Parents: You Can Still Ski On Your Family Ski Trip

Coat, hat, mittens, extra socks, goggles, helmet, snow pants, skis. Oh and a base layer. He will need a base layer. Does he need a packed lunch? I can’t remember if they feed him there. I should look it up…. Read More →

What to Do with Babies in the Snow

What to Do With Babies While Skiing

Every parent with a baby faces the same dilemma when they are ready to strap on their skis or board again: What do you do with your baby while you are cruising down the mountain? Obviously, they are too little… Read More →

Teaching Kids to Ski & Snowboard: Help Your Little Ones Hit the Slopes

Old man winter has taken over the thermostat. Temperatures are dropping around the northern hemisphere and mountains are starting to see a few flakes of snow. All too soon ski lifts chairs will be moving up the mountain, bringing ski… Read More →

Orcas Island: From Sea to Mountain

Pack your bags and head north of Seattle to the Anacortes ferry terminal. Hop (or drive) aboard a Washington State Ferry for the weekend as you explore the beauty of Orcas Island, the largest of the islands in the San… Read More →

Take Advantage of National Park Fee Free Days

Summer is almost over, but there is still so much to explore. Did you know that out of 401 national parks, 268 are free to enter 365 days of the year? However, if you want to see one of the 133… Read More →

Three Reasons to Visit Washington’s Big Four Ice Caves

On the north face of Big Four Mountain in Washington’s Cascade Mountains,  Mother Nature is doing her thing in a beautiful way. Avalanches fall off the mountain all winter and spring. As that snow continues to melt it turns into waterfalls… Read More →

5 Best Spots to Camp for Families in Western Washington

Summer sees the rain clouds disappear and the sun peak our for months at a time in the Pacific Northwest. Seattleites flock to the lakes, forest and coast to soak up a little warm weather, but they can’t always go… Read More →