3/ Listen to your body during pregnancy
Short or long hike for a pregnant woman?
If you are used to walking daily, you can keep doing this by allowing yourself about an hour every day for example. The idea is to keep a certain routine without any sudden changes that could surprise your body.
If walking is not your thing, try to find something to see, somewhere new to visit that will encourage you to walk a little.
Walking has one advantage, it gives the entire body a gentle work out. When you walk, you improve your circulation, your breathing and oxygenation. This means it’s good for you as well as the baby. Listen to your body and be reasonable, it's not about trying to accomplish new physical feats by taking on higher heights. Try to keep going on hikes for as long as possible. During the third trimester of your pregnancy, you will probably be more tired and that is perfectly normal. Stay vigilant at this time and if need be, reduce the length of your walks.
So long as your baby is healthy, walking will do it no harm, quite the opposite.