5 Black-Owned Restaurants to Support in Utah
Local favorites such as 11Hauz, Joe’s Cafe and Sauce Boss deliver multicultural flavors while also community gathering spots.
A Journey Through Utah’s Contemporary Artscapes
Consider visual art attractions as you’re planning your Beehive State travel itinerary.
A Table for All: Feeding Utah's Culture
Utah — a naturally beautiful nook — is known for its glorious landscape. But it also supports a surprisingly vibrant food culture, beautifully infused by immigrants and recent transplants.
A Wild Bunch of Apples
A new cidery, established in the historic orchard lands of Central Utah, draws upon the paradoxical story of its namesake’s outlaw life running around with Butch Cassidy’s Wild Bunch.
An Insider's Guide to Hiking in the Tushars
One of Utah’s best-kept hiking secrets, the Tushar Mountains deliver sun-dappled trails, wildflower-sprinkled meadows, shaggy mountain goats and forever views from rocky summits. Check out these six choice Tushar trails and make plans to discover Utah’s third-highest mountain range.
Art Keeps the Native American Culture Alive
Utah artist Al Groves launches a new art collective as he works to keep indigenous traditions alive.
Chasing Waterfalls in Utah Valley
Waterfalls are one of nature’s most spectacular shows, and Utah Valley offers more viewable waterfalls than any other Utah area. Even more enticing? They’re a quick road trip and easy hike away from the Wasatch Front. Check out the 8 best waterfalls in Utah Valley and prepare to be amazed.
Craft Chocolate Capital of America: Utah's Culture of Cacao
The craft chocolate scene in Utah is a wonder within itself. Join one of Matt Caputo’s chocolate classes to increase your appreciation and chocolate knowledge.
Gravity and Water: Mark Making in a Winter’s Desert with Anne Kaferle
Finding Helper at a time when she “needed it the most,” landscape artist Anne Kaferle has put down roots in Utah, thanks to plein-air painting and the healing power of time alone in the landscape.
Llama Trekking Through Canyon Country
Reconnect with yourself, history and Utah's landscape on a guided llama trek through canyon country.
Seeking Starry Skies Near Salt Lake City
You don’t have to go far from the city to find dark skies filled with stars in Utah. Find out where you can see the Milky Way near the city or gaze into space from an observatory in Northern Utah.
The Fly Girls of Park City
Kick off your ski trip by visiting Utah Olympic Park and reliving the fight for gender equality in the Olympic Winter Games with Park City’s very own women changemakers.
You Are Where You Eat: Salt Lake Latino’s Perfected Flavors
Here is a guide for a day — or weekend — packed with some of the Salt Lake City's best Latino cuisine, brought to you by the hands who have cared and perfected their flavors for centuries.
You're Inspired to Go Off the Beaten Path. Now What?
Here’s how to navigate Utah's backcountry safely.
"Every gateway to the West should be guarded by a sign, preferably painted in peeling letters on a weathered board, that reads: “You have to get over the color green; you have to quit associating beauty with gardens and lawns; you have to get used to an inhuman scale."
– Wallace Stegner, “Thoughts in a Dry Land"