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by Sonya Doctorian and Andrew Dash Gillman | Jul 14, 2016

Rich in history, the ceremonial baskets are imaginative and tightly woven — and very labor intensive. Read more to get to know a few of the basketmakers. Read More

by RootsRated | Jul 5, 2016

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by RootsRated | Jun 7, 2016

Whether you come for the water sports, the fishing, or the elbow room, boating on Flaming Gorge offers everyone a chance to unwind and experience the same magical light, color, and country that John Wesley Powell’s Expedition found nearly a… Read More

by Andrew Dash Gillman | Jun 7, 2016

It's time to discover Vernal, Utah, a growing adventure outpost in eastern Utah where dinosaurs, ancient rock art, scenic drives, cool reservoirs and world-class fly-fishing come together. Read More

by RootsRated | Jun 3, 2016

Summer or winter, outdoors or in, Salt Lake has a myriad activities right at its fingertips to keep everyone from the hiker in your family to the history buff or water lover entertained. Read More

by Jill Robinson | May 23, 2016

Headed off to one of Utah’s National Parks for vacation? Maybe you have the whole The Mighty Five in your sights? Here's some expert advice on how to prepare. Read More

by Jill Robinson | May 23, 2016

Here are some tips to help increase your chances of a successful hike when exploring Utah with the kids — and ideas to help ensure they'll want to do it again! Read More

by Jill Robinson | May 23, 2016

Whether you’re planning a one-day hike in Utah or longer camping or road trip, the common rule is that it’s best to be prepared. Here are a few tips to consider before your trip. Read More

by RootsRated | May 23, 2016

Explore scenic lakes and streams right off the Mirror Lake Scenic Byway. Looking for solitude? Casting a fly in the secluded alpine setting of the Uinta Mountains is the quintessential wilderness fishing experience. Read More

by Andrew Dash Gillman | May 23, 2016

Explore Red Fleet State Park's cleverly built trail that crosses sandy washes, ribs of exposed stone and familiar slickrock. Though hundreds of miles from its kin in Southern Utah, the Dinosaur Trackway is very much in the same family of tr… Read More

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