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Heather Erquiaga is Trekaroo’s Assistant Blog Editor. She can usually be found on Southern California’s trails with her husband and two boys. Her family is on a mission to earn as many Jr. Ranger Badges as possible. In winter, chances are she’s obsessively checking the weather for a chance of snow while curled up with a good book. Follow her travels on Instagram.

Snow Play Activities that Kids Love

Snow-glistening, fluffy, magnificent snow! While snow is often associated with the sound of steep hillsides being carved below a freshly waxed pair of skis, the white stuff is perfect for all kinds of family fun. Here are some of our favorite ways for snow play off the slopes.

Moms Need to Travel Too: A Week at Zion Ponderosa Ranch Resort’s Women’s Getaway Retreat

  “I needed this.” “I feel like myself again.” “I was stuck in a rut. I’m not anymore.” “I can breathe again.” “I’m so glad I came.” “I’m so happy I met you all.” These are only some phrases that I heard over and over again during Zion Ponderosa Ranch Resort’s Women’s Getaway Retreat. We...
Outdoor Adventures in Las Vegas

Family Outdoor Adventures in Las Vegas

Photo by: Bigstock/raphoto Does Las Vegas have outdoor activities for families? Usually, the first thing to come to mind when one thinks of Las Vegas is The Strip. It is what helped give Vegas the nickname “Sin City” after all. One weekend in winter, my family headed out to discover Vegas out from under the fluorescent...
Road School Exploring Children's Literature and Writing

Road School: Exploring Children’s Literature and Writing

Whether a book sparks interest in history, an iconic spot, nature, culture, or writing itself, children's literature is a powerful way to open our kids’ eyes to something new.
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