I last rafted the Grand Canyon 40 years ago on a trip where we paddled, following the guide’s shouted directions. I was glad for the opportunity to go again, confident that we could raft safely and stay healthy with Western River’s comprehensive COVID-19 mitigation plan
Certainly, there is a lot to feel anxious about this summer whether you are at home or traveling with spikes in COVID-19 cases in many states. Locals in Wyoming, like elsewhere, say they are nervous seeing so many out of state license plates
We’re talking about the havoc the COVID-19 Pandemic has wreaked on in lives. That includes, of course, any travel plans we might have had for this summer.
As long as you are willing to wear masks and social distance, you will find mountain towns have fine-tuned their lodging, restaurants, and guided adventures so that you can get outdoors and enjoy yourselves this summer—safely.
A Q&A with Dr. David Schonfeld, expert on children's mental health issues, on coping with fear and disappointment during the pandemic
As we head into summer and as states slowly reopen during the pandemic, that is the question every family is asking. Is it safe to go on vacation, or even a short road trip?
This year New York’s American Museum of Natural History’s EarthFest festivities are taking place online with a family-friendly, all-day festival tomorrow, April 22.
Whether you’re sheltering in place by choice or command, we hope you’ll enjoy touring seven great destinations you can visit virtually from home.
Surefoot started in Park City UT and is now the world’s biggest ski boot specialty store company, with shops all over the US and Europe
We can be more mindful about how what gear we choose can be better for the environment—clothes too—everything from socks to shirts, jackets to ski pants, purses and backpacks