Hiking Etiquette Tips for Every Trail

We love this image the National Park Service shared on their Facebook page about hiking etiquette. Although our National Park […]

Babies and Toddlers Lead Trail Cleanup Hikes Across the US and Canada in Hike it Baby’s Annual Together We Hike Event

Celebrating Success by Giving Back To commemorate their sixth anniversary as a grassroots nonprofit dedicated to getting families outdoors, Hike […]

4 Ways to give back to the trails

The trail means many things to many people. Some like to hide from the everyday noise and get some much-needed […]

Together We Hike: Trail Cleanup with Hike it Baby and Deuter

Six years ago this month, Hike it Baby completed its first hike. Since then, the organization has grown tremendously. And […]

Leave No Trace: An Introduction for Kids

It’s important we Leave No Trace when exploring outside, which can be hard when hiking with toddlers and children. This […]

10 Ways to Love Nature this Valentine’s Day

This Valentine’s Day, show kindness to nature with these 10 easy activities. Let’s show nature some love and raise children who love the outdoors.

Menstruation, the Trailhead and You

I had just started a new medication which had the lovely side effect of increasing the flow rate of my […]

3 Things to know about pooping on the trail

One of the things every parent dreads hearing on a hike is to have one of their adorable children announce, “Mommy, I […]

Are We Sharing Our Adventures Responsibly?

Last spring, I shared a photo of Mason lying in the flowers at Rowena Crest on social media. A few hours […]

Painted Rocks vs. Leave No Trace

We all want to go out and have fun in nature, and we also want to play games with our […]

Leave No Trace: What does it Mean for kids?

If you’d like to learn more about Leave No Trace, check out the other posts on this topic: Part 1: Plan […]

How To Make Earth Day Last All Year

Did you celebrate Earth Day this year? Kristi reflects on how we can positively impact our environment and encourage our […]

Leave No Trace Part 2- “Choose The Right Path”

This is Part Two of our Leave No Trace Series:  Travel and Camp on Durable Surfaces I live in Boulder, […]