With ski areas opening earlier across North America this year, fingers crossed it’ll be a big snow, big mountain ski season.
Lori Knowles, Special to QMI Agency
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It was a steamy day in May when SeaWorld launched its coolest Florida attraction.
They call it The Surf Bus -- a groovy, Scooby-Doo-like Mystery Machine that chortles up to our hotel, the Hilton Hawaiian Village in Honolulu.
This time our target is Tofino, B.C., a ruggedly handsome spot for active moms and career girls getting away from kids and work -- women who like to hike, surf, stroll, soak, and of course, eat.
Madness may ensue once the kids break out of school March 8 for their annual spring holiday.
British Columbia is a candy store for skiers, with a little something powdery and sweet for every enthusiast.
There's no question Quebec has its own unique quality as a ski and snowboard destination.
Christmas is over and now we settle in for winter -- a time to either hibernate, head south or embrace the cold and snow with sense of outdoor adventure.
I can hear the inner cries of many moms and dads -- my comrades in arms -- as the holiday season approaches: "Two weeks off school? How will we cope?"
There's a city with an old-world/new-world feel that's equally cosmopolitan and equally family oriented, yet a whole lot closer to home: Montreal.
Geocaching -- aka hi-tech treasure hunting -- is one adventurous way to keep kids connected during long car rides and sightseeing tours.
Why not savour the end of summer by listing a mash-up of all things fun still in the offing for families?
For a village that was little more than a chairlift and a garbage dump a few decades ago, Whistler, B.C., sure has a way of drawing a crowd.
Here are 10 tips that will make this ultimate family road trip a relatively smooth one!
The time to tour the docks of Norfolk, Va., is 7 a.m. on a summer morning, just as the yachtsmen and women are brewing coffee, flipping eggs, stirring grits, searing bacon.
It happens once every 10 years, spectacular tall ships with billowing sails and multiple masts glide smoothly into harbours along the U.S. eastern seaboard.
Curious as to why so many of us are missing out on the one activity that is supposed come as naturally as hockey, Ontario Parks asked why.
Every morning starts the same: First, the breeze off the Caribbean Sea flutters the filmy curtains covering our windows.
To help you prepare for warmer weather getaways, here are a few fun and family friendly travel ideas.
It's a cruise ship kind of start to the day in Portillo, Chile.