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When you're done with the book (it's a quick read of just a few hours), you will want to know more.
The author is so very supportive of her children that one does not doubt that Alex will deftly overcome the inevitable sexism she will face throughout her life.
When Herr's 5 year old daughter Alex fell in love with hiking, mother and daughter set a goal to hike all of New Hampshire's 4000 ft peaks.
I bought this while looking for books about hiking the AT and/or the PCT. While it does contain some info about hiking with children, it is rather flat and boring, most of it about... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Carolyn Dargevics
This book was the perfect antidote to the self doubt that comes from being a mother and wanting to have what many consider to be "unsafe" adventures in the outdoors. Read morePublished 5 months ago by heather mallory
Well written and keeps your attention. Would recommend to family/friends.Published 5 months ago by Wlandj
Our book club read this, and the consensus was that the book was mostly about the mom and not the daughter. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Janet Lee Davis
This brave account of hiking with your daughter was a very moving. Thanks for sharing it with us all. I liked how you and your daughter strengthened each other on this journey. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Judy Grandle
Amazing adventure in mountain climbing with a five year old child. Small children can make good decisions if given the chance.Published 7 months ago by Judy Gitchel
It is good to hear of girls/women doing what they love no matter what others say. The bonding between mother and daughters during such adventures I'll be invaluable later.Published 7 months ago by Bernadine Eaton