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.
Once seen as “unadoptable,” these rescued pups have proven themselves unstoppable.
The more you know about Park City, the more tempted you'll be to call the valley home (or a home away from home). It's not unheard-of.
Camp Floyd State Park offers more than history to those who stick around after dark. With intense dark skies blanketing the atmosphere, stargazers of all ages gather to interact with the galaxy above.
Follow a historian on a tour of the Transcontinental Railroad Backcountry Byway as he reconstructs forgotten history.
Follow the steps of two photographers as they uncover a different side of the desert — a paradise of small inhabitants, wide-angle portrait phenomena and celestial sunsets and star-shows.
If your trip plans to North Lake Powell only include going pseudo-yacht on a houseboat and riding jet skis, you're missing out. In this little pocket of the world, you can do things that you can’t do almost anywhere else.
Spring City is one of only two sites in the United States where the entire town is on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. It's Heritage Day, and the locals have gathered to celebrate their town's art, Scandinavian heritage and craze for historic preservation.
When canyoneering through the Robbers Roost area, the power of nature is on full display in its slot canyons, landscapes and lingering traces of ancient inhabitants.
Cowboys and dinosaurs don’t always come to mind in tandem. At Dinosaur National Monument in northeastern Utah, however, they do share one thing: an incredible landscape as a backdrop. This landscape, as well as some wild history, make Dinosaur a must-visit part of the state.