Consider trip stacking in 2023

Pipestone Falls cascades down into Basswood Lake in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. (Dreamstime/TNS)

The pandemic-era popularized the idea of “trip stacking,” a concept that encourages crafting a backup to your primary travel plan. Busy families often face shifting school and sports schedules, unexpected sniffles or fluctuating professional demands that get in the way of executing vacation plans. So, creating an alternate, yet appealing, itinerary might make sense for your family.

Here are five ideas to consider.

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