Best Hiking Backpack Carriers for Toddlers and Babies

  • It has multiple frame settings for the person carrying, so you can quickly adjust to find the best fit. This means it’ll work for you whether you’re very petite or very tall or heavyset.
  • Supports up to 48 lbs and torso height up to 21 inches
  • Has a sturdy sun cover that tucks into a zipper pocket and it’s well padded for the person that’s doing the carrying.
  • Note: The mamas who pointed out the top features recommended the Deuter Kid Comfort Pro but their 4 carrier backpacks all have their pros and cons so just browse through the 4 and decide what’s best for you!
  • Has a hydration bladder aka external hydration sleeve which is great for hot weather hikes (the norm in sunny San Diego)
  • Has a sun shade that can be tucked in
  • Fits a wide range of parents carrying it — the mama who recommended the Poco Premium said it was very comfortable for mama who’s 5'6", papa who’s 5'11" and an uncle who’s 6'2"

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