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.
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.
Read expect advice on when and where in Lake Powell to get the prized fish you're chasing.
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.
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.
Ready to experience the life and culture of Utah's capital city? Salt Lake City's glistening new look reveals a town teeming with arts, nightlife and attitude that will leave you longing for just one extra play day — if not two.
An act of celebration and relaxation, one simply must make time for apres-ski with your carving compadres after the lifts have closed.
This might be where you’ll find some of the driest, fluffiest powder in the states, but The Greatest Snow on Earth or not, some days are just made for the park.
We've assembled some of Utah's best resorts for families, tips for starting ski school, and a few ideas for keeping things fun both on the slope and off
When it comes to your first ski school lesson, Andy Baker, a 24-year full-time ski instructor at Alta’s Alf Engen Ski School and PSIA Level III Certified Instructor, has some tips for you — whether you’ve dabbled in the sport or are a newbie.