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Aug 25, Founders Day = Free National Parks Admission

Posted on August 22, 2013 3:52PM by Jay Kinghorn

We feel quite fortunate in Utah to have five national parks-Arches, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef and Zion-in our beloved state. To celebrate the founding of the National Park system on ...
Author: Jay Kinghorn

Jay Kinghorn is the newest member of the Utah Office of Tourism team. He arrived in Utah first as a tourist, then as a transplant. His adventures big-wall climbing have largely been replaced with fatherly expeditions with his wife and two year old, though he still gets out mountain biking and trail running on a regular basis.

TOU Stage 6 Park City to Park City

Posted on August 3, 2013 1:36PM by Jay Kinghorn

Stage 6: Park City to Park City Last year, Park City’s three area ski resorts ranked in SKI Magazine's top 10 Resort Guide thanks to high praise from readers who are passionate ...
Author: Jay Kinghorn

Jay Kinghorn is the newest member of the Utah Office of Tourism team. He arrived in Utah first as a tourist, then as a transplant. His adventures big-wall climbing have largely been replaced with fatherly expeditions with his wife and two year old, though he still gets out mountain biking and trail running on a regular basis.

TOU Stage 5 Snow Basin to Snowbird

Posted on August 2, 2013 9:22PM by Jay Kinghorn

Stage 5 Snowbasin To Snowbird In America’s toughest stage race, this is the toughest stage. There is no doubt, however, that these elite cyclists are looking forward to the ...
Author: Jay Kinghorn

Jay Kinghorn is the newest member of the Utah Office of Tourism team. He arrived in Utah first as a tourist, then as a transplant. His adventures big-wall climbing have largely been replaced with fatherly expeditions with his wife and two year old, though he still gets out mountain biking and trail running on a regular basis.

TOU Stage 3 Richfield to Payson

Posted on August 1, 2013 8:44AM by Jay Kinghorn

Stage 3: Richfield to Payson   Today the Tour of Utah riders will spend much of the stage navigating up the fertile Sevier Valley in the “Heart of Utah.” The valley is known as ...
Author: Jay Kinghorn

Jay Kinghorn is the newest member of the Utah Office of Tourism team. He arrived in Utah first as a tourist, then as a transplant. His adventures big-wall climbing have largely been replaced with fatherly expeditions with his wife and two year old, though he still gets out mountain biking and trail running on a regular basis.

TOU Stage 1 Travel Highlights

Posted on July 29, 2013 1:02PM by Jay Kinghorn

Fully embracing Utah's "Life Elevated" slogan, Brian Head is the "Highest Resort Town in America" and showcases some of the world's most unique combinations of red rock vistas and ...
Author: Jay Kinghorn

Jay Kinghorn is the newest member of the Utah Office of Tourism team. He arrived in Utah first as a tourist, then as a transplant. His adventures big-wall climbing have largely been replaced with fatherly expeditions with his wife and two year old, though he still gets out mountain biking and trail running on a regular basis.

Life Elevating Stories: May 31 Edition

Posted on May 30, 2013 9:27PM by Jay Kinghorn

Friday Round Up: Life Elevating Stories, May 31 Edition Our office is all about life elevating experiences, people and stories. That's the beauty of travel, adventure and exploration--they take you ...
Author: Jay Kinghorn

Jay Kinghorn is the newest member of the Utah Office of Tourism team. He arrived in Utah first as a tourist, then as a transplant. His adventures big-wall climbing have largely been replaced with fatherly expeditions with his wife and two year old, though he still gets out mountain biking and trail running on a regular basis.

Moab's Underdog Ride: Amasa Back

Posted on May 10, 2013 9:30AM by Jay Kinghorn

When mountain bikers think of Moab, the first trails that come to mind are Slickrock and Porcupine Rim. For good reason. These trails are spectacular. Slickrock's unique sandstone playground is ...
Author: Jay Kinghorn

Jay Kinghorn is the newest member of the Utah Office of Tourism team. He arrived in Utah first as a tourist, then as a transplant. His adventures big-wall climbing have largely been replaced with fatherly expeditions with his wife and two year old, though he still gets out mountain biking and trail running on a regular basis.

The Stansbury Island Experience

Posted on May 7, 2013 6:41AM by Jay Kinghorn

The dry grasses rustled noisily around my ankles as the smell of salt, earth and desert mingled in the breeze. Below, the Great Salt Lake reflected hues of turquoise and deep blue as a lone pickup ...
Author: Jay Kinghorn

Jay Kinghorn is the newest member of the Utah Office of Tourism team. He arrived in Utah first as a tourist, then as a transplant. His adventures big-wall climbing have largely been replaced with fatherly expeditions with his wife and two year old, though he still gets out mountain biking and trail running on a regular basis.

Bouldering Bliss- Little Cottonwood Canyon

Posted on April 30, 2013 1:11PM by Jay Kinghorn

If you aren't a climber, you can be forgiven for thinking bouldering is a rather peculiar pastime. I suppose, even if you are a climber, bouldering is an eccentric branch of the sport's already ...
Author: Jay Kinghorn

Jay Kinghorn is the newest member of the Utah Office of Tourism team. He arrived in Utah first as a tourist, then as a transplant. His adventures big-wall climbing have largely been replaced with fatherly expeditions with his wife and two year old, though he still gets out mountain biking and trail running on a regular basis.

Destinations-Helper, Utah

Posted on April 30, 2013 11:00AM by Jay Kinghorn

A friend once remarked that the richness of one's travel experiences is inversely proportional to the speed at which one travels. Planes and interstates are great for getting somewhere quickly, but ...
Author: Jay Kinghorn

Jay Kinghorn is the newest member of the Utah Office of Tourism team. He arrived in Utah first as a tourist, then as a transplant. His adventures big-wall climbing have largely been replaced with fatherly expeditions with his wife and two year old, though he still gets out mountain biking and trail running on a regular basis.