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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Mission_Peak Mission Peak

The steady pound of my footsteps, accompanied with groans as the trail grew harder. The thick, dusty air, kicked up from our feet as we struggled to take the next step. The blazing sunlight on my back the sun crept higher, a persistent reminder that there was no turning back. One day later, a shade darker and […]

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Sunset 2 Watching a Sunset

We see it every day. A pink hue slowly settling over the horizon, occasionally speckled with golden rays peeking through, a last remembrance of the day before the blanket of dark pulls over. Yet we often overlook it, viewing it as mundane, unremarkable, unimportant, it’s constant presence simply a routine occurrence in everyday life. Recently, […]

Announcements

Bravo Ranch Trip 2016 – Full!

Hi Stroller Hikers! The Bravo Ranch camping trip filled in record time this year.  🙂 If you didn’t get a chance to grab your spot, Debbie (gumbyallen@yahoo.com) will take the first 6 families responding to put on a waiting list (this announcement will be revised once that list is full).  Last year, we were able […]

Volunteer Opportunities

IMG_20150929_162645 Live in the Moment!

It’s difficult to imagine taking a break from your busy life, with all the responsibilities expected of you; your responsibilities at work need to be fulfilled, the chores need to be accomplished, and the children need to be taken care of before the end of the day. For me, taking a break from my hectic school […]