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Kid Everest

Who says you can't take your children mountaineering? The trick is to choose the right summit—then watch as they amaze themselves by scaling it. These five peaks, in order from easiest to...

Total Immersion

One family's 18-month (and counting) Hawaiian Hiatus

Hawaii

Where to play, eat, and stay in the Hawaiian Islands

Kauai

Where to play, eat, and stay in the Hawaiian Islands

Oahu

Where to play, eat, and stay in the Hawaiian Islands

Maui

Where to play, eat, and stay in the Hawaiian Islands

Where the Wild Things Go

Sea-Kayak: The rock-and-glide of open-water kayaking meets THE SWEET SOLITUDE OF UNTRAMMELED SHORELINE. We found your paddling paradise in Florida—plus perfect water in Alaska and Maine.

Where the Wild Things Go

Fly In: It's simple. A ONE-HOUR FLIGHT EQUALS A DAY BY CAR, A WEEK BY BIKE, OR A MONTH ON FOOT. Sure makes an airtight case for the air-assisted outing.

Where the Wild Things Go

Climb: LOOK UP: You've got your work cut out for you. Now LOOK AROUND YOU: You're in the perfect camp for the vertically inclined.