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!