Visiting Death Valley National Park with kids

Death Valley National Park is a natural wonder that is sure to leave a lasting impression on visitors. Over millennia, the vast desert wilderness has been shaped by erosion, extreme temperatures, and mineral deposits that have painted the canyons in colors. During our recent family trip, we had the opportunity to explore the park’s top sights and hiking trails, and the experience was truly remarkable. Let’s review everything you need to keep in mind before your trip to Death Valley National Park.

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Top kid-friendly things to do in Vail Valley, Colorado, in winter (besides skiing)

This winter, we spent a few days in Beaver Creek, Colorado. It’s no secret that Colorado is a winter wonderland with plenty of skiing and snowboarding opportunities. But what if your family wants to do some other fun activities besides hitting the slopes? Here are the top kid-friendly things to do in Colorado during the winter months.

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Visiting Alaska’s glaciers with kids

If you’re planning a trip to Alaska, witnessing the glaciers should be at the top of your list. Alaska is home to some of the most magnificent glaciers in the world. As enormous masses of ancient ice slowly flow down mountain valleys, glaciers shape the very landscape of Alaska. Did you know there are tens of thousands of glaciers in Alaska?

Over the past few years, our family has been fortunate to visit several of Alaska’s renowned glaciers, such as Mendenhall Glacier near Juneau and the Exit Glacier within the Kenai Fjords National Park. Thus, we decided to create a small guide to share some useful tips for families who are planning to visit some of Alaska’s glaciers. Keep on reading!

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Day trips from Seattle, Washington

If you happen to be in Seattle, Washington and are looking to combine your stay in the city with some quick day trips, we’ve compiled a few ideas for you. Seattle is surrounded by mountains and evergreen forests, and islands. Moreover, there are three National Parks in the proximity to the city! But if you only have a day to explore the area and cannot afford a long trip, don’t worry! Here are some suggestions for short day-trip destinations from Seattle.

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