Calvin's wagon is a small red wagon that often gets driven over conveniently placed cliffs in the woods behind Calvin's house and wrecked crashing into the rocks on the ground below. Hobbes always pushes, while Calvin steers. During a wagon ride, the two usually discuss topics about life, such as fate. They usually are talking about phillosophical topics and the metaphors they used usually end up being intertwined with the convesation. Hobbes is usually listening.
During the winter, Calvin and Hobbes use a sled, as the wagon cannot work in the snow.