San Diego Day Trip: Dana Point - www.lauraenroute.com

San Diego Day Trip: Dana Point

In the summer of 2018, I visited my friends, Courtni and Ryan, who were living outside of San Diego. Courtni is a traveling nurse. Her and her husband bought an RV not long before she was assigned to California. You can follow their travels at The.Traveling.Kind on Instagram. Since I stayed with them in their

Indian Lodge: A West Texas Getaway

Indian Lodge: A West Texas Getaway

There is a historic hotel hidden in the Davis Mountains out in West Texas. It’s the perfect play to stay for hikers, mountain bikers, nature lovers, and star enthusiasts who would rather stay in comfort than in a tent or cabin. The Indian Lodge is a West Texas getaway for anyone seeking some adventure or

Li'keke Falls - Hiking Oahu - www.lauraenroute.com

Hiking Oahu: Likeke Falls

O’ahu is a waterfall lover’s paradise. There are so many wonderful hikes that lead to stunning waterfalls it can be difficult to choose which ones to see. If you want to visit a lesser known waterfall with an easy hike, consider hiking Likeke Falls Trail. I visited Oahu with my family in May 2018 to

Hiking Mount Hood: Tamanawas Trail - www.lauraenroute.com

Hiking Mount Hood: Tamanawas Trail

One of the few trails open during spring time on Mount Hood, as snow still covers the majority of the park, is a beautiful tree-covered trail that leads to a tremendous waterfall. But this hike would be enjoyable anytime during Spring to Fall. On a warm day you may be tempted to swim in the

Grand Canyon North Rim - www.lauraenroute.com

Grand Canyon: Guide to the North Rim

Want to visit the Grand Canyon this summer? Planning a trip to this immense national treasure can be overwhelming as there are so many places to visit and its all spread out. Use this Guide to the North Rim to help decide which side of the Canyon you want to visit and to plan your

Mount Rainier, Washington - www.lauraenroute.com

Mount Rainier: Day Trip from Seattle

A trip to the Seattle area would not be complete without spending a day or two hiking on Mount Rainier. The National Park is within driving distance of Seattle and the mountain can be seen from many points inside the city, especially from the Space Needle on a clear day. If you love hiking or