Canada’s 150th anniversary of confederation is just a few months away — they’re calling it Canada’s “big year”. What better time to check out Canada’s capital?
You don’t have to spend 300 days a year on the road with your kids to know the ins and outs of family travel. But it helps.
If you’re a skier or snowboarder, then the winter of 2016 will be one not just for your record book, but also for the record book. And that’s particularly true of the Lake Tahoe region in California, which got slammed with ridiculous amounts of snow. Turns out that was just the opening act.
Creating America’s largest ski resort looks simple on paper. Take two ginormous ski areas — Park City and Canyons — build a connecting lift, and behold: America’s biggest mountain destination! It’s not that simple in practice.
No one likes highway tolls, but imagine driving down miles of rural Georgia road, only to be confronted with a gate. You’d probably wonder if it’s worth paying the $5 to visit a place like Jekyll Island. I’m glad I did.
Southern Colorado has its secrets. And if you’re traveling with three kids, the secrets reveal themselves to you, whether they want to or not.
If you’ve seen one dude ranch you’ve seen ’em all, right?
If you have a thing for European-inspired traditions, take a detour to Regina, Saskatchewan on your next North American road trip.
All roads lead to Winnipeg. Sorry, Rome. But in the Canadian midwest, that’s certainly true.