The national parks in Colorado and Utah are bucket list destinations for many travelers, and for good reason! The rugged terrain, inspiring views, rich histories and vibrant communities will create memories for you and your family that will last a lifetime.
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What’s the best thing about South Lake Tahoe? You don’t have to choose. Lake or mountains? They’ve got both. Summer or winter? Either—every season is amazing. Luxury and adventure? Yes and yes. You see, you can have a rugged, adventure-packed visit and still enjoy the finer things in life when you visit South Lake Tahoe. Choose your favorites or choose it all; no matter what, you’ll be in awe of the rich experiences that await in South Lake Tahoe.
Join me on an epic 4-day, 4-park, father-daughter road trip through Texas and New Mexico. From the desert mountains of Big Bend to the underground caves of Carlsbad Caverns, we bonded over the open road and were awestruck by incredible scenery and history.
Just like with the photo opportunities, there is no shortage of hot springs offerings in this part of Colorado.
Unspoiled scenery, lively entertainment and an inspired arts scene are just a few things to do in Logan, Utah. The list goes on, so pack your sense of adventure and head to Cache Valley for a trip you’ll never want to end!
Arizona is a veritable sanctuary for those seeking wellness and self-care. From the vortexes in Sedona to the hot springs outside Phoenix, almost every corner of the state has your wellbeing in mind.
Whether you’re looking for a winter wonderland or a warm escape, these are best places to visit in winter in the US! Snow-capped mountains, cozy chalets and secluded beaches are all accessible year-round but especially enjoyable during the colder months. Wherever you’re headed, but sure to plan for the weather in your dream winter destination.
From the peak of Mount Whitney to the depths of Death Valley—that’s how many options there are for things to do near Bishop, California. If that’s a bit extreme, here are a few more ideas: birding and fishing, cool rocks and hot springs, 4 wheel drive and all-star skies.
Autumn in Colorado is a truly magical time of year. The air is crisp, opportunities to enjoy a warm beverage are plentiful (pumpkin spice latte, anyone?) and the changing aspen leaves dancing in the treetops and swirling through the air are breathtaking. We’ve put together a list of our favorite spots to enjoy fall colors in Colorado for you – happy leaf peeping!
Skip the spring break crazies on the ski slopes and head to a quieter corner of Colorado: Alamosa in the San Luis Valley. At only 7,544 feet elevation, Alamosa is a warmer–and quieter–option for those eager to hit the highway for a road trip come springtime.