How Children Walk Differently to Adults

Australian journalist Andrew Bain is one of our favourite writers.
His insightful blog, Adventure before Avarice, touches on many topics related to the wonderful world of adventure, however this one struck us as particularly worth sharing through our own blog.
Kids see the world much differently to adults and perhaps something can be learned from them, rather than the other way around.
Enjoy the read – it’s well worth taking a moment to absorb the very valid thought.

Adventure before Avarice

Those who’ve been following this blog until now will know the importance I place on introducing children to the outdoors, hopefully generating a love for the natural world and confidence in their own self-sufficiency.

Last week I spent four days hiking with my 10-year-old daughter, climbing to the summit of Frenchmans Cap, one of the most prominent mountains in Tasmania. I then took my eight-year-old son for a three-day hike around Freycinet Peninsula, circuiting its beaches and crossing the summit of Mt Graham.

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