Taking the kids: And 12 must-haves for gearing up for a fall outdoor adventure
Worn Wear from Patagonia. (Patatonia)

Taking the kids: And 12 must-haves for gearing up for a fall outdoor adventure

This fall, with remote work and school, many families are taking the opportunity for a fall getaway focused on the outdoors where we feel safest. The right gear will help keep you comfortable — and confident — on your adventures.

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TAKING THE KIDS – SO MANY CHOICES FOR FALL GETAWAYS
RVing in Colorado

TAKING THE KIDS – SO MANY CHOICES FOR FALL GETAWAYS

This fall, with many schools, starting with remote learning and parents working from home, there is an unprecedented opportunity for a family road trip

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Taking the Kids: Even if it rains, glamping is still fun
Bald eagle sighted on our fly-fishing trip at Paws Up Resort

Taking the Kids: Even if it rains, glamping is still fun

For the uninitiated, glamping means experiencing the outdoors without the work or challenges (except maybe weather!) that camping typically requires

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Taking the Kids – On a Road Trip in Eastern Utah
An explanation of how arches are formed

Taking the Kids – On a Road Trip in Eastern Utah

Many families like to anchor themselves in Moab because they can visit Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, as well as mountain bike, paddleboard, river raft, horseback ride, hike, fish, golf

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At Glacier National Park: a Covid summer like no other
A family of ducks make their way along the shore of Kintla Lake

At Glacier National Park: a Covid summer like no other

Glacier National Park is only partially open this Covid summer. No park lodging. Eastern side closed completely. So be prepared for scarce lodging, food, even hiking options

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A different kind of camping – Under Canvas
Our tent at the Under Canvas campground near Yellowstone NP

A different kind of camping – Under Canvas

This is camping Under Canvas style, modeled after the traditional safari experience and especially welcome this Pandemic summer when everyone is anxious to enjoy the outdoors but may not want the work of camping, sleeping on the ground or sharing communal bathrooms.

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The Rocky Mountain Towns are Reopening for Adventurers
The awesome troll Isak Heartstone - seen in Breck last summer

The Rocky Mountain Towns are Reopening for Adventurers

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.

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