Family-Friendly Ski Resorts

By Roland Leiser Most ski resorts think of themselves as family-friendly. So remarks Penny Smith, president of Daman-Nelson Travel, a member of the Ski Tour Operators Association. That said, a consensus of tour specialists suggests that a family-friendly resort should: 1. Accept snowboarders. 2. Provide plenty of trails for beginner and intermediate skiers and snowboarders. …

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Can You Dig It?

Text and Photos by Dorothea S. Michelman If you’re looking for a getaway that offers an education and a treasure hunt, you’ll dig Colorado’s Crow Canyon Archaeological Center. Here, visitors rediscover Indian culture through artifacts, lectures and tours. For the past 100 years, the area has been an important focal point for archeological research. The …

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Bordering Zion National Park and Gourmet Meals at Blue Belly Grill

By Ann Hattes Photos by Neil Hattes Amidst the highest concentration of natural scenic wonders in the United States sits 4,000 acre Zion Ponderosa Ranch Resort. Zion National Park is just next door; Bryce, 75 minutes away; Grand Canyon 120 minutes; Lake Powell, 105 minutes; Cedar Breaks National Monument, 55 minutes; Grand Staircase National Monument, …

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