This book offers a very valuable tool for all those, young and old, hoping to spend a pleasant day or two in a truly awesome setting. Not to be missed.
I recommend this book as family hikes can be a good form of physical activity and an excellent form of social support, which are two of many key elements that are important to a healthy lifestyle.
This book is an easy to use, icon-based, hiking guide for families, inspired from Lynda’s own experiences with her family out on the trails. Fun and easy to use, this manual is aimed at helping families have a great day out on the trails. Thank you, Lynda!
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