Hazel Loerch plays in the woods near the Mountain Loop Highway, where it’s gated for the winter at Deer Creek. (Jessi Loerch / Herald File)

Hazel Loerch plays in the woods near the Mountain Loop Highway, where it’s gated for the winter at Deer Creek. (Jessi Loerch / Herald File)

Kids and the wilderness: ‘The outdoors is saving their lives’

Outdoorsman Michael Lanza’s advice? Don’t be afraid to explore the outdoors with your children.

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