Do you like this hiking life? More than 110 hiking legends for “summit” well

Who doesn’t like getting away from it all? Hiking is a totally free natural dose of serotonin, courtesy of Mother Nature. It’s an amazing experience that’s good for the mind, body and soul – which is why hiking is the perfect opportunity for you to introduce your little one to the wonders of nature. It’s a fun activity for the whole family and one you’ll probably want to share on social media. We know; hiking is one of those times when you literally disconnect! But being surrounded by fresh air and beautiful greenery, especially after a long winter stuck indoors, is something you can’t help but want to show off. So, for this reason, you will obviously need some hiking captions on hold for your great photos.

One of the best things about hiking is that you can hike just about anywhere, whether take the local trail near you or spend a day in the woods or mountains on your next vacation. Admittedly, this can make it difficult to choose a legend worthy of Mother Nature. Luckily, you’ll find a whole family-friendly list here to help you describe your fabulous views… wherever they are.

Legends of fun, family-friendly hikes

  1. To walk in nature is to witness a thousand miracles.
  2. Living the backpacking life.
  3. “The mountains are calling me, and I must go.” —John Muir
  4. “Two roads diverged in a wood, and I… took the less traveled one, and that made all the difference.” —Robert Frost
  5. “Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all.” -Helen Keller
  6. “Fall seven times and get up eight.” — Japanese proverb
  7. Hiking hair, don’t worry about it.
  8. “Take only memories, leave only footprints.” —Chief Seattle
  9. A bad day of hiking is better than a good day doing something else.
  10. The best view comes after the hardest climb.
  11. Think outside. No box required.
  12. “I had diverged, digressed, wandered and gone wild.” — Lost Cheryl, Wild
  13. Let’s go where the WiFi is weak.
  14. Living out all my dreams on the hiking trail.
  15. Walk more, worry less.
  16. To slow down! Aren’t you Everest?
  17. “Wear as little as possible, but choose carefully.” — Count Shafferckies
  18. Never take the hike for the granite.
  20. Nothing to lose and a whole world to see.
  21. Wonder. Wander. Repeat.
  22. “Never follow someone else’s path, unless you’re in the woods and you’re lost, and you see a path. By all means, you should follow this. – Ellen Degeneres
  23. “Hiking is just walking where it’s okay to pee.” —Demetri Martin
  24. Dear mountains, I think of you all the time.
  25. Hiking is my therapy.
  26. Actions speak louder than words.
  27. Rising eyes.
  28. Do what is good for your soul.
  29. This is the climb for me.
  30. Unofficial sasquatch patrol club.
  31. Take your own hike.
  32. There is no WiFi in the forest, but you will make a better connection.
  33. Look deep into nature and you will understand everything better.
  34. “I was amazed that what I needed to survive could be carried on my back. And, most surprising of all, that I could carry it. — Lost Cheryl, Wild
  35. All good things are wild and free.
  36. I know I walk like a girl; try to continue.
  37. “Look deep into nature, and you will understand everything better.” -Albert Einstein
  38. Mountain-ing my distance.
  39. Two is a company, trees a crowd.
  40. Go where you feel most alive.
  41. “In all things of nature there is something wonderful.” — Aristotle
  42. I love camping – it’s in tents.
  43. You can visit the same trail twice, but you will never do the same hike twice.
  44. Take only memories; leaves only footprints.
  45. “Each new peak ascended teaches something.” —Sir Martin Conway
  46. Don’t peak.
  47. Felt hike, might delete later.
  48. Feel sharp.
  49. Tall trees, mountain breeze, feeling free.
  50. The Mountain of Youth? It’s hiking.
  51. A walk in nature brings the soul home.
  52. Wild is my favorite way to be.
  53. Everything worthwhile is uphill.
  54. Heels
  55. “I went into the woods because I wanted to live deliberately, to face only the essential facts of life, and see if I couldn’t learn what it had to teach, and not, by coming to die, to discover that I had not lived.” -Henry David Thoreau
  56. I walked around the rock several times.
  57. Pine feeling.
  58. Heaven above, earth below, peace within.
  59. I like hiking.
  60. I am not lost. I explore.
  61. “Of all the paths you take in life, make sure some of them are dirt.” —John Muir
  62. Wander.
  63. If you think you’ve peaked, find a new mountain.
  64. Climb mountains, not so the world can see you, but so you can see the world!
  65. “Feeling LOW? Go to the mountains. — Prajakta Mhadnak
  66. Life should have more mountains and less stress.
  67. The best rides are measured in laughs, not miles.
  68. Some of the best memories are made in hiking boots.
  69. One, two, three more steps to the top.
  70. It’s not how high you go, it’s who you go with.
  71. These boots were made for hiking.
  72. I would be lost without these people (and our GPS).
  73. “I may look like I’m listening to you, but in my head, I’m hiking.” – Unknown
  74. I leaf through myself.
  75. Tryna hike.
  76. A trip well shared is a trip well enjoyed.
  77. Never stop exploring.
  78. Women move mountains.
  79. The family that walks together stays together.
  80. You need special shoes for hiking, and also a special soul.
  81. “When everything looks like an uphill struggle, just think of the view from above.” – Unknown
  82. Summit good.
  83. “It’s not much further now.” — All the parents who took their child on a hike
  84. I feel stocky.
  85. Happiness is hiking.
  86. Hike it. Love.
  87. Side effects of hiking: sweating, euphoria and general sensation.
  88. Sloth Hike Team: We’ll get there when we get there.
  89. Great hiking energy.
  90. Part mountain goat.
  91. Fueled by hiking and cuddling.
  92. Weekend forecast: hiking with the possibility of camping.
  93. Mountains are no fun…they are hilly areas.
  94. It’s all downhill from here.
  95. Life is better in hiking shoes.
  96. There’s no one I’d rather walk with.
  97. You are both at home and on an adventure.
  98. So many hikes, so little time.
  99. Change elevation.
  100. Speechless (and out of breath!).
  101. “I think the moment my legs start moving, my thoughts start flowing.” -Henry David Thoreau
  102. “Going to the top is optional. Getting off is mandatory. — Ed Viesturs
  103. When life gives you mountains, put on your boots and walk.
  104. “Some women want diamonds. Others just want a hammock, a campfire, and some peace and quiet. – Unknown
  105. “Always walk with someone in worse condition than you. The bears out there will know. – Unknown
  106. “If you can find a path without obstacles, it probably leads nowhere.” —Frank A. Clark
  107. “There are no shortcuts to places worth seeing.” —Beverly Sills
  108. “Happiness and hiking go hand in hand or feet in the boot.” —Diane Spicer
  109. “We don’t stop hiking because we get older. We age because we stop walking. — Finis Mitchell
  110. “Not all who wander are lost.” – JRR Tolkien
  111. “There are two kinds of mountaineers, those who climb because their hearts sing when they are in the mountains, and everything else.” —Alex Lowe
  112. “Each new peak ascended teaches something.” —Sir Martin Conway
  113. “No matter how sophisticated you are, a great granite mountain cannot be denied – it speaks silently to the very core of your being.” —Ansel Adams

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