50 Hikes with Kids Texas

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By Wendy Gorton

By Nina Palmo

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Discover kid-friendly trails in Texas with this extensive guidebook offering maps, length of hike, and simple scavenger hunts along the trail—plus fun extras that will foster a curiosity about the region’s flora, fauna, and geology.

Handcrafted for caregivers that want to spark a love of nature, 50 Hikes with Kids Texas highlights the most kid-friendly hikes in the Lone Star State. These hikes are perfect for little legs—they are all under five miles and have an elevation gain of 900 feet of less. Every entry includes the essential details: easy-to-read, trustworthy directions; a detailed map kids can navigate on their own; hike length and elevation gain; bathroom access; and where to grab a bite to eat nearby. Full-color photographs highlight the fun things to see along the trail.

  • “For those who love adventure and want to hike with the whole family, check out 50 Hikes with Kids Texas for the best hikes under five miles and 900 ft elevation. This tactile guide includes maps for kids, bathroom locations, and all the inside info. Your little ones’ curiosity will be inspired as you get them to help you plan your next adventure.”
    Texas Lifestyle Magazine

On Sale
Oct 17, 2023
Page Count
288 pages
Publisher
Timber Press
ISBN-13
9781643263175

Wendy Gorton

Wendy Gorton

About the Author

Wendy holds a master’s degree in learning technologies and is a former classroom teacher. As part of her quest to bring science education alive, she worked as a National Geographic Fellow in Australia researching Tasmanian devils, a PolarTREC teacher researcher in archaeology in Alaska, an Earthwatch teacher fellow in the Bahamas and New Orleans, and a GoNorth! teacher explorer studying climate change via dogsled in Finland, Norway, and Sweden. Today, she is a global education consultant who has traveled to more than fifty countries to design programs, build communities, and train other educators to do the same.

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