Every year we have a big blow out giveaway of great prizes at the end of the year as a Thank You to all of the awesome Hike Hosts who get out there on the trails and host hikes every year for our branches all across the country. This year we are doing it again with our Hike it Baby 13 Days of Giving.

How do you enter? By simply hosting a hike before November 15th you are automatically entered. We pull names for winners from every hike hosted by November 15, 2016.

So it’s not too late now? Nope, not at all. You have almost two weeks to get out on the trails and in the parks with your friends. All you have to do is submit a hike.

What if I have never led a hike? That’s ok!! Hosting a hike is easy. Start with picking a park or easy meandering trail close to home so it won’t stress you out. Show up 10 minutes early for your hike and do a welcome circle. It’s that easy. Then you are entered to win awesome prizes!!

If I led hikes all year do I get entered multiple  times? YES YES YES! Host 10 hikes, you have 10 chances to win. Isn’t that exciting? Your hard work could be rewarded with some sweet new wheels to push around.

What kind of prizes are there? Everything from strollers, to a Leatherman multitool, to a water bottle with a built in filter!

Here are some of the participants we have to thank for donating these awesome products for us to send your way! Thank you to Hike it Baby’s Title partners: KEEN, Onya Baby, Deuter and Oakiwear for helping move us forward in 2016!

BOB Stroller Revolution SE
Burley Solstice Stroller
Allen Jogger Trailer
BabyBjörn Travel Crib Light
Baby Bjorn One Carrier
Leatherman Multitool
Catalyst Waterproof iPhone case
Lil Sidekick
Cotopaxi Kids Luzon Del Dia
Cotopaxi Water Bottle

Petzl Tikka Headlamp
Katadyn Be Free
Ella’s Wool Base Layer
Stonz Booties
Adventure Medical Kit
Cheski Sock Company





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