News for the Week

Welcome to this edition of News for the Week—a look at boomer travel ideas, news and deals.

Orange sandstone rock formations bordered by yellow-gold wildflowers.

On a fall hiking adventures, wildflowers provide the color on a walk along Park Avenue in Arches National Park. Discover more of our favorite fall hikes in national parks. They might surprise you.

From Donna:

All that big talk I did last week about exploring more of the Oregon coast was just that—big talk. Things are crazy busy at My Itchy Travel Feet (can’t wait to tell you more), so a few beautiful beach walks was the best that Alan and I could do.

Burled tree skeleton near red rocks with a distant view of a valley in Canyonlands National Park.

Fall is a beautiful time to visit and photography Canyonlands National Park.

If you’re planning a fall trip to the national parks in Moab, Utah, read my suggestions for a Canyonlands National Park self-guided photography tour, first. Great tips for anyone visiting this beautiful park.

Have you visited the Steens Mountain area of southeastern Oregon? We’ll be headed there soon and I’d love all the tips I can get for visiting this off-the-beaten-path spot that those-in-the-know rave about. Share your tips here.

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From Nicole:

Have we inspired you to get moving this month? From hiking adventures in the USA to some incredible European hikes, you should be able to find something that gets your heart pumping.

Personally, I like my hiking a bit on the relaxing side. As long as I’m surrounded by greenery and preferably, a creek or river, I’m happy.

Over the last few years,  I’ve been going to a place called Cercedilla, in the Sierra de Guadarrama. It’s a vast area with clearly marked trails for any level of hiker. Even better, it has a little “chiringuito” that serves up a nice glass of Rioja when you’re finished with your hike! If you’re ever around Madrid and looking to stretch your legs, check it out!

This Week’s Articles

Have you ever been glamping? Well, it’s definitely all the rage these days, especially for those who want to get close to nature, but are not looking to really rough it. This week’s article by My Itchy Travel Feet featured writer, Debi Lander, takes us to two very different glamping locations in the US. Check it out: Glamping Tips for Baby Boomers.

Updated this week:

For those of you traveling on Caribbean cruises that stop in Key West, Florida, Donna has updated her popular tips on how to spend one day in Key West. These are perfect for a do-it-yourself cruise excursion in Key West.

Travel Deals for Boomers

We’re on the hunt for the best travel deals for boomers. Look what we found for this week:

Are you looking to save money on upcoming travels? Send us an email. We’ll check our resources for you.

More Travel News for Boomers

Looking for the best times to fly? Visit Kayak’s travel hacker guide: – The Best Times to Fly

Headed to Europe this fall? Well, make sure you check out some of these incredible hiking routes in Europe. From newbies just setting out to experienced hikers, there’s something for everyone on this list!

In the mood for a colorful fall drive? Jetsetter shares 11 fall drives that you should take.

That’s all for now but we really want to hear from you. If you have a question about travel or suggestions for our next boomer road trip eguide, please send an email through our contact page.

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