Dege Peak Trail is a a gorgeous hike in Mt Rainier National Park. Bring the kids to hike this trail, but be ready for a little uphill climb. Making it to the peak is worth every step on this beautiful trail.
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Gorge Lake Campground sits along Gorge Lake, just west of Diablo Lake and Diablo Dam. Close to trails and available through reservation only.
If you find yourself traveling on highway 20 through the north cascades, be sure to take a moment to visit the Diablo Lake Overlook for some breathtaking views.
Before you enter the Grafton Ghost Town, make sure that you have stopped and spent time in the Grafton Cemetery. Our Grafton Cemetery post (here) […read more]
Grafton, UT is full of southern Utah history and can be found just outside of Zion National Park. If you live in the area, or […read more]
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Taylor Creek trail runs along Taylor Creek, which is found in Kolob Canyon (the northwest section of Zion National Park). 5 miles round-trip, moderate hiking level, but worth every step. A fantastic adventure! (Even the 4 year old made it!)
Riverside Walk is one of my favorite places to go in Zion where you can relax and let the kids have fun. No crazy ledges to worry about; just be and enjoy.
Bryce Canyon National Park is located in southwestern Utah, approximately 2.5-3 hours from St. George, Utah. We decided that we would make this a family […read more]