Hiking with a Toddler: Tips and Advice

It is nothing short of wonderful to take your kids, big or small, with you out in nature for a hiking trip. All children are different, but there are still some common traits and needs for the different age groups when venturing out in the blue. Previously I wrote the article Hiking with a Baby:…

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Hiking with a toddler - be sure to lower the cockpit of the child carrier backpack as the child grows

Sum Waterfall Hiking Trail – an Alternative to Soteska Vintgar

In early august we were on vacation around the picturesque Lake Bled in Slovenia, and of course we wanted to visit the beautiful Soteska Vintgar gorge in the area. It is a 1.3 kilometers long natural gorge, which you have to pay for to enter. We were, however, not the only ones who had that idea. At the parking…

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Sum Waterfall Hike - view from the footbridge down on the waterfall

Hiking with a Baby: Tips and Advice

In mid-September 2019 I gave birth to our daughter MK, and five months after I wrote the article Hiking Pregnant: Tips and Advice about the things which made hiking pregnant comfortable for me (and hopefully the not-yet born baby as well). Thus, we thought it was about time to make an article about the tips…

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Hiking with a baby - dressed in hat, fleece jacket, Merino clothing and soft boots for a chilly day