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Traveling with Dogs: The Mighty 5

At all of The Mighty 5® national parks, activities with pets are extremely limited, and every time your dog is out of your vehicle, it must be restrained in a crate, cage, or on a leash (of no more than 6 feet). Learn why and where at each park pets are permitted.

Ogden: A Whole Other Utah

Powder Magazine has ranked Ogden as the #1 Ski Town in the U.S. It's just 40 minutes from Salt Lake City International Airport and slopes are just a few minutes from town, with Snowbasin, Nordic Valley, and Powder Mountain each just a few miles away.

Park City Area: 1 Destination, 2 Resorts

Park City is a mountain oasis just 40 minutes from SLC International. With the mammoth Park City Resort and famed Deer Valley just minutes apart, you'll find a playground of over 9,300 skiable acres.

Finding Solitude on the Provo River

Whether you love fishing the Provo or are looking to experience this world-class fishery for the first time, here are the best ways to find solitude and productive fishing on Utah’s most popular river.

5 Expert Tips to Prepare for Your Utah National Parks Adventure

Headed off to one of Utah’s National Parks for vacation? Maybe you have the whole The Mighty Five in your sights? Here's some expert advice on how to prepare.

Planning Ahead for Your Utah Adventure

Whether you’re planning a one-day hike in Utah or longer camping or road trip, the common rule is that it’s best to be prepared. Here are a few tips to consider before your trip.

Skiing Served Warm

What makes spring skiing in Utah unique? Thanks to unique geography, Utah typically finishes the season strong, which means fresh powder and fewer layers throughout March and April — and into May.

Angling Secrets: How and Where to Catch Fish on Lake Powell

Read expect advice on when and where in Lake Powell to get the prized fish you're chasing.

11 Classy Ski Experiences That are Uniquely Utah

We say Utah is a unique ski vacation. From sheer proximity and the biggest mountains to a ski-in distillery and a celebrity-owned resort, these are the reasons to ski Utah now.

Tips to Pack for a Southern Utah Winter Trip

Come winter, it can get a little chilly in parts of Southern Utah. With a little extra planning, good layers, and the right equipment, however, you can enjoy Utah's national parks in the solitude of winter.

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