The Sobinovsky sisters from West Virginia have spent a lot of time during their young lives traveling to U.S. national parks and earning Junior Ranger Badges.
According to National Parks Traveler, the three sisters have amassed more than 700 Junior Ranger Badges altogether.
Maria, who is 12 and has been doing it the longest, has earned a whopping 304 badges. Her younger sisters, 9-year-old twins Gina and Lisa, have 220 each.
The Junior Ranger Program was designed to get young kids and their families involved in the outdoors and in the country’s national parks. To earn the badges, Junior Rangers attend an Interpretive Ranger program, do a few outdoor activities and log them in a Junior Ranger Booklet, and pick up some trash in a park.
According to National Parks Traveler, the Sobinovsky sisters are well on their way to earning a badge from each of the 397 national parks in America.
Screen grab of Junior Ranger Booklet via Abraham Lincoln Birthplace, National Historical Park, Kentucky.