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Ready for four days and 140 miles of unsupported backcountry adventure by mountain bike in southwestern Utah. Navigating both the Markagunt and Paunsaugunt plateaus, the route's literal high point started near Brian Head on Sidney Peaks Trail at a dizzying 11,000 feet elevation. Follow the incredible story, watch the video, then learn how to plan for your own bikepacking adventure.

Music is deeply entrenched in Utah's cultural lifestyle. For example, read about Utah's capital, Salt Lake City, and you'll soon discover it's one of a handful of cities its size that is home to a professional ballet, symphony and opera, alongside multiple theater companies, dance companies, America's choir and so much more. Music is as much a part of Utah's landscape as our iconic mountains and arches. Discover some of Utah's music festivals here.

Play Utah at 15 mph: A Family Bicycle Tour of the Southwest

Utah at 15 mph: A Family Bicycle Tour of the Southwest

Play The River: A Father and Son Fishing on the Green

The River: A Father and Son Fishing on the Green

A father passes the fly fishing torch in this iconic image of paternal bonding. This short film follows the quiet pursuit of connection, patience, and catching a trophy in one of Utah's Blue Ribbon fisheries on the A and B sections of the Green River near Flaming Gorge, Utah.

Reef Walking, Petroglyphs and Bones

Explore the ruggedly beautiful, prehistoric landscapes of Central Utah.

Play The Road to Mighty

The Road to Mighty

Home on the Range & Basin

A scenic drive through Utah's Western province

Play Knobby Tired Nomads: Bikepacking the Utah High Country

Knobby Tired Nomads: Bikepacking the Utah High Country

Four days and 140 miles of unsupported backcountry adventure by mountain bike in Southwestern Utah.

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Our crew of eight mountain bikers were headed out on Canyonlands’ 100-mile White Rim Trail for three days and two nights. The only provisions available in the Island in the Sky backcountry are what you pack yourself. Here’s everything you need to know to plan your own trip.

When road crews built I-70 through Central Utah, they uncovered one of the largest-known Fremont culture villages to date. Today, a well-curated museum showcases the incredible discover and hiking trails explore the petroglyphs and pictographs on the rock walls of this scenic canyon. Meanwhile, a tucked-away campground offers tranquil nights beneath pristine dark skies.

Welcome to North Fork Park, one of Utah’s multiple International Dark Sky Parks, just minutes from downtown Ogden. While it is best known for its stunning scenery where hikers and Nordic skiers can meander the trails swirling through the mountainous Ogden Valley, its biggest attraction lies in the voluminous sky directly above.

Ogden has always felt like a city apart from the rest of Utah. "Still Untamed” is its new motto reinforcing the independence and diversity established by railroad lines intersecting downtown during the 19th century. Follow author Paula Colman as she gets to know Ogden’s accessible and affordable urban-to-adventure lifestyle, easily combining the metropolitan cityscape with renowned dark skies.