Leaf peeping in Crested Butte totally lives up to the hype. But the options can feel a little overwhelming, the lodging expensive…and the trails a little steep. Crested Butte’s beauty is the result of a lot of big mountains erupting straight up out the valley it’s situated in. I was worried about finding beginner-friendly hiking with the views I was after. But I was wrong!
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How to take a baby on a camper van trip
Camper vans feel especially safe during a pandemic, but navigating the options with a baby isn’t easy. This is how I handled a baby on board for two Colorado road trips.
Beginner’s guide to your first road trip with a baby
This post was originally written before the coronavirus outbreak in the United States. It was updated when we traveled locally in our state, taking every precaution we could. Please travel and recreate responsibly based on your local area’s restrictions as well as guidelines for your destination. This website is a great resource. By the timeContinue reading “Beginner’s guide to your first road trip with a baby”
Beginner’s guide to Yellowstone National Park
Trip map created using Wanderlog, for making itineraries on iOS and Android I can’t overstate just how enormous Yellowstone National Park is, which can make planning a trip a little intimidating. Things are so spread out that the park itself has full-service gas stations and grocery stores. There’s just SO much to see at thisContinue reading “Beginner’s guide to Yellowstone National Park”
Beginner’s Travel Guide: Three-Day Weekend in Moab, Utah
Moab is a popular destination for Denverites, Coloradans, and plenty of my other neighbors out west. If you haven’t made a road trip to this desert destination, put it on your list! The only challenge is deciding what sights to see (and resigning yourself to the fact that the town is way less cool thanContinue reading “Beginner’s Travel Guide: Three-Day Weekend in Moab, Utah”