It's not summer until you're up on Front range mountain ridgelines in a tee shirt.
To properly get in the summer groove I took Finn up Near Point, and up the North side of Wolverine and back over near point. Peak bagging with a baby is kinda like adventure racing. You don't want to stop since it will wake up the sleeping kid, If he starts fussing you go faster and see if the motion will soothe him back to sleep, you can't carry much food or water, and you're slightly more uncomfortable with the extra 16 lbs and bottle warming up wedged under your waist belt. If anyone thinks they will get out of shape once they have a kid they are quite wrong! With towing the ski trailer all winter and now hiking and bike trailer, I think it makes you stronger.
Up Near point, over the top, back the ridge to our first stop. Finn likes tundra and crinkly things.
Lucy mid nose dive into the snow:
Top of Wolverine, he started fussing big time once we hit the ridge but I just went faster and he fell back asleep. Success.
Finn was awake the whole way back, so we stopped a bunch.
He was not too thrilled about the moderately overgrown steep trail down N. pt. but he got over it.