From hoodoos and canyons to rivers and valleys, a one-week Utah national parks road trip will blow you away. Here’s how to drive it yourself.
Stay: The Lodges at Deer Valley
Located At:2900 Deer Valley Drive East, Park City, UT 84060
Expect: Picturesque location, close chairlift access, and multiple accommodation options for groups of all sizes from hotel rooms to multi-bedroom suites
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There is so much more to this city than ASU and lively nightlife. From horseback riding to hiking, here’s what to do in Tempe, Arizona over a long weekend!
Montana’s Glacier National Park covers 1,583 square miles. It’s a massive park and one that requires a couple of days to explore. If you’re planning a trip up to Glacier National Park and researching where to stay, read on for 3 lodging options at any budget!
Curious about what to do in Glacier National Park? From driving Going-to-the-Sun Road to eating all things huckleberry, read on for the ultimate 3-day itinerary.
The rumors are real – Sedona is spectacular and other-worldly and well worth the drive. Here’s my 2-day road trip guide to Sedona, from how to get there, to what to do and where to eat along the way!
Palos Verdes is not one of those places that necessarily screams ‘look at me.’ But that’s exactly what makes it so special. And, it’s just a short drive from Los Angeles! Here’s my full guide on what to do and experience in Palos Verdes, California.
Need some off-the-beaten-path ideas for your next US road trip? Read on for 10 incredibly unique and unexpected destinations that need to be on your radar.
In the short 2-hour drive from Phoenix to Sedona, you are rewarded with absolutely unparalleled views. But what is a road trip without some fun stops? From one of the oldest preserved cliff dwellings in the entire continent, to a 1970s era experimental community, to some truly famous pie, here are 5 worthwhile stops to check out along the way!
If you want your road trip to be as unforgettable, epic, and disaster-free as possible, you’ll want to keep some key things in mind before hitting the road. Read on for my road trip planning tips to help you stay sane on long drives.
Want to get away from the city for a little while? The Getaway House’s tiny cabins, found outside of major cities over the USA, might be just the way to go. Read on for my full review of The Getaway House, plus everything you need to know to plan your trip.
While some ski resort towns might all but close down for the season, Park City charges forward, adapting to the polar-opposite weather with ease. Read on for everything you know to have an epic summer in Park City, Utah – 6 summer activities, where to eat, and where to stay.
Stay: Terranea Resort Palos Verdes
Located At: 100 Terranea Way, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275
Expect: A sustainable, oceanfront resort experience for nature lovers just outside of Los Angeles
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Imagine tranquil water so still you can clearly see every colorful stone, glacier-dotted mountain peaks, and the kind of terrain that makes you forget you’re in the USA. That’s Glacier National Park. Read on for my guide to everything you need to know before you visit!
Havasupai Falls is one of the most idyllic – and remote – waterfall destinations in the world. To get there takes a lot of planning and grit, but it is worth the effort! Read up on everything you need to know about visiting Havasupai Falls, from getting a permit, to planning for your hike, to staying in the campgrounds, and more.
One thing I love about wandering around the US, just outside of the behemoth cities, is discovering what else is buzzing along, waiting to be uncovered by fresh eyes. For a relatively small city, Grand Rapids’ scene is impressively rich. And, Michiganders know how to do all seasons, but particularly summer, right. Here are 7 reasons why Grand Rapids should be on your radar, from mind-blowing places to eat, to epic beach spots, and everything in between.
It’s funny how when people ask you where in the world you’d like to travel, more often than not, we choose someplace on the opposite end of the earth. Suffice it to say, it’s easy to just blatantly forget about the destinations that are closest to us when it comes to planning out trips.
I was honestly a little skeptical at first when I found out I’d be heading to Park City for 4 days with a bunch of people, all of whom could ski or snowboard, while I myself would probably be doing mankind a better service by keeping my feet firmly planted on the ground instead of up on the slopes. But after 4 jam-packed days in Park City, I could NOT have had a better time.
Just a couple hours from Los Angeles by car, Solvang is a quaint Danish town tucked away in wine country. It’s a perfect day trip during the holidays. Here’s why!