Our favorite stroller is the B.O.B. This is hands down the best stroller we've ever used. It can haul all of our stuff, carry the kids, and it even has rear suspension. Pushing the B.O.B. is a lot less tiring and easier on the wrists and elbows. It's more expensive, but worth every penny.
We've tried all kinds of water bottles, but the CamelBak Eddy is our favorite. They don't leak or spill, easy to open and close, and easy to clean. Plus, in our experience, they are virtually indestructible!
We've hiked all over Utah with our kids using an Ergobaby. It's perfect for most sizes and for petite folk, I feel like it's easier to carry kids with the Ergo versus the Osprey Poco.
Forsake "sneakerboots" are our favorite hiking shoes. They are waterproof and breathable, super comfortable, and provide great ankle support and stability without restricting motion.
When hiking where there are a lot of elevation changes, or in places with uneven ground, trekking poles can help you keep your footing and reduce fatigue. We recommend bringing some when visiting this location.
You'll want a headlamp when visiting here. We don't have a favorite, but we usually buy cheaper ones since they tend to get lost or broken a lot :)
We've taken Chacos on every kind of hike imaginable, and haven't been let down. These sandals are great for any type of terrain, and we especially love wearing them when we know we'll be walking through water.
The Osprey Poco Child Carries is one of our favorite hiking kid carriers. We've carried 4 children in the same pack for over 7 years! It's held up well and we love all the storage. We do feel that this is best for taller people and not as well-fitting for petite persons.
"Zions is a bank, not a National Park."
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Zion National Park badge featuring bighorn sheep.