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Hiking is something we love to do as a family. We’ve already taken several this spring, and have more planned for summer. Exploring and getting into the heart of nature are two reasons we love it.
With fantastic weather over the weekend, and National Trails day being June 3rd, we packed up the printable hiking scavenger hunt and Blue Lizard® Australian Sunscreen for a hiking adventure!
Printable Hiking Scavenger Hunt
Finding new places to hike always offers new adventures, but we don’t always have time to go far away. Some of our favorite hiking trails are right in town, like Western Historic Trails Center and Fairmount Park where we took our recent hike.
The kids have been many times, so a printable hiking scavenger hunt made it a new adventure for them. Searching for things like pinecones and grasshoppers had them looking in areas they hadn’t before.
I even made mom life easier and added sunscreen to the picture so I would remember to reapply and the kids wouldn’t argue. When you are hiking in high temps, water and sunscreen are musts and something I always pack.
Being out in the sun that long, I like having protection like Blue Lizard® to keep my family safe from the sun. Ranked as one of the top sunscreens by the Environmental Working Group (EWG) Blue Lizard® provides all the coverage needed with broad spectrum UVA/UVB protection (SPF30+) and unique zinc oxide formulation.
One big reason I like Blue Lizard’s® is because of how well it goes on. I’m not left with greasy residue or white hands that take forever to wash off, which aren’t fun to have on a hike.
Another awesome thing is the Patented Smart Bottle™ technology. The bottle literally changes color when exposed to harmful UV sunlight. In the above photo, my husband is reapplying in the shade on the hike. Notice the lighter shade of blue?
The bottle below is after the hike, while the kids are playing at the water playground in full sunlight. The blue is noticeably darker. Moms, this can be used as a great teaching tool for your kids on when to re-apply sunscreen.
Grab your printable hiking scavenger hunt below, pack your backpack, and get ready for an adventure in nature. Don’t forget the sunscreen!