Natural Bridge in Bryce Canyon Natural Park. Photo © Paul Brady/123rf.

Visiting Bryce, Zion, and the Grand Canyon in Winter

Grand Canyon National Park, Zion National Park, and Bryce Canyon National Park–three incredible bucket-list-parks–remain largely summer destinations. But when temperatures plummet, these otherwise busy parks are perfect for those who seek solitude and tranquility.

Emerald Bay and South Lake Tahoe. Photo © Christopher Arns.

Planning Your Time in Lake Tahoe

The San Francisco Bay Area is a top vacation destination for people from all over the world. So where do people who live there take their vacations? Sparkling blue Lake Tahoe and its surrounding mountains, lakes, ski resorts, hiking trails, hot springs, charming mountain towns, casinos, and varied wilderness areas say “vacation” to just about anyone.

The Village at Squaw Valley. Photo © Christopher Arns.

Winter Sports in Lake Tahoe

Winter sport enthusiasts will be happy to hear there’s plenty more to California than seashore and sun. Come winter, northwest Lake Tahoe is a wonderland of skiing, snowboarding, sledding, and playing in the snow. Here’s a look at the resorts and activities offered in the area.

A large snow sculpture of two violins.

Best Places to Build a Snowman

Whether inundated with snow eight months of the year or having never thrown a snowball, kids young and old will experience snow like never before at these amazing snow sculpting competitions.