Welcome to the website dedicated to getting outside with babies.

Stroller Hikes is a 501-c-3 nonprofit educational organization created to make public baby-friendly outdoor fitness and education areas and opportunities in the San Francisco Bay Area. At StrollerHikes, you will find fully described outdoor locations including extensive photographs of hike attractions and trail conditions, information about exercising with babies including safety precautions and equipment advice, and other outdoor information. Free events occur every week!

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History Comes Alive

A few weeks ago, I hiked at Almaden Quicksilver County Park which is nestled in San Jose’s rolling hills. During my visit, I not only enjoyed stunning views of the Sierra Azul and Diablo Mountain ranges but I also learned a lot about the history of the area. I started on Mine Hill Trail, a relatively [...]

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Weather Wisdom

This summer marks a second year of trying our own version of summer camp at home, rather than spend hundreds of dollars each week for our kids to attend theme camps.  Each day is filled with fun, low-cost or free adventures, hands-on projects, and learning about science, history, and art.  We intersperse each day with [...]

From the Field

IMG_5245 From the Field: Wunderlich (Woodside)

Liz led a wonderful, shady weekend hike at Wunderlich Park last weekend, and shared photos of her kids having a blast, and adults clearly keeping a good pace hiking beneath the redwoods. Wunderlich is also known for good horse sightings, redwood stump hopping, and even some Native American evidence. Learn more about Wunderlich at http://strollerhikes.com/location/wunderlich/.

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Welcome to Sarah – Santa Cruz Hikes!

Welcome to Sarah, Sawyer, and June, our newest hike leaders, happily allowing us to resume providing hikes to the Santa Cruz area.  This week on June 25th, Sarah offers a hike at the beautiful forest of Nisene Marks in Aptos.  Thanks to Sarah for getting hikes going again at the coast!  Come out for some [...]