If you haven’t been to Yosemite yet, add it to your wish list. Yosemite is hands down one of the most beautiful places in the USA! And if you haven’t been there in the winter, think about adding it to your seasonal list. Yosemite in winter, in the snow, is stunning. Not only is it beautiful, but there are no crowds!!! Here are a few pics to inspire you from a trip we took with big D when he was just 9 months old.
If you have been following me for a while, you know we love to hike as a family; but sometimes it can be really hard to find family appropriate hikes. It needs to be just the right length and difficulty. Our current criteria are: 5 miles or under, almost any difficulty. We can do any difficulty, but if there is too much vertical gain, then we need to shave some of the mileage off to make it more doable with minimal amount of complaining. So under 5 miles, shouldn’t be that hard, right? Wrong. Tahoe is a beautiful place to hike, but it is difficult to find good kid friendly hikes. A lot of the lists we find have hikes that don’t give you very good views, aren’t that interesting, or are all in South Lake. Here is our top 10 list of hikes in North Lake Tahoe with (young) kids. If you have any additional suggestions, please add them in the comments section, we are always looking for new ones. (Difficulty rating: 1 ★ = easiest, 5 ★ = hardest)