We are celebrating the finish of the September HiB30 Challenge by thanking our Hike it Baby Title Partners at Onya for the prize of an Onya carrier! Sarah Robichaud won just by registering her family to get outside in September for 30 minutes 3 times per week OR to achieve 30 miles in 30 days.

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Four times per year, HiB families around the world join in the fun of challenging themselves to get outdoors and to help motivate and inspire other families to do the same. The community created is enthusiastic and shares the highs and lows that affect how we spend our time outdoors. 1,629 Challengers from around the world got outside in every kind of weather for a collective total of 38,641 miles and a total of 1,854,281 collective minutes. That’s amazing!

Here is some insight into how Sarah’s family experienced this Challenge month:

You won a carrier of your choice from our Title Partner at Onya. How are you going to use it?

To carry my 16 month old daughter! 🙂

How did joining the HiB30 Challenge make a difference in how your family got outside in September?

It made a huge difference! We logged a total of 62 miles!!!

Do you have a favorite hiking spot? Did you discover any new places during the Challenge?

Yes! We discovered Matthaei Botanical Gardens and fell in love with it there! We go back all the time now.

Tell us about the top 3 moments of the Challenge that stick out for you (the good, the bad or the ugly!!).

  1. The beginning was hard, getting out every day was definitely a challenge.
  2. Our time spent at Matthaei was really awesome!
  3. We spent time with really amazing people in September because the challenge “forced” me to take part in some of the hikes instead of just continuing to tell myself I would and never getting around to it.

Thanks again to everyone who participated in this September’s HiB30 Challenge! Want to join in the fun and be entered to win awesome prizes, like those given from our friends at Onya? Stay tuned to join in the next HiB30 Challenge in November!!

Photo Credit: Kali Allen
@kaliallenphotography

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