Don’t forget grandma!
Multigenerational travel is one of the hottest trends in travel. I’ve noticed on my road trips and tours in recent years that more families, including grandparents are traveling together. Many of these families are engaging in more adventurous activities together and spending time in the parks and recreation areas. I realized that I’m part of this growing trend. Susan and I often take our kids and grandchildren hiking in the parks, which is our favorite way of spending time together. To help encourage this kind of family time together we have given annual park passes to our kids as a family gift.
I specialize in soft adventure travel, which is adventure without extreme risk. This is adventure that’s ideal for families with various age ranges and physical capabilities. My favorite tours are with families. I’ve met many amazing families over the years and have witnessed how outdoor activities will get kids off their phones and engaged. I once had a 78 year old grandmother rappelling with her grandkids, the youngest being only nine.