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Much of Southern Utah is a collision of geologic formations that are individually associated with popular Arches and Zion national parks. Capitol Reef is a capsule of them all. As you stare across the ledge, you realize that some of the best scenery is only accessible by dropping in, 20, 50, sometimes 100 feet or more. Follow Utah blogger Paula Colman on she walks off the ledge into Capitol Reef ...
Millions of people visit Temple Square to admire its majestic architecture and colorful gardens. While visitors may not enter the Temple, the grounds and buildings are dynamic works of art, manifesting creativity in the placement of every brick, the carving of every statue, and the planting of every flower. Top attractions include Mormon Tabernacle Choir performances and the Family History Library.
There are many ways to see and explore Utah. Our favorite? Under our own power, and from the saddle of a road bike. To help get you started, here are 10 short descriptions of great routes throughout Utah.
Bicycling into Utah’s back-of-beyond is a great way to see the state, but it requires a different planning approach than a car-based trip. Here are some tips for an enjoyable, safe, fulfilling ride.
City planner and author Tim Sullivan takes his young family adventure cycling on Utah's newly designated United States Bicycle Route System, including stretches through the west desert and the All-American Road Scenic Byway 12. Read the story, watch the video, the start planning your next trip — on two wheels — through some of Utah's best landscapes.
Deer Valley Artisan Cheese begins with fresh local milk for optimum flavor. Drums of fresh, raw cow’s milk from Heber Valley Cheese, located in nearby Midway, Utah, come in daily, along with goat’s and sheep’s milks from the Salt Lake and Sanpete valleys. From there, resident cheesemaker Corine Coniglio nurtures nine artisan cheeses slopeside, which means she can get a few ski runs in the morning then get right to work.