We hiked all the peaks in Acadia National Park, but what I learned from hiking with kids isn’t really about the place. It’s about the time.
The conclusion of hiking all the peaks in Acadia National Park. We get creative to keep our enthusiasm up, discover a little trail magic. and find that the busiest isn’t always the best.
This is part two of hiking all the peaks in Acadia with my family, where I try various strategies to keep my kids moving up the trail. The good news is, they only broke down once.
For some reason, I thought hiking all the peaks in Acadia would be great summer family fun. This is the story of peaks one through ten.
This has been my summer to get kids to do hard things. Thankfully, I’ve come up with a few strategies to help out.
If you get outside enough, you build outside memories in the landscape around you, and that landscape becomes meaningful in a different way, every time.
In this latest installment of Great Hikes for Kids, we visit the Blagden Preserve on Mount Desert Island for woods and shore in one two-mile walk.
Here are the very best kid-friendly hikes in Acadia National Park, for kids aged toddlers to teens.
There’s still no snow in my neck of the woods. I’m mostly okay with it after last winter’s dump, but a part of me is ready for some white stuff. My kids are definitely ready and keep pestering me to do something about it. Since l still haven’t managed to gain control over the weather, to […]
“What’s the hardest hike in Acadia?” my daughter asked. I was about to find out exactly what she was capable of doing.