Upper Valley Walking Bucket List

walking bucket list

Creating a Walking Bucket List

This week I created a walking bucket list. I have a month left before I go back to work (I’m a teacher) and I want to make the most of it. I also have a three month old so my list had to be baby friendly.

I compiled my list with the help of Upper Valley Trails Alliance and Upper Valley Land Trust. I already knew about the Upper Valley trails and had started walking them last year but I felt like I struck gold when I saw the Upper Valley Land Trust, which included many more walks I’m excited to try. So my one page list soon became double sided. What’s nice is that there’s even a website where you can search for trails by activity type like snow shoeing or fishing in the Upper Valley.

Pictures Needed

When I started this adventure I wasn’t sure what to expect so I wore my hiking boots and brought a back pack. The directions, descriptions, and maps provided by the two organizations were very helpful, but I wished there were pictures and more information about whether the hike was kid friendly.
Here’s where I come in. I’ll be providing pictures of my walking adventures so whether you’re a parent, avid hiker, or just someone wanting to get outside, you’ll know what the walk is like before you go.

Come exploring with me.

2 Comment

  1. Courtney Dragiff says: Reply

    You can also sign up for Hanover Conservancy’s monthly e-newsletter! It includes a Hike of the Month with detailed descriptions of what to expect. You can also find them at http://www.hanoverconservancy.org/hanover-hike-of-the-month/ .

  2. katie says: Reply

    Thank you. I just signed up. I look forward to trying them.

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