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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


by RootsRated | May 11, 2016

The word is out. People come to Flaming Gorge from around the globe to fish for record-breaking trout and kokanee salmon. When they arrive diverse and colorful landscapes greet them. Read More


by RootsRated | May 11, 2016

Bright colors and extreme contrasts of textures define southwestern Utah. These six adventurous panoramas near Kanab, Utah, draw in those with an artistic eye. Read More


by Ray Grass | Feb 25, 2016

Nowhere else in the country, and some suggest the world, however, do individuals have the choices and proximity to ski and golf the same day as they have here in Utah. Read More


by Visit Utah | Feb 25, 2016

What makes spring skiing in Utah unique? Thanks to unique geography, Utah typically finishes the season strong, which means fresh powder and fewer layers throughout March and April. Read More


by Tour of Utah | Feb 8, 2016

Utilizing some of the same roads that the world’s top professional cyclists have raced on during the Tour of Utah, this scenic and challenging route climbs more than 4,000 feet (on the longer option) to earn a 4,000-foot descent. Read More


by Tour of Utah | Feb 3, 2016

The pros in the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah ride the entire 130 mile route from Panguitch to Torrey, but we’ve selected this breathtaking slice of the route as one of our favorite rides for the well-conditioned weekend warrior. Read More


by RootsRated | Jan 22, 2016

The walls of the Parowan Gap are steep jumbles of weathered and fractured Navajo sandstone. There are an impressive number of panels covered in petroglyphs. Some people believe that the Gap was considered a special place at certain times. Read More


by RootsRated | Jan 20, 2016

Torrey, Utah, is a tiny town that spans a few blocks along State route 24. Thanks to it’s location eight miles from Capitol Reef National Park, this remote enclave is a welcoming place to stop for a great meal, treat or coffee. Read More


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