(Hiking for all ages) – Mt. Rainier camping pt. 3

Hiking or backpacking can be tough, but it becomes even more challenging when you are doing it with a baby and toddler. When I met up with my BFF to camp with her family on Mt. Rainier, we also wanted to do some hiking with her kiddos. So we picked some (very) easy short trails to hike. The parents ended up carrying both children most of the way Those trails can be tiring for a 2-year-old, and no worries, the baby tried to sleep the whole way on mommy. So the very easy short trail ended up being a bit harder for the parents…but it was still worth it. Waterfalls, woods, and good people are always worth it. 🙂 Check out Part 1 and Part 2!

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2 thoughts on “(Hiking for all ages) – Mt. Rainier camping pt. 3

  1. this site is great! hiking with kids can be tricky (i have 4) but sometimes, with proper planning and a bit of luck things work out 🙂

    • melimel says:

      Hiking with kiddos is so worth it, I love sharing new sights and adventures with them – even if it does take some extra planning, and possibly more things to carry. It’s definitely a lot of fun! I am looking forward to reading your blog and hearing your adventures!

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