The Bay Area is one of the most beautiful places to live in the country, and there’s no better way to explore its natural beauty than by hiking on its many trails across the region’s nine counties. Over the years, my family and I have waded together in coastal tide pools, climbed a hill to see the iconic South San Francisco sign up close and personal, scaled a dormant volcano, explored a Native American village, trekked behind coyotes, and — of course — taken dozens of pics of the Golden Gate Bridge.
I started my kids early, on short jaunts in the infant carrier and stroller rides on hard-packed paths. After they graduated to two legs and throwing sticks, we roamed further into the myriad of trails around the Bay. Even now, with their noses in their phones, my kids can be coaxed off their devices and into the wild. At least to grab a selfie. Hiking has become a family tradition that we hope to continue, even after the kids leave the nest.
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