area of the house or shop that is about 55 to 70 degrees for maybe 4 to 7 days. Don’t rush drying like placing wood in hot sun. Slower drying will reduce cracking.

Where can I get a National Park medallion?

Get a national park hiking medallion for each trail you’ve hiked! Share the story of your favorite hikes by collecting hiking stick medallions and badges. These feature America’s national parks, historic sites, and monuments. Add these collectible national park hiking medallions to your hiking stick.

How many walking stick medallions are left in stock?

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What do you use a hiking Medallion for?

Hiking medallions are increasingly popular in the U.S.and have been a long standing tradition in Europe. They are becoming highly collectible. They easily attach to sticks, paddles, canes!

Where did the Veterans hiking stick come from?

This hiking stick was ordered by Aaron Cornelius for his good friend Maj. Santori who serves in the Special Forces. Mr. Cornelius presented Maj. Santori this custom hiking stick with embedded compass and Special Forces pin just before Maj. Santori returned to Afghanistan for his 2nd tour. Stick was shipped to Texas, April 2011.