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The Utah Symphony Mighty 5® Tour at Bryce Canyon National Park

Posted on August 19, 2014 3:07PM by Red Oelerich

Red Oelerich, of Outdoor Utah, reports on the Utah Symphony Mighty 5® Tour stop at Bryce Canyon National Park, with lots of fun, food, and recreation.
Author: Red Oelerich

Red Oelerich has been involved in the Utah Tourism industry for over 25 years. In the early 1990s, Oelerich took over the publication Bicycle Utah and since that time and transformed it from a 24-page magazine promoting cycling to an 88-page publication promoting all aspects of warm-weather outdoor recreation in Utah. The magazine has since been renamed the Outdoor Utah Adventure Guide to reflect the diversity and opportunity of recreation possibilities and has grown from 30,000 in circulation at its inception to over 250,000 today.

The Utah Symphony Mighty 5® Tour Near Arches and Canyonlands National Parks

Posted on August 16, 2014 12:40PM by Red Oelerich

Red Oelerich, of Outdoor Utah, shares his experiences at the Utah Symphony Mighty 5 ®Tour concert near Arches and Canyonlands National Parks in Moab, including some great hikes at Devil's Garden.  
Author: Red Oelerich

Red Oelerich has been involved in the Utah Tourism industry for over 25 years. In the early 1990s, Oelerich took over the publication Bicycle Utah and since that time and transformed it from a 24-page magazine promoting cycling to an 88-page publication promoting all aspects of warm-weather outdoor recreation in Utah. The magazine has since been renamed the Outdoor Utah Adventure Guide to reflect the diversity and opportunity of recreation possibilities and has grown from 30,000 in circulation at its inception to over 250,000 today.

The Utah Symphony's Mighty 5® Tour at Capitol Reef National Park

Posted on August 15, 2014 10:11AM by Red Oelerich

Red Oelerich, of Outdoor Utah, tells us all about the Utah Symphony's Mighty 5® Tour first night performance, taking place in the gorgeous red rock setting of Capitol Reef National Park. Then read and see Red and friends hiking experiences in the park to Cassidy Bridge and beyond.

Author: Red Oelerich

Red Oelerich has been involved in the Utah Tourism industry for over 25 years. In the early 1990s, Oelerich took over the publication Bicycle Utah and since that time and transformed it from a 24-page magazine promoting cycling to an 88-page publication promoting all aspects of warm-weather outdoor recreation in Utah. The magazine has since been renamed the Outdoor Utah Adventure Guide to reflect the diversity and opportunity of recreation possibilities and has grown from 30,000 in circulation at its inception to over 250,000 today.

Weekend Highlights on the Road to Sochi

Posted on December 4, 2013 9:51AM by Andrew Dash Gillman

Bobsled. Skeleton. Luge. These are words that conjure up exciting memories from Utah's Olympic Legacy. Now, you can make some new memories on the Road to Sochi.
Author: Andrew Dash Gillman

Andrew Dash Gillman once had a moustache. He enjoys reading, writing, walking his dog, running, hiking, bicycle-riding, bouldering, camping in Utah, cooking and drinking a good cup of coffee, among other things. Andrew on Google+

Out and About on Thanksgiving

Posted on November 27, 2013 2:13PM by Andrew Dash Gillman

Turkey or no turkey, take advantage of a great weekend in Utah. With clement weather in the valleys and snow on the mountains, there's outdoor adventure or indoor culture for every taste.
Author: Andrew Dash Gillman

Andrew Dash Gillman once had a moustache. He enjoys reading, writing, walking his dog, running, hiking, bicycle-riding, bouldering, camping in Utah, cooking and drinking a good cup of coffee, among other things. Andrew on Google+

World Cup Speed Skating to Jump Start Your Winter

Posted on November 14, 2013 4:32PM by Andrew Dash Gillman

We are officially on the Road to Sochi and Utah is in the global spotlight. Several Olympic-caliber events are lined up for your family to enjoy.
Author: Andrew Dash Gillman

Andrew Dash Gillman once had a moustache. He enjoys reading, writing, walking his dog, running, hiking, bicycle-riding, bouldering, camping in Utah, cooking and drinking a good cup of coffee, among other things. Andrew on Google+

Spotlight on American West Heritage Center

Posted on October 23, 2013 1:22PM by Andrew Dash Gillman

Get out and discover a little Western heritage and Halloween fun in scenic Cache Valley.
Author: Andrew Dash Gillman

Andrew Dash Gillman once had a moustache. He enjoys reading, writing, walking his dog, running, hiking, bicycle-riding, bouldering, camping in Utah, cooking and drinking a good cup of coffee, among other things. Andrew on Google+

Spotlight on Thanksgiving Point

Posted on October 22, 2013 3:32PM by Andrew Dash Gillman

Autumn Spotlight

Thanksgiving Point is perfectly positioned at the "Point of the Mountain" to provide autumn and harvest season fun for the whole family.

Author: Andrew Dash Gillman

Andrew Dash Gillman once had a moustache. He enjoys reading, writing, walking his dog, running, hiking, bicycle-riding, bouldering, camping in Utah, cooking and drinking a good cup of coffee, among other things. Andrew on Google+

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.