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Why You Should Make Hiking a New 4th of July Family Tradition


by Jon Koenig June 27, 2017

This 4th of July, consider adding a family hike to your list of patriotic traditions. Take some time to explore and soak in the true greatness of the place we get to call home. No matter where you are, there’s guaranteed to be a scenic walk, trek, or overlook nearby you can try—maybe even for the first time. 

There’s no better way to celebrate our country than by going outdoors and enjoying the natural splendor of our land. 

This year, by embarking on a hike with your family and friends you pay homage and celebrate the teamwork that is so important to our nation's rich history. Our sense of independence gives us something to fight for and something to take pride in, but it’s our cooperation, understanding, and love of our land and communities that bind us together and make us strong.

So, this 4th of July, start a new tradition and bring your personal community together. Invite family and friends to go on a hike, and whether you walk for 5 minutes or 5 hours, use the time to appreciate the beauty of the land, the freedom to enjoy it, and the history that allows us to live together in prosperity and peace.

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