The history of Utah is filled with female pioneers, politicians, professionals, and parents banding together to move the State and country in exciting and even historic ways. Today, you can find many such women on the ski lifts at Snowbird. They draw inspiration and strength from the mountain and one another to make great things happen and thoroughly enjoy themselves along the way.
Here’s what you can expect at one of Ogden’s most popular winter events, the Wasatch Yeti Bash. This event is free to attend and a big draw to the area celebrating Ogden’s role as a winter destination, art hub and overall fun place to be.
Past experience isn’t necessary. Neither is prime athletic ability. All you need to raft 44 miles on the Green River through the Gates of Lodore and Dinosaur National Monument is a willingness to go, listen, and truly see. From rafting and kayaking to hiking and wildlife-viewing, a river rafting trip in Utah will open your eyes to the beauty and irreplaceable importance of the world’s wild places.
Winter brings perfect hiking weather in Utah’s Dixie, a fantastic landscape of mountains, cliffs and canyons in the state’s southwestern corner. With sunny skies, little rain and snow, and daily temperatures in the 60s, the area around St. George offers ideal winter conditions to explore trails that follow twisting canyons, scramble over sandstone domes and climb to breathtaking overlooks. During winter hikes, you’ll not only benefit from excellent weather, but you’ll also find plenty of parking at trailheads. Plus, you’ll find that the trails aren’t crowded, there are plenty of hotel accommodations from throughout the region and the days end with spectacular sunsets.
Southern Utah is known as a summer paradise, but the winters are also fantastic. When cool temperatures roll in, the crowds roll out, and visitors can find solitude while hiking trails and relaxing at overlooks to enjoy stunning sunsets.
A mother and her three kids return to Dinosaur National Monument for a multi-day rafting trip down the Green River with a local guide. Their previous trip, two years earlier, was a day trip to the fossil quarry. While the first visit was a unique experience, the multi-day trip gives them a greater appreciation for the park and its history.
Every winter, magazines and social media show skiers slicing through billowy, chest-deep snow. They’re probably in Utah, where favorable terrain and easy access to over a dozen resorts make it possible for locals and guests to find their own powder paradise regardless of time or budget. Even better, you don’t have to be an expert to enjoy The Greatest Snow on Earth®. Just go! Here’s how...
Follow this winter guide through the dune fields and deep canyons of Dixie's parklands and natural wonders in Southeastern Utah.
The snow nestles on desert towers and lingers in the shadows of the canyon walls, a constant reminder of winter. Yet mild daytime temperatures and sunny skies provide a welcome respite from frigid conditions. If winter in southeastern Utah sounds like heaven to you, let the following itinerary inspire you to map out your own weeklong trip through the desert.
Put on your hiking, biking or climbing shoes. We’re walking you through some of the best places to adventure on your trip through Logan Canyon.