We Californians like to joke that the only state we love as much as California is Colorado. (I say joke, but we’re being totally serious.) But I think it’s because we share a lot in common with our landlocked friend-state: legal weed (hayyy), glorious snow-capped mountains, and an unofficial state-wide obsession with rock climbing. Something else our states both share is an endless number of towns, villages, cities, and parks to explore on a weekend getaway! There are also tons of fun, beautiful, and downright weird places to explore on a weekend getaway in Colorado. We partnered with some of our favorite travel bloggers to create this list of the best weekend getaways in Colorado!
A spiritual mecca. A festival celebrating a frozen corpse. A haunted college town. Oh, and Rocky Mountain National Park. What do these have in common? They’re all some of the best day trips from Boulder, Colorado! Discover these 8 quirky weekend getaway destinations for your next trip to Colorado, plus what to do in each spot.
Zion was Utah’s very first National Park. Today, it is a true hiking mecca and one of the best hiking destinations in the United States! Discover the red cliffs of Zion National Park on foot in these 6 incredible Zion day hikes. The hikes range from easy to hard. Plus, we’ve included everything you need to know about what to expect on each hike, what to pack, where to stay, and how to get to each hike using the free Zion shuttle bus!
Yosemite National Park is one of the most stunning destinations in the United States. But where should you stay during your visit? We’ve found the BEST place to stay just outside of the entrance of Yosemite National Park. And, spoilers, there are UNLIMITED S’MORES. Yes, you read that right.
My hometown of Louisville, Kentucky is a city full of surprises – for those that have never visited, that is. Many people are surprised when they find out that Louisville is the 16th largest city in the country. Or that, unlike the state it’s a… [read more]
If you live in the Bay Area, very weekend is a chance to explore one of California’s many iconic destinations. Within a few hours drive from San Francisco at any time of the year there’s beach, forest, mountains, snow, desert… anything your heart desires. Here are our 10 favorite weekend trips from San Franscisco, plus what to do & where to eat in each destination.