Disneyland vs Disney World - which is better? Both are amazing, but here's a comparison of the rides, themed areas, and food.
Choosing where to ski on your precious vacation time is not an easy task. Every ski resort has its own vibe. It might be luxury, laid-back, or family-friendly. Every skier has his or her own vibe, too.
Planning a California vacation can mean so many things. From Disneyland to Hollywood and camping to skiing, you can do it all.
If you're planning a vacation that involves seeing some different sites around southern California, The Hills Hotel fits the bill and is easy on the wallet.
The snow gods buried Squaw Valley in 60+ feet this winter! For the first time ever, the Spring Skiing Capital of Squaw Valley will be open after July 4th!
Take a stroll downtown and you'll find no shortage of places to eat in Breckenridge, Colorado. Winter or summer, this mountain town is full of fun, family-friendly, fabulous restaurants. Here are 7 you should try.
When my family visited Deer Valley Ski Resort in Park City, Utah, we called it “The Happiest Place on Snow.”
Armed with these recommendations and a classic Tahoe bluebird day, your beginner skiers will leave with warm, fuzzy feelings about the sport and be begging to get back out again.
Keystone Resort in Colorado puts families first, and still offers plenty for adults. Here are 17 ways the whole family can enjoy a ski vacation at Keystone!
If you're lucky enough to be skiing in the Western US, you can almost always count on at least one, big March storm to dump that sweet powder! Here are six of my favorite resorts for spring skiing.
Planning a vacation to Steamboat Springs, Colorado? Check out the Steamboat Grand for your lodging. If you're skiing with kids, they make every aspect of your stay effortless.
Ice Castles, a giant installation of ice mountains, caves and slides, offers families a magical way to get out and enjoy winter.
The Shooting Star Saloon in Huntsville, Utah, is the oldest continuously operating bar in the state, and a quirky stop to enjoy a delicious burger and a cold beer.
Taking a snowcat up to the top of Cobabe Canyon at Powder Mountain, Utah, I knew I'd be able to handle the terrain, even if it wasn't a graceful run. And it definitely was not.
Despite the tasty food, the 500+ inches of superior snow annually, the vast, inviting terrain and complete absence of lift lines, Powder Mountain is not on a lot of people's radar. And the regulars like it that way.