Little Timmy slowing you down? In that case, you might want to get one of these kid carriers so you can continue on the trail at your own pace, except this time with a child strapped to your back. We've got standalone carriers as well as those attached to rucksacks so the choice is yours.
Osprey Packs Poco AG Child Carrier 124
Deuter Kid Comfort 2 Kid Carrier 46514
Osprey Packs Poco Raincover 126
Osprey Packs Poco AG Child Carrier 122
Osprey Packs Poco Carrying Case 125
Osprey Packs Poco AG Premium Child Carrier 118
Kelty Pathfinder 3.0 Child Carrier 20651212
Kelty Transit 3.0 Child Carrier 20652212
Osprey Packs Poco AG Premium Child Carrier 116
Deuter KC Deluxe Rain Cover 36624
Deuter Sun Roof and Rain Cover 36614
Osprey Packs Poco AG Child Carrier 123
Outdoor baby carriers are designed to be comfortable for both the baby and the carrier. For the best and easiest carry over long distances, make sure that the back system is fully adjusted. If mom and dad are sharing the load it pays to take a moment to adapt the carry straps to the individual doing the carrying. Some carriers also come with extra storage space for snacks, spare clothes, diapers, and all the 101 little things a baby might need when away from home for the day. Although many come equipped with stands, do remember that these are for loading and unloading only- never leave your child in any carrier without a steadying hand to make sure it doesn't tip up.