Raising Trail Heroes: Teaching our Children Trail Stewardship

Having Kids Increased My Appreciation of the Outdoors My husband and I have always been passionate about the outdoors and […]

A is for Alphabet Themed Hikes

Camping under the stars, building stick forts, wadding through the creek, and fishing with Dad have been fond memories of […]

Finding our Favorite Trails

Guest Blogger Melissa Morrison talks about finding nature close to suburban Detroit and what makes certain trails her favorite. When […]

National Nap Day: Hike it out!

When I found out there is a National Nap Day my first thought was: That’s hilarious. I mean, in all […]

St. Patrick’s Day Themed Hikes

Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day on the Trails I never noticed how many shades of green existed in the world until […]

That’s Too Heavy!

Do a Google search for hiking blogs and websites and I can practically guarantee that you’ll soon come across discussions […]

You Know You Are a HiB Hiker When…

Every month we like to share those moments when you think, “You Know You Are a Hike it Baby Hiker […]

2016 First Day Hike Winner – Martha Rodriguez

Congratulations to Martha Rodriguez! On January 1st, 2016, over 500 Hike it Baby members in 7 countries around the world […]

Trail Etiquette for Kids

As parents, it’s our job to make sure that our children grow up to be good people. We try to […]

Hiking Through the Seasons by Katy Severe

Hiking has been a part of my life for more than fifteen years. I grew up on a farm outside […]

Dehydration on the Trail: Signs, Prevention and Treatment

If you live in an extremely hot climate or are traveling somewhere where the heat is more than you are […]