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Author: Family Travel Forum Staff

Tags : Baby, Canada, Caribbean, Couples, Diet & Allergy Needs, Eco-Tourism, Europe, Kids, Kids Club, Multigen, Museums & Culture, Snowsports, South America, Spring Break, Teens, USA, Volunteer, Water & Themeparks

The Very Best Spring Break Vacation Ideas

We love signs that spring is on its way and with it – spring break -- one of the easiest and best value vacations families can plan. Tucked between the pricey winter holidays and the crowded summer high season, vacations between February and April are often easier on your budget, too.

Read on for our pick of the best spring break experiences, chosen with the experts at Taking the Kids and guaranteed to please, whatever your budget or appetite for adventure.

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Author: Kyle McCarthy

Tags : Christmas Holiday, Europe, Kids, Multigen, Snowsports, Spring Break, Winter Getaway

Snowsports In Lapland, Finland

Visit Rovaniemi, tour on snowmobiles, trek to Santa's Village, cruise on an icebreaker, and stay at a hotel made of ice, in Finland's Lapland.

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Author: Family Travel Forum Staff

Tags : Canada, Christmas Holiday, Couples, Disabled, Kids, Multigen, Snowsports, Spring Break, Teens, USA, Winter Getaway

This Year's Best Ski And Snow Family Vacations

Winter is a great time to introduce kids to the great outdoors, whether you're at one of North America's top snowsports resorts, visiting Yellowstone, or snowmobiling at a dude ranch. Not only is it healthier to get kids away from the screens that consume them an average of 7 hours per day, but it's also the season to find snow activities to do together, regardless of age or ability level, and enjoy a mug of hot chocolate. And in some years, the snow is so plentiful that there's enough to blanket your spring vacation too.

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Author: Family Travel Forum Staff

Tags : Big Island, California, Couples, Europe, Flee Market, Hawaii, Italy, Kids, Kids Club, LGBTQ, Mexico, Multigen, Museums & Culture, Snowsports, Spring Break, Teens, Tennessee, Tuscany, USA, Utah, Watersports

Spring Break Vacation Deals Busting Out All Over

From the cabin fever-struck New England to the blizzard-battered Midwest and the snow-blanketed slopes of Lake Tahoe, many families are looking to plan a Spring Break getaway. So, which destinations are hustling to attract families this spring, and how? We have some surprising answers.

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Author: Family Travel Forum Staff

Tags : Flee Market, Kids, Snowsports, Teens, USA, Utah

Grand Lodge Ski n'Stay Specials in Southern Utah

Looking for a spring getaway with great snow, lots of style and not too pricey? The Grand Lodge at Brian Head Ski Resort in southern Utah is welcoming guests through the end of their season with Winter Ski packages.
 

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Author: Mimi Slawoff

Tags : Adventure Trip, California, Kids, Multigen, North America, Snowsports, Spring Break, Teens, USA, Winter Getaway

Southern California Skiing Means Powder And Sun

As the warmth of winter and sun of spring beckon families, the local California ski resorts at Big Bear and Mammoth and smaller local resorts continue to up the family amenities.

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Author: Family Travel Forum Staff

Tags : Canada, Cheap Vacation, Couples, Family-Friendly Hotels, Multigen, Snowsports, Step & Single Parents, Teens, USA

Skiing On A Budget

Mountainside hostels, many private inns and Airbnbs invite families to enjoy snow sports in cheap, comfortable, spotless and private facilities at new style ski hostels.

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Author: Allison Hyman-Tibaldi

Tags : Cheap Vacation, Kids, North America, Snowsports, Teens, USA, Vermont, Weekend & Short Break

Skiing Vermont On A Tight Budget, No Snow

Whether there's snow or no snow, this family decides their Christmas ski vacation in Middlebury will be fun for all.
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Author: Family Travel Forum Staff

Tags : Canada, Cheap Vacation, Kids, North America, Snowsports, Teens, USA

Kids Free Learn To Ski Passes

Kids Free and Student Learn To Ski Passes provided to local schoolchildren by several states are a great value for family ski vacations and introduce residents to the winter recreation around them. We like to apply the expression “think globally, act locally” to teaching our kids snowsports –- let them dream of conquering the runs at Sochi, but start them off small at a local mountain. Why not try a new sport when you've got nothing to lose?

 

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Author: Edward McKeaney

Tags : Blogs, Kids, Multigen, Snowsports, Step & Single Parents, Teens, USA, Vermont, Winter Getaway

Learning to Ski and Loving It

As a novice skier, preparing for a ski trip to Vermont with my daughter was a bit intimidating. She’s a great sport but, at only 5-years-old, I knew that the process of renting/fitting gear, layering appropriately, and making this experience fun enough so that she’d want to accompany me regularly, was going to be tough. Yet, from the moment we arrived at Okemo Mountain Resort for the Media Weekend, I knew we were in for a treat.

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