Snowy mountains. A giant, salty desert. Rugged terrain. Beehive decor. Wait, what? You might think you know Utah, but Salt Lake City is FULL of surprises. And while most of us don’t associate beer with Utah, Salt Lake City has an absolutely incredible craft beer scene! Here’s everything you need to know about Salt Lake City breweries and brewpubs, with a healthy dose of weird history mixed in for good measure.
Ice-capped mountains. Sweeping valleys. Aquamarine lakes spilling into gushing waterfalls. Welcome to Glacier National Park, one of the USA’s first – and best – stunning National Parks, and a playground for both outdoor enthusiasts … and bears. (And moose!) We designed the perfect 2-day Glacier National Park itinerary for folks with limited time to explore the park. A short getaway to Glacier National Park is one of the best ways to spend your weekend!
Ice-capped mountains. Aquamarine lakes. Down-home ranchers. Bears, moose, bison, and llamas. Wait… llamas?! Welcome to Montana, where there are two times as many cows as people and miles and miles of gorgeous, rolling wilderness to explore! Montana has so much to offer, including its crown jewel: Glacier National Park. We’ve designed the perfect 10-day Montana road trip itinerary through Western Montana, complete with all the details you need to help you plan each step of your trip. And yes, there are llamas. (You’re welcome.)
Snowy mountains. Powdery slopes. A shimmering alpine lake. Semi-creepy frontier history. Every year for the last 7 years, we’ve visited Lake Tahoe for a weekend of snowy fun, skiing, and hot tubbing! Although Lake Tahoe has a reputation for being pricey, it absolutely does NOT have to be! We’ve created the guide we wished we had when we moved here almost a decade ago, with ALL the things you need to know about planning a Lake Tahoe winter trip on a budget. From how to plan a trip to Lake Tahoe affordably, to which ski resorts to visit, to what to do if you don’t ski or snowboard, to all the things nobody tells you about visiting Lake Tahoe, this massive guide has everything you need! See you on the slopes this season *insert guitar riff and cringey 80’s ski montage here.*
Las Vegas is one of the most famous, bucket-list destinations in the USA. Everyone’s gotta go there once in a lifetime. (Or, if you happen to live in California, everyone’s gotta go there at least once a year.) The parties are as lit as the neon signs, the food is amazing, and there’s no shortage of nightlife or entertainment! We tapped a Las Vegas local to create a jam-packed guide to planning a trip to Las Vegas on a budget, including everything from where to stay, when to go, the best FREE things to do in Las Vegas, local’s tips and tricks, the best Vegas photo spots, and even how to get into nightclubs for free. It’s everything you need to visit Las Vegas on a dime!
Crisp mountain air. Shimmering lakes. Scenic drives. Colorful fall foliage. Welcome to June Lake, California: a rustic, quirky little mountain town in the high Eastern Sierra Nevada mountains packed with scenic trails, awe-inspiring views, and alpine lakes. This Eastern Sierras getaway has some of the best fall foliage in the state, plus skiing, snowboarding, fishing, hiking, hot springs, and more! Also, it’s kinda haunted, which we consider a major plus. Here’s 12 things to do in this charming mountain village getaway!